I must have been reading too many tragedies lately because I kept reading, fully expecting it to be revealed she actually died from the jump and that everything taking place in the retconned version was really just a dying what if. Pretty cute for what it had to show tho.
I was actually expecting them both jumping into the ocean in the end.
(Don’t get me wrong—I love this story and think the characters are adorable. But the attempt to fit the values of this storyworld into a version of the historical time period leads to some very weird disjunctions.)
In the end it is just a setting for the story to happen in. A very modified setting that resembles our modern world values more then any 100 years old ones.
"It is your job to figure out what lies behind an order..."
Ah so that is why Japan lost the war.
I think it basically translates as “Shut up and obey the order. If you can’t figure out the reason for it, that’s your problem.”
Which is not exactly a great thing. She does not even have the information to understand the order. How is that going to teach her anything? They are students so shouldn't the "teacher" explain the orders so the students understand why the orders are issued?
That was very pretty, but the drama seemed kind of forced. If she was only in that job to let loose and de-stress from her daily life, then I don't understand the angst at the end. She found someone special she could be with when she eventually quits the job, but acts more like she's owned by the place.
Also I would suspect is is against labor laws to forbid them to date. What you do in your private time does not concern your boss.
Plot twist. actually walked in upon that scene and fainted from sudden yuri exposure, prompting her mind to interpret it as all being part of a dream in order to restore basic function. Nico and Maki are simply too embarrassed to correct her.
Are we really still having characters thinking girls only get together in girls schools and those relationships stop after they graduate in the year of our lord 2020, I want to put a bullet in the brain of the class S genre
But generally relationship start from highschool doesn't hold up during college years. They may even broken up and find comfort at other women :v. This isn't really a class S piece by any stretch.
Well the main girl thinks it would be boys once they go to a mixed school. So yes that is a bit of a lame trope.