Reika-sama – 194 – Takamichi Kanta

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I have an older sister.

Neechan is four years older than me.

When she was in her last year of middle school she suddenly started going on about taking the examinations for this school for rich kids.

The famous Zui’ran Academy.

It caused a huge fuss.

My parents and her teacher had thought that she was going to a public school after all.

Why Zui’ran!?

In fact, her teacher told her, “With your grades I think you could get in on the scholarship, but that place isn’t like other schools, you know? Is that okay with you, Takamichi-san?”

Mum and Dad were worried that she wouldn’t fit in there as well.

Neechan insisted.

“If I get the scholarship then I can go there for free. Plus, if my marks are good enough, they’ll even give me money that I won’t have to return. The curriculum is leagues more fulfilling than other schools too, so I want to go there,” she explained.

My parents weren’t having any of it of course.

“Don’t worry about the school fees. Just go to a school where you’ll fit in.”

School fees, huh. I suppose we did have quite a few siblings.

But Neechan didn’t change her mind.

“It isn’t just the school fees. I want to see a new world and experience something different. Plus, the uniforms are cute.”

That last reason was a pretty girly one.

Since she was so determined, in the end our parents consented.

“Well, if you insist,” they relented.

And so she ended up taking the examinations.

Deciding on your school based on the uniforms though…

I really don’t get girls.



According to Mum, Neechan has always had a strong sense of curiosity.

One time she chased a butterfly all the way into the next town, and they only found out where she was when a police officer contacted them.

Another time she had an insect guide. She went around all day looking at bugs with a magnifying glass, and ended up collapsing to heatstroke.

When it was a star guide instead, she stayed on the veranda stargazing all night long and ended up bedridden with a fever.

Neechan loves those encyclopaedic picture guides.

Anyway, since Mum figured Zui’ran was another case of her curiosity flaring up, she decided to let her be.



After Neechan made it in she tried on the uniform.

“Does it suit me? Do I look like an ojousama?”

I don’t know how many times she asked that.

She only left the mirror when we finally replied, “It does, it’s cute.”

But after that she started going,

“Did you know they say gokigen’yoh at Zui’ran? Kanta, Gokigen’yoh.”

She wouldn’t stop, and it was annoying, but Mum told me to deal with it.

“She made it past a very difficult examination to be accepted there, so just bear with it.”

So bear with it I did.



Neechan had just begun ecstatically attending Zui’ran when she suddenly said to me:

“That school is even crazier than I imagined.”

“What’s so crazy about it?”

“Hmmm, all sorts of things. Really makes you realise that out there there are worlds like that too. Yeah…” she nodded to herself.

I’m still wondering what’s so crazy, damnit!

“And man, seeing the real thing sure was different to my own ‘gokigen’yoh’. It sounded completely natural coming from them. Whenever I say it there’s some part of me embarrassed about what the heck I’m doing, you know? But in that world it’s a matter of fact, isn’t it. And they throw about topics about high society so fast that I don’t know what’s what. It was like listening to another language,” she said in wonder.

Hearing that just made us worried.

“Are you going to be okay, Wakaba?” Mum asked. “Are you sure you shouldn’t have gone to another school?”

But Neechan wasn’t worried at all.

“Ah well, I’m sure I’ll get used to it sooner or later. Once I do, I’ll be a splendid ojousama as well!”

“Is this the face of an ojousama to you?”

That got me a punch.

That hurts, damnit!

“Is your school really all that amazing?”

“Yeah. I hadn’t heard of half the items on the cafeteria menu. I gave one of the soups a go, and it came out cold! At first I was like, ‘Ah! they forgot to heat it up!’ but it turns out that it’s meant to be like that. Vichyssoise is this cold, potato soup. Vichyssoise. And even though we were speaking Japanese they all pronounced the ‘v’. It was crazy. Vee, Kanta. Vee.”

“Enough already!”

“Man. I had no idea food in a school cafeteria could be so good. Of course it was as expensive as it was surprising, though. Since I can’t eat there every day I think it’d be nice if I treated myself there whenever I get some money.”

“Oneechan! I want some too!”

“Me too!”

The twins joined the conversation out of nowhere.

“Alright. I guess I’ll try making it at home sometime!”

What was good about cold soup?

In the days following, my sister would come home influenced by something that happened there.

The time when she learnt flower arrangement she came home and decorated the foyer.

The time when she learnt tea ceremony she began mixing tea in a tea bowl.

