Season 2 Episode 9 of Komi Can't Communicate- Kyoto Trip Review

Season 2 Episode 9 of Komi Can't Communicate- Kyoto Trip Review ...

Episode 9 of Komi Cant Communicate Season 2: It''s Just the Second Day of the School Trip, which is now available on Netflix.

Class 1-1 and Province, however, are still happy about their travel to Kyoto, but in this episode of Komi Can''t Communicate, they have a lot of time to explore the city as they please. The youngsters have separated themselves into their assigned groups, and viewers finally have the opportunity to get acquainted with Katou Mikuni and Sukida Lily''s fresh faces.

These girls are seen as being just as prey on their partner, Shouko Komi, so Hitohito Tadano does not have much interest in their adventures, particularly considering they were unable to discuss their plans beforehand as everyone else had. It seems that with no one to run the show, the girls'' freedom might be dissipate.

"Its Just the Second Day of the School Trip"

When everyone in Komi''s group appears to be submissive by nature, it seems impossible to allocate a leader, but luckily, Katou graciously steps up to the task. After understanding that their complete lack of intentions would ruin the trip for everyone (but mostly Komi), Katou decided to create a fun-filled schedule, starting out at Utopia, a theme park where the girls get to know each other (slightly) better on the train ride over. In order to keep Komi happy, Katou

After putting down a tray of burning-hot takoyaki, the girls spend some time with the local wildlife before being whisked away to Futomaki Studio Park. However, Komi does not believe in taking away all the fun of it all, and she is instantly distressed by the possibility of conflict. Both girls are overwhelmed with numerous (bad and blurry) photos of their day together, indicating that they should look at the brighter side of life.

It''''s Just Futomaki Studio Park

When Komi appears as the spitting image of a traditional Geisha, umbrella, and all of it happens, the crowd goes wild, and all the commotion draws the attention of nearby performers. It is common for interactive theatrics to take place at the Studio, thus the group of ''evil ninjas could not resist the urge to make the stunning Komi the center of their impromptu show. This is precisely when Sukida arrives.

Sukida, who is unaware that this is all an act, goes into a protective mode in an attempt to save poor vulnerable Komi''s life. However, she refuses to reveal her secret weapon, unless she hides her face, and crushes the ninjas head-on, claiming them with her superior skill and extraordinary abilities. After scaring the villains away, the unknown white knight stumbles off into the sunset before her true identity is revealed.

It''''s Just Girl Talk

The last night in Kyoto has arrived, and this time around Class 1-1 are sharing their ideas according to their assigned groups. After a day of bliss, the girls are discovering it easier to bond, and it doesn''t take long for secrets to begin spilling. Sukida is able to express herself as a chess Grand Master, but it''s not uncommon to get a confession, although some may think it''s helpful.

Sukida and Katou enter the nitty-gritty of boys, eager to discover who is interested in them, although Katou reveals her admiration for Katai, who she finds to be funny rather than intimidating. It takes only a few minutes of thought before the Class Goddess turns beet-red, and she can only admit that her paramour''s name starts with an H.

Sukida cannot help but go home and constructs a situation that allows each girl to sit next to their significant other. Tadano and Katai graciously receive unexpected attention while Sukida reveals another side of herself that is reminiscent of Najimi''s devious actions. Fans cannot begin to notice the danger that might ensue if Sukida and Najimi agreed to join forces one day, combining their manipulative minds to create the ultimate schemes, at their friends'' expense!

Najimi has changed since Season 1 of Komi Can''t Communicate, where they were as equally obsessed with getting Tadano and Komi alone together or acknowledging their feelings for one another as Sakida appears. However, Najimi may have avoided interrupting their intimate moment on the train, causing Komi and Tadano''s peace and privacy, even when on Season 2 of 4. It is becoming increasingly difficult to not be suspicious of the overly involved Najimi, and should Komi be concerned about the potential