Aran wants to take a rest from retorting against the Miya twins, but the break lasts much shorter than he expected.
Aran is tired of playing the straight man to the Miya twins' jokes and wants a day of rest. He informs his intention to his teammates. Initially, Osamu seems to accept his request. He explains that they don't have to follow up on jokes just because they are from Kansai. Atsumu protests and tells his twin to have more Kansai pride. The twins then reveal the words printed on their shirts, which describe people born and raise in areas completely outside of the Kansai region. Aran immediately faceplants as he can't help but retort against the Miya twins' antics. Meanwhile, Suna gives Aran a thumbs up. Aran's rest day lasts a total of only 30 seconds.
Chapter notes Edit
Character revelations Edit
- Aran is usually the one acting as the straight man to the Miya twins' jokes.
- The Kansai region is associated with the "Manzai" comedy style where a funny man and a straight man exchange jokes.
- Atsumu's shirt says "Dosanko" (Japanese: 道産子) or a person born and raised in Hokkadio, the northernmost island of Japan. While Osamu's shirt says "Shimanchu" (Japanese: 島人) or a person from Okinawa, the southern most island of Japan.
- Aran's "rest day" is a wordplay on the word rest and retort. The direct translation would be "a day of rest from retorting."