Chisaki rejects Tsumugu and flees back to the surface. Returning home, she meets Kaname, who realizes that she is indeed in love with Tsumugu and encourages her to be honest with her feelings, but she claims that by doing so would betray the feelings she had for Hikari all this time. Later at night, Akira shows to Manaka a letter in which he declares that he loves her and she can’t shake the sadness of not being able to remember what love is. In the following day, Chisaki asks Isamu how the story of the Ojoshi ends and he reveals that the Ojoshi did not reunite with her lover as he died by drowning in the sea while attempting to chase after her. Meanwhile, Tsumugu drags Hikari and Kaname to meet Uroko and reveals that when his Ena awakened, he felt the feelings of several being surrounding him and certain that Manaka’s feelings are mixed between them, he has the idea of holding another Ofunehiki, using Manaka’s stone as part of the Ojoshi doll representing her feelings in an attempt to please the sea god and return Manaka’s true feelings to her. Much to their surprise, Uroko agrees with his plan and the residents, including Hikari and the others’ old classmates from the past, gather to make preparations for it. When Chisaki reveals her intentions to become the Ojoshi for the festival, Tsumugu reprimands her for it, and Kaname overhears them. Realizing that, Sayu chases after Kaname and lashes at him for not being honest with his true feelings and confessing her own feelings for him in the occasion. Moved by her words, Kaname thanks her and claims that at least his view of her changed. As the festival approaches, Hikari declares to Manaka that he has something important to tell her after it.