“Today I learnt this flower arrangement type called moribana. At the start you pick the grandest, longest branch and place it right in the middle of the kenzan stand~ Right here, see? They call it the shin branch. When you’re done with that, the next one is the soe branch and put stick it in here~”

“When you drink the tea you move the brush over like this, and take a sip while avoiding it.”

“When you pick up your chopsticks you have to grab them from above with your right hand, hold them in your left, and then swap them back to your right hand.”

Each time Neechan showed off something she learnt to the family, everyone oo’d and ah’d in admiration.

“As expected of Zui’ran,” they’d all praise.

“Yep,” she would laugh.

“Your dad and I were worried that you’d have a hard time there. It’s a relief to see you enjoying yourself.”

“It was one culture shock after another, and they have so many customs too. But I’m having fun, and I’m learning a lot there.”

“Neechan, did you make any friends at a place like that?”

“I’m surrounded by young masters and ojousamas so I don’t have a lot, but I definitely do have friends so don’t worry.”

I hoped that was true.



Ever since Neechan had entered high school, she had begun working a part-time job.

Apparently her scholarship money was ‘for the future’, so she needed a source of pocket money.

“I’ll be out and working by the time it’s your turn for university, so I’ll take care of the fees, okay?” she once told me, but I was going to get a part-time job in high school anyhow.

Neechan’s everyday life was busy, from studying to her job.

But even in middle school, friends from around the area would come over to play.

There didn’t seem to be any sign of that here, so I knew that Mum and Dad were still secretly worried.



Neechan was hit by a car during summer break.

The culprit was somebody in her year at Zui’ran.

Although her bicycle had been completely dented at the front, Neechan had only suffered some bruises and scrapes.

When that schoolmate had brought her to the hospital, the examination diagnosed her with no serious injuries.

Anyway, he came to our house to apologise that day, with a huge bouquet and a lawyer in tow.

We had first realised when my little sister excitedly notified us about “some kind of hearse car” parked in front of our house.

“Your cherished daughter has been injured because of me. I sincerely apologise and have no excuse,” the classmate bowed low when he brought Neechan back from the hospital.

Neechan had told us that it was nothing serious, but ordinarily Mum and Dad would still be worried and furious.

Instead, seeing the boy refuse to stop bowing sent them into a fluster instead.

It sent Neechan into an even greater one, actually.

“K-Kaburagi-sama! Please raise your head! Look! Right as rain, see?!”

“My daughter is right. You brought her to the hospital as well, and we can all see that you genuinely feel sorry.”

“And you’re our daughter’s schoolmate so we weren’t thinking of pressing charges at all.”

After a lot of convincing from the three of them, he finally lifted his head.

As it turned out, he was super handsome.

“Then let’s talk about reparations,” said his lawyer, but my parents refused them on the grounds that they wouldn’t feel at ease with it.

In the end we only agreed to take this huge envelope of “get-well money” from them.

“We will also reimburse you for the bicycle, and the medical fees are a matter of course,” said her schoolmate.

“Ehh!? Just this get-well money is more than enough!”

“That will not do. This and that are two different matters.”

Neechan tried to reason with him.

“Kaburagi-sama, umm, you’ve already paid for the hospital and medical bills today. Since I don’t have any broken bones, I don’t think think I’ll be going to the hospital either so there won’t be any medical bills to pay…”

“Unacceptable. You have to keep going until the doctor says that you’ve fully recovered. Nobody can say that there won’t be medical complications,” he replied severely.

“I understand…” she replied meekly.

When it was time for him to leave, he told us he was buying all the cakes in the store.

“I’d feel bad for the other customers who came here to buy things, so just your feelings are enough~!” she stopped him in a panic.



After the boy and his lawyer left, Dad had to go back to the store.

Everyone else was still gathered in the living room.

“For a high schooler, that boy really has his act together…”


“Do you think we breached some etiquette by serving him barley tea, Mum?”

“You’re asking that now?”

“That oniisan was so cool!”

“His car was cool too!”

“That’s the car that hit Neechan, yanno?”

“Oh no, that wasn’t the car that hit me. It wasn’t any less expensive though.”

“Are you for real!?”

They had more than one car like that!?

“The car that hit me got a bit scratched after all. I was actually worried about what we’d do if they asked for compensation, you know?”

“It’s good that he was a decent person, wasn’t it,” my Mum commented.

“By the way, Neechan,” I asked, “How come you were being so polite to him? Isn’t he your age? And why the -sama?”

