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Mokomi: Kanojo Chotto Hendakedo モコミ~彼女ちょっとヘンだけど~ Episode 3 Recap

Moeko Shimizu (Fuka Koshiba) fulfills her wishes and begins working at a flower shop run by her brother Shunsuke (Asuka Kudoh). However, there are many tasks that I cannot get used to, and I just fail. Even when I was asked to stay at the store by myself, I saw a young man (Seishiro Kato) who picked up the earphones and chased after him.

Shunsuke is complained by Ryone Yoda (Erena Mizusawa), a part-time worker, that he wants to raise his hourly wage if he wants to increase the number of employees. Even so, I wanted to cherish that feeling as an older brother just because Moekomi said that she wanted to do it for the first time.On the other hand, her mother, Chikako (Yasuko Tomita), did not think that Moeko Mi, who is not good at communicating with people, would be in charge of customer business, and wanted to return to a part-time job at the factory.

There was a delicate atmosphere between Chikako and her husband, Seiichi Tanabe. Chikako wasn’t convinced that Nobuhiro had closed the tax accountant office he ran without consultation and switched to remote work at home. After Nobuhiro came to stay at home, Chikako Making Her Husband Stopped’S Lunch. Chikako’S Father, Kan Suda (Isao Hashizume), Who Recently Started Living With Her Daughter’S Family, Is Overwhelmed By Chikako’S Behavior.

Moeko Is Taught How To Arrange Flowers From Ryoune.Moeko Mi places the flowers where she wants, without being bound by common sense, but Ryoune follows the rules of the arrangement and reworkes. Although I had a desire to convey it, it was Moeko Mi who couldn’t put it into words. At That point, Moeko decided to close the store by herself instead of Shunsuke and Ryoune, who were full of deliveries. As we prepare to close the store, new customers ask us to make flower arrangements as soon as possible. There are almost no flowers left in the store, and Moeko is wondering what to do …

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