It seems that Sorawo became a bit scared over seeing a strange man telling to forget about a girl and go home. If they return, they become stuck in the Urasekai. This causes her to become worried about Toriko. Of course, this led to a reaction that Sorawo didn’t expect.
Now that Rin has three days to kill, she tries to figure out what she is going to do for the next few days. Of course, Nadeshiko calls Rin invites to stay at her grandmother’s house. Yes, it’s an offer she can’t refuse.
As expected, it seems that Sorawo may be falling for Toriko as she drags her deeper into the Urasekai for some supplies.
As Rin sets off to her trip to Iwata for the New Year, she visits some spots. Also, at home, Aki, Aoi, Aoi’s little sister, and their club advisor, Minami does some new year festivities. This is while Nadeshiko delivers New Year’s cards.
After Toriko and Sorawo barely made it out a live after defeat, things are never normal again as in their appearences.
Back in 2018, I kind of forgot about this show despite being a Manga Time Kirara title since I had too much to watch. Yes, it’s Yuru Camp, which is a slice of life story that focuses on cute girls going camping outdoors. As expected, this might be one of the most enjoyable iyashikei shows, especially given what is happening now.
After Rin camped with the Outdoor Activities Club and Ena during the Christmas holidays, she decides to go solo camping during the New Year’s Holiday. Also, we learn about how Rin got into camping.
While I am late on the winter season preview, no problem. The show must go on as we focus on one of the anticipated for this season. That is Urasekai Picnic.
Now that the year is about to end, it’s time to share some of the titles I really enjoyed this year. Given that not too many shows aired this year thanks to the pandemic, I will only focus on 7. Also, I will reflect on this year of blogging.
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