Let’s have another Kumiko’s close-up shot parade for this week.
Just a friendly reminder that hydrangea is a bit toxic, it’s still beautiful though.
Things are getting gray right now, while KyoAni sure trying to put some jokes here and there to lighten the plot, the entire nuance of this episode is nothing but gloomy.
Katou Hazuki is a former tennis club member. Decidedly joined the concert club at highschool, and was aiming to play trumpet but wrong-handedly bought tuba mouthpiece instead.
I hope people don’t find out that all these Euphonium writings is just an excuse for me to post Kumiko’s close-up shots.
I finally noticed that rather than a preview of the next episode, KyoAni put a review of the previous instead, then climaxing with the opening theme, successfully bringing up the tension.
The ep started with the usual club pre-activities, all the freshmen preparing the music room. We still know a little about Reina, but now she talks to Kumiko, the case with Kumiko’s past is settled and that’s enough to let all Kumiko’s worries disappear.
Now the actual practice begin! Apparently they have all the sections practice separately. I suppose Kumiko is not a beginner, yet she takes the belly-breathing practice with Hazuki. The next thing happened is Asuka taking them to choose their instruments.
Just when I thought no one dragging out the story.
Now Kumiko is troubled trying to get along with Reina, she actually has no reason to try but the fact that she keeps dwelling on that past event is annoying even for her two friends, she has to talk with Reina.
It’s probably because Amagi was so bad, that I didn’t expect this to be so good.
It’s probably because Kyoto Animation made this, and I’m your typical KyoAni-fag.
It’s probably because it’s about music, and I hardly dislike music-related series.
It’s probably because the story is centered around all adorable high-school girls, and I’m a sucker for cute girls doing cute things.
It’s probably because Sound! Euphonium, is just so good, that I can’t help to adore it.