The summer festival is finally here because Yohane had an excellent team-building exercise with her friends during their girls’ night out. Can Yohane and her friends pull off a musical performance together?
Before the festival started, Yohane noticed how many marks on her staff. Although Lailaps said it wasn’t the case when Yohane was younger, she is excited about the festival. It shows how much she changed since coming back to her hometown.
As for the festival, seeing what the girls do is not surprising. Also, it’s nice to see Riko and Mari work together. Riko’s family dog, Shiitake, also appears with that walrus mascot.
Either way, seeing the girls do their own activities for the festival is nice. At some point, Yohane wanted to do fortune-telling. Still, she becomes everyone around the lady as she covers for a Takoyaki stand. Obviously, Yohane is not having a fun time. She thought Riko and Mari would help her, but they ditched Yohane to deal with their customers. So much for friendship. Thankfully, three children helped her despite Yohane getting frustrated and wanting to ditch this duty, but Lailaps wouldn’t let her escape.
Eventually, Yohane got her own time to enjoy the festivities when Hanamaru came over. Yep, Yohane had a lot of fun besides You crashing into her trying to save a child’s balloon. While this is funny, I feel bad for Yohane since it looks painful. Also, seeing Dia sneak in a mochi and eat it is weird. Of course, at some point, Yohane was having a candy apple. Lailaps wonders if Yohane is nervous or not. Yohane comes to a realization that her staff completely disappeared. The girls helped out, but they haven’t had much luck.
Yohane eventually backtracks and realizes it might be the pony float that has it. They looked everywhere but didn’t have much luck, except catching the attention of everyone. Since the performance is coming up, Lailaps suggests singing without it, and Yohane insists she needs the staff as she gets upset at her.
The funny thing is when a butterfly lands on Lailaps, it freaks her out as she jumps. The funny thing is that Lailaps is the one that discovered that the staff was in the hawk’s beak. Yohane probably accidentally left it leaning on one of the horses. The horses thought it was a toy and fought over it. When Yohane shot the cork riffle, it startled them, and they hurled it at the hawk statue, where it got stuck. Good for Lailaps to save the day.
As for the performance itself, it really feels like a Love Live idol performance. Especially coming down with the outfits and the song itself. The only difference is that Yohane is the center, and Mari has horns. Of course, Ruby performed in her human form, so it can be seen as an Aqour’s performance, except with Yohane as the center of the system instead of Chika.
With the Summer Festival performance a success, I wonder what the next episode’s title implies. Lailaps goes missing. Oh no, what will Yohane do? I wonder why?
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