|Wood-Framed Town Mission Complete|
|Scenario||Kazuyuki Fudeyasu,Mio Inoue|
|Animation Director||Yōsuke Aburaya,Sachiko Sugimoto,Manabu Nii,Tomomi Kawazuma,Raku Nishikimi,Akane Imada,Akiko Matsuo,Rio,Takashi Nagayoshi|
|Japanese Air Date|
November 14th, 2015
|← I Could Tell with One Bite That It's Just a Normal Chewy||That Babyish Little Child Vanishes Like a Soap Bubble →|
Sisterly feelings plague the group; Cocoa competitively pushes Mocha away and Chiya feels left out because Mocha doesn't treat her like the others. Mocha worriedly tries to fix everything before her visit ends.
Mocha recalls a memory from when Cocoa and she were little. They would observe flowers and wear matching ones as ornaments, fish while discussing prime numbers, and bake. Cocoa fell in love with behaving like a big sister because of Mocha, and they always stood together, hand-in-hand.
As Mocha is telling this to Chino while they bake, Cocoa arrives and expresses sadness. Mocha is stealing everything away from her. Seeing how gloomy she is, Mocha tries teasing Cocoa to snap her out of it and Cocoa makes a demand for a bread challenge, to see who makes it best. They agree on the terms and make Chino the judge.
In the end a lot of bread was made, so they decided to have a picnic and invite the others to join them. Cocoa suggests a bread eating contest for some fun but Rize doesn't believe competition suits the mood. Mocha goes on to reveal she laced a scone with mustard -which was eaten by Tippy- and Chiya reveals that she made some Russian Roulette botamochi. As Mocha and Chiya bond over their same, strange quirk, Rize converses with Sharo, who tries very hard to over-eat out of concern for her weight. Mocha starts to cuddle her and remark that she wouldn't mind if Sharo became fluffier, and in hopes of making her release her, Sharo hesitantly keeps eating. This greatly alarms Cocoa.
The girls decide to go for a walk, with Rize suggesting they run until Chiya reasons this wouldn't be a good idea. They spot some rowing boats up ahead and Cocoa suggests they hold a water face, and Mocha decides they should make it more interesting by dividing it up into three teams. They pull lots to determine who will get paired up with who and Chiya brings up that whichever team wins will order the losing team to do something they want. Sharo refuses and chastises Chiya for ruining the mood, but she's eventually roped into it and left feeling depressed having been partnered with an oblivious Cocoa. Meanwhile, Mocha and Chino make up the second team, while Rize and Chiya are the third.
Everyone prepares to begin, but as soon as the race starts Mocha flies across the water and to the opposite side of the lake. Chiya slowly cheers for Rize and they become distracted after Rize notes she seems to be acting weird. Chiya sadly brings up how much worrying Cocoa has been dealing with lately, thinking Mocha stole her friends. She is also sad because Mocha isn't paying her any attention and this makes her feel rejected. Rize attempts to cheer her up by reminding her of their rowing, suggesting this will get her mind off of it. Suddenly they gain speed and start to move, but they spin around so much that it makes Chiya dizzy.
In this time, Cocoa attempts to catch up to Mocha as she shows Chino how to row the boat, but in the process she accidentally sends Tippy flying into the water, forcing them to quit to fetch him. Cocoa sadly calls herself a loser, saying that she was even considering running away; as the younger sister it only makes sense for her to lose to Mocha so much. Just then, Sharo slaps Cocoa and chastises her for not acting like herself and how unhappy this would make Chino. Cocoa snaps out of it as Sharo worries she overstepped her boundaries, offering to drink the caffeine drink she knows she shouldn't have to make it up to her. Cocoa steals her drink for a burst of energy, and with ease she rows the over to Tippy and picks him up before surpassing Mocha and Chino. They are very surprised and she stops so that they can share a hug- which allows Chiya and Rize to surpass them and grab the flower before anyone else can.
