Oregairu: Nao Touyama, Yui's voice, commented on the end of the series

Oregairu: Nao Touyama, Yui's voice, commented on the end of the series

Este artículo contiene spoilers sobre la trama de la franquicia Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru (Oregairu)

In this year's twelfth edition of Gekkan's Megami Magazine, a special interview was published in commemoration of the conclusion of the animated adaptation of the light novels Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru (Oregairu), made to the actress voiced by Nao Touyama, the voice of Yui Yuigahama in the animation project.

Oregairu: Nao Touyama, Yui's voice, commented on the end of the series

- The first broadcast of the animated adaptation of Oregairu was made in 2013. Seven years later, the anime story has come to an end, how do you feel about it?

Touyama: Until recently, I had been enjoying the entire voice recording process knowing beforehand that we were already at the beginning of the end, however, things still ended long before I realized it. Regarding my impression of the final episode, I really feel very satisfied that all matters have been concluded. However, when I think about Yui, it is difficult to express, so much so that the word "pain" is not enough. Yui's main wish was for everyone to be happy, and it came true, but there were some other of her wishes that were not realized ...

- Did you imagine that Hachiman and Yukino would stay together in the end?

Touyama: It was really a little surprise. In the first season there were many stories that made me laugh in ways that were very balanced with the drama, but from the second season the sad stories began to increase and the relationships between Hachiman and the others began to falter. Both Hachiman and Yukino were somewhat clueless and frustrated about it, so from that point I already imagined that they would stay together. If I spoke like Yui, I think I got the impression that they were doing their best to be happy. I really loved all the characters so even with the relationship between the two, I really hoped that the three of them could understand each other and become happy.

- Did you ever feel that Hachiman loved Yui more than Yukino?

Touyama: Yui mentioned it several times during the series, but it always seemed that not even the air was able to intrude between Hachiman and Yukino. Even I felt it with that line of dialogue, after all, Yui had no place there then either. But I remember Hachiman commenting to Yui during a monologue, “What's wrong with this girl? Isn't she too cute? ”, So I'm sure Hachiman at least considered Yui in some way, although it wasn't enough. Hachiman's eyes were definitely always on Yukino.

- If Yui had met Hachiman a little earlier, even if it had been a little, would Yui chances of winning have increased?

Touyama: I think if we started talking about the "What if ..." we would never finish. However, I am sure that that would not have influenced a change in the outcome. At the beginning of the story, Hachiman doubted the veracity of Yui's kindness, "Is this real?" He wondered. As time passed, Hachiman began to believe in Yui, but as a result, I believe that Yui became Hachiman's protector. However, the one Hachiman always tried to protect was Yukino, therefore, no matter how the order of the encounters had been, I think the difference between "trust" and "romance" could not be manipulated with that alone.

Finally, Wataru Watari published Oregairu's original light novels with illustrations by Ponkan8 through Shogakukan Publishing's Gagaga Bunko imprint between March 2011 and November 2019, totaling fourteen volumes. The play inspired a three-season anime adaptation produced by Brain’s Base Studios (I) and Feel Studios (II and III), which accumulated a total of 38 episodes through which the entirety of the main story was covered. The last season aired in Japan since July 9.

Synopsis of Oregairu

The romantic comedy revolves around a rather antisocial high school student named Hachiman Hikigaya who has a distorted outlook on life, apart from having no friends, much less a girlfriend. When he sees his classmates happily talking about their teenage lives, he mutters that they are all a bunch of liars. When asked about your dreams for the future, your answer is: "no work." However, a teacher manages to enroll Hachiman in the volunteer club, to which it turns out that the most beautiful girl in the institute, Yukino Yukinoshita, is also enrolled.

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