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"If you're gonna do shit in the bath, how about some fucking spelling?!"
Geoff Ramsey, The Off Topic Podcast

This is when two characters take a bath together and usually converse. This causes them to really get to know each other better or become better friends. Usually either really significant moments of the plot are discussed or one character's past is revealed in a Bathtub Bonding scene.

Most of the time they are Heterosexual Life-Partners; rarely are they ever Platonic Life-Partners, though this can be used if the Platonic Life-Partners in question have enough Unresolved Sexual Tension between them to make them popular targets for shipping and the writer wants to do a scene where said Unresolved Sexual Tension comes to a head. In Japanese, the phrase "hadaka no tsukiai" (裸の付き合い) is used to describe this, and despite literally meaning "a nude outing", one of the definitions listed is "an honest relationship."

At least two characters have to share a bathtub (be it at home, at a hotel, during a Public Bathhouse Scene, or during a Hot Springs Episode) in order to qualify for this trope. Not to be confused with Two-Person Pool Party, which is about two people getting to know each other in a more physical way.


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  • The iconic bathtubs in commercials for Cialis, a drug that helps with erectile dysfunction. The couples are not in the same tub, but they're in two old-fashioned bathtubs next to each other on the beach, holding hands.

    Anime & Manga 
  • The 100 Girlfriends Who Really, Really, Really, Really, Really Love You: Nano invokes this trope in Chapter 134 by inviting Shizuka to take a bath with her, having sensed that something was amiss and wanting to help her into a relaxed mood to get her to feel more comfortable sharing what’s on her mind.
  • In the original manga, OVA, and remake manga version of Birdy the Mighty, one episode has Tsutomu's father head to the bath to join him in some "father-son naked bonding time", as he puts it. Tsutomu's mother naturally has a WTF reaction. However, Tsutomu's father ended up seeing a naked Birdy instead.
  • It is done in Butt-Attack Punisher Girl Gautaman R but to an uncomfortable extent.
  • Nanako and Mariko share one of these scenes in Dear Brother, complete with Nanako being embarrassed as she compares her body with Mariko's.
  • Delicious in Dungeon: Marcille and Falin were already very close friends, but since Falin has only recently been extracted from inside a dragon's stomach and has been absent from the story aside from flashbacks, Chapter 28 begins with the two of them taking a bath together to really sell it to the reader. It serves a practical purpose in that Marcille needs to look over Falin's body to make sure she isn't missing any bits; she was resurrected from a bare skeleton using The Dark Arts and it's possible her flesh wasn't restored all the way.
  • Hilariously subverted in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba. Tanjiro stumbles across Genya in a hot spring after finding his tooth. Tanjiro decides its the best time to get to know his fellow demon slayer, and strips off (complete with a crow censor), figuring that it would make conversation easier if they're both unclothed. Genya does not share the sentiment, and he immediately shoves Tanjiro underwater on approach.
  • Son Goku and Son Gohan do this while training in the Room of Spirit and Time in Dragon Ball Z.
  • Lucy and Kana share a bath in Fairy Tail. Lampshaded when Kana asks if Lucy usually fits two to a bath, and Lucy counters by asking if Kana usually breaks into other people's houses, since characters breaking into Lucy's house is something of a running gag.
  • In the eighth episode of The Familiar of Zero, it is done with Saito and Siesta, who are opposite genders. Saito had just built a hot tub, and Siesta has a crush on him. He was planning on being there alone, and is punished by his master (and local Tsundere) Louise when he shows interest in other women. He has feelings for Siesta, but is in a Harem Series, so it's awkward for him.
  • In the very first episode of Girlfriend, Girlfriend, shortly after Saki and Minase move in to Naoya's house, they share the bathtub as they begin talking about their current situation and relationship. It's a more awkward example than usual, especially since Saki is still very confused about the whole thing.
  • Rushuna and Mikan bathtub bond in the ninth episode of Grenadier.
  • Hilariously subverted in Hetalia: Axis Powers, where Italy and Japan bathe together in a hot spring... but what could have been this trope is ruined when Italy implies that Japan is a lightweight in his pants.
  • In Hidamari Sketch, Miyako practically forces her way into Yuno's bath, on account of her having no running water in her own apartment (as she keeps forgetting to pay the water bills. Poor, shy Yuno doesn't know what hits her. Still, it pays off, since both girls are the best of friends ever after.
  • Hime-chan's Ribbon: Hime-chan and Pokota, her magical talking stuff toy, do this in the seventh episode when talking about how to deal with Himeko's current problem.
  • The first ending of I Can't Understand What My Husband Is Saying has Kaoru and Hajime relaxing in the bath together. Later episodes would add them washing each other's backs.
  • In the ninth episode of I Got A Cheat Ability And Became Extraordinary Even In The Real World, moments after Luna tried to assassinate Lexia, the latter makes the former her new bodyguard, and bonds with her in Yuuya's bath over their shared attraction towards Yuuya himself. They even sleep together to further their bond.
  • Kagome and Sango have done this in episode 29 of Inuyasha and in the second movie. Neither instance was actually in a bathtub, but rather in a hot spring.
  • Discussed near the end of Kaguya-sama: Love Is War, where Kaguya brags to Maki about how intimate she can get with Shirogane, suggesting that she might stay over at his house that night and taking a bath with him. Note that while she and Shirogane have already slept together at this point in the series, her dialogue makes it clear that she's not talking about having a Two-Person Pool Party.
