Color Page: Nakano Quintuplets wearing traditional Japanese outfits, each holding a different Japanese traditional game, along with Rui and Hina from Domestic no Kanojo series (magazine cover). The chapter starts with a flash forward to the wedding. The bride affirms her vows, and the priest tells her and the groom to exchange their rings. However, the ring exchange is skipped, which surprises Raiha. As she laments how she brought the rings to her brother to no avail, the priest tells him to kiss the bride, with Raiha looking on in awe. A younger Raiha is soaking in the hot springs with some of the Nakano Quintuplets. When asked by Yotsuba whether she enjoyed her vacation, Raiha affirms that she would tell her friends about the inn since it's a nice place. Meanwhile, Miku and Ichika are in the sauna, Ichika is standing up to leave. Miku tells her elder sister that she'll search for that something that'll make Fuutarou fall for her. Hearing this, Ichika backs away from the door and joins Miku's side, stating that she doesn't feel like losing. The two laugh heartily after the exchange, as Nino pouts remarking to Itsuki that she won't care about appearances anymore. The second sister asks the youngest if she's hiding anything from her, with Itsuki saying that a secret can't stay a secret if it gets revealed.
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Raiha comments on how the hot springs somehow feels hotter than when she got in. In the men's side, Fuutarou feels a chill as he watches his father and employer taking a dip as well. When he gets out, Fuutarou overhears Isanari commenting about there being only five tickets to the inn, with Fuutarou's family being the fifth. Realizing that Miku hadn't won any tickets, Fuutarou searches for the quintuplet's grandfather, remembering that the previous night Maruo had suggested to his father-in-law to have a last talk with the quintuplets because he was getting quite old, only to get a refusal. When the boy finds his "master", he can't say anything about what he just overheard, and just thanks him. The grandfather tells him about the quints being his last hope after he lost Rena, and asks him to tell his granddaughters to be themselves. As the two families get ready to leave, Fuutarou tells the grandfather that he'll be back to make more memories with him. The grandfather tells him that he'll be able to tell the five girls apart just from their face by then.
As he asks her what she wants, his foot slips, with the two falling to the ground.
The Nakanos and Uesugis take a group photo under the Bell of Vows with all the sisters still disguised as Itsuki. While the others walk away, Fuutarou falls back, wondering how he was able to tell Miku apart. At the wedding, the sisters find a photo of them as adults with their grandfather, who is smiling happily as his granddaughters are finally able to be themselves around him. With the sound of the bells, the sisters realize that Fuutarou and the bride are about to seal their vows with a kiss. One of them reminisces about how the two had already kissed “on that day, five years ago”. In the present, Fuutarou tells himself that he won't be tricked by the quintuplets anymore, but one of the sisters runs toward him. As he asks her what she wants, his foot slips, with the two falling to the ground. The Bell of Vows and the bells at the wedding connect the two scenes, future Fuutarou telling himself that it was since then that "she" became special to him. Present Fuutarou, shocked and embarassed by the event, cannot do anything but look on as "Itsuki" walks away, telling himself that he couldn't tell who it was. One of the Nakano Quintuplets kisses Fuutarou and in doing so, pulling the "Bell of Vows" together. This quintuplet later becomes The Bride.
The given names of the quintuplets' mother and stepfather are revealed. Papa Nakano fabricated the tickets to create an excuse to let the sisters visit their grandfather, the innkeeper. Fuutarou is supposed to give the bride a ring, but he chooses to skip it. Raiha praises the inn, making Yotsuba adore her more. Miku found a new resolve to go after her love, and Ichika also implies that she doesn't want to give up. Nino realizes that not only Miku, but also Ichika likes Fuutarou. Itsuki has her secrets, but will not tell others because it's a secret. Papa Nakano's first name is revealed to be Maruo. Papa Nakano can't handle alcohol and only drinks on special occasions. There are already four guests with winning tickets before the Uesugi Family, revealing that the Nakano Family aren't there because of winning the lottery. Papa Nakano took the sisters to the hot spring because he wants Grandfather to spend time with his granddaughters. Nakano Quintuplets are Grandfather's last hope ever since he lost Mama Nakano. Mama Nakano's first name is revealed to be Rena. Grandfather asks Fuutarou to tell the sisters that they can be "themselves", meaning that they won't have to dress and look the same for his sake. Fuutarou promises that he will come again (with the Nakano Quintuplets) to make memories with him. Grandfather expects Fuutarou to be able to tell the sisters apart when that time comes.
The Uesugi Family and the Nakano Family take a picture together. The Wedding Ceremony is named Uesugi Family - Nakano Family Wedding Reception. The Nakano Quintuplets, minus the bride, are present in a room inside the church. Grandfather was still in good health 2 years ago. One of the Nakano Quintuplets, minus the bride, comments that the bride and Fuutarou look nervous during their wedding kiss. One of the Nakano Quintuplets, minus the bride, overheard that the bride and Fuutarou have kissed before (referring to the hot spring trip). One of the Nakano Quintuplets (presumably Fuutarou's future bride) kisses Fuutarou and in doing so, pulling the "Bell of Vows" together. Fuutarou is unable to identify the sister who kissed him. This is the last chapter of Volume 8, Chapter 68, Fuutarou is confronted face-to-face by a Nakano, and Ichika tells Miku that she won't lose to her. In the first chapter of Volume 8, Chapter 60, Fuutarou is also confronted face-to-face by a Nakano, and it is Miku who tells Ichika that she won't lose to her. The first few pages of the first chapter in the Second Year Saga, Chapter 1, is about Fuutarou and his bride in their wedding ceremony. The last few pages of the last chapter in the saga, Chapter 68, is also about Fuutarou and his bride in their wedding ceremony. Nakano Quintuplets used the name "Maruo" for their fake tutor (actually Ebata). One of them, also uses the name of "Rena" for their mysterious girl persona.
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Sword Art Online is a Japanese light novel series written by Reki Kawahara with accompanying illustrations drawn by abec. The series takes place in the near-future and focuses on various virtual reality MMORPG worlds. ASCII Media Works began publishing the novels on April 10, 2009 under their Dengeki Bunko imprint. Russia. With more than 16 million copies in print worldwide, there are future plans for publications in Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Vietnam and others. Kawahara also began writing a parallel series of light novels titled Sword Art Online: Progressive, a spin-off that focuses on the clearing of Aincrad, unlike the Aincrad stories of the main series. As of June 10, 2021, eight volumes have been published as part of the Progressive series. In addition to the original storyline of Sword Art Online and Sword Art Online: Progressive, Kawahara has also written and published Sword Art Online side stories. Accel World, have been sold at Comitia, Dengeki Bunko's Fair and have come along with the limited edition Blu-Ray/DVD Sword Art Online compilation volumes.
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