“Oneechan, was he your friend?”

“Whoaa, no way! That’s somebody special even for a Zui’ran student, you know! If it wasn’t for the accident I’d have graduated without ever saying a word to him!”

“Huh. He was some kind of big shot then?” I asked.

“He is. We’ve got two, ah, three…? people at our school that everyone acknowledges as special. Kaburagi-sama is one of them.”

That boy who ‘everybody acknowledged as special’ ended up visiting Neechan a bunch more times during the summer break to drive her to the hospital.

He even got her an expensive Italian bicycle which Neechan promptly remodelled into a city bike with a basket.

What a waste.

But yeah, people from Zui’ran really were different to your average high schooler.




When I got back from school, something crazy was waiting for me in the lounge room.

Her hair was curled like chocolate cornets or something, and she even had a ribbon attached.

It was like somebody had pulled an ojousama out of some manga or drama.

But for some reason she was wearing one of Neechan’s T-shirts and shorts.

It couldn’t have looked any worse on her.

Neechan had made some yakisoba for us when she came back.

She asked the Cornet girl if she wanted seconds.

Apparently Cornet had eaten before we got here.

“No, I am… Well, if you insist then perhaps just a bite, since you offered,” was her reply.

She ended up eating with us.

“You’ve got nori on your face, you know?”

“Oh goodness.”

She even went ‘ohoho’ as she wiped the nori I pointed out.

‘Ohoho’ I said.

Who knew there were really people who laughed that way in real life…

So she was both an ‘ohoho’ and a ‘Cornet’.

After that day, Cornet visited us on occasion.

Each time she came over she ended up eating something.

And her “just a bite” was always a huge serving.

She always said ‘then, just a bite’ but would end up demolishing the whole plate.

And whenever Neechan asked if she wanted seconds the reply was always something like, “No, I am quite full. Although if you insist then perhaps just a bite…” and she’d end up eating even more.

“Hey Neechan, even though Cornet always eats until the end, why does she always refuse once first?”

“Hmmm, maybe it’s etiquette for an ojousama?”

I don’t get it.

Actually the other day she ate quite a lot of the mochi too.

Since she was eating so well, I thought she might be hungry.

Chikara udon is mochi rice cakes on an udon dish.

“Want me to throw some chikara udon together?” I asked, but this time she really refused.

“Perhaps next time,” she said before muttering, “Udon zousui would be nice too…”

Was she planning on adding zousui to her chikara udon?

There was honestly no helping her.

“Hey, Neechan. Cornet is your friend, right?”

“I’ve told you her name isn’t Cornet, it’s Kisshouin-san! But my friend, huh… I’d like to think so at least. She’s actually as amazing a person as Kaburagi-kun is. But, Kisshouin-san is always helping me out, you know? She might have actually proven to be the most trustworthy person there.”

“Huh. Then I suppose Cornet’s welcome in my home!”

“Cocky brat. And she’s Kisshouin-san to you!”

“Cornet-chan’s a good girl. Always so polite,” added Mum. “Your mum can rest at ease knowing you have a friend like that.”

“You’re calling her that too, Mum…? But mmn, sorry for worrying you. I’ve got friends there, and I’m having a lot of fun.”

“I’m glad to hear that. So? What’s Cornet-chan like at school?”

“She’s a pure-bred Zui’ran, I have to say~ Lots of girls really look up to her. They treat her like the ideal girl, I guess?”

“Buhaha!? Cornet!? The same Cornet who’s been eating yakisoba, or curry, or mochi every time she comes to our house!? The one that actually laughs ‘ohoho’? The Ohoho Cornet Girl?”

Kanta! But well, even I had no idea she’d be so easy to get along with… I think I’d like to get to know her better.”

“Hmmmm~ Alright then.”

“What about Kaburagi-kun?” Mum asked. “Is he your boyfriend, Wakaba?”

“Haah!? No way! Don’t say stupid things!” shouted Neechan.

“Ehh? But he keeps coming to visit you, and he even came here to give you a present on Christmas.”

“Seriously! Stop it! If by some tiny chance a person from Zui’ran overheard that…”

“Oh my, should we keep it a secret from Cornet-chan too?”

“I’ve already told Kisshouin-san but… But just don’t say these things outside, okay! You never know who might overhear! Not just you Mum, everyone else too, okay!?”

She seemed awfully serious, so we reluctantly replied.

“Then who was the boy you went to your New Year’s shrine visit with? Remember? The one that you showed me the picture of.”