  • In A Little Snow Fairy Sugar, Sugar and Saga often share a bath to discuss the day's events, with pint-sized Sugar sitting on Saga's knees to keep from drowning. Saga also uses the bath to bond with Kanon.
  • Lyrical Nanoha has three of these scenes:
    • Attempted by Fate in the first Sound Stage of Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A's, though Amy interrupted her before she could gather up her courage to ask Nanoha to go to the bath tub with her.
    • On the other hand, her adopted daughter Caro was a lot less nervous about this in the first Sound Stage of StrikerS. She just jumped right into Erio's side of the Hot Springs (kids under 11 are allowed to go anywhere they want) to do some serious bonding with him, much to Erio's horror and embarassment.
    • Fate also likes bathing with her children, and in one of the one-shots, gets quite disappointed when Vivio expresses a desire to take a bath by herself in order to appear grown-up.
  • Lucoa and Ilulu from Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid have attempted to take baths with Shouta and Taketo respectively (multiple times in the case of the former), but both boys understandably freak out and don't go through with it.
  • Yuki from Mononoke Sharing tries to do this with Yata in chapter 8, but her ice abilities causes the bath to freeze the second she puts her foot in.
  • Episode 23 of My-Otome has Mai sharing a hot tub in the middle of a thick forest with Natsuki, it being the first time they've met face-to-face since they both left school. Natsuki spent the last several years since then wondering why Mai suddenly disappeared, and asks for her help in her fight against Nagi and the Schwarz army.
  • Nadia from Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water bathtub bonds with Electra in episode 20. She also bonds with Grandis in a bubble bath in episode 33.
  • Nagasarete Airantou:
    • Suzu (and most of the island girls) innocently wishes to do this with Ikuto just for fun, but doesn't understand why he has a problem with that or why he always faints with a nosebleed the times she got close to doing it.
    • One time Suzu and Misaki finally managed to get him into bath together with Machi's magic. Then gets to be on the receiving end of the embarrassment that Ikuto was trying to explain.
  • Pictured above: In the 28th episode of Nana, Hachi jumps into Nana's bath, which at first becomes uncomfortable for Nana, but then not so much.
  • In Naru Taru, Shiina asks her father to bathe her one last time before she starts high school because she's anxious about growing up and knows she'll never have another chance to be that close to a man without it being sexual again.
  • This happens a lot in Negima! Magister Negi Magi, although there usually aren't any romantic undertones due to the fact that Negi is ten, and Oblivious to Love... and then there came Eva. Being The Vamp that she is, she wanted it to be sexual but failed miserably because, as stated above, Negi hasn't reached puberty yet. (Technically, neither has Eva.)
  • In episode 24 of Neon Genesis Evangelion, the newly appointed Fifth Child, Kaworu Nagisa gets into the bath with Shinji. What follows is the most important step in their relationship development.
  • Nisemonogatari dedicated a whole episode to a scene regarding Koyomi and Shinobu having a discussion in the bathtub together.
  • The 10th episode of Omamori Himari does this.
  • Miina and Karen do this in pretty much every episode of Please Twins!.
  • In The Promised Neverland, we see the boys doing this when they reach William Minerva's bunker. Don comforts one of the younger kids who dissolves into Tears of Joy at finally being somewhere safe and comfortable.
  • Played for laughs in Reincarnated As The Strongest Wand. Walpurga drags Reiji, stuck as a wand, and thus unable to refuse, into a bath with her. They spend quite a bit of the scene getting to know and understand each other, until Walpurga realizes Reiji tends to be a bit uncomfortable seeing her naked body.
  • Played for Laughs in School Rumble when Eri tries to do this with Mikoto, but ends up with Harima. Harima ends having to pretend to be Mikoto so he doesn't get caught.
  • In the Sensual Phrase manga, Aine and Sakuya try to enact the trope — but they fail since Sakuya is much taller than the average Japanese dude and thus they simply don't fit in the deep yet also very short furo tub they tried to use.
  • Male example: A chapter of the Sgt. Frog manga had Fuyuki and Keroro doing this. Then members of the supporting cast show up and try to join in... meanwhile, Natsumi is feeling left out but refuses to admit it.
  • Snow White with the Red Hair:
    • After getting caught in the rain while traveling Mitsuhide stays as a guard while Zen and Obi take a bath in the large bathroom at an inn. Shirayuki and Kiki also bathe together at the inn and while both pairs get a bit of time to just chat between the two of them Obi uses the time to mostly tease and fluster Zen, joking about peaking in on the girls and saying that now he'll be forced to picture Zen naked if Zen ever again says something about wanting his aides (including Obi) to be happy in life again now that he's done so while they were bathing.
    • In Lyrias Shirayuki and Izuru are invited to a public bathhouse by Yuzuri to celebrate the success of the Olin Maris experiments, when Suzu hears about this he decides to bring the guys to the bathhouse as well in order to relax a bit and Obi, Ryuu and Kirito come along with him and the guys end up talking about their relationship prospects.
  • Uruka and Saki bond in a bubble bath in episodes 5 and 6 of Steel Angel Kurumi 2.
  • There is a bathtub bonding scene in Street Fighter Alpha: Generations. The local Genki Girl Sakura Kasugano bathes with Fuuka, the cute granddaughter of an Old Master that she and Ryu are staying with.
  • In the first episode of Zetman, after taking the homeless ten-year-old Jin into her home, Akemi climbs into the bath with him to comfort him in his grief over the death of his adopted grandfather.

