Kenkyo Kenjitsu: The Reika-sama Chronicles 231

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Kokkuri-san is basically just Japanese ouija boards.

The next morning I arrived to find the girls discussing something with frowns on their faces.

“Gokigen’yoh. Is something the matter?” I asked.

“Gokigen’yoh, Reika-sama,” Serika-chan replied. “Apparently, yesterday after school, that girl was in the car that came to pick up Enjou-sama.”

“That girl?”

“The one from the School Festival.”


Yuiko-san, smiling and otherworldly, appeared in my mind.

After school yesterday… That was when I met Enjou and Kaburagi in the Petite salon.

Hmm, thinking back Enjou had suddenly taken a call, and it was why Yukino-kun suddenly had to go home. Ah, could that have been Yuiko-san that called him!?

So that’s what happened. His girlfriend had come to meet him at the gates so he pushed his annoying friend onto me and then happily went on his date.

No, hang on.

More likely he’d intended to push Kaburagi onto me anyway, that damned schemer, and that’s why he even came there in the first place!

What a horrible guy!

Just how much of my energy was sucked away after I was forced to listen to Kaburagi’s endless rambling about Wakaba-chan…

This is why I couldn’t stand the inhabitants of the Fulfilling Romance village! All they did was oppress my people!

“Is Enjou-sama truly seeing that girl?”

“I wonder if the rumours about their engagement are true.”

“Enjou-sama said they were simply relatives, but…”

“Have you heard anything from him, Reika-sama?”

Unfortunately I didn’t have the answers.

After all, it wasn’t like I could just ask the guy himself all these nosey questions… We weren’t all that close, after all.

Plus, no way was I going to have him think that I was so interested in his life. I’d lose all pride as a village chief if he thought I was envious of his village’s good harvest.

So yeah, even if they begged me to ask him, it wasn’t going to happen. I was aiming to be Zui’ran’s trendsetter, not its gossip columnist!

But more info on Yuiko-san came to me anyway.

It was during lunch break, while I was eating the salad that I was eating to watch my weight. Oh, right. And starting last night I’d begun doing push-ups too. Naturally because of the Kaburagi Double-Take at My Arms Incident.

Actually, after the talk about dates yesterday I ended up asking about what they did to diet as well.

At first they said stuff like ‘We don’t really do anything special’ but after I kept asking, they eventually admitted ‘Well, just a few push-ups before bed’.

I knew they were keeping in shape in secret!

So I replied, “Push-ups, is it? Perhaps I should try it myself. I have been a little conscious of my upper arms recently…”

“Ehh~ You’re so skinny already, Kisshouin-san. You don’t need to diet~”

“Kisshouin-san, you look perfect the way you are now~”

Naturally I couldn’t put any trust in their lip service.

And so the first twenty pushes I had done in a long while were so painful that my arms trembled, but I had to push on.

There was only one month left until it was time for summer clothes. Until that moment come, I had to work hard to exorcise the demons in my biceps…!

“Reika-san, gokigen’yoh.”

“My! Ririna.”

Ririna and her friends approached me after they had finished their lunch.

“Well? What do you think?” she asked and she held out her arm.

Glinting on her wrist was the watch I bought her during my class trip.

Apparently she had come here just to show herself wearing it.

“It suits you.”

“Huhu~” she hummed proudly. I could see the same emotion on her face too.

The watch I had picked was girlish, but in a design that would be fine to wear every day. It looked like Ririna was quite pleased with it.

After that her friends thanked me for getting them souvenirs as well. So I said that it had been my pleasure, and casually dropped that they were chocolates from a stylish chocolatier brand that hadn’t made its way into Japan yet.

Hu hu hu, if I wanted a firm hold on the position of Zui’ran’s trendsetter, I’d have to begin with individuals.

“Gosh, I just can’t stop wondering about it!” one of the girls cried in frustration.

Ririna looked over at the girls who were still talking about Enjou and Yuiko-san before turning to ask, “What are they talking about?”

“Enjou-sama and that girl from the rumours.”

“Ahh, Yuiko-san?”

“You know her too, Ririna?”

So even people in her year knew? Enjou’s popularity was impressive. Plus, there was a bespectacled information broker amongst her friends.

At least that was my reasoning before Ririna dropped a bombshell on her.

“I do, of course. After all, I went to primary school with her.”


