Takekazu Ejiri, Yutaka Babayaro Inomata, and Yoshiharu Ushimado join the club, but it needs one last person to make seven for a regulation team. They ask Shugo Amihama, who swam in junior high, but he refuses. When they persist, Shugo makes a proposal.Watch Now:Amazon
Just when Franchouchou's efforts finally starting to attract some attention, a disagreement leads to Ai versus Junko in a battle of idol ideology.
Halkara has built a new Nutri-Spirit factory in a nearby town and is now regularly going there from the cottage in the highlands, but she comes home exhausted every evening. It seems rumors have spread saying there's a ghost showing up at the factory, so she's had to do all the work alone since all the locals are scared to go there. Azusa doesn't deal well with ghosts at all, but she can't bear to let Halkara work herself to exhaustion, so she summons Beelzebub to help and heads to the factory late at night.
Due to a minor argument, Keiichi decides to have a cooking competition with Satoko. When he fails to cook at home, Satoko and Rika help him out, and he catches a glimpse of Satoko's homely side that she doesn't usually show.
At Keiichi's call, a large number of people are rushing in front of the child guidance center. With the cooperation of Irie and Tomitake as well as the school, Keiichi continues to appeal to save Satoko.
The world where Rika arrived at the end of the chain of death was Hinamizawa, who had no tragedy and was freed from the curse of Mr. Oyashiro.
On the day of cotton-washing, Satoko, who changed into new clothes, smiled at Rika who came to pick her up at home. Without noticing the tragedy that unfolded in the Hojo clan, Rika heads for the festival with Satoko.