“He’s just a friend I’m in the Student Council with! And didn’t I show you pictures of my other friends!?”

“But that boy was so cool.”

“He’s! Just! A! Friend! I’m done with this conversation! Done!”

“Your dad’s been worried too, you know? He’s been asking me if you’ve gotten yourself a boyfriend.”

“Neechan, are you aiming to marry into money?”

“I’m nottt!”

Whatever the case, Kaburagi-san definitely liked Neechan.

I mean it was on Christmas Eve.

Would you go out of your way like that for a normal friend?

At first I laughed at giving a high schooler a present like that, but then Cornet told us about how famous and expensive it was and shocked the crap out of Neechan and I.

Tens of thousands of yen for a stuffed toy!?

It was bloody insane.

The teddy bear had actually come with a coat and a heart necklace.

My little sister wanted the necklace since she thought it was cute.

Since she was in elementary, Neechan figured it would be fine even though it was for a toy.

It was pretty sparkly for a toy, so she quickly came to adore it.

Even the doll’s accessories were crazy good!

Anyway, it had decorated the house until the end of the year, and was sitting in Neechan’s room now.

I wonder if Neechan was planning on giving Kaburagi-san some Valentine’s chocolates this year.

I was pretty sure he was waiting for them.

Speaking of Valentine’s, I was really damned worried about Cornet’s…

Was that girl going to be alright?

She’d better follow the recipe properly!



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101 thoughts on “Reika-sama – 194 – Takamichi Kanta”

  1. Ooooo Kanta’s pov.

    I guess the Takamichi Family all approves of Reika, since she has a nickname and all. Cornet. Pfft. Reika, you need to control your gluttonous side. Your reputation’s definitely ruined in front of the Takamichi family. There doesn’t seem to be anything amazing about you except for your cornet hair right now. And your ‘ohoho~’.

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    1. Yes, hes only 4 years younger, I would totally be ok with it, he would feed her as well, she would be completely happy, but of course our dear Chief wont be experiencing any romantic interludes with Kanta..

      She views him as a younger brother more than anything no doubt, sighs..

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  2. Damn, thanks for the chapter man. But seeing Reika being a big glutton like that, no one would ever think she is also the feared goddess at Suiran.

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    1. I kind of want to see Kanta visit Suiran. 1) to see how strong and amazing his nee-san is, 2) to see how Cornet can be a feared existence. >:P

      You just know it’ll be a complete disaster though. He definitely wouldn’t be able to keep quiet and would get seriously pissed off for Reika not intervening in the bullying, without caring for the subtleties.

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  3. She always said ‘then, just a bite’ but would end up demolishing the whole plate.

    Hahahahah hilariousness ensues in the house of Takamichi. Really the heroine of an otome though, all the boys around her

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  4. What!? The infamously rare 3rd person POV chapter!!?
    (It took an embarrassingly long amount of time for me to realize that after reading that first line; I kept thinking this was about Reika’s past life until I saw “Suiran”).

    Kanta had to suffer a lot, huh. (´∀`)

    Of course uniforms matter! It’s one of the reasons I never switched private schools. That and not wanting to take an entrance exam. ;P

    So… Reika’s not suited for normal life at all. I mean, we all knew, but it’s nice to see confirmation in-universe. And yes, she definitely won over the Wakabas (clearly over Bakaburagi too XDD; I can’t wait for the fallout >}) But hmmm, is the Student Council Prez taking the lead on him too?

    Thanks so much for this chapter! It’s great to see a 3rd person POV, and Kanta’s to boot XDXD Let’s hope Reika’s cooking has leveled up ^^

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      1. I just scanned “Takamichi” and assumed it was Wakaba. But then I figured it out from context as soon as Kanta talked about the eldest Takamichi daughter testing into Suiran.

        Get gud scrub.

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  5. Ohohoh, Kanta POV
    Me encantan los pov, pero queria saber que pasaba con Enjou y Yuiko, despues de todo
    mis gafas shippeadoras estan en ReikaxEnjou


  6. I remember suddenly getting teary after reading this chapter in raw.

    We all know Wakaba’s a bit off – she’s incredibly positive, thick-skinned and curious. But this shows such a human side to her. She goes home and showing off every day, because she wants to reaffirm her decision and doesn’t want her family to worry. And it says a lot that her family notices something’s off anyway.

    She was so happy about her cute uniform. Imagine how she must’ve felt when it was vandalized beyond repair. And when Reika came and gave her another one.