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    Fan Works 
  • The Game of Thrones fanfic A Ballad of the Dragon and She-Wolf:
    • There is a chapter where Arya and Daenerys share a bathtub. They have a deep conversation and their nudity parallels their frankness.
    • They also bathe in a hot spring after Daenerys' sword lessons, along with Brienne. Both chapters with this are from Brienne's POV and she finds cathartic in improving her body image and self esteem.
  • In Discworld fic Gap Year Adventures by A.A. Pessimal, touring Assassins Mariella Smith-Rhodes and Rivka ben-Divorah share a typical Klatchian bath whilst house-guests in Klatch. Whilst wary of their hostess's motives and not entirely trusting her, both agree this is a hell of a lot better as a place to stay. The alternative is shivering under a blanket on the side of a sand-dune next to an unsanitary oasis.
  • In Infinity Train: Blossoming Trail, Chloe and Atticus have a bath in the Hotel Crayola, albeit in separate tubs. Chloe talks about her life and the types of things that happens when children her age become Pokémon Trainers, along with her frustrations of everyone making her do whatever they want.
  • A purely friendship-based example in Music Soothes the Wounded Heart, when Nando bonds with his new Budew by washing her in their bathroom at the Pokémon Center.
  • Downplayed in The Light in me will Guide you Home, a side story to the A Song of Ice and Fire fic Safe Anchorage. Asha helping Theon bathe after his pardon is used to communicate her care for him and the new closeness of their relationship, even if she isn't bathing with him.
  • Pokémon Crossing has a scene where the main characters relax together in a bathtub and talk about their lives before meeting each other.
  • Pokémon Reset Bloodlines has a couple of scenes where Iris walks in on someone else while taking a shower under a waterfall, then deciding to join them and they start talking. The trope is lampshaded by Misty during the chapter following Mewtwo's arc and before the Indigo League, when she, Iris and Anabel are relaxing at a pond together.
  • A throwaway gag in The Weekly Hyrule News is Link and Dark showering together; it's mentioned more in the Dead Fic sequel. Nothing significant happens except to highlight Dark's Keet-like personality, and that they're comfortable around each other.

    Films — Live-Action 
  • Act of Vengeance: After their first martial arts lesson with Tiny, the women relax in the club's whirlpool bath. It is here that that they cement their plans for the Rape Squad, and take on Kathleen's case.
