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* FantasyKeepsake: [[spoiler:Korilakkuma still has the button the aliens gave her, proving that her visitation actually happened.]]

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* FantasyKeepsake: [[spoiler:Korilakkuma still has the button the aliens alien gave her, proving that her visitation actually happened.]]

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* FantasyKeepsake: [[spoiler:Korilakkuma still has the button the aliens gave her, proving that her visitation actually happened.]]


* StringyHairedGhostGirl: Kaoru, Rilakkuma, Korilakkuma, and Kiiroitori spend one summer evening watching the horror film ''Yuriko'', featuring a ghost of the same name. Later in the episode, a ghost girl visits them for real, except she isn't hostile and is just looking for the emotional support to move on.

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* StringyHairedGhostGirl: Kaoru, Rilakkuma, Korilakkuma, and Kiiroitori spend one summer evening watching the horror film ''Yuriko'', featuring a ghost of the same name. Later in the episode, a ghost girl visits them for real, except she isn't hostile and is just looking for the emotional support to move on.


* LimitedWardrobe: Rilakkuma has multiple identical fursuits.



* RiddleForTheAges: What form of life exactly is Rilakkuma under his bear suit?

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* RiddleForTheAges: What form of life exactly is Rilakkuma under his bear suit?fursuit?

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* RiddleForTheAges: What form of life exactly is Rilakkuma under his bear suit?


* AnachronismStew: The characters use smartphones, watch flatscreen TVs and order things online, but the clothing, hair and architecture styles all look more like they belong in the seventies.

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* AnachronismStew: The characters use smartphones, watch flatscreen TVs [=TVs=] and order things online, but the clothing, hair and architecture styles all look more like they belong in the seventies.

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* NewJobEpisode: Rilakkuma, Korilakkuma, and Kiiroitori get part-time jobs in episode 8 after Kaoru complains about their expenses, especially after losing 10% of her winter bonus, spending most of her income the previous month on exercise equipment, and upon discovering she needs to save money to move out of her apartment soon.


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* AnachronismStew: The characters use smartphones, watch flatscreen TVs and order things online, but the clothing, hair and architecture styles all look more like they belong in the seventies.


* VillainousGentrification: Played with. Kaoru is reluctant to move from her old apartment, which is going to be demolished, as she thinks it's charming and cosy. However, no one else seems to share this view, with Tokio expressing relief that he will be moving to a newer home. The critters are more upset over losing contact with Tokio.
* WeightWoe: Episode 7 sees Kaoru and Rilakkuma considering exercising because they've gained a considerable amount of weight. They end up dieting involuntarily because Kaoru unknowingly spends her entire salary on exercise equipment just to see Hayate.

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* VillainousGentrification: Played with. Kaoru is reluctant to move from her old apartment, which is going to be demolished, as she thinks it's charming and cosy.cozy. However, no one else seems to share this view, with Tokio expressing relief that he will be moving to a newer home. The critters are more upset over losing contact with Tokio.
* WeightWoe: Episode 7 sees Kaoru and Rilakkuma considering exercising because they've gained a considerable amount of weight. They end up dieting involuntarily because Kaoru unknowingly spends her entire salary on exercise equipment just to see Hayate.Hayate.
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* BilingualDialogue: The humans have no problem understanding what Rilakkuma and friends are saying, despite the latter mostly making grunts and other miscellaneous noises. In Episode 12, the bears are seen introducing themselves to Kaoru, with their noises directly translated to Japanese on-screen.


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* LethalChef: Rilakkuma is seen making burnt hotcakes in Episode 1, much to Korilakkuma and Kiiroitori's chagrin.


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* SupremeChef: Kiiroitori cooks delicious hotcakes for Rilakkuma and Kaoru in Episode 12. Why he did not do the same later in Episode 1, where Rilakkuma burnt the hotcakes, is a mystery.


* AlienEpisode: Episode 11 is centred around Korilakkuma's determination to summon a UFO, after apparently spotting one at night. [[spoiler:She succeeds in doing so.]]



* BittersweetEnding: Most episodes end not with Kaoru's problems being outright solved, but her learning to find a HopeSpot amidst her anxieties. [[spoiler:The finale sees Kaoru still single, stuck in her old job, leaving her old apartment and Tokio moving away; however, she still has her animal friends, has the option of returning to the family cherry farm, and is now connected to her crush Hayate through Tokio.]]

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* BittersweetEnding: Most episodes end not with Kaoru's problems being outright solved, but her learning to find a HopeSpot amidst her anxieties. [[spoiler:The finale sees Kaoru still single, stuck in her old job, being dissuaded from returning to the family cherry farm, leaving her old apartment and Tokio moving away; however, she still has her animal friends, has the option of returning to the family cherry farm, and is now connected to her crush Hayate through Tokio.]]


* PhonyPsychic: In one episode, Kaoru decides to invest in fortune-telling and even visits a psychic, who convinces her to buy a rosary and kick out her animal friends. Later, Sayu tells her that the psychic was a scammer and that she was selling 20 yen rosary beads for 50,000 yen.

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* PhonyPsychic: In one episode, Kaoru decides to invest in fortune-telling and even visits a psychic, who convinces her to buy a rosary prayer beads and kick out her animal friends. Later, Sayu tells her that the psychic was a scammer and that she was selling 20 yen rosary beads for 50,000 yen.


* FestivalEpisode: One episode has Kaoru and friends going to a summer festival. Korilakkuma plays the balloon game; they eat festival foods like dango, takoyaki, and shaved ice; Rilakkuma, Korilakkuma, and Kiiroitori even participate in the dance. This culminates in them watching the fireworks.
* FeverDreamEpisode: Rilakkuma hallucinates a musical sequence with Korilakkuma and Kiiroitori's snowmen when he contracts a fever.



* FestivalEpisode: One episode has Kaoru and friends going to a summer festival. Korilakkuma plays the balloon game; they eat festival foods like dango, takoyaki, and shaved ice; Rilakkuma, Korilakkuma, and Kiiroitori even participate in the dance. This culminates in them watching the fireworks.
* FeverDreamEpisode: Rilakkuma hallucinates a musical sequence with Korilakkuma and Kiiroitori's snowmen when he contracts a fever.

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* {{Rotoscoping}}: ''Yuriko'', the horror film Kaoru and friends watch, is displayed as a rotoscoped film.

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