[REVIEW] Dreamy Days in West Tokyo: Reiji Uraga season 2 Sequel

DDIWT Reiji Uraga S2

Reiji and the MC’s relationship gets progressively sweeter by the day, and though Reiji shows his feelings for her through his actions, the MC can’t help but feel a bit insecure about the fact that he never expresses them in words. When they find themselves temporarily living together, the MC hopes that it’ll help them grow closer. However, things turn complicated when a woman from Reiji’s past shows up, and though he puts up with Minako’s forward actions, he refuses to tell the MC anything about his past. Continue reading

[REVIEW] Dreamy Days in West Tokyo: Reiji Uraga season 2 Main Story

DDIWT Reiji Uraga S2

The MC has been spending more time with Rei as she and the rest of the Black Ship gang visit his bar frequently. Due to his outgoing and insightful personality, she’s been asking him for advice and views him as an older sister figure. However, after enrolling in his cooking classes with her friend, she shares a kiss with him?! Though he laughs it off as a joke, she takes it more seriously, and he slowly changes from an older sister to man as she finds out more about him. Continue reading

[REVIEW] Dreamy Days in West Tokyo: Koh Uraga season 2 sequel

DDIWT Koh Uraga S2

It’s been half a year since the MC and Koh have started dating, and with every passing day Koh shows how serious he is about their relationship. The MC is happy with how their relationship is going, when one day she starts to have suspicions that Koh is going to a certain club? Adding to the fire, her parents decide to come back to Tokyo for a visit, and a series of misunderstandings causes her father to refuse to give their relationship his blessing! Continue reading

[REVIEW] Dreamy Days in West Tokyo: Koh Uraga season 2 Main Story

DDIWT Koh Uraga S2

It’s been a few months since the mysterious new part timer Koh started working at Black Ship, and despite her attempts to befriend him, he keeps his distance from her. The more she tries to get to know him, the more he pulls apart, and the MC starts to wonder why he’s so set on being by himself all the time. While she pursues friendship with him, she starts to recall memories of a transfer student she watched the stars with from her elementary school days. Continue reading