The latest episode of Let’s Make a Mug Too Season 2 was full of colors and summer bliss. The bubbly energy of the girls from the pottery club has definitely left fans waiting for more of their upcoming adventures. To the delight of all the fans, the second season of the anime has just begun, and will be returning with another episode very soon! If you’re interested in tagging along with Mika’s pottery club, then read on as we break down the upcoming episode, Let’s Make a Mug Too-Season 2-Episode 5.
Let’s Make a Mug Too Season 2 Episode 5 Release Date
A new episode is released every week on Saturday at 1:30 am JST. Following the usual production schedule, the upcoming episode of Let’s Make a Mug Too Season 2 is set to release on 30th October 2021.
Summary Of Let’s Make a Mug Too Season 2 Episode 4
Let’s take a look at what happened in the previous episode of Let’s Make a Mug Too.
The episode opened with Himeno and her friends leaving the Pottery Club that evening. On the way, Himeno was seen cleaning some cute potter dolls, something she does every day on her way home. What followed afterward was a flashback of how the clay doll was created.
Saki is seen having fun while playing with the clay with her legs. She also invited Himeno and the two sang while soaking the clay with their leg. The girls’ singing was, however, distracting Touko who was working inside. She still decided to let them have their fun. But when the singing became louder, she was forced to go outside and talk with them.
Saki turned around and noticed Touko, so she tried to alert Himeno that Touko had arrived. Himeno mistook Touko for her in the song, but when she turned around, she spotted Touko standing there. They came to a halt and apologized. Touko couldn’t believe they had to act like children, so she summoned them inside. They’re both working on a new thing within the building that they hope to finish before sundown. They used their legs to assist Touko in working on the clay they were soaking.
Touko and the girls have a good time working together, and Himeno has quieted down. Touko was at ease and completely focused on their work. Himeno’s instructor arrives and feeds them lunch, which makes them delighted because they hadn’t had anything to eat since the morning. They mentioned a place with a lot of kids where they could learn how to make pottery. They like to consume ice cream when they finish their meals. Saki believes their school is soft, but the children continue to achieve despite the teacher’s lack of toughness.
Touko’s handling of the clay impresses Himeno, but she isn’t going to learn such tricks. Touko, Nao thought, had a bright future. Saki and the teacher are discussing the school’s staff, which includes ceramics. Saki observes that her ice cream is about to finish; she will be envious when Touko eats without her. She approaches Touko, telling her that it is melting and that she is welcome to come to lick it. Saki expects Touko to tell her that she must eat it, but she refuses. Touko kept working on a number of noble pieces and chose to spend the night at the pottery club.
To make the clay finer and prevent it from shrinking, she packs it while covering it with plastic. The girls eventually leave the pottery club and return home, but Touko stays behind. She gets up in the morning and continues with her work. The girls arrive and assist her with the clay she has been guarding since last night. Saki was delighted to collaborate with her, and Himeno assisted with the necessary components. Saki teaches Himeno new skills, but she messes up the clay in the process.
After a few days, Nao met with the teacher to discuss the upcoming summer vacation. Saki had to start over after making a mistake with her previous assignment. Himeno was taken aback when he learned that Saki was doing it for the fourth time. The girls finished all of their jobs later, and it was again another wonderful day for them.