|Wood-Framed Town Mission Complete|
|Scenario||Kazuyuki Fudeyasu,Mio Inoue|
|Animation Director||Masaru Heiwata|
|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 →|
Cocoa gets competitive with Mocha during a picnic, and eventually tries to avoid her altogether. Mocha, unaware of why Cocoa is behaving like this grows upset with her little sister.
Mocha recalls a memory from when Cocoa and she were little. They would observe flowers and wear matching ones as ornaments, fish and discuss prime numbers, and bake together. She fell in love with behaving like a big sister because of Mocha, and they always stood together, hand-in-hand. Mocha explains this to Chino and suddenly Cocoa arrives to find them in the middle of baking. She sadly realizes that Mocha is taking everything from her - but Mocha teases her to try to encourage her to snap out of it. Cocoa demands they challenge over bread baking to see who does better and decide to make Chino try it. They agree on terms before starting.
In the end, they made so much bread that they decided on having a picnic and invited the others to join them. Cocoa suggests they have a bread eating contest, causing Rize to complain that she ruined the mood. To their surprise, they find out that Mocha put mustard in one of the scones (which was shown eaten by Tippy), and Chiya shows them the Russian Roulette botamochi she brought. The duo bond over such a strange, shared interest until Rize starts a discussion with Sharo - who doesn't wish to eat much. She claims her weight is a problem and Mocha begins to cuddle her, stating that she wouldn't mind it if she was "fluffier". To get her to leave her alone, Sharo slowly agrees to eat more, sending Cocoa into a state of panic.
A bit later, the six go out for a walk. Rize suggests they go for a run but as Chiyo comments it wouldn't be wise, they spot rowing boats and a lake, so Cocoa suggests they hold a race. To make it more interesting, Mocha suggests they divide into three teams and draw to determine who ends up with who, while Chiyo states the first team to win should be able to order the losing team to do whatever they like. Sharo refuses, and yells at her for ruining the mood.
In the end, Mocha and Chino were paired together, as were Chiya and Rize, leaving a slightly disappointed Sharo with an oblivious Cocoa. While a few of the girls are determined, Mocha is quick to fly from the starting line and quickly makes it to the other side. Chiya slowly cheers for Rize, who happens to notice something seems off about her. Chiya recalls what Cocoa said earlier, about her sister stealing away her friends and voices that she feels rejected since Mocha hasn't paid her any attention. Rize attempts to cheer her up, and suggests she does some rowing to get her mind off of it.
Suddenly they gain speed and start to move - but they wind up spinning in circles until she gets too dizzy. Cocoa attempts to catch up to Mocha while she shows Chino how to row the boat. In the process Chino accidentally throws Tippy into the water. They try to reach for him, leaving Cocoa to sadly point out how much she loses to Mocha. She claims she even thought about running away, and it makes sense that as the younger sister it makes sense for her to lose so much. Sharo suddenly slaps Cocoa, telling her that this isn't like her normal self and that Chino wouldn't want to see her in such a state. Cocoa seems to have snapped out of it, but Sharo frets she said too much and offers to drink the caffeine drink for her. But suddenly Cocoa steals it and quickly paddles with a soggy Tippy on her lap. She proceeds to surpass Mocha, much to their surprise and they share a hug - only for Chiya and Rize to suddenly surpass them and grab the flower.
With that Mocha teases her to ask if she really wanted a favor so much. Chiya asks for Mocha to cuddle her, surprising everyone and she agrees; causing Cocoa more grief. Sadly Cocoa announces that she most-likely never defeat her sister in any shape or form. Mocha attempts to perk her up by asking Cocoa to join her at the supermarket and offers to pick up whatever she wants for dinner. Cocoa cheers up right away - but only for a second. She realizes this is why she fails so much; because she allows Mocha to coddle her, and quickly runs for home with Chino trailing behind her.
That evening, Mocha suggests they all take a bath together. Cocoa agrees, but quickly refuses to avoid being seen as spoiled. Chino remarks on how unusual this is, and Cocoa sadly sits by herself. Her attempts to separate from Mocha grow further through the next day. She refuses to let Mocha meet Megumi and Maya when they come over to hang out with Chino and Rize curiously watches. Rize offers to give Mocha tour of the town by showing her Ama Usa An and to get her mind off of it.
However, this ends up being too hard when Rize realizes Mocha is enjoying the back view of her too much. She quickly runs ahead and Mocha attempts to get her to stop to avoid getting lost again. Eventually Rize quickly grabs onto Sharo and begs for help, hiding behind her as Mocha arrives. She attempts to cuddle Rize until she spots the uniform Chiya has on. She compliments it and they discuss the uniform worn by Sharo while having the three sit down for some green tea. They listen to her troubles as she explains how distance Cocoa is behaving now. Sharo attempts to speak up, but quickly changes the subject. Chiya brings Mocha an iced cocoa drink - but feeling how cold it is only reminds her of how Cocoa is acting.
That evening, Mocha washes Chino's hair. They bathe together and she reveals her plans to leave the following day. She thanks Chino for the fun she had, and explains how much she enjoyed getting 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 she asks what would happen if Cocoa went down the wrong path. Suddenly, Chino rises and claims that she won't need to worry because Cocoa has her.
The following morning, Mocha sadly packs her clothing and sees all of the pictures from the past. She shuts her suitcase and heads down the stairs, but suddenly a creepy figure with a mask approaches and holds up a gun to her. To her surprise, they're fake. Mocha turns to see that everyone got together to throw her a farewell party, which Cocoa suggested after realizing how sad she was. Mocha suddenly embraced her and cries, saying that Cocoa was the reason she felt so bad. With that, she is introduced to Megumi and Maya and embraces them for a moment while Cocoa observes the display and remarks 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 stopping them. Maya claims its common in families - but if its gets too troublesome she suggests resorting to physical force.
Cocoa attempts to act maturely and reveals she asked Aoyama to show up. Mocha is surprised to see her, and realizes the lady from the park wasn't playing a joke on her. She pulls out her rolling pin and asks Aoyama to sign it - but as it turns out she was unable to fit the entire name on it. Mocha doesn't care and quickly accepts the object back, and the party goes underway, 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 then reveals she has the half-clip Cocoa wears too, and puts it on the side of her head to match Cocoa. Chino approaches with some coffee and finds the sisters bickering and sharing a few laughs, then she hands Mocha the drink. Mocha asks Cocoa to pay her a visit soon, but Cocoa claims she doesn't want Chino to feel lonely; but as it turns out, its really her who would feel lonely. Mocha happily watches them and determines that Cocoa really is like a big sister now. At first when Cocoa decided to attend a school in this town, she was surprised. But now she knows she is fine, and boards the train. The girls wave her off and watch the train disappear from sight.
They return to Rabbit House to find latte art designed by Mocha. Cocoa is shocked to see she can do a lot better than her, and Chino comments that she wished Mocha could work there forever; causing Cocoa to start yelling.
By order of appearances.