That's not how I interpret it. Kei-chan liked her back, but left to Tokyo for college. Then they reunite years later.
I agree with you, because later on they didn't only kiss again once but twice again. That felt like the love was conveyed. And then yeah, off to go do adulting. I'm confident that they'll get back together, although poor girl at the festival with Nao. She genuinely looked happy to be there with Nao.
Shion, despite being written as a somewhat clumsy minded character who has a Melissa complex, is super smart. How was she able to create a golem with such emotions? It's crazy how human-like Rehm is; to be specific her mentality. Like Rehm is starting to become her own person, love that for her.
ToH is probably one of the best cartoon I have ever watched. It really drew me in from episode 1. And I am super bummed out it's gone too soon. I personally believe that milking a series dry is never the way to go, but ToH was going at such a great pace, and I really felt like there was so much more to uncover. I appreciate the writing, in a way where it doesn't show bias. And although the series is centered around Luz's adventure; it's not all about her. There is a story for almost every character. And I especially enjoy the fact that Luz doesn't have to be there for everything to happen. There are many times where things are happening, and she doesn't need to be there for that to progress. That is just so refreshing to see. Because it is something that most writers don't know how to do anymore. Where they show heavy bias for their one main character, and center everything and everyone around their main character. And for that I appreciate ToH for being one of the most memorable and enjoyable cartoon I'll ever watch.
Okiku is based on a Japanese ghost story, found this on Wiki and thought it'll be interesting so:
"Banchō Sarayashiki (番町皿屋敷, The Dish Mansion at Banchō) is a Japanese ghost story (kaidan) of broken trust and broken promises, leading to a dismal fate. "
Here is how the story goes: "Once there was a beautiful servant named Okiku. She worked for the samurai Aoyama Tessan. Okiku often refused him when he said he was in love with her and wanted to marry her, so he tricked her into believing that she had carelessly lost one of the family's ten precious Delft plates. Such a crime would normally result in her death. In a frenzy, she counted and recounted the nine plates many times. However, she could not find the tenth and went to Aoyama in guilty tears. The samurai offered to overlook the matter if she finally became his lover, but again she refused. Enraged, Aoyama threw her down a well to her death."
For those of you who are confused on why she counts to 9*. Though the rest of the story might be a spoiler to this manga, so I won't say anymore. Don't read the Wiki on Okiku to avoid accidental spoilers.
How come Iris doesn't age?(I think I missed something). AND I was so looking forward to a romantic development between Iris and the gal with the horse(forgot her name), but their interactions withe one another was seriously cute.
Yeah I think there was a translation error. Chapter 1(assuming that the introduction text was going from the witch from the top to the bottom) we learn that Rem's master is The Witch Of The South, making Kuro's master The Witch Of The East. North hasn't been shown(except for the introduction) nor was their familiar, and of course West is the master of Yoru.