My sudden outburst caused eyes to turn my way. Ah. I promptly tried my make myself invisible.

Ririna lived a little far away, and it wasn’t common for us to get students from that far out. But because her mother was a graduate of Zui’ran, and of the Pivoine no less, Ririna had grown up dreaming about our school.

Unfortunately for her, our primary school section had a restriction on how far away their students were permitted to live. In the end she unwillingly attended a famous local girls school instead.

“Ririna-san, could you please tell us about her!?” Serika-chan and the others pressed.

The request came as a whisper because they were mindful of the surroundings, but it was fervent all the same.

“Well, I don’t know her too well either,” Ririna warned, but she began talking anyway. “Yuiko-san was two years above mine. She was beautiful and refined, even back then.”

She was older than me!?

She had always seemed oddly confident and calm around us. To think it was because she was an upperclassman.

Dating an older woman even though he was just a little high schooler? That was potential for you. Potential as an applicant to the Casanova village, that damned Enjou!

“Plus, being as gorgeous as she is, she was very popular too. Even in primary school we heard rumours about all the boys that came to her middle school festival for her. There were plenty of them that waited in front of the gates for her after school as well.”

“That’s something else.”

“I spoke to her a few times myself, back in primary school. She was gentle and graceful, and everyone looked up to her.”


“The neighbouring schools began calling her the Miss of our school as well.”


With each response, the girls around me became more quiet and subdued.

“She was so popular that there were even a few kids who worshipped her like a goddess.”

“A goddess…”

For a moment, everyone glanced my way. Eh? What is it?

“Normally a girl that popular would have more than a few jealous enemies,” Ririna continued, “But strangely Yuiko-san didn’t have anybody like that. Maybe it was because she always looked so fragile and made you want to protect her.”

I could see it.

All of the girls, present company included, had been so harsh when it came to Wakaba-chan, but strangely I hadn’t heard anybody publicly criticise Yuiko-san in the least.

Maybe it really was that atmosphere of hers.

To bring up another comparison, Maihama Ema had stirred up a storm of abuse when she came to our festival for Kaburagi.

What happened to her, anyhow? I hadn’t seen her in a while.

I decided to ask Sakura-chan the next time we met up.

“The gentle and graceful type of beauty that stirs up the urge to protect her, huh…?” one of the girls mused.

“Well, she’s basically the exact opposite to Reika-san,” Ririna said.

What the heck? So are you saying I’m ungainly and nasty and the type to live as a loner then?

Well excuse me! I think I’d like that watch back!

While I sulked, Ririna placed a hand on my shoulder as she smiled at me kindly.

“Don’t you worry, Reika-san. You’re good in your own way too.”

You’re the last person I want to hear that from!

I smacked her hand right off my shoulder.



Speak of the devil.

No sooner had I left the cafeteria for my classroom did I come across Enjou, chatting with some other boy. Bird-brained Katsuragi, as it happened. If possible I’d have liked to avoid the noisy bugger.

But despite my best efforts at ignoring them and walking past, Enjou ignored my intentions and called out to me anyway.

“Kisshouin-san, thank you for yesterday. Yukino was absorbed in that book the whole way home.”

“Truly? Then it was my privilege that he enjoyed it so,” I replied under Bird-Brain’s crazy glare.

Well, not that I was the least bit intimidated. Well, I was, but because of the intensely expectant gazes from the girls behind me…

Besides which, that smile Enjou was wearing was… Was it just my bias speaking, or did that look exactly like the smirk of a man who had a gentle, graceful, beauty of an older girlfriend?

“I’d appreciate it if you could spare some of your time for Yukino again. He keeps telling me to invite you over.”

“My! Uhuhu.”

The words ‘invite you over’ had Serika-chan and the others riled up, but Bird-Brain’s expression just turned grimmer.

…This jackass was definitely enjoying this, wasn’t he? He deliberately used those words just to cause me trouble.

I’m sorry, but I’m not coming over, Yukino-kun. Your older brother is basically another pigeon to me. Damn you, Enjou! I hope you get pricked by a rose bush!

“Ah, it is about time to return to class…” I said to excuse myself.

I could hear Serika-chan and the others making sounds of dissatisfaction, but who would willingly get friendly with someone from the Fulfilling Romance village?

Say ‘No!’ to thoughtless mergers! The Forever Alone village stands alone!




