You might be wondering, how did Touko’s outing with her grandfather turned out. Touko decides to tell Himeno how it went after inviting her to talk with her.
Moe (萌え) is a Japanese slang that refers to strong affection towards characters that are usually female.
While Touko didn’t hear that her grandfather came by to see her exhibit, a certain someone might provide a hint to her.
The cultural festival is finally here. You might be wondering, how well did Touko’s piece turn out? We’ll find out soon.
Now that Himeno accepted Jimena’s request to solve the mystery of the mysterious tool. I wonder, what is the tool she is looking for.
One night, Touko is feeling a bit down. I wonder what is the thing that causing her to feel sad.
It’s fall and on the way home, Mika talks to a flowerpot statue shaped like a god. Since it’s talking, it’s obvious that we are getting a backstory.
Since Halloween is coming, I decided that it’s probably a great time to review Gakkou Gurashi. Despite being a Manga Time Kirara title and a schoolgirl series, it’s not your typical one. Sure, the first episode seems deceiving, but it throws a zombie apocalypse into the mix.
While there is also a live action movie, which I will review later, I wonder how the anime turns out.
Himeno, Naoko, and Mika decides to look around town, they run into a certain tourist.
Nao seems to have a fight with her mother. She decides to stay over at Himeno’s place for one night. Of course, they had a nostalgia trip.
While Himeno didn’t win an award, she moves on as Fall arrives. Of course, one of Touko’s rivals decides to issue a challenge.