Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid S, also known as Kobayashi-san-chi no Maidragon S, revealed the preview for episode 11 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.
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Kobayashi-san has gotten harder lower back pain. Although she spends money on various health equipment, most of them left untouched… Losing her patience, Tohru tries to have her eat her tail meat, however, she easily receives a refusal. And so she begins to look for a “common remedy,” which Kobayashi-san wants.
The synopsis and some of the preview images show that this episode will adapt an event from the manga’s 49th chapter (Volume 6), which starts the volume. It will focus on Kobayashi-san, the protagonist of this series and the one whom Tohru loves, as she struggles with back pain.
Script Writer: Shimo Fumihiko
Storyboard Artist: Kitanohara Noriyuki
Episode Director: Kitanohara Noriyuki
Animation Director: Ikeda Kazumi
Preview Screenshots for Dragon Maid S Episode
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Kimura Mitsuhiro, the author of Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid’s spin-off manga, Kanna’s Daily Life, posted an illustration with a caption: Kanna… Can we see each other again?
It features Chloe hugging Kanna (in dragon form) from behind, who is depicted as really small and different from her actual size shown in the episode:
Today’s Japanese Word
Niku (肉) – Meat. Unlike English, which has specific words such as Beef and Pork, in Japanese, you just put the animal’s name before Niku (肉). If you want to refer to Beef, you write Ushi (牛) meaning Cow, and Niku (肉) after that, and now you have Gyuuniku (牛肉). Pork comes from Pig, Buta (豚) in Japanese, and so it’s Butaniku (豚肉). You might have seen or heard of Gyuudon (牛丼) before. It is fried Gyuuniku (牛肉) and onions (玉ねぎ – Tamanegi) on rice in a bowl. Tohru’s tail meat? The synopsis of this episode describes it as Shippo Niku (しっぽ肉), a combination of Shippo (Tail) and Niku. In a broader meaning, since she is a dragon, it’d be Doragon Niku (ドラゴン肉) – Dragon Meat.
Source: Official Website