I was kind of beat…

Everything was Kaburagi and Enjou’s fault. Yesterday I was being toyed around with by other people’s love stories. Actually before yesterday too. Haah…

Sweet things were best when you were tired. I could start my diet tomorrow.

After classes finished I headed to the Pivoine for some sweets in the time before club activities started.

I sat myself down on the usual sofa and enjoyed some spiced apple jelly. Yummy.

Jelly seemed simple enough to make, so I decided to try my hand at it when I had the chance.

Oh, and since it was apples, what if I made the compote base with cider instead of water?

Maybe the hint of bitterness would make the taste more mature and adult.

It was worth a try.

“Reika-sama, might I sit with you?”

I looked up and found Fuyuko-sama standing before me.

It was a rare thing for her to speak to me of her own accord, daydreaming and unassuming as she tended to be.

I offered her a seat, and she took it before peering at me with worry.

“Reika-sama, you look a little unwell.”

“Do you think so?”

Maybe my exhaustion was showing. The jelly hadn’t been enough. I had better eat some pastries too.

“You know, I have something with me that might help,” she said. “I came across the real thing while we were on the field trip.”

“My, did you buy some essential oils?” I asked.

In a rarely excitement, Fuyuko-sama searched her bag for a little before bringing out a board with letters and numbers on it, along with a little heart-shaped coaster with a hole in it.

Along the top of the board were ‘YES’ and ‘NO’ in English.

Ah, of course. Fuyuko-sama was one of them after all.

I knew I had seen one of these things before, and it was giving me nothing but bad feelings.

“…Ummm. What might this be?” I ventured.

“This is a ouija board! We can use this to communicate with spirits of the beyond. We hold this planchette on top of the board and ask the spirits a question, and they will borrow our hands to move the planchette to the ‘YES’ or the ‘NO’. They can use the alphabet and numbers down here too.”

…I was right to have a bad feeling. This was Kokkuri-san.

“Is this… Kokkuri-san…?” I asked her hesitantly, to which she replied “No, this is a ouija board.”

But the more I listened to her happy explanation of how to use it, the more it sounded exactly like Kokkuri-san.

For all that Fuyuko-sama might have looked like a Heian-era noble, her tastes in the occult were decidedly Western…

“You must have something on your mind. Come, don’t hesitate to ask.”

No, no, if I have something on my mind I’d prefer to discuss it with someone living!

It’s scary, okay. You shouldn’t play with these things lightly, you know!

I hear you can even get haunted, okay!?

“Oh my, look at the time. I am sorry, but I must simply head to my clubroom. Well then, gokigen’yoh, Fuyuko-sama.”

I grabbed a few pastries before ohoho-ing away.

For some reason the weight on my shoulders that the jelly had taken away was back again.

Wait, what if this weight was a ghost…!?

Gyaaaaaah! Scaryyyyy!

On the empty landing of the staircase I frantically smacked my back to chase away any evil spirits.

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66 thoughts on “Kenkyo Kenjitsu: The Reika-sama Chronicles 231”

  1. I just thought that it would be great if there’s new update and there’s truly a new chapter =v=
    Thank you so much for your hard work. I really very very miss our Reika-sama.

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  2. Thanks for the chapter!

    “Your older brother is basically another pigeon to me.”
    Poor Reika, forever threatened by pigeons. XD

    “Maybe my exhaustion was showing. The jelly hadn’t been enough. I had better eat some pastries too.”
    For lunch today:Salad… + jelly + pastries… + more to come?
    Your sweet tooth is your downfall, Reika.

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  3. “And so the first twenty pushes I had done in a long while were so painful that my arms trembled, but I had to push on.”

    What the . . . she’s in better shape than I am . . . it’s been so long since I’ve done push-ups . . . chocolate

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  4. It wouldn’t surprise me if, premeditated or not, Enjou did use his urgent departure to foist Bakaburagi onto Reika. She should collect compensation. And considering it’s Bakaburagi, she should collect double the amount. But, er, as for all the FRV’s “harassment” towards the FAV…isn’t it just to you, Reika…

    It seems we traded one “rival” for another (well, I should say “would be” rival because this is not a normal shoujo and Reika isn’t a normal shoujo heroine). But still, good riddance to bad rubbish. I’m glad it seems that Maihama has exited stage left.

