With the year coming to an end, the family decides to get some spring cleaning done. Seeing Ku used as a pitiable servant, Gyokuyo seals Noboru and Toru in a cave. Realizing what happened, Ku heads over to save them.
During winter break, Misaki discovers that she has gained a few pounds so she decides to go on a diet. Meanwhile, Ku and Ko binge on pork buns, which causes Noboru to force them to restrict their eating habits.
A rumor about gray werewolves has been circulating in the town of Akagi. People keep hearing about more and more victims. Amidst that commotion, Noboru gets invited to a house party by Momiji Miyabe. Ku realizes something seems off about this invitation.
The town of Suzunose is holding a Halloween event. At the same time, the god of poverty enters the town's borders. Preparing for the worst, Ebisu gathers his parishioners to capture this troublesome intruder.
Toru and Shiro make it to Akagi High School where they are met by Enju and Tomine. Right as Tomine makes an attempt on Toru's life, he is stopped by Ku. Shiro continues to grow weaker until she is barely conscious.
Dodging the pursuing oni, Toru continues to flee with Shiro. Ku meets the "Overseers" along the way, who explain the dangers of having Shiro continue to stay with Toru. Who sent Shiro to Toru in the first place, and why?
Noboru is kidnapped and held hostage by some oni. Ku decides to meet them, but they demand the "Byakki" in exchange. Not knowing what this "Byakki" is, Ku brushes their demand off. Meanwhile, Noboru frees himself and is in the middle of his great escape.
A box containing a girl wrapped in enchanted cloth winds up delivered to the Takagami household one day. Confused about what to do with her, the family decides to simply wait and see for the time being.
Toru visits Noboru's high school Culture Festival. As Ku spends her time with Noboru, Misaki gets the wrong idea about their relationship once again. While Toru is out getting some refreshments, he bumps into a woman dressed in a nun's habit...
Ku wins a prize at the local shopping arcade. The prize? An all-expense-paid trip to some hot springs. The Takagami family decides to take the vacation together, only to find the old woman and Tatsuhiko there.
Ko wants to assist with household chores, but ends up ruining some clothes and breaking a few windows. With the family budget falling even deeper into the red, she decides to get a part-time job to make up for it.
Mubyo, the local deity of a neighboring town, comes to visit in search of a stolen treasure called the "Sakasaen." She asks for Toru's help in retrieving it. Ku is itching to go to the pool, but she reluctantly agrees to help look for the treasure.
A pair of foxes got chased from their home in the mountains. Ku offers to let them stay at the Takagami household for the time being. While Ko is on an errand, she is attacked by a mysterious enemy who seeks to devour Toru.
Summer is the season for love! Or so Misaki thinks. When she fantasizes about her feelings for Noboru, they always seem to go into a downward spiral. She imagines Noboru's dual relationship with Ku and Ko.
KKu recognizes Toru's birthmark as the exact same his late mother had. Knowing that he may want to see his mother one more time, Ku prepares an elaborate spell. Despite ample warnings from Ebisu, the local deity, Ku goes through with it anyway.
Ko is painfully clumsy with practically everything, but that doesn't stop her from trying. After she lets slip a comment about the brothers' mother, she notices Toru grows depressed. When asked, he reveals the reason why.