O hi there. It’s me again. Just so you know (and if you haven’t noticed), I’m putting pictures on the bottom. Yep.
Let’s begin by reviewing the last episode. If we recall from our VERY recent review, Sena Airi, the principal’s daughter, has refused to acknowledge the boys’ place in her school. And… that’s about it.
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Who saw this coming?
…Uh I did. I’m writing it.
So let’s steal the summary from Wikipedia:
The story of Mashiroiro Symphony takes place in the fictional town of Kagamidai, which consists of two distinct districts dubbed the “Old Distrct” with traditional housings resided by upper class families and the “New District” inhabited by working class families. The town also houses two private academic institutions undergoing a merger: the Yuihime Girls’ Private Academy, a notorious upper class girls’ academy nicknamed Yuijo, and the Kagamidai Private Academy, an co-ed school where Shingo, the protagonist, attends. As part of the merger, students from both schools are selected to participate in a test class that attends classes within the Yuihime Academy campus, which is more or less opposed by the female student body.
Yep. If you haven’t figured it out, couple o’ guys and bunch of chicks. And of course, Shingo will probably get them all.