Many years ago, Nanaka had a violin instructor by the name Sakuraba Kaoru who was a good friend of her parents since high school. He was very close to Nanaka and her family. Not long after, Sakuraba gotten sick and urged Nanaka to get a new violin instructor. Yet she refused, willing to wait for him until he recovered and is out of the hospital.
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Merry Christmas everyone! I did a little Christmas affair with my friends and it was awesome. Anyways thanks for cheers guys!
Sana and Aoi walked to school now that Shuusuke and Shuri are now gone. Then Sana heard of Shuri’s voice greeting him that morning but when he turned around, it turned out to be Nanaka. In the school, rumours began to go about the twins are eloping though Sana, Nanaka and Aoi were feeling down ever since the twins ran away.
Gossip talks Continue reading ‘Myself; Yourself (Episode 12)’
Christmas is soon to come. Sadly there is no festivity mood around, especially being away from family. What’s worse is that people here does seem to be celebrating as well. I guess another blue Christmas for me this time.
In the aftermath of the murderous attempt by Grandma Kajii, Sana paid Asami a visit in the hospital where she is recovering well, bringing her a novel book and a bouquet of flowers. Asami then talked of how ironic of her visiting the hospital at first but ended up being hospitalized instead.
This hospital visit is the start of the most dramatic conclusion of the story. Continue reading ‘Myself; Yourself (Episode 11)’
While it’s all quiet in the Wakatsuki residence, their stepmother Saiko went out for a drink with another guy (probably his secret) as she complained about the twins and later went to a love hotel together. The next day, Shuri and Shuusuke went to visit their mother’s grave. As they were about to leave, she held his hands but immediately he pulled away, saying that they are no longer kids. She admits to it, pointing out that it reminds her the feelings they had with their mother before.
Slut. Whore. Bitch. You name it. Continue reading ‘Myself; Yourself (Episode 10)’
Picking from what had happened from the previous episode, Nanaka tried to put her thoughts into words for Sana but when she got the chance to meet him, she couldn’t mouth a thing. I couldn’t help myself but to laugh at her vain attempt to simulate her conservation that never did happen anyway. Then later during their lunch break, Aoi invited her friends including Hinako to the theme park, courtesy of her father’s colleagues. Since it has been the longest time they went there together, they decided to join along.
This face is read as -_- Continue reading ‘Myself; Yourself (Episode 9)’
More secrets are out this episode. This is considered a huge leap in story development. For this episode, Nanaka’s past memory came to Sana’s knowledge finally though this has been known by the rest of his friends. The big problem for me is Nanaka’s constant jealousy whenever she sees Sana with another girl. Why can’t she just confess her true feeling already and none of these won’t need to happen in the first place? Besides I’m sure Sana feels the same way towards Nanaka. Not that I’m suggesting the writers to do something about it, her jealousy does bring some drama to the story but I can only see Nanaka’s actions as immature towards Sana. Right, I really pity Sana for this one. But rather I feel more interested about Nanaka’s past, wondering if it was a vicious one. I believe this is the point of the whole plot when things really spicing up. Now this is worth to look into.
Nanaka’s giving Sana the cold shoulder again. She must have be an ice queen.
Shuri finally returned to school after being absent for a day, feeling rather more zesty than usual. However Nanaka began to ignore Sana, again. Continue reading ‘Myself; Yourself (Episode 8)’
The story is going for a strong lead now. Further character developments are noted, which consistent throughout the progress of the story. However I do notice the animation had notched down a little this time around. Well can’t blame the animators. It is pretty common in most animes. It’s not like I am expecting much from anime titles of this season. This brings me to my biggest concern. My class will resume starting next week, so I’ll be back to campus pretty soon. The big pinch here is that I won’t be able to get my routine circulation of anime in school due to restrictions in internet policy at my campus. Hopefully I can find a way to get through this, otherwise this blog will face a long haul hiatus. Period. Putting my concerns away and back to the story, secrets are slowly coming out in this episode and eventually all the big secrets will due to come – Nanaka’s unknown past and Sana’s dark secret. And no, Sana’s porn stash are no longer a secret. I noticed how people begin to compare Myself; Yourself to School Days. Obviously fans are reek of blood in anime but I doubt the writers would imitate School Days. Enough with the violence already. Not that I am offended with graphical violence but I also resent senseless torture (p/s: I had recently watched a video of a beheading, which I will not disclose and I can only say I was very disturbed by that video). Judging solely from the OP, somehow they might form a band together just like NANA. We’ll have to wait to see if that should happen.
“Now remember, too much sugar can onset diabetes.”
After doing a favor for the homeroom teacher Yuzuki, she rewarded both of them with caramel candies and this recalled Sana’s past memory of a similar scene though it was quite a blur. Continue reading ‘Myself; Yourself (Episode 7)’
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I still have a lot to catch up with but I’ll be taking the one at a time. So another review for Myself; Yourself before I get back to Kimikiss pure rouge. So for this episode of Myself; Yourself, we get another Hinako feature episode and this is just after her debut on episode 4. What I initially thought is that Hinako would only serve as a filler for the story rather than undertaking main roles to the story. I can’t see how she is related to them but for now, I can’t simply ignore her existence. This episode did not pick up from what was left from episode 5, so we can only guess what had really happened to Nanaka in the past and sure enough, we won’t be getting the answer anytime soon. In regards to Hinako, episode 4 (her debut appearance) was entitled “I’m Not a Child” and episode 6 this time is entitled “I’m an Adult”. We do know that Hinako is desperate for other people to acknowledge her as an adult but having these two titles sounded very similar, are we getting a similar story here? I hope not. So what’s next for Hinako? I’m a Grown-up?
Hinako is home alone again. I can’t help to feel sorry for her.
Hinako walks into a lavish apartment building, which probably figures that she is from a wealthy family. She made her way to her empty apartment and found a note from her mother that she won’t be home until tomorrow night. Continue reading ‘Myself; Yourself (Episode 6)’