Waver – 05: Fune wo Amu (The Great Passage)

Sorry for the hiatus on this series folks!. I’ve just been so tired and barely push out any other posts. I’m hoping to finish off this series as there isn’t much episodes left. So without further ado, lets dive in.

Mitsuya asks Masashi to help him write a love letter. This surprises Masashi. Masashi looks over Mitsuya’ feeble attempt at a love letter and sees just how badly written it is. He agrees to help him on it, just then Matsumoto walks in. Masashi notes that it isn’t their monthly meeting scheduled. Masashi wants to know what “it” is. Just then Masashi is called in to a meeting. Masashi is hit with a bombshell. He is being transferred over to the PR department. In the spring. Not only that he has to revise the Genbu Japanese learning dictionary. Alongside the great passage. He told the team they have to revise the learning dictionary, but didn’t have the heart to tell them about his transfer.

I have decided to share my feelings with Kaguya!

— Mitsuya

Araki notes that be revising the learning dictionary, they will essentially be funding themselves. Mitsuya wants to give it his all on the great passage. Matsumoto tells Mitsuya that he can gain valuable experience from doing some revised work on the learning dictionary. Masashi is shocked about the team’ willingness to do this. And then abruptly leaves the meeting, saying he has another appointment elsewhere.

Point of interests:
  • Masashi is taken back by Mitsuya’ forthcoming on his love letter to Kaguya
  • Mitsuya’ attempt at a love letter reads like a ceremonial letter
  • Masashi originally applied for the PR department but didn’t get it

Episode 5 - 1F

Episode 5 - 1E


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