Aoi, frustrated by this, immediately confronted Sena, causing her to threaten Aoi in being expelled from the Academy, and that she should be thankful to her on not tarnishing her reputation as part of the Student Council. In the anime, it was inverted. One day, Kodaka accidentally comes across the equally solitary and very abrasive Yozora Mikazuki while she converses with her imaginary friend Tomo. As Yozora and Sena competed with each other, much to the annoyance of the stand owners, Kodaka and the rest strolled around the festival as Rika won a gaming console from winning in a shooting range, and offered it to Kodaka, but the latter instead suggested to use it as club equipment, much to Rika's dismay. Aoi then caught the attention of Kobato, who was a middle-schooler, and points out that a middle-schooler is not permitted to enter school grounds, but Yozora explained to her that Kobato is still a student at St. A strange nun, members of the student council and other new faces make an appearance, causing Kodaka Hasegawa's life to grow even busier. Instead, Rika was lying unconsciously with her face facing the ceiling.
The Neighbor's Clubâa club founded for the purpose of making friends, where misfortunate boys and girls with few friends live out their regrettable lives. Kodaka then told her about what Yozora said on how pointless it would be if they hadn't watched their movie first. Though Aoi, seeing it as a lie, said that she was watching over the club and that she was curious about the club Kodaka and Sena were joining. Before answering his question, Sena instantly realized about what she just said and became embarrassed, though she does not deny anything to what she just said to Kodaka and admits that she was going to tell him about it sooner or later. Realizing that neither of them have any social lives, they decide that the best way to improve their situation is to form a club: the Neighbor's Club precisely intended to make friends and learn social skills. Afterward, as they wait for to fetch them outside the shrine, the Neighbor's Club decided to frolic with some fireworks.
This part was skipped in the anime. Kobato and Maria also desired for takoyaki as it ensued another fight between them, while Yukimura only wished to accompany Kodaka. As Kodaka was about to leave, he told Rika that the only reason why he talked nonsense to her was because of the Neighbor's club, and Rika simply nodded with a smile. With nothing to add, asked Yozora if she was planning to invite the whole Neighbor's Club to the festival, but Yozora retorted by saying she can't stand crowds, same with. Finding it hard to believe, Rika was moved to tears and jokingly told Kodaka to just rape her, but expects that he won't. In the end, they came with their last firework, the last boss as Yozora put it. When Yozora passed beside Kodaka, the latter recognized her appearance from someone he knew in the past and instantly stood up from his chair.
One day, he runs into his bad-tempered solitary classmate Yozora while she's talking animatedly to her imaginary friend Tomo. At the club room, told her fellow club-mates that she saw a festival by the shrine and were hanging up lanterns as she passed by it. Let the next stage begin, on this unfortunate coming-of-age love comedy!! While Sena was out, Kodaka offered Aoi a cup of coffee and reassures her that it's not poisoned, much to Yukimura's disappointment for her actions, who said that she missed the opportunity to eliminate Aoi. While the fire was put out, Yozora announced in a devoid manner that she is leaving and depressingly left the others. Meanwhile, Yozora and Rika stated that it was time for them to head home as they claimed that they already have done what they came for takoyaki , yet Sena challenged Yozora in competing with her at some games in the festival and Yozora agreed. When Yozora's name was called, the classroom doors opened and revealed Yozora, with short hair, as the others began to murmur with each other.
. As other lonely classmates slowly join their little club, they'll try to learn how to build friendships through cooking together, playing games, and other group activities. Meanwhile, Rika spotted a yukata rental store, and Kodaka and Kobato decided to rent a yukata, while Yozora denied so, even with Sena and Kodaka complimenting on her appearance if she donned one. Who also had bad experiences with crowds from the time she intended to go to a doujinshi festival at Tokyo, and gave up halfway in the train due to the high number of people, and added that she was still able to acquire the doujinshi she ever so desired by assisting game developers, which she stated as the sole reason why she assisted them. Aoi then points out that their club should be disbanded, and Sena, who was playing her video game the whole time during the club's argument versus the student council, finally came to join and reached her cellphone and left the club-room. Skeptical on her claim, Yozora retorted, saying that their club registration form was approved without issue, but Aoi said that was just merely an oversight.
But will this group of relationship-challenged misfits really be able to get along? Kodaka then stated his love for Takoyaki, as it is the reliever of his depression during his time in Osaka, where he wasn't been able to get along with others, and added that he despised those who sell inadequate takoyaki, but still wear a smile on their faces. In the anime, this was skipped. As they were heading to the shrine, Sena irritatingly asked Kodaka why Kobato isn't wearing a yukata unlike the rest of the Neighbor's Club who was wearing one, except Yozora, Kodaka and Kobato. Rika then asked Sena if she only chased Aoi out just because she wanted to get back at her game. Yozora then told Aoi that she has no right in criticizing on what the Neighbor's club do in order to attain their goal and that each club has its own goals. Feeling guilty on relying on Rika too much, Yozora declared that their movie screening is canceled and claimed that it is pointless to show their movie to the public if they hadn't been able to watch it first.
Aoi then got down and cried as she leaves the club-room but left Yozora totally exhausted and Kodaka praised her for her actions. The Neighbor's Club—a club founded for the purpose of making friends, where misfortunate boys and girls with few friends live out their regrettable lives. This wasn't included in the anime. Sena then stood up and faced Kodaka, while Kodaka took his bag and hurriedly left the club-room, much to Rika's chagrin. Fearing that something may have happened, Kodaka went to check on Rika at the Science Room and found Rika lying unconsciously on the floor, which Kodaka immediately brought her to the school's infirmary. Synopsis When had another dream of his childhood friend, he still wasn't able to recall his name. After putting on their yukatas, Sena ogled over Kobato's appearance, but criticized Kodaka's, adding it's his hair which tarnished his whole appearance, and suggested that he should dye it black.
In the anime, it was Maria who informed Kodaka. The next day, Aoi returned to the club-room, stating she now has an irrefutable reason why the Neighbor's club is illegitimate, much to the annoyance of Yozora. It doesn't help that his blond hair tends to make people think he's a delinquent. Episode 11 Hasegawa Kodaka has transferred schools, and he's having a hard time making friends. With that said, the rest of the Neighbor's club began on posting posters to inform the public that their screening is canceled.