Narumi rushes over to Alice's place to find the other NEETs there waiting for him. Alice manages to find Ayaka's cell phone, which leads to the Fourth's club. They find the phone and a crazy guy on Angel Fix there, but no Hakamizaka. Narumi leaves with Major, but on the way, he notices a strange flashing when the light hits the packaging of the Angel Fix. Later, he shows everyone and it turns out to be angel wings. Alice concludes that the flashing wings are coupled with the visual enhancement from Angel Fix to serve as a guide. Narumi offers to take the drug in order to find a dealer. However, when he takes the drug, he becomes annoyed at the other NEETs talking to him through the receiver and takes it off. He has a vision of Ayaka as an angel and rushes towards her, managing to find a dealer. The other NEETs trail the dealer, while Tetsu tries to calm Narumi. Narumi wakes up to find Alice, who tells him that Ayaka committed suicide because she took Angel Fix, which amplified her regret from growing the flower components of the drug. Everyone joins the Fourth in a search for the dealers' hideout, and they manage to find Hakamizaka. Hakamizaka is high on Angel Fix and admits to forcing Ayaka to take the drug to stop her from going to the police. Hakamizaka starts to hallucinate that Alice is an angel, which Alice uses to tell him that he isn't going to heaven. Meanwhile, the Fourth finds Toshi, choosing to offer him to Narumi, who beats him up. However, Tetsu stops him before he can kill Toshi. Finally, Angel Fix is finished. However, seasons pass, but Ayaka doesn't wake up. One morning, Narumi finds Alice at the school waiting for him. Alice tells him that Ayaka jumped from the roof to prevent the cultural festival from violating her special ground with Narumi. At that moment, the sun rises, and all of flowers bloom, forming the symbol that Narumi made for Ayaka's armband. The series ends as Ayaka opens her eyes.Watch Now:Amazon
Minli's sarashi is stolen by a stalker and so the gang decides to go out and find the culprit. Alice attempts to act arrogant when Minli asks for her help, but Minli quickly stops this by picking her up. Minli initially refuses Alice's help, but after some comments from Narumi, she changes her mind. They start by investigating the strange man that has been coming into the ramen shop. He buys a ramen, takes one sip, then pays and leaves. They try to tail him, but lose him. Later, Narumi is telling Alice about a lock that Minli refuses to have changed. Alice realizes something and tells everyone to drop the security around the shop. Major gives Narumi a strange ball and tells him to use it if he sees the intruder. Narumi throws it at the suspicious man and it turns out to be a flashbang. The man turns out to be an executive from a lingerie department. He proceeds to go on a tirade about Minli's breasts, which prompts her to beat the crap out of him. Alice stops her from touching him, though, wanting to first explain the case to her. She reveals that there was another person entering and exiting the house, which left the door unlocked for pervy stalker to come in. Turns out, ramen guy was actually Minli's father, who had left the shop to her when she was young. Because Minli had refused to change the locks, he was still about to get into the shop. He gives her the recipe for his soup and leaves a note asking to try some of her ice cream the next time. The next day, pervy stalker leaves a bra for Alice at her door. Alice believes that it was Narumi's doing, as he brought it in, and gets mad.Watch Now:Amazon
Emika is retrieving Ichika because the latter is on a planet where contact with its lifeforms is forbidden under their Federation laws, and the only solution is for her to leave this planet before things get messier. Ichika reluctantly agrees, but changes her mind when Kanna and the others arrive to stop her. Learning certain information from Emika, Remon tells them that Ichika may stay if the earthly spot Ichika has seen in her imagination is found in order to prove a probable previous contact between aliens and human beings. As the group finds the place, the search team arrives and starts a pursuit. Since Rinon's teleport function becomes disabled, Remon takes the others to the spot using a van specially prepared with Emika's help; with Tetsuro, Mio, and Kanna becoming bio-signature decoys for the pursuing rescue craft. However, a few kilometers from the site, the rescue craft overturns the van.Watch Now:Amazon
After Ichika enjoys her first Japanese festival, Lemon pops out of nowhere to challenge everyone to a test of courage at a dark shrine. During the test Rinon appears to Ichika, telling that an emergency beacon has been activated. True enough, a League lifeboat (a rescue drone) comes to rescue her (it's more of taking her by force), but Ichika says she has still a lot to do. Then again, when Kaito hears Ichika scream, he rushed to where she is, abandoning his partner Kanna. Even with the help of Rinna, one of Ichika's machines, Kaito dies rescuing "the one he loves." Ichika, however, manages to reverse Kaito's death. Kaito awakens and sees himself with Ichika inside a ball of light, and mysteriously returning to the same spot. Everyone catches up to the two and sees Ichika incessantly apologizing in front of Kaito.Watch Now:Amazon
