In episode 5 of My Senpai Is Annoying, Toko and Kazama’s communication skills are both put to the test when a misunderstanding begins.
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Kodoani.com – Futaba Igarashi, as a classic tsundere character, struggles to show her blossoming feelings for her co-worker, Harumi Takeda, and Futaba’s friend Toko Sakurai sometimes teases her for it. . Sakurai feels comfortable and secure with her personal life, but then she and Sota Kazama struggle with the Valentine’s Day commuters in the office.
Sakurai is comfortable with her looks, popularity, and competence at work, and she’s generous enough to share platonic chocolates with everyone in the office this year. When it comes to Kazama, however, Sakurai’s budding love life faces its first major hurdle. Kazama couldn’t express himself better than Futaba could.
Late last year, for Christmas, Futaba found the courage to give Takeda a new tie as a personal gift, and she patted herself on the back for taking that step. Now is the time for another love-driven holiday, and Futaba and Toko Sakurai feel differently about the upcoming Valentine’s Day. As usual, everyone told Futaba about the idea of her giving Takeda personalized chocolates, and Sakurai mistakenly assumed that this year’s Valentine’s Day would go well for her as well. Her and Kazama’s communication skills are both put to the test when a misunderstanding begins.
Futaba and Takeda both meet Yuto Sakurai, Toko’s younger brother, and they have a positive impression of him. Then, Kazama saw Yuto in the distance, walking down the sidewalk with his sister. Kazama, who shyly falls in love with Toko Sakurai, mistakes Yuto for Toko’s boyfriend or lover and feels bored. The guy fell into a frenzy, shuffling his way around absently throughout his day off, trying to grasp what he saw. Sakurai and the others were unable to determine what had caused Kazama to fall into a bad mood. In the end, Toko Sakurai and Kazama faced off in a deserted stairwell.
Toko Sakurai gives an ordinary chocolate bar as a personal gift to Kazama, but the latter mistakes it for a mandatory Valentine’s Day gift. The guy shows low self-esteem in this scene, not even wanting to think of the possibility that Toko Sakurai would give such a personal gift. The guy also seems dense, not knowing Yuto is Toko’s teenage brother rather than a man who could be her lover. Kazama dejectedly accepted the chocolate, his mood darker than ever, and then Sakurai protested.
Toko says that Kazuma is being shallow, saying that imperative and romantic chocolate vary by price and brand, and Toko insists that her modest gift is purely romantic, even if it’s not must be homemade candy or expensive branded candy. Sakurai was almost moved to tears, distressed that Kazama didn’t realize what the romantic gesture was. After that, Kazama finally voiced his fear and mentioned the “other man” Toko was once with. Toko immediately cheers up and explains who Yuto is, and in the end, the two clear the misunderstanding and enjoy Valentine’s Day together. Kazama can now feel confident about Toko’s care for her and appreciate the true meaning of the gift.
This scene shows Sakurai to be a sentimental and somewhat sensitive person, especially since her classmates were jealous of her popularity in high school, and Kazama’s unruly nature was one of the obstacles. greatest of the guy, except for his apparent lack of initiative. and confidence. Both characters have some maturing in their budding love lives, but both are well-meaning, and they are able to handle misunderstandings and conflicts with love and maturity. . This foreshadows their secret but sincere love in the near future.