Akito: It seems Hatori is like snow. He’s as cold as snow. Read more
I get the feeling that Tohru Honda marches to the beat of her own drum. She had no problem accepting that we change into animals. And even though she’s been through a lot more hardships than most high school girls, she’s always smiling, as if none of it weighs her down. We’ve been living together for four months now, but there’s still part of her that I can’t grasp yet.
Tohru begins to understand the true nature of the Sohma family and their “secret”.
There’s a lot going on in this chapter, and most of it won’t be properly dealt with until later. Read more
As the gears of the plot are slowly set in motion, Tohru has a small breakthrough with Kyo.
And so, a new banquet begins…
As Tohru says goodbye to the Sohmas, she remembers a little game she once played in school: Fruits Basket. She was dubbed the “rice ball”, when you were supposed to have the name of a fruit.
Tohru: The “fun game” played out right in front of me, and I waited for Rice Ball to be called. I waited and waited…that’s right. Ever since I was little, I’ve never given things enough thought. After all, a rice ball could never be part of a fruits basket. Read more