This review on Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai! Chapter 9 contains spoilers. If you haven't seen the chapters, we recommend that you do so and then go back to read the review.
Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai! - Chapter 9: Uzaki Tsuki wants a thrill?
Sakurai received too much money to make up for the Uzaki futon that was handed over. However, it was so much that he felt guilty and he decides to return the remaining money directly to Uzaki's mother as she does not accept it. Upon arriving at Uzaki's house, his mother, Tsuki Uzaki, appears, who when she sees Sakurai is intimidated by his gaze, but the feeling doesn't last long.
Tsuki visits her daughter's workplace and finds that Sakurai also works there. With whom he is more awake after a misunderstanding on his part when he visited his house to return the remaining money. Speaking to Ami and her father, Tsuki notices her daughter's good performance at work and that Sakurai doesn't stand behind her, but is sometimes not very good at expressing herself. Before Tsuki leaves the cafe, he again believes that Sakurai is behind her body.
After hearing her Senpai compare her to her mother, Uzaki begins to act more kindly after watching her for a while. The change in your attitude is so pronounced that it even affects the way you serve customers. Sakurai can't stand Uzaki's new way of acting, so she apologizes for making things go back to normal. Although Uzaki and Sakurai continue to argue for a few words, they are stopped by a little girl who gives them a ticket in exchange for reconciliation.
The favorite of many
I honestly think I'm not the only one who likes Tsuki Uzaki more than his daughter Hana Uzaki. With genes that demonstrate kinship with his daughter and a mindset that a character has inherited into player. Tsuki Uzaki is my favorite in Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai!and share a seat with Ami for the moment.
Although Tsuki has an age difference to Sakurai, I would personally choose her over Hana. However, this is impossible considering that Tsuki is a married woman and I would rather not imagine anything as far as the genre I hate most in the world of anime and manga. But if I wasn't married, I would have already started "attacking".
Although Tsuki has held a high position in my personal female character rating Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai!It's not that the character seems perfect to me because there is one small detail that he shares a place with Ami for and he didn't outdo her, his voice. It's not that I don't like his voice, it's that he doesn't quite convince me. Ironically, I like the tone of the voice, but every time I heard Tsuki Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai! - Chapter 9 couldn't help but feel like it didn't fit the character.
The seiyuu that is gives Tsuki a voice Saori Hayamiwho has also done it in characters like: Kotori Iida (Amaama after Inazuma), Shirayuki (Akagami no Shirayuki-hime), Himawari uzumaki (Boruto: Naruto Next Generations), Chiriko Tsurumi (AnoHana), Kokoro (Darling in franxx), among many others.
I may not get used to his voice as we are nearing the end of the season and it's not like Tsuki is a main character. So your appearances will be rare. Of course when you have more in the rest Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai!.
I prefer the normal Uzaki
Like Sakurai, I like normal Uzaki a lot more. The lively and annoying Kouhai who takes every opportunity to crack a joke compared to the docile and gentle Uzaki's previous episode or to the manner and courtesy of Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai! - Chapter 9. Mainly because, after seeing what a Hana would look like who always had one of these two personalities, I can't help but think that the first (the gentle and gentle) was boring while the second (the most friendly and polite) it gave me chills.
In fact, I confess that in Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai! - Chapter 9, Hana's character made me disgusting throughout her personality change performance. I was completely uncomfortable watching this whole scene. Something I liked as much as possible because it meant I was immersed in the episode in one way or another. I feel like another additional character on the show, like I'm another 'X' customer.
Just as I shared Sakurai's feeling of despair in that scene. I could also feel Tsukis when I discovered that her daughter was sleeping with a man, very casually. Although nothing out of the ordinary was shown at the time (during the conversation in which Tsuki learned that the senpai was a man), he could sense an ominous aura from Tsuki. So he could only wait to see the reprimand little Hana would receive.
Of course, in the end it wasn't as much as I had imagined, or I would have put myself in Tsuki's shoes. Since Hana went to Sakurai's house shortly after the business ended there as if nothing had happened. All thanks to the fact that Tsuki has a perfect mentality for being an anime character where there is more misunderstanding than "plot" based on the title of the series. player.
Now, I'd like to know how Sakurai and Hana ended up together (and alone) on the Tottori trip they won. Something that, by the way, I thought they would leave as supenso by the next chapter, but I guess they showed the beginning of the journey to him Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai! - Chapter 9, along with all of these details of the Detective Conan. Of course, it was frustrating that they had so little time that they couldn't be seen in "more detail" than if the next chapter had appeared.
Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai preview! - Chapter 10
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On that occasion, with the award that the two of them went on the trip alone, I would think they would be showing a short film in which it looks like they are having a romantic moment. With the appearance of the two "shadows" at the end of the episode and the two "companions" who surely met "by chance" on the trip. I don't think it will happen, or at least not as naturally as I would have imagined.
I'm now looking forward to a time when these two additional characters get closer on the journey. To be honest, I have to see more action in other characters and not just in the protagonists. That I'm starting to feel a big gap in character development between the main and supporting characters.