Takuma block the gun, calling Hayami his mom, and is able to save Hayami. Following after Takuma, Hotaru arrives with the police to arrest her grandfather and his supporters. Takuma suffers from a mental trauma that causes his... More
Takuma block the gun, calling Hayami his mom, and is able to save Hayami. Following after Takuma, Hotaru arrives with the police to arrest her grandfather and his supporters. Takuma suffers from a mental trauma that causes his mind to return to his childhood stage…to the time when his mother was still alive. He now thinks that Hayami is his mother. Hayami and Takuma is to return to Takuma’s old home where he and his real mother once lived because the doctor recommended that it is best for Takuma to be living in the same environment that his mental state is in. The life of Hayami being Takuma’s mother goes on, while Takuma still have bits and pieces of memories of the true Hayami. While returning from the grocery store Takuma and Hayami came upon a railroad track; attempting to heal Takuma’s mental trauma, Hayami recreates the scene when Takuma’s mother’s accident occurred. By sacrificing herself, Hayami made Takuma realize that Takuma’s mother did not commit suicide, but was killed by trying to save Takuma who had wondered on the train track after a volleyball. At the end of the episode, it is shown that Takuma returned to the village and built a windmill on the hill where he first met Hayami. As soon as he finishes the windmill and his uncle leaves, Takuma meets Otoha in a younger state. Otoha then tells Takuma that she managed to convince the Spirit Committee to bring Hayami back to life. Hayami meets Takuma with the bell strapped on her neck, and together upon that hill, they gaze to the sky.