Things turn awkward the next day, but they try to put it behind them. More complications arrive when Manami, Tetsurō's married sister, takes a homebound Kaito for shopping. Ichika sees them, and followed them via teleportation with Rinon's help, even at her place. Worried about what will happen next, Ichika enters and tries to take him home...though not without clashing a bit with Manami, acting like an overprotective lover, until Tetsurō comes to clear things up, that Manami is already married, and she's here because of a petty quarrel with her husband. As an apology Ichika asked Kaito for a favor from him. He asked if she could help him review for the finals, to which she agreed, and helped him study until the final day of exams.Watch Now:Amazon
Narumi rushes to the hospital in response to his call telling him that the Fourth was attacked. He is in unstable condition and unconscious, which Narumi relays to Alice. Maki calls from the concert to ask Narumi to email her the concert documents. However, when Narumi goes to do it, he finds an email from the Fourth addressed to him, half done and telling him that he's in charge if something were to happen to the Fourth. Narumi goes back to the ramen shop to find the rest of the guys ready to go out and kill Renji, but he is able to stop them from dirtying the Fourth's name and they acknowledge him as leader. Later, Alice warns Narumi that Renji had miscalculated because of Narumi and that he will come after him soon. Narumi goes back to his job helping with the concert and the day of the concert arrives. Narumi isolates himself and has the vocals of the band wear a replica of Renji's shirt to lure him out, which succeeds. Alice appears to reveal that the embroidery on Renji's real shirt is the same as that of Narumi's concert shirt. She concludes that they must have been made by the same person. Alice reveals that Hison survived, but lost her womb in the incident, and that she is actually the owner of the shop Narumi had visited so many times, having taken the name Yoshiki. Renji asks why the Fourth hid everything and Alice responds that he was trying to protect Renji from the information that Hison was with the Gotouda Group's leader and pregnant. The Fourth then shows up in his injured state to confirm everything. The Fourth and Renji get into a fistfight and finally resolve their issues. The concert goes off without a hitch and Narumi later returns to the ramen shop to find Renji's sunglasses there. Narumi grabs them and rushes off to Alice, who tells him where Renji is and gives him Renji's shirt. Narumi finds Renji, asking him to stay in Tokyo, but Renji insists on leaving. Narumi returns Renji's shirt, but with the embroidery finally finished, and Renji leavWatch Now:Amazon
Narumi meet Renji to talk. Renji tells Narumi that he will kill him if he sees him again, but Narumi tries to convince Renji to tell him the story between the Fourth and him. Renji starts to tell him, revealing that the Fourth and him lived together with a girl named Hison before. The two men had an agreement that neither would make a move on Hison and that both would protect her from other men. Renji tells Narumi that the Fourth used Hison as a shield in a fight against the Gotouda Group, causing her death. Renji vows revenge and tells Narumi to stay out of it. Narumi later talks with Yoshiki, who tells him a bit about the Fourth. Narumi realizes how much the Fourth cared about Renji and calls him to beg him to ask Alice for help. The Fourth later comes by the ramen shop to finally ask Alice to help him out, and he finds out that the other NEETs were already on it. Narumi confronts the Fourth about Hison, but the Fourth refuses to tell him more. He later asks Alice, who warns him that investigating may cause him to lose a friend, but he chooses to do so anyway. Narumi later finds out from Hiroaki that on the day of Hison's death, the Fourth was seen with a bleeding shoulder as well. More importantly, there were reports of another woman's voice coming from the apartment. He rushes over to the Fourth to find that the butterfly tattoo on his shoulder actually covers that scar, so he concludes that the men were actually after Hison, not the Fourth. The Fourth refuses to tell him anything, so he goes to talk with Alice again, who tells him that the Gotouda Group's leader divorced his wife right after Hison's death, which leads her to conclude that the culprit is the ex-wife. She also concludes that Hison was pregnant, due to the fact that she was stabbed in the abdomen. Alice tells Narumi that he needs to hurry and tell Renji the truth about the incident, but Narumi gets a call as he leaves that the Fourth has been attacked.