    (Shipping Glasses: ON) But this does look like a proper set up for a romance flag on the Enjou/Reika route. It’s a little hard to tell, what with Reika’s perception being so askew, but Enjou might be using his brother to reel her in again (Shipping Glasses: OFF–or this might be a romance destruction flag, we haven’t actually had a proper Yuiko-Reika encounter–But I’m forever team!Reika!).

    I’m cackling at the continuing pigeon comparisons though. Reika really does attribute every negative aspects of her life to these foul feathered fiends. I also find it hilarious that one of Reika’s goals is to finally leave the FAV, yet she’s so adamant about standing strong in it as its chief.

    Spiced apple jelly, huh? Sounds delish~ But Reika’s diet has been shot yet again. She should include it in her list for compensation. Poor girl can never catch a break~

    Thank you so much for the update! It’s great to see you’ve overcome those evil forces to bring us this chapter! XDDXDD

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    1. > I’m glad it seems that Maihama has exited stage left.
      Maihama is her Kaburagi rival. Yukio is her Enjou rival.

      Maihama will probably return but Wakaba will probably be involved somehow too.

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    2. I just think Reika has a worse impression of Enjou than is the reality. Enjou spends much of his life “babysitting” people and putting out fires and doesn’t really make time for himself. He tries hard to please everybody, which sometimes means that he pleases nobody.

      Yuiko highlights his biggest weakness. He can’t just turn her down because he’s afraid of hurting her feelings. And as a result, he’s just making Yukino and Reika unhappy.

      That said, while Enjou is nudging Kaburagi Reika’s way, Reika is pretty much screwed regardless. Kaburagi would’ve sought out Reika as his “love adviser” anyway. It’s not like he’s writing live journal entries to Reika because Enjou told him to.

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      1. A lot of Reika’s dislike of Enjou is her convincing herself to dislike him. They were Reika’s enemies in the original novel so her plan was to avoid them getting involved with them in any way.

        Plus, while it’s hard to remember now, Reika was genuinely terrified of Kaburagi at first, so she was suspious of anything he or Enjou would do or say.

        Originally Enjou did tease her about things, I think he’s entirely given up on that, probably realising it was not endearing himself to her. But she’s still assuming that he’s teasing her at various times.

        And of course, Reika is very insecure about her lack of romance in her life while being ashamed of actually admitting it. She’s able vent out her frustration by internally complaining about Enjou. She has complained about others too, like Class Rep, but at the same time she feels a bit guilty about doing it since they are depending on her.

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  5. Thanks for the chapter!! Reika-sama and her disastrous plan to make jelly. Aaah~ at this rate she’s going to end up stress eating and binge eat those sweets!! Someone make her stop😂😂

    But for Enjou to have hook an onee-san like girl as his fiancée….uwaaah. I kinda feel sorry for him. For a girl who’s like hail as a goddess since she’s a child… 100/10 that girl ain’t something as simple as that.

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        1. I sort of extrapolated that using cider for jelly is HERESY. For culinary reasons which are unknown to me.

          If I had to guess, it’s because all the extra sediment from the unfiltered cider isn’t something you want affecting the final texture or appearance of the jelly. You just want a concentrated juice, because it’s the flavoring agent.


          1. Also:
            It’s been my epiphany to compare cooking to the writing or art advice I always hear on the internet.

            Ideas don’t mean anything. Execution and attention to detail are what’s important. Presentation is for marketing, but doesn’t alter the base product. (As in, you cut vegetables in fancy ways and simply call chili by a foreign name instead to sell a product.) But gimmicks don’t make a dish.

            There’s a big difference between good steak, passable steak and bad steak. And none of it has to do with it being just a piece of beef in concept.

            I’ve met people who thought the fatty parts of a steak were the worst, because they only ever ate the low grade stuff that has that rubbery texture. Not the good stuff with marbling that melts like butter and soaks up juices.

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  6. “Well, she’s basically the exact opposite to Reika-san,”
    What she also means is that if Reika put her feeling out the front, Yuiko hides her under layers of carefully constructed masks. The more I hear about her, the more I think her outward personality might be a fake. And that what ticked Enjou off. Because they are both black bellied person that really good at pretending otherwise.
    Thank you for another chapter, Estelle. Great way to start a new week !

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    1. Err, what? What Reika has so many layers of masks that even people who “see through her mask” are actually seeing different masks.

