It’s finally over. This episode was just one big wrap-up. No real surprises.
It’s nice that Takemoto gets some time alone with Hagu, and have a nice talk. Best scene in this episode for me.
And when Takemoto describes his apartment as he leaves it, it really hits hard that it’s all over. It’s time to say goodbye to a great show, a nice story, and its interesting characters.
Thank you, Chika Umino, for Honey and Clover. 🙂
Review will be posted when I get over the fact the show is over, or when I have the time. Whichever comes first.