The Yakuza show up for the money that Meo has, but Minli, owner of the ramen shop where Alice sets up HQ, refuses them. The next day, Narumi finds that Meo has disappeared with the money. Despite Alice's warnings, he rushes off to find her. When he finds her, they are attacked by the Yakuza. Narumi is getting beaten up, but then the guys from the dojo show up to dish out some pain. Realizing his weakness, Narumi asks the Fourth, leader of the dojo, to perform a sake ritual with him to formally induct him into the dojo. With that done, there is still the problem of the money Meo has. However, Narumi gets the idea to split the money into small portions and transfer them all into Kusakabe's bank account (Kusakabe is Meo's father), scheduling all of it to be transferred to the corporation that's after Meo, the Kishiwada Corporation. Because the money is dirty, it will cause problems for the Yakuza members. The Yakuza freak out, but Narumi later reveals that it was just a bluff. However, the company is forced to bring Kusakabe to stop the “transaction”, as the account is in his name. When they show up, the Fourth and the guys from the dojo proceed to beat the crap out of them. Meo shows up, and Kusakabe breaks free after seeing her. Distracted by the touching scene, Narumi gets punched in the face by Tetsu (his own ally). The next day, Narumi arrives to find Meo preparing to go out with her father in Alice's room, much to Alice's dismay. However, the case is closed and everyone lives happily ever after.
Ayaka is hospitalized and unconscious with low chance of recovery. Everyone is noticeably shaken with what happened until Narumi finally returns to the ramen shop, asking Tetsu to teach him how to fight properly. Narumi then asks Alice to help him, with her once again warning him about the burden of this knowledge. Alice tells him that she knows why she would want to kill herself, but doesn't know why she chose the school roof, which was too low to ensure death. Just like Narumi, Alice blames herself for not stopping Ayaka, but Narumi is able to comfort her. She then officially makes Narumi her assistant for this case. The next day, Alice orders Narumi to go to the greenhouse, where the Fourth is waiting. Narumi finds out from a teacher that Ayaka was growing some rare flowers in the greenhouse, but there were none there when he was in the greenhouse. Narumi realizes that they may have something to do with Angel Fix and rushes to Alice to check. However, Alice first shows him a picture of Hakamizaka Shirou, who Narumi recognizes as the person who was talking with Toshi last episode. She concludes that he is the man who created Angel Fix, having mutated a flower that he found while studying abroad to create it. Toshi was one of Hakamizaka's distributors, using Ayaka to grow the raw ingredients. The Fourth mobilizes everyone under him to create a giant search party for those responsible for Angel Fix. Narumi later tells the other NEETs his theory that Ayaka overheard what they were talking about before and realized that she had been helping grow narcotics. He believes that it is possible that Ayaka spoke to Toshi that night, so he resolves to find out, sending the NEETs out to find him. That night, Narumi receives a call from Toshi from Ayaka's phone, confirming his theory that they met. Toshi sounds crazed, but he tries to arrange a meeting with Narumi. Then, he suddenly starts to regret what has happened, begging Narumi to help him before Hakamizaka beats him up. Ha