    In some ways, the Takamichis know Reika more than even her own family.

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    1. Reika’s family still has a decent grasp on her personality too. Pretty sure her brother called her weird or something similar in his PoVs.

      Also, she feeds her family the torture implements known as her home cooking, so they’re well aware she can’t cook despite her interest in cooking.

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  7. Wow, we’re really this far now huh.
    [Plus, the uniforms are cute]->everything are lies, this is the real reason!

    “He is. We’ve got two, ah, three…? people at our school that everyone acknowledges as special. Kaburagi-sama is one of them.”
    It seems that Reika-sama is some kind of a secret BOSS or something!

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    1. Secret?! Eeeeeeverybody knows that Reika is serious mojo. The fact that she rarely uses her influence (purposely anyway) actually makes her even more badass. You don’t get a nickname like ‘Kali’ for being a wallflower. I remind you of the StuCo meeting about the Culture Festival, when the sports clubs wanted to snatch her clubs space away. A few statements and a tap with her fan, and they all but dogeza in fear. Her family must be ultra loaded for her to be as goofy as she is, yet still commands the respect she has.

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      1. Reika’s very conscious about her mannerisms at school and around anyone connected to her school, so the majority of people there probably don’t know about her…disappointing…side. The only people she’s shown that to have been close friends and her family, and none of them would do something to hurt Reika’s image.

        That said, considering she’s always been one of the “big three”, her family is probably ridiculously rich; at least enough that when combined with how she acts, she’s put in a group with Kaburagi and Enjou.

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        1. Let’s be honest, Kaburagi has got a disappointing side to him too. He’s even got the Takamichis fooled. The whole “~Waahhh he’s so cool and together.” The same guy who stays up all night to solve a puzzle ring.

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        2. May I remind you all that Onii-sama, given the hints thus far, occupied a similar position to Kaburagi and Enjou before his graduation?

          Yes, the Kisshouin are a big deal.

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          1. It’s amazing is what. It’s not enough that their families are rich, but all the sons are pretty boy geniuses. All of them. Reika didn’t get the brains but she’s still a looker.
            Stupid shoujo world.

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            1. Give applause to the parental efforts for genetic control that induce their future generation to be brilliant and pretty creatures.


  8. 3rd person POV?! I-It’s here, the godly chapter! Another one! What a good day today is~

    “One time she chased a butterfly all the way into the next town, and they only found out where she was when a police officer contacted them.”

    That’s strangely cute. And I should aplaud that Wakaba is careful enough in crossing the road and getting safely to the next town!

    Her family is so worried for her :3.

    Thanks for the chapter!

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    1. Female Kaburagi.
      Yes, I said it. She has the same reckless obsessiveness and lack of peripheral vision that he does.

      With Kaburagi it’s never just a puzzle ring. It’s THE puzzle ring. And it WILL be solved. Is your classroom doing a haunted house? Well, it WILL have the best sound design.

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  9. Holy geez Reika xD. Demolishing a whole plate…what kinda description is that if not for a monster lmao. It’s kinda cute on Reika tho, to know she’s an uncomposed glutton haha. Ahh~ Reika is doing well with the younger men…Thanks for the chapter!

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  10. [The teddy bear had actually come with a coat and a heart necklace.

    My little sister wanted the necklace since she thought it was cute.

    Since she was in elementary, Neechan figured it would be fine even though it was for a toy.]

    => wiping tear (from laughing so much) ptffff
    Poor Kaburagi, but I don’t feel a slightest sympathy with him, he’s just so dumb.

    So Reika successfully made a 4 years younger boy think of her (as hopeless) xD
    Though his sis has gotten the most hints, i root for him too, do your best Kanta-kun!

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  11. Kanta-kun just hasn’t witnessed Goddess Kali yet.
    And it doesn’t look like Wakaba wants to marry into money. It looks like she wants to harem* into money!
    In any case, I too hope the chocolate will be okay…
    *The association for people against Bakaburagi would like to note that we do not support or condone any harems including Masaya.

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  12. Thank you for the chapter!
    Wakaba-chan was so cute and annoying at the first part of the chapter.
    I like chapters like this were they show another side of Reika-sama and Wakaba-chan.
    Seriously Kaburagi gave a good impression, he really knows how to hide that he’s a baka.

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  13. Without the meta-analysis that alternate POV chapters are for side characters, I would give Kanta an inside track. He sees Reika’s other side and has the desired cooking and baking powers.

