It’s the third day of the Spring Festival and the university campus is still in a state of lockdown.
Sirens ring and an army of students wearing black tights and armed with a paper fan (harisen) have locked the school gates shut.
Aoi celebrates her triumphant return to civilization by having a traditional Japanese meal of miso soup and rice balls.
Sawaki is having a perfectly normal day, until he comes across a walking blob covered in various bacteria on the street.
The freshmen students are busy in their classes, which require planting crops in the university’s many paddy fields.
It’s a brand new day, and Sawaki wakes up in the shabby dorm room of the sophomore students.
Sawaki runs out to the balcony of the laboratory with Kei to look for the source of the sudden influx of lactobacillus fructivorans.
You’re not alone if you’ve been thinking this season has a lack of original shows, but now there’s a remedy: Moyashimon (もやしもん Tales of Agriculture) just started airing in the Noitamina slot on Fuji TV, Thursdays at 24:45, where it will run for 11 episodes.