      The reason why side character chapters are interesting to read is that we see what Reika looks like from their perspective. And each of those perspectives are not just dramatically different to how Reika sees herself, but even the side character perspectives don’t agree with each other about what type of perspon Reika is.

      The Reika her family sees is different to one her friends see, or Kaburagi sees or Wakakba sees or what Wakaba’s family sees.

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      1. Oh, I have to disagree. Enjou, Takateru, Ririna, Akizawa, Class Rep, Wakaba’s family and Sakurako have a pretty good idea of the real Reika experience. Kanta just might get the most unfiltered full blast experience of it.

        The true Reika is the scatterbrained glutton with dumb ideas. The land whale from her past life that lounged around and read homoerotic BL manga. And who petulantly pelted the dumb boys with snowballs packed with rocks. And who know flicks demiglace onto their butts and noogies them when nobody is looking.

        They know her about as well as anybody can know another person. And let’s be honest, most people don’t actually know you that well beyond a passing acquaintance or friendly working relationship either.


        1. Kanta would be utterly shocked how she deals with Tsuruhana, or her Kaburagi “rivals”. Because from his perspective Reika is a goofy glutton.

          Takateru (her brother right?) and Sakurako actually probably have the most accurate opinion of her. Especially in regards to her stupidity, food habits and lacking love life. Although, while Sakurako would also not be that suprised at how she deals with the likes of Tsuruhana, Takateru probably would be.

          On the other hand, Class Rep thinks that Reika sometimes acts a bit silly, has a sweet tooth and is an “love expert”.

          I’m not really sure how exactly Enjou sees her. Considering she puts up an extra strong mask whenever dealing with him or Kaburagi, he probably gets most of his impressions of how she deals with people other than him.

          > The true Reika is the scatterbrained glutton with dumb ideas. The land whale from her past life that lounged around and read homoerotic BL manga. And who petulantly pelted the dumb boys with snowballs packed with rocks. And who know flicks demiglace onto their butts and noogies them when nobody is looking.

          She is clearly not that type of person anymore. She has changed a lot since she was first reincarnated.

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  7. > And so the first twenty pushes I had done in a long while were so painful that my arms trembled, but I had to push on.

    20 push ups is rather alot. Especially for a girl. She can’t be in that bad shape…

    > Apparently she had come here just to show herself wearing it.
    > “It suits you.”
    > “Huhu~” she hummed proudly. I could see the same emotion on her face too.

    What happened to these tsunderes???

    > “The gentle and graceful type of beauty that sits up the urge to protect her, huh…?” one of the girls mused.
    > “Well, she’s basically the exact opposite to Reika-san,” Ririna said.

    Reika being the type of person that protects people I imagine. What she meant was so obvious that nobody even bothered to agree.

    > Besides which, that smile Enjou was wearing was… Was it just my bias speaking, or did that look exactly like the smirk of a man who had a gentle, graceful, beauty of an older girlfriend?

    That’s just her bias. Enjou’s been straightforwardly trying to flirt with her for about 100 chapters now. He must be finding his brother’s relationship with Reika a godsend.

    I’m guessing this Yuiko business her trying to “claim” Enjou. In retrospect, she probably insisted on going to the school festival because she learned about Reika from Enjou’s brother and figured out Enjou was interested in her. I mean, Sakura was doing exactly that herself.

    Enjou seemed to be happy to try and use Yukio to make Reika a little jealous at first but it probably isn’t a “strategy”. Reika pretty much immediately disengages when Yukio gets involved, so bringing up Yukio is actually counterproductive and Enjou should be able to see that.

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  8. Thank you, thank you for the chapter!

    This one has everything: diet plans (postponed), sweets, village chief duties, enjou teasing… all that is lacking is some Petit Pivoine cuteness.

    Also, Reika-sama trying to innovate a recipe again… I pity the poor Tanuki.

    Last thing: stop calling out our Reika-sama, Ririna! Hahahahaha

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  9. Thanks for the chapter
    Poor Reika-sama.All that chat of love affairs must have been exhausting.
    So the wait again….. Any news about the hiatus?


