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From the third season of Oregail, which will be aired in the summer of 2020, “My Youth Romantic Comedy Is Wrong, As I Expected”, we feature Yawata’s classmate, Kawasaki Saki, from “Oregail 3rd season”! From “Finish”, Yawata’s classmate Saki Kawasaki is featured!
In the anime, she’s even less shady than the original, but there are glimpses of her having a crush on Yawata. We’ll thoroughly investigate whether or not this is true!
Saki Kawasaki Character Overview
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She is a female character from “My Youth Romantic Comedy Is Wrong, As I Expected”. and is a female student in Class F of Sobu High School, the same class as the main character, Hachiman Hikigaya, who appears in the second volume of the original story (the first five episodes of the anime).
She first appeared in the second volume of the original story (episode 5 of the first season of the anime).
Her height is quite high among girls and her body is slender.
She has short bangs, and her blueish black hair (light blue in the illustrations and anime) is tied up in a big ponytail with a chouchou.
She wears a swift and swift atmosphere, wears her school uniform out of place, is always in a bad mood, swears when she opens her mouth, speaks poorly to her teachers, and glares at them with her unruly eyes… at first glance, she seems like a delinquent, but in reality, she is a family-oriented and kind girl.
She is the eldest in a large family with two younger brothers and a younger sister, Keika, and her tuition fees are too high considering the summer courses, so she works part-time at the Angel Ladder Tenshi-no-hai (Angel’s Floor) in the Hotel Royal Okura to help support the family.
He was blunt and blunt, often arriving late at night due to his part-time job, so he had no classmates to keep up with.
As a result, she is always isolated in the classroom, propped up on her elbows at her desk and staring blankly out the window.
On the other hand, she has a feminine side to her, such as being good at handicrafts, and during the school festival and the gymnastics festival, she helps make costumes because of her skills, and in the process, she seems to have been favored by Hina Ebina, a member of the Hayama group.
On the other hand, she does not get along with Miura Yumiko, who has a queenly nature, and both of them have an open dislike for each other.
She is voiced by Ami Koshimizu.
The anime cuts out every scene that was flagged up in the anime
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Maybe it’s because Kawasaki-san doesn’t interact with her classmates and she doesn’t have much contact with them, but Yawata doesn’t remember her name and calls her “Kawasakamaka-san” in his mind.
I don’t know if it’s because of this or not, but in the anime version, she doesn’t get much of a chance to talk with Yawata, even less than in the original, which is treated as a minor character, and her conversations with Yawata are rare.
This seems to have led to a huge difference in the impression of Kawasaki-san between the original fans and the anime fans.
The most pointed episode of her first appearance was in episode 5 of the first season and was filmed almost exactly as the original, where she behaved unattended, cursing at Yawata, making a ruthless pronouncement to Hiratsuka-sensei, constantly being irritated, and, to top it all off, bringing up the topic of her family, Yukino’s Achilles’ heel… and so on.
Later on, it was revealed that she was “a clumsy, kind girl who hid the fact that she was actually working for her family”, and after Yawata taught her about prep school scholarships, the money problem was successfully resolved.
After that, she didn’t have much of a role in the anime, and when she was being eyed by Ebina during the preparations for the school festival, she reacted like a normal girl, which caused a lot of surprise among the anime fans at the time of the broadcast because she had lost her stinginess and reacted like a normal girl.
Although she still has the same foul-mouthed and blunt manner in the second season, her previous irreverent attitude is gone, as she is depicted to run away from a haunted house that she visited on a school trip due to fear.
When Komachi asks him to help her, he reluctantly follows her, and so on, and the stinginess of the time when he was considered a delinquent by those around him has completely disappeared.
He is named as one of the candidates for student council president and seems to have a high opinion of Yahata, probably because of his scholarship.
In the latter half of the year, she began to open up to him to the extent that she visited the service club’s office and asked him what she should do to make a Valentine’s Day chocolate for her little sister, which he asked her to do.
In the episode where the Service Club accepts their request and holds a cooking class as a rehearsal for making Valentine’s Day chocolate, a rather surprising reaction is described.
Kaori Orimoto, who Yahata liked in middle school, asked Yahata, “Have I ever given Hikiya chocolate before? A cut was inserted in which Kawasaki-san looks at Yawata and the others with a huff.
This is the scene where the girl who is interested in Yawata is wondering if she got the chocolate, so it’s natural for Yukino, Yui and Iroha to react, but it’s obviously unnatural for Mr. Kawasaki to be included in the scene.
This is because up until now, there has been no depiction of Kawasaki-san being in love with Yawata.
Even the fans who have been watching the anime version of Oregail since the first season were puzzled by this scene.
In fact, there are several scenes in the original manga where Kawasaki-san is supposedly attracted to Yawata as the opposite sex.
However, in the anime version of the series, these scenes were cut out of the entire episode.