    My suspicion is the Shuusuke-Sue is so OP that he can probably cook well, while Bakaragi would fail miserably at any culinary pursuit that does not entail copious lighter fluid and a large open fire.

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    1. No. Bakaburagi is also OP in girly stuff, I imagine. Probably better than Reika in handcraft and even cooking, because he’s capable of giving attention to textual instructions lmao

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  14. Kanta is the only sane man, do your best Kanta!

    I… desperately need an Enjou POV but… that would be telling so I figure it won’t happen for at least 100 chapters. XD


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  15. To be fair, isn’t Kanta a bit like Kaburagi??

    I mean his word is quite arrogant though we could see how affectionate he is towards Reika-tan !!

    Yukino = Enjou (team hidden black bellied)
    Kanta = Kaburagi (team ore-sama)

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    1. Dont insult Kanta, hes just a bratty younger brother, hes also at that age of puberty where all kids are arrogant sobs, but hes not a Baka like that idiot is, Kanta is a normal kid his age, not like Baka, he would not put someone he cares about in the position his sister is in at school because of his status as Emperor, Kanta has commonsense and awareness of how things are, while that idiot has no clue.

      All the characters in this story are a bit arrogant to an extent, but that Bakaburagi takes the cake, his complete ignorance of any situation he is in makes him the biggest, blindest, arrogant fool in this story, even if you tell it to his face its water off a ducks back, hes that arrogant, but I think there will come a time when that arrogance of his might get shaken and I hope its Reika that gives it to him. Shes done it once before, but I doubt that idiot really understood why she was so pissed at him, thats why hes a stupid shit!

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  16. “According to Mum, Neechan has always had a strong sense of curiosity.

    One time she chased a butterfly all the way into the next town, and they only found out where she was when a police officer contacted them.

    Another time she had an insect guide. She went around all day looking at bugs with a magnifying glass, and ended up collapsing to heatstroke.

    When it was a star guide instead, she stayed on the veranda stargazing all night long and ended up bedridden with a fever.”


    OH. Ohmahgawd. She’s a female Kaburagi.

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  17. Thanks for the chapter.
    This one was quite long and insightful.
    I really enjoy the POV chapters of this novel, they always bring a lot of information. Now my wish for the future is to have Wakaba reject Kaburagi and have him go on another trip because it’s when he’s the funniest.

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  18. These POVs are great. Like, Reika’s normal laugh is actually an ohoho? Not something you’d get from her chapters.

    Hmm, Kabugari is “don’t say stupid things” while student council president is “just a friend”.

    Well, a stalking horse is always going to be a stalking horse.

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  19. — Thanks for the chapter~ ^^.

    As always the POVs chapter are always great~!! Really refreshing and satisfying to see another side of the characters especially in regards to Reika-sama!! haha XD! Well, looks like Reika-sama isn’t the type that makes whatever clothes beautiful or classic huh?

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  20. Thanks 4 the chapter!

    I have a suspicion that that toy necklace is actually really expensive like the teddy bear that worn it before. Might even have real jewels on it.

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  21. Hmm. If Wakaba is slightly smaller than Reika and Reika is wearing Wakaba’s clothes…
    Then Kanta’s first thought upon seeing Reika in a tight fitting shirt and bootyshorts (that food has to go somewhere) is that it doesn’t suit her? He’s definitely not had puberty yet.


  22. Ohohoho.. Ohohohoho……… OHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHOHO.

    I see -lifts glasses up- -glasses sheen- My SHIP IS SAILINGGGGGGGGGGG WELL.
    The Kanta x Reika lmao holy crap.
    This chapter right AFTER i talked about the ship.
    And now its flowing even more.
    Muwhaha , oops wrong laugh, Ohohohohohohohohoho

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  23. thanks!
    it’s been a long time, uwahhh! but after reading this, i remembered that i did kind of ship kanta and reika rofl! too many ships! but keke, yeah, i’d love for him to see the ojousama reika, that’d be cool too, i think!

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  24. Ahaha. Seeing that side of Wakaba just makes me think that her and Bakaburagi are perfect for each-other. They both go off on insane tangents even to the detriment of their own health!

    If nothing else, Bakaburagi sure knows how to make reparations. That might be the first time, but definitely one of the few times, that he’s impressed me.

    I really wish they’d do these alternate POVs a bit more. I live seeing things from other people’s perspectives! Thanks for the chapter.


  25. AAAAAAAaaah as expected she is taking the student council president route!


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