Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid S, also known as Kobayashi-san-chi no Maidragon S, revealed the preview for episode 10 on the official website. Let’s check out the episode title, synopsis, and staff, as well as preview images.
Notice: No translation is official in this article except the episode title.
Episode Title: Kanna’s Summer Break (Broadcast In Two Languages!?)
Kanna gets a quarrel with Kobayashi-san and ends up running away. Being reluctant to return home, she flies over the ocean to the direction where the sun shines. And then, she lands on the ground where she happens to find, and surprisingly, it’s the city that never sleeps, New York.
The synopsis shows that this episode will adapt an event from the manga’s 62nd chapter (Volume 7).
Script Writer: Nishikawa Masashi
Storyboard Artist: Ogawa Taichi
Episode Director: Ogawa Taichi
Animation Director: Hikiyama Kayo, Kumano Seiya
Preview Screenshots for Dragon Maid S Episode 10
Comment on Previous Episode
Hata Azumi, the color designer for of the series, shared a piece of behind the scenes story:
Thank you for watching Miss Kobayashi’s Maidragon Episode 9!!
From the beginning to the end, the episode was fuuuull of Elma, wasn’t it?
About that summer suit she wore at the start [of the episode], the director Ishihara and I had a talk over it and reached an idea to change the mood completely. And then, we had her wear the pink jacket, a kind that she doesn’t usually put on.
I’m glad if it managed to add refreshing taste to the screen.
These two are also dressed in summer outfits in a casual manner.
I’d like you to pay attention to colors and enjoy future episodes!!Hata Azumi
Today’s Japanese Word
Natsu (夏) – Summer. Japan is in the northern hemisphere, and Natsuyasumi (夏休み), the summer break starts from late July to late August in elementary, middle, and high school. The season is not only Atsui (暑い) meaning hot, but Mushiatsui (蒸し暑い) meaning humid. When a day goes over 25℃, it’s called Natsubi (夏日), 30℃ for Manatsubi (真夏日), 35℃ for Moushobi (猛暑日). Japanese has words that read Atsui, and some of the frequently used ones are 暑い for hot weather, 熱い for hot liquor or stuff, 厚い for thick things.
Source: Official Website