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Writer: Yuuki Yoshino

Characters: Keito Hasumi, Makoto Yuuki, Wataru Hibiki, and Anzu

Season: Winter

Location: Student Council Room (first-half), Rooftop (latter-half), the switch is noted in the translation

Summary: Keito, Makoto, and Anzu discuss where to eat their lunch. They run into Wataru outside. 

Links: Enstar Wiki

T/L Notes: 
  • Foie Gras = A French cuisine (considered luxurious)
  • Jounamagashi = High-grade Japanese fresh confections (usually seen in tea ceremonies)
  • Haori = A traditional Japanese kimono-like jacket
  • “A Flower in Both Hands” is a saying that basically comes down to being very fortunate (the Japanese context has a slightly varied connotation if you are curious enough to Google it)
 
 
 
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Writer: Yuuki Yoshino

Characters: Keito Hasumi, Makoto Yuuki, and Anzu

Season: Winter

Location: Student Council Room

Summary: Makoto wishes to help Keito out, and Anzu visits the Student Council.

Links: Enstar Wiki

T/L Notes: 
  • Bentou = Japanese lunchbox
  • Breeding Pen: I stuck with this term because that's what Google tells me is the official name for it. But I don't know if it's actually used in the Academy for breeding purposes or just raising/housing animals.  
  • Cafeteria: sounds a lot fancier than 'canteen' and this is where Idols gather so...


 
 
 
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Writer: Yuuki Yoshino

Characters: Keito Hasumi & Makoto Yuuki

Season: Winter 

Location:
Student Council Room

Summary: Keito is busy with Student Council work, and Makoto decides to drop by during this time......

Links: Enstar Wiki

T/L Notes: 

  • This story is set before the events of the Starry Night Festival
  • Futon = Traditional Japanese matress
  • Tatami = Japanese mats (generally made out of straw)
  • I kept the word "Nutrition Drink" but our equivalent would be "Energy Drink". However, in the later stories, Keito mentions they have nutritious ingredients (like the name implies). But our Western equivalent mainly contains caffeine and sugar, so I left it so that it would flow and make sense later on! :) 
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