Chimata pays the Moriya Shrine a visit, and hits things off extremely well with Kanako as the two discuss ideas for new market events. Chimata calls Kanako's ideas "ridiculous"-- in a good way, she says, as she explains that a market enables people to let go of their belongings precisely because they're places that feel out of the ordinary. Kanako agrees, commenting that the same principle applies to festivals as a whole, with Chimata remarking that she gets along well with "old-fashioned" people like Kanako.
A somewhat-exasperated Sanae asks what they've been talking about, and Chimata tells her that they've agreed to hold her next market at the Moriya Shrine. As per Kanako's suggestion, it'll be a market where people barter with each other while dodging giant logs that Kanako and co. hurl down a cliff at them. She also answers Sanae's questions about the Ability Cards, stating that they're an entertainment product designed by her and Megumu, meant to be fun both to collect and to sell, and that they're likely to be a hot item at the shrine's upcoming festival. Sanae finds herself wondering which parties are actually profiting and which are being taken advantage of... though in the world of business, it may not ultimately matter.