Haru was thinking about the chat which he had with Kuroneko before.
Kuroneko had asked him for a method to help her to talk with her online friend since she was invited to have an offline meeting.
Hearing that request, he felt quite worried even though he told her a method or advice. He didn't think that she would follow his method rather he was sure that she would mess up.
In the end, Haru decided to accompany her when she was about to meet her friends. He had decided to come to Kuroneko's world later during her appointment time. He felt that one hour in his world would be enough to go spend his time in Kuroneko's world since one hour in his world meant ten hours in Kuroneko's world.
But before that, there was something that he needed to do and that was to go out with Utaha for a date.
On Saturday, the weather was quite great and it was as if the sky was trying to support them on their date.
As Utaha had said before, they had decided to go to Kanagawa.
If someone talked Kanagawa, there were a lot of famous things in that area such as the painting of "The Great Wave off Kanagawa".
The Great Wave off Kanagawa, also known as The Great Wave or simply The Wave, is a woodblock print by the Japanese ukiyo-e artist Hokusai. It was published sometime between 1829 and 1833 in the late Edo period as the first print in Hokusai's series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji.
It was a very famous ukiyo-e painting and he had bought it before during his trip to London in the past since it wasn't that expensive.
Besides that painting, one thing which made Kanagawa very famous was "Slam Dunk".
Slam Dunk is a Japanese sports manga series written and ill.u.s.trated by Takehiko Inoue about a basketball team from Shohoku High School in the Shounan area. It was serialized in Weekly Shounen Jump from October 1990 to June 1996, with the chapters collected into 31 volumes by Shueisha.
The birth of "Slam Dunk" also increased the popularity of basketball in this country and there were a lot of people who started to play it because of this manga.
Shohoku High School also existed, but this high school wasn't located in Kanagawa rather it was in Tokyo.
Even if "Slam Dunk" was located in Kanagawa, it didn't mean that the basketball in this prefecture was the strongest in the country.
Except that only happened in his previous world since "Slam Dunk" at this world was being written in his manga magazine, though, it didn't change the fact that Kanagawa became famous because of this manga.
But even so, it didn't stop Haru and Utaha from going to the famous location of "Slam Dunk". They went to Enoden or the famous spot which appeared at the end of "Slam Dunk". They were lucky that there weren't any people in this place and took a picture together with a sea background behind them.
Utaha was very happy and hugged him closely.
"If I'm Hanamichi, then you're my Haruko," Haru said.
Utaha snorted but smiled afterward. "Right, how tall are you right now?" She knew that Haru was very tall, but she didn't know how tall he really was.
"It should be 184 cm," Haru said. His height had increased by one centimeter than before but compared to Hanamichi who was 190 cm, he was still shorted, but he felt that it should be enough.
Utaha's height was 169cm and she was taller than Haruko Akagi who was 156 cm.
But of course, his Utaha was several times more beautiful than Haruko Akagi.
"So your novel needs to go on a trip to Kanagawa?" Haru asked. He was wondering what kind of plot Utaha wanted to write in her novel since they needed to go to Kanagawa.
Holding his hand, Utaha said, "No, I just want to go out with you." She felt bad to bring him out without Sora and Megumi, but sometimes she wanted to monopolize him.
"We can go out whenever no matter where it is," Haru said.
"Then how about Antarctica?" Utaha asked.
"I'm alright with that, but are you sure? The trip isn't going to be enjoyable," Haru said.
The trip to Antarctica was quite hard since they would need to go using a ship rather than an airplane. There were also powerful waves which would increase the chance of getting seasickness.
Thinking for a while, Utaha also felt that Antarctica was too far. "Then how about the moon?"
Looking at the sky, Haru said, "I might buy a rocket company in the future."
Utaha was surprised and asked, "Really?"
"Yes, interspace travelers have always been a dream of humanity, right? I've also wanted to try the taste of the potato which is planted on mars. I wonder whether it is good or not," Haru said.
Utaha knew that Haru was foodie, but she wouldn't expect him to build a rocket company to plant a potato on mars which somehow realized that a billionaire really had a lot of whims on his mind, but she loved that part of him somehow.
"You can create a novel with that idea!" Utaha said with a smile.
"I'll make it in the future." Haru looked at Utaha and said, "Let's take a lot of pictures. It might help you with the development of your novel."
Utaha nodded and agreed with his decision.
Walking on the nearby the sea area, they had to admit that it was quite beautiful scenery.
"It smells fishy," Utaha said while looking at Haru's pants.
Haru was speechless and said, "Didn't you usually love to drink it every night?"
Utaha blushed and hit his chest. She might have drunk Haru's white syrup before, but it didn't mean that he could say it out loud since she was embarrassed.
"Alright, alright, I won't mention it again."
"Hmph! It's good that you know!"
Spending their time together, they visited various places and also tasted the local food. The traditional food of this place was shirasu or known as baby sardines which were served raw or cooked on rice. There was even an ice scream shirasu which was a vanilla ice cream with a baby sardine as its topping which somehow quite a weird combination, but it strangely goes well.
Utaha also tasted it, but she also felt a bit surprised by this weird food.
They visited a lot of places before until it was almost dark. They stopped on the high point on a random street which was located in a normal neighborhood. They watched the beautiful sunset together and enjoyed their date.
Utaha was a bit tired and asked him to carry her on his back.
Haru didn't mind and carried her on his back. He could feel the softness of her b.r.e.a.s.ts on his back which was also the reason why he didn't mind carrying her.
"You know. Two years ago, I never thought that I was going to become your girlfriend."
Hugging his neck, Utaha said, "Especially when you've also dated other girls besides me."
"You regret it?"
"No, I've never regretted it. I love you, Haru."
Utaha hugged him tighter and said, "So don't leave me, alright? If you leave me then I'm going to haunt you down." But suddenly she was moved by him and she was being carried in his arms. She could see his face was very close to her which somehow made her face blush. Fortunately, the sunset hid her blushing face.
"Spending time with you, I've realized how important you are to my life."
Their foreheads pressed each other, and they could feel each other's breath.
"I won't leave you and I won't let you leave either. I love you Utaha."
Biting her lower lips, Utaha couldn't handle it anymore and kissed his lips. She felt that her meeting with him was the best thing that happened in her life.
Inside the car, they were about to go back, but suddenly Utaha felt that her shoulder was poked.
"How about we visit this place for the last time?" Haru asked.
Following the direction of his finger, Utaha saw an aquarium hotel and blushed. She nodded and said, "I'm curious whether they have fish cosplay renting there."
'Is that what you're curious about?'
Haru was speechless, but he didn't think too much and enjoyed his stay with this woman in Kanagawa. He thought that he should buy a basketball costume and cosplayed as a character from "Slam Dunk" beforehand.