In the twelfth episode of “Komi Can’t Communicate” season 2, titled “It’s just White Day, and It has just been a year,” Tadano still fondly recalls Valentine’s Day when he received chocolates from Komi. However, he is unable to interpret how she really feels about him. Meanwhile, it’s been a month since Valentine’s Day, and he’s running out of time to give the main character anything in return. Here’s everything you need to know about the end of the ‘Komi Can’t Communicate’ Season 2 finale. SPOILERS FORWARD!
Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2 Episode 12 Recap
While studying at home, Tadano suddenly remembers Valentine’s Day when Komi came to his house to give him handmade chocolates. He is still unsure whether to interpret the incident romantically or not. Suddenly he remembers that it has been a month already and that he has not yet given Komi a return gift. With the White Day approaching, the pressure is now on him to find something special for the titular protagonist as a token of gratitude.
While fondly remembering Komi, Tadano’s sister storms into the room, suspicious of what his brother is up to. After thinking for a while, he finally asks her what to gift others on the White Day. Hitomi realizes that on Valentine’s Day, she saw his brother meet someone with long hair. Although she only saw a shadow, Hitomi is convinced that his brother was given more chocolates that day than she knows.
While she doesn’t confirm with Tadano whether he’s met a girl or a boy, she asks him to think about whether he likes the person or not. As Hitomi’s brother remembers the time he spent with Komi, it becomes increasingly clear that he likes her. Once he confirms the same, Hitomi claims that she knows just the right candies to buy, which will also look good on social media. However, she also states that as long as the person likes them, any gift will do.
The next day at school, Tadano must muster all his courage to finally approach Komi. However, Katai is already there, right next to her. So he manages to ask the titular protagonist for dinner later that day, but in the end it seems like he was talking to Katai. Due to the last moment of hesitation, he eventually went out with his friends and failed to give Komi her return gift.
Komi Can’t Communicate Season 2 Episode 12 Ending: What’s White Day? Will Komi finally get a return gift from Tadano?
White Day is an annual ritual that occurs exactly one month after Valentine’s Day on March 14. It was first celebrated in Japan in 1936, but did not receive much attention in the early years. However, the annual affair became popular in the 1970s and is now celebrated in several Asian countries. On this day, people usually get reciprocal gifts for people who gifted them on Valentine’s Day. White chocolate used to be a popular gift on the occasion; over time, people also began to buy jewelry, white clothing, and other sentimental gifts for their loved ones.
Although Tadano failed miserably to ask Komi to dinner on White Day and didn’t even give her the return gift, he decided not to give up so easily. He gathered all his courage and visited her house. Unfortunately, he was greeted by her mother, who informed Tadano that Komi was not home and had just left for some work.
While Tadano wanted to live right away, Komi’s mother insisted that he wait for her. While alone in her room, Komi’s father, who seems suspicious to him, suddenly enters the room. However, he just continuously stares at Tadano without saying a word, which of course makes him quite uncomfortable. Fortunately, Komi soon arrived and pushed her father out of her room.
She suddenly realized that her room was messy and quickly cleaned it up. As soon as she sat down, Tadano gave her the present he had bought. But both were too shy to talk about anything, so Tadano decided to leave. Komi opened the present as soon as she was alone and found hand cream. She immediately applied it and thought about Tadano for a moment.
What is Eraser War? Who will win the game?
Eraser war is a childish game where three or more participants compete against each other. All you need to play with it is an eraser and a desk. The contestant whose eraser remains on the desk until the end wins; however, one can be disabled if the other person throws out their eraser or if someone accidentally pushes their own eraser out of the desk.
In the first round, Najimi, Komi, Tadano and Yadano compete against each other. The titular protagonist takes the first shot, but she pushes her eraser too slowly, and it barely moves an inch from its place. However, her challengers are not about to tread lightly. First, Najimi tries to take out her competitors by pushing the eraser too hard, but she fails miserably when her own eraser is knocked out of the desk.
Unfortunately, Tadano and Yadano don’t learn their lesson from this and are similarly disqualified. Soon the whole class joins in and after several rounds, Komi becomes the first person to knock someone’s eraser out of the desk.
Will Komi and Tadano end up together?
After the Eraser War is over, all but a few students go home. After Najimi and others have also left, Tadano and Komi are talking to each other when it suddenly starts to rain. As they stare out the classroom window, the two friends remember the year they spent together. Komi expresses her sadness that they may soon end up in different classes. But she is also grateful that she managed to make so many friends.
Tadano praises Komi for what he has accomplished and is about to say something romantic, but he can’t find the right words to express his feelings. As the duo face each other, they are interrupted by Najimi, who suddenly bursts into the classroom. Tadano and Komi are therefore not proposing to each other, but it seems that they are becoming more aware of their feelings than ever.
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