Narumi ran into Renji at the zoo. The two have a nice chat about random things and Renji mentions a friend that he used to have in Tokyo. Narumi gets called to go back to work at the concert again, but Renji tries to stop him for some reason. He returns to see the fire trucks, as the venue has been set on fire. Also, Alice shows up, having worried about Narumi because he didn't pick up his phone and his GPS was by the fire. The Fourth also calls Narumi to ask him about the fire as well as tell him that they have found the one who stole their t-shirts in the last episode. Narumi shows up to see the culprit, and the culprit starts saying random things about angels and mentions Hirasaka. The Fourth then beats the crap out of him, but later tells Narumi that there was another person that had the key to the room with the t-shirts. He tells Narumi that the true culprit is none other than Hirasaka Renji. Later, Alice asks Narumi about his strange behavior and he tells her about his meeting with Hirasaka Renji. The next day, he confronts the Fourth and tells him that he met Renji. The Fourth starts to question him, but Narumi refuses to talk, telling him to seek Alice's help. The Fourth refuses, telling Narumi to stay away from Renji. Narumi goes out with Ayaka and a couple of the guys from the dojo join them for protection. Narumi is able to lose them easily, though, but they end up getting attacked by some guys. However, Tetsu shows up in time to help them out. That night, Narumi gets a call from Renji asking him to meet up and return his shirt. Before he goes, he visits Alice, who tells him about the evil of Hirasaka Renji. Narumi still intends to return the shirt, though, which causes Alice to start throwing things at him. She then gives him one of her stuffed animals, an owl that will “protect” him, and lets him sleep on her bed that night with her. The next day, Narumi leaves without the shirt, knowing that Renji will just disappear if he just gives it up. The epi
The other NEETs ask Toshi where he's been and what he's been doing. He starts to cough, but pushes Ayaka away when she tries to help. Narumi goes out to talk with him alone. Toshi insults Ayaka a bit, but has another coughing fit and pulls out some strange pills. When asked, he calls it “Angel Fix” and wanders off. Narumi talks with Tetsu about it later, but Tetsu tells him not to tell Ayaka that her brother is taking drugs. The next day, Narumi walks into Alice's room to find Ayaka trying to fix up her hair, but she is kicked out when the Fourth arrives with a job. The Fourth is there to ask Alice about Angel Fix. Alice calls the rest of the NEETs up and Narumi tells them about Toshi having Angel Fix. They all set out to find Toshi, but the Fourth stops Narumi from helping this time. Later, Ayaka is grilling Narumi because she is being left out, which causes Narumi to remember what her brother said about being his replacement. He asks her if he is her brother's replacement, which causes her to run off. He tries to apologize the next day, but she just brushes him off. The next day, Narumi skips school, and Ayaka starts to worry. The two apologize to each other, and Narumi gives her a new armband to replace the one he accidentally ripped the day before. Ayaka assures Narumi is not a replacement, and tells him that she originally started gardening on the roof just to have an excuse to meet him. A few days later, Ayaka is asked by one of the teachers to move the planters on the roof for a school event. She gets a bit depressed about this and stays late. However, when she gets back to the shop, she overhears Major and Tetsu talking about Toshi. Later, Narumi offers to confront the teacher about the planters on the roof, which makes Ayaka smile. However, the episode ends with a shot of her falling out of a school window into a bed of flowers.
