Raido and Aharen are officially together; there are no misconceptions about it this time. Seeing how they end up together and spend their time at the end of the last episode, it would be nice if we got to see more of them. Unfortunately, Aharen-San Wa Hakarenai Episode 13 will not be coming as the season had only thirteen episodes. It isn’t like I’m Quitting Heroing that got specials after its season ends. However, if you are someone who likes to watch binge-watch anime, Aharen san is just for you. The series was made to watch in one go. And given how episodes tend to go off track and focus on chilling out rather than anything serious, the rewatch value is high.
Aharen-San Wa Hakarenai Episode 13
Episode 13 of Aharen-San Wa Hakarenai isn’t likely to come as the series wrapped up neatly by the end of the twelfth episode. If you are into manga, you will love Aharen- San. Although, the pacing and plot there are a lot more different. There the main focus is on everyday life, and the storyline for Raido and Aharen starts much later. But you will be delighted by each chapter, as they touch on subjects and games anime couldn’t cover.
What is the release date of the Aharen-San Wa Hakarenai Episode 13 Release Date?
Episode 13 of Aharen-san wa Hakarenai will not be coming as episode 12 was the first season’s last episode. However, the series has garnered niche popularity in its first season, making it possible for the second season to be greenlit. You can also read the manga of the series, as it is quite ahead and have nuances that can’t be adapted to anime.
Where to watch the Aharen-San Wa Hakarenai series?
Season one is available on Crunchyroll and Netflix when writing this. The series is unavailable on Muse Asia, making paid subscribers the only legit option to watch. Aharen-san wa Hakarenai series can be viewed on Japan’s MBS, TBS, and BS-TBS as the networks do reruns now and then. The first season has a total of twelve episodes.
What is Aharen-San Wa Hakarenai about?
The story shows the school life of Raido and Reina Aharen. Raido has an angry and mean-looking face, which people think of as a delinquent. And Reina Aharen is not good at boundaries, and in-process, tries to distance herself from people. Their friendship begins when Raido goes to his new school and gets the same treatment on the first as he always has. Adjacent to his desk sits Aharen, who isn’t much bothered by him. When he later talks to her, he learns how her lack of distance isolates her from people. Seeing this, he gets an idea and volunteers to help her set boundaries. In return, he can also work on his responses with her.
Asato Mizu is the creator of the manga series. She is the writer and leading illustrator of the series. Studio Felix film adapted the series for anime.