  10. And with this chapter it has been 12 times since I have re-read this series
    Thank you for the update.
    Also I think Enjou is a yandere on the original time line he purposely brought down the Reika-sama family (since the Kaburagi cannot so it on their own Enjou helped than plant false evidence of their evil deeds) since she was engaged to Kaburagi. That way he could take her as his own (yandere scary!!! ). On this timeline he’s trying to make Reika totally disinterested in Kaburagi so when he and Wakaba start dating he could again take Reika as his own (Yandere scary much scary!!!)


    1. Is this like a joking fan theory?

      Enjou is mostly what I think of as a guardian personality. There’s not a lot you can do to anger him, but targeting people he cares about is one of those things.

      The Kisshouin family from the original timeline had shady business practices, which is why our Reika keeps badgering her dad not to do those things.

      There’s no need to dirty your own hands to incriminate anybody if they’re already guilty.


      1. A few chapters ago Kaburagi confirm that his family could not buy off the majority of the company.
        I believe that the charges brought up against Reika’s family were bogus. Sort of like a way to get off being Reika’s fiancee by publicly humiliating them. What can her telling her father that the “heavens are watching” truly do? O.o It just doesn’t make sense. SO my theory was that someone was manipulating them from the shadows…

        So if the Kaburagis could not buy off their company assets then they had help from the Enjous.
        Now I am not talking about THIS timeline but the TIMELINE from the Manga (Before the Thano’s finger snap).

        Now what would be the motive’s behind Enjou’s actions?….
        Kaburagi: He has always been number one and even getting Reika so he planned everything to keep her while her family was weak.

        I just thought that about all the other novels when the MC took the Hero from the fiancee.


        1. That’s a pretty crazy theory.

          1) The most important thing is that it simply doesn’t fit the “tone” of the story

          2) Reika’s father adores her. So, yes, he might “clean up his act” if he were worried enough

          3) It’s likely that in the original timeline Reika’s brother was the one doing illegal things. Though Reika is unaware he’s got a darker personality that he appears. Reika has probably “soften” his personality in general, and her comments to their Reika would discourage him from doing anything too

          4) It would be really strange if Enjou had such a massive secret motivation and have it not mentioned in the original story

          5) Reika is completely different compared to the original story, so it would be a bit strange if his feelings towards her were the same

          6) Reika falls to being a commoner in the original story. Her becoming a commoner would make it more difficult for them to get together. Whereas now they are at equivalent social status

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        2. Masaya stated that he couldn’t *personally* buy out their company with his own money, which he earned with minor stock trading. This is basically his own pocket money. He never mentioned whether his family could. Reika was overreacting.

          Apply abductive reasoning or parsimony here. In the absence of evidence, don’t just make up stuff. Keep things simple.

          1) The Kisshouins in the past timeline were indeed guilty of wrongdoing.
          2) They were so noxious that the Kaburagi’s thought it was worth the radical move of buying them out simply to ruin them. Not because it was profitable or wise to expand. And no seriously. Buying out companies in real life just isn’t that simple, even for stupidly rich people like the Kaburagis. And they also have unwritten blue-blooded social rules to obey.
          3) Reika’s nagging of her dad actually worked. Either that or her personal spending habits didn’t drive him to desperately earn more money than was reasonable.

          None of these take any secret conspiracies, breaks in Enjou’s established character or yet-to-be-revealed evidence. None of it is a giant logical leap.

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          1. And yes, it is a nerd pet peeve of mine.

            Everybody I run into on the internet seems to mistake superficially complicated ideas for *good* ideas.

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  11. Is it true that this novel is in hiatus now? Really sad if the author choose to drop this wonderful story, though yeah, the translation haven’t reach the latest chapter yet but still. Anyone know the reason for the hiatus?


  12. After speed reading through all the chapters I have finally reached the end…. now I wait…. *sob*

    Thank you for your translations and take all the time you need though ╰(*´︶`*)╯♡

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  13. Thank you sooo much for the update! I really love this series, it keeps cracking me up every time!
    I really appreciate it, that you keep translating it!

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  14. Finally made it to the latest chapter after 3 days 😅😂
    My word Reika-sama, could you perhaps be entertaining a possible addition to the Forever Alone Village such as myself? 😅😂😂

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  15. This story is waaay to addicting! I have spent the last few days reading up to this chapter and really love this story!
    Thank you so much for translating it :)


      1. I am just grateful, that you keep translating it and rereading all the old chapters xD
        Since i can´t translate it I just want to give kudos to you for translating it :DD
        But now I am really anticipating the new chapter ;)


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