Narumi introduce an online game called Power Play Ball, or Powerebo for short. While he's at the arcade playing this game, a few men barge in, one of whom Narumi recognizes as Nemo. The men are trying to raise the rent for the arcade, which would likely lead to it closing down. Major argues against them, and they propose a gamble with the loser backing off, which Tetsu agrees to immediately. They point at a Powerebo machine and say they will use baseball to decide the winner and Major accepts. However, Major doesn't realize that they are talking about a real baseball game. Major starts to try to round up a team, and the Fourth shows up with some guys from the Hirasaka Group to fill up the remaining slots. Alice decides to become the coach for the team. The day of the game approaches, and Alice reveals that their opponents are quite the tough bunch. Narumi reveals to the rest of the NEETs that Nemo was formerly a baseball player. The day of the game arrives, and the NEETs start strong with the Fourth's pitching, but Nemo comes out to hit a home run on the first pitch. The NEET Teddy Bears are able to stay relatively even with the Yakuza team, but Nemo has yet to pitch. The Fourth is reaching his limit, and Alice laments the lack of data on Nemo, so Narumi rushes back to the arcade to check if the game has any information. Finally, Nemo comes to the mound. With the Fourth out of commission, two outs, and a runner on first, Narumi steps up to bat in the Fourth's place. However, Alice finally comes out into the open to take Narumi's place. Nemo has trouble with the first couple of pitches, but gets three strikes on Alice. However, the last pitch is not caught and Alice makes a break for the bases. Narumi then finally steps up to bat, hitting foul ball after foul ball. Finally, on the 21st pitch, Narumi is able to hit the ball cleanly and win the game. When Nemo comes to demand how Narumi knew his style, Narumi reveals that it was all present in Powerebo. The next day, M
Alice's annoyed at Narumi for trying to wash her stuffed animals. The Fourth walks in to ask Narumi to help him run a concert. Alice shows off a little tsundere at the thought of Narumi being away and busy with the concert. The Fourth later talks to Narumi alone and tells him that the job is more dangerous than he let on. Turns out one of the band's former promoters is the Yanagihara Group, who have ties with the Yakuza. The band didn't want that group to sponsor them, so they turned to the Fourth. However, it's possible that the Yanagihara Group bites back. Narumi starts to promote and help out with the concert. While he's out alone, he runs into a man named Hirasaka, who is being threatened by some thugs. He starts to beat the crap out of them, but Narumi stops him by pouring his drink on Hirasaka's shirt. He later introduces himself as Renji and forces Narumi to buy him some clothes. While they're at a restaurant, Renji notices some thugs out the window and runs off. Later that day, Minli asks Narumi to go out and pick up an apron for her, but he runs into the Fourth at the shop. The Fourth gets really angry seeing Narumi and orders him not to tell anyone about the shop. The shop's owner, Yoshiki, starts to tell Narumi embarrassing things about the Fourth, which greatly annoys him. However, this ends when the Fourth gets a call that the venue for the concert has been attacked. When they return, they are informed that the shirts have been stolen from the storeroom. They are unable to figure out who it was that broke in, though. The next day, Narumi goes to Ueno for concert business and Alice asks him to go to the zoo to take pictures of capybaras for her. The episode ends with Narumi running into Renji while he's there.
Sorata tells Mashiro that he is planning to leave, which upsets her. That night, the residents of Sakura Dormitory celebrate Tanabata with some children. After it is interrupted by rain, Mashiro gets news that she has lost the competition, and when Sorata tries to comfort her, he says something unintentional and runs out into the rain where he is consoled by Jin, who admits that he sometimes wants Misaki to fail so that she will not seem so far above him. Sorata admits he felt the same about the manga competition. The next day, when Sorata and Nanami are searching for cat owners, a woman shows up in a car and tells Sorata to get in. The woman tells him that Mashiro lost the competition because she ended the manga poorly by having one of the main characters leave. Sorata goes back to the dormitory and confesses his dream to create video games through the door to Mashrio, but finds her asleep. He notices that she had changed the ending to one where the character stays, then he gets a call informing him that Mashiro's manga would be published if she changed the ending. When Mashiro wakes up, he tells her the news and she tells him to start calling her Mashiro rather than Shiina. After Jin and Misaki reveal that they heard the whole thing go down, an embarrassed Sorata declares that he wants to stay at Sakura Dormitory.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Alice's new case is another missing person, but this time it's a guy who's having problems with the Yakuza. The case is brought to her by his daughter, Meo, who is worried after receiving a phone call from him that's quite grim. Narumi, the new assistant, is tasked with some investigating, but doesn't find much.Watch Now:Amazon
Delirious with fever after signing the contract with the town, Takamiya strays into a space between dimensions known as "the cycle of recollection." There, he sees the memories of Kazane, the former contractor, including images of himself and Kagari when they were younger.
Against Kasumi's wishes, Kagari has declared that she will protect Takamiya around the clock. She visits the family to explain this to his mother, who turns out to be an old friend of Kagari Kazane and reveals that the two of them were already betrothed.
After Takamiya's fight with the town's delinquent ringleader, Rinon, Kagari decides to resume his witch training. He has been making an effort to work out and toughen up on his own, but it looks like it'll take more time before he can control his own instincts.
