Will Shirogane ever admit to his insignificant but seemingly infinite lack of nonacademic talents? And what of the other student council members? Are any of them willing to see themselves objectively? Then it’s time for the school culture festival, which harkens back to a legend of ancient personal sacrifice that inspires the present-day students, symbolically, at least. Plus, a student council arm wrestling competition, balloon animals and a flashback episode to Shirogane’s first awkward weeks as an outsider at Shuchiin High.
Kaguya Sama offers an engaging cat-and-mouse twist that’s sure to capture fans
of the drama genre. The main duo is likable enough to root for despite their inner motives.