|Episode 21 - "The Messeger From The Bottom of the Sea"|
|The Crew is together once again|
|Season 2, Episode 21|
|Air date||February 27, 2014|
|Written by||Mari Okada|
|Directed by||Toshiya Shinohara|
|Episode 20||Episode 22|
The Messenger from the Bottom of the Sea is the 21st episode of the Nagi no Asu Kara anime. It aired on February 27th, 2014.
Hikari and his friends are surprised with Manaka, who, just woken up, acting as if nothing changed, without a single Ena remains on her. Meanwhile Miuna, who left her home earlier, accompanied by Sayu is soaking her feet in the water at school since she mysteriously got Ena and feels hard at breathing just like sea people. Sayu asked her if Miuna isn't happy with Manaka woken up. Miuna stated she is happy but she feels somewhat different than she imagined. While Manaka is playing with salt flake snow with Chisaki, Hikari and Kaname discuss about how Manaka stay the same. Kaname says it probably because her friends are there for her, and because of Hikari himself. Hikari stated that Manaka doesn't remember about what happened before she went hibernating but does remember some voice called out of her, not sure if they're telling her to "giving something" or "she'll given something". They later go to school rooftop and meet Miuna and Sayu, discussing about study. Chisaki feels left out since she's the only one who already went through it, goes to hospital and meets Tsumugu and his grandfather. At hospital, Tsumugu says he'll back to city at the end of the month. He promised he will come as soon as he can, calling, and always giving Chisaki a news immadiately. Chisaki jumps to a conclusion that Tsumugu is lonely, while Tsumugu worries about Chisaki being left out and lonely. Chisaki says she fine since her friends are all there and she will busy with Manaka. Hikari and Miuna's family have dinner and invite Sayu, Kaname, and Manaka; Chisaki and Tsumugu, however, declined the invitation. Early next morning, Tsumugu runs over to Hikari's home and reveals a live fishhead protruding from his left arm-similar to that on Manaka's knee in the first episode-and reveals that Uroko must have cursed him. Hikari gleefully takes this to mean that Uroko must be nearby.
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