Since Takamiya became Kagari's apprentice, the two are spending even more time together. Other students are outraged that he's monopolizing their "Princess," but he tells himself it's all part of his training.
Garou is at last surrounded by multiple heroes and forced to fight, even though he’s covered in wounds and nearly at his limit. The hero hunter still has his incredible ability to read opponents’ fighting styles, but there are surprises in store for all.Watch Now:Amazon
Minnie C and her group took advantage of a moment's negligence to kidnap Sana. Left behind at his office, Zoroku demands answers from Naito as to just what Sana really is. Meanwhile, the giant "arms" controlled by Minnie C have Sana completely trapped, and Minnie C asks her, "Did you think that you were human?" Just when it seems all hope is lost, Sana's powerful thoughts take the situation in an unexpected direction...Watch Now:Amazon
Rin is intent on wiping out the demons, but without a plan, it'd be too easy for some to escape. With that in mind, Ysley contacts another Idaten named Prontea to formulate a strategy, while the demons begin their own divide-and-conquer campaign against their divine enemies.
Since Sana had nowhere to go, Zoroku decided to let her stay in his own home for the time being. After he finds out that the previous day's incident isn't being covered by any media, he makes a call to an old friend. Meanwhile, Sana awakens to find Zoroku's granddaughter, Sanae, watching over her. Sanae says her grandpa asked her to keep an eye on Sana while he went to work. Sana was untrusting at first, but they eventually warm up to each other. Then Sana recalls her time spent at the research facility...Watch Now:Amazon
Makoto finds her old robe and realizes she's outgrown it, so she decides to make a new one. She also decides to surprise Chinatsu by making her one, too.
Makoto, Kei, Chinatsu, and Nao go herb picking in the mountains. Chinatsu enjoys picking the herbs but not eating them. However, Akane told her that she can't be a good witch if she's picky with food. She makes an effort to eat some herbs, but they are too bitter for her. To help relieve the bitterness, Akane suggests paying a visit to a nearby cafe to grab a slice of cake.
Ten days have passed in the outside world since Sana and Hatori got trapped in Wonderland. Ayumu, remembering a promise they once made, begins to worry that Hatori won't ever come back. As he and Sanae search, Zoroku looks back on on all the things that have happened since they met Sana. Meanwhile, Sana and Hatori finally find an exit out of Wonderland, but it has already begun expanding at an accelerated rate, to the point that it's affecting the outside world...Watch Now:Amazon
As Hatori's parents desperately search for Hatori, it is revealed that she and Sana have been missing for ten days in the real world. In Wonderland, the two girls attempt to find a new exit and come across a rabbit that is holding Hatori's cell phone.Watch Now:Amazon
In a deep, remote forest, a blond-haired girl runs amidst heavy rain and wind. Some pursue her, while others extend a hand to help her. As various motives tangle together, the girl, named Sana, makes her flight to the outside world for the first time in her life. In the end, Sana arrives at the bustling district of Kabukicho in Tokyo's Shinjuku Ward. In a convenience store there, she meets Kashimura Zoroku, the quintessential "stubborn old man."Watch Now:Amazon
When Sana and Zoroku are loaded onto a cargo ship, the one who appears to rescue them is Cabinet Information Research Office agents Ichijo Shizuku and Yamada Noriko. As they all plan their escape, Minnie C stand before them once again. As she attacks with the invisible arms that she can control freely, Ichijo links with Yamada to unleash various abilities of her own. As this battle between Dreams of Alice rages on, Sana tells Zoroku what she truly wishes for.Watch Now:Amazon
Kashimura Floral is in an uproar after Sana uses her Dream of Alice, suddenly landing herself and Sanae in the shop. Even after things quiet down, Zoroku scolds Sana for breaking her promise not to use her power. Then Naito, an old acquaintance of Zoroku's, enters the scene with a proposal for Zoroku. Meanwhile, Kito and his team in pursuit of Sana are steadily closing in...Watch Now:Amazon
The entry-level witch, Makoto Kowata, leaves her parents' house as she begins high school. She moves in with her relatives in Aomori in order to begin her training as a witch. On the day of the move-in, her cousin, Chinatsu, overhears Makoto speaking with her cat and thinks she's a weirdo. Her other cousin, Kei, introduces her to his friend from school, Nao Ishiwatari, but...Watch Now:Amazon
Makoto, Kei, and Chinatsu meet a fortune teller at the Cherry Blossom Festival. It turns out, she is a witch named Inukai and knows Akane. A dreadful spell was cast on her by Akane, so Makoto feels obliged to undo the spell and invites her over to their house. Will Makoto successfully undo Akane's spell?