As they are aware that it was Chiya who seemed dedicated to win, Mocha teasingly asks her if she really wanted a favor and Chiya asks for a cuddle. Everyone is surprised, but she agrees, unknowingly causing more grief in Cocoa. She sadly announces that she will never be able to defeat Mocha in any shape or form. Mocha brings up that she has to go to the supermarket and asks Cocoa to join her, offering to let her pick up anything she wants for dinner. Cocoa cheers up momentarily until realizing that this is the very reason she fails so much: because she is coddled by Mocha and lets herself be. Cocoa refuses her offer and runs away, with Chino trailing behind her out of concern while the others express confusion.
That evening, Mocha suggests they all take a bath together. Cocoa agrees, then quickly refutes to avoid being seen as spoiled. Chino remarks that this is unusual as they leave Cocoa to sadly sit alone. Her attempts to separate from Mocha grow further through the next day, and she refuses to let her meet Maya and Megumi when they come by to hang out with Chino.
As this is going on Rize can only curiously watch the display, and to try changing the subject she offers to give Mocha a tour of town. She decides to take her over to Ama Usa An noticing her mood. But she gets flustered as she slowly becomes aware of Mocha walking behind her to purposely enjoy her back view at her leisure. Rize runs up ahead, leaving Mocha to pleadingly ask her to stop to avoid getting lost. Rize only does so once she sees Sharo and can take shelter behind the short blonde. Mocha attempts to reach out for her for more cuddles until she gets distracted by the uniform Chiya wears, then they chat over Sharo's uniform as they sit down for green tea. They listen to her troubles as she explains how much distance Cocoa has been putting between them, and when Sharo attempts to speak up she quickly reconsiders as she recalls the prior days events. Chiya brings Mocha an iced cocoa drink, but its coldness only serves to remind Mocha of her depression.
That evening, Mocha washes Chino's hair when they decide to share a bath again. She has come to the decision to leave the following day and thanks Chino for letting her have so much fun. She was very happy getting to know her new "little sisters". Chino goes on to ask if Cocoa has always been this way, and Mocha recalls that the "old Cocoa" seems to no longer exist. This thought makes her sad, and worry over Cocoa going down the wrong path acting this way. Chino insists that she won't need to worry, because Cocoa has her.
The following morning, Mocha sadly packs her clothing when she finds pictures from the past. She heads downstairs when a creepy figure with a mask approaches and holds a gun up to her face, but it turns out the items are fake, and she discovers that they set up a surprise farewell party for her. Cocoa explains that while she was upset, she didn't want Mocha to be sad and decided to hold this party to try to cheer her up before she left. Mocha embraces her and cries, saying that Cocoa was the reason she felt so bad. The girls introduce her to Maya and Megumi and she eagerly embraces them while Cocoa observes the girls to remark that they have become "spoiled little sisters". She refuses to let Mocha have them as her own though, and they start to bicker while Chino tries putting a stop to it. Maya remarks this to be common among family members- but she does suggest they resort to physical force if it becomes too troublesome.
Cocoa attempts to act maturely by revealing she invited Aoyama to join them, which surprises Mocha when she recalls having met her at the park. She is shocked to realize Aoyama wasn't playing a prank on her and pulls out her rolling pin, asking Aoyama to sign it. Aoyama isn't able to fit her entire name but Mocha claims it's not a big deal as she puts it away again. The party gets started, with Mocha keeping an eye on Cocoa the entire time.
Later that day, Cocoa pulls out a flower hair pin and puts it on the side of her hair to match Mocha. Mocha reveals that she too has the same clip as Cocoa and puts it on the side of her head to match her as Chino approaches with some coffee. The sisters begin to bicker and share some laughs. Mocha requests Cocoa come back home soon to visit but Cocoa worries over Chino feeling lonely. trying to cover up her own loneliness that would come from not having her friends there. Mocha happily watches them and determines that Cocoa really is like a big sister now. This leads her to recall back when Cocoa informed her of her plans to attend this town's school. She wasn't sure if she would be okay but now she has her answer, and she is very happy.
At the train station, Mocha boards the train as the others wave her off until they can no longer see it. They return to Rabbit House to find a latte art Mocha did earlier, which shocks Cocoa after realizing she is better than her at it too. Cocoa yells out in frustration as Chino observes it and comments that she wishes Mocha could work there forever.
By order of appearances.