"An Encouragement of Learning" (
Kotarō has started studying to go to the same high school as Akane. However, at the teacher parents interview, his secret about going to that school been found out by his mother and collide. Kotarō who is absorbed in studying rarely talk to his mother at home. Meanwhile, Akane passes the recommendation entrance examination.
Ending LINE Chat
Me: Was your mum angry?
Benippo: No, she wasn’t
Benippo: I think we’re safe
Me: That’s a relief
Me: I was so freaked out
Benippo: I’m sorry
Benippo: I didn’t think she’d come back
Benippo: Not so soon
Benippo: I thought she’d leave us alone
Benippo: I did make sure tell her we had to revise
Me: But, my notebook
Me: It was empty
Me: She might have suspected something
Benippo: Well. Yes XD
Benippo: She said she wouldn’t tell Dad
Me: Am I banned from your house from now on?
Benippo: We’ll see XD
- The title "An Engouragement of Learning" or "On studying" (
学問のすすめ, Gakumon no Susume?) is a collection of essay by 19th century author, reform advocator and founder of Keio University, Fukuzawa Yukichi, who is regarded as one of the founders of modern Japan. Different to other episode's titles which are fictions or poem collection, An Encouragement of Learning is a collection of essay that outlines the importance on the understanding of the concept of equality of opportunity and study is the key to success, and also advocating Yukichi's principle "national independence through personal independence."