The seasons have quickly turned to winter. The matter of the research facility has been resolved, and life is normal again in Zoroku's household. Sana seems to have fully adjusted to being a member of the Kashimura family, as well. After seeing Sanae off on her way to school, she heads for the flower shop with Zoroku, where she sometimes helps with his work. She still has some trouble with stamina, but she has adapted well to the outside world. Then, one day, Sana goes out with Zoroku to get her overgrown hair cut...Watch Now:Amazon
Makoto shows her vegetable farm to Nao and gives away some radishes. Inukai comes over to apologize for the troubles she caused during the Cherry Blossom Festival and reads the fortunes for Makoto, Kei, and Chinatsu.
As part of witch training, Makoto borrows some land from the Kuramoto family to farm vegetables. The land hadn't been maintained and was full of weeds, so with Chinatsu and Kei's help, she cultivates the land. One day, a mysterious lady pays a visit. It turns out to be Makoto's sister, Akane, who is traveling around the world. Akane discovers that Makoto isn't using any spells, so she teaches her a simple spell to practice.
A collision with a "Dream of Alice" power has left Sana and Hatori trapped in the deepest part of Wonderland. They wander all over this world so unlike their own, but there's no sign of an exit anywhere. Meanwhile. after learning what's happened to Sana, Zoroku and Sanae head to Wonderland with Ichijo. They can't help gazing with wonder at their first sight of Wonderland, the place where Sana was born. But they've barely begun the search before Ichijo...Watch Now:Amazon
A rare visitor comes to the Kuramoto house. He is refer to as the "Harbinger of Spring" among the witches. After completing his job of bringing spring to Aomori, he comes to see Makoto, the new witch in town. Makoto welcomes the harbinger, but Chinatsu... With spring in Aomori, Kei finds bakke on the street. Discovering that Makoto has never had bakke, he takes some home and cooks them for her.Watch Now:Amazon
Zoroku is making a trip to Yokohama to meet a client, so he takes Sana with him. Accompanied by Ichijo, Sana is impressed by the sight of the ocean and the robot-operated factory that she visits, and enjoys her day out to the fullest. Rejoined by Zoroku, the trio visits Chinatown, but then Asahi and Yonaga suddenly appear after being unseen ever since the research facility incident was resolved. The twins run away as Sana and Ichijo chase after them...Watch Now:Amazon
Shikishima Hatori is a completely ordinary grade school girl. Then, one day, she develops a "Dream of Alice" power. Hurt by the sight of her parents constantly fighting over her future schooling, Hatori prays that they'll go back to being her kind mom and dad again... and that dream is realized in a way she never expected. Meanwhile, Sana is helping out at the flower shop as usual, waiting excitedly for Asahi and Yonaga to come for a visit...Watch Now:Amazon
Sana collapsed after meeting Hatori and Ayumu, and Asahi and Yonaga brought her back to Zoroku's house. The three girls are now having a great time playing together for the first time in so long. Then Sana comes up with a plan to teach Hatori a lesson for doing something so awful to Zoroku. Meanwhile, Hatori's emotional state has changed yet again after her encounter with Sana. She tells her best friend, Ayumu, that she's used her power too much and can't go to school again. So a concerned Ayumu returns to Harajuku to search for Sana.Watch Now:Amazon
There's a cooking class at school, but Nao isn't very confident in her cooking skills. She had a little accident as a child and was traumatized to cook. Later that week, the Kuramotos go out to thin out their apple farm. Makoto may get "lucky" with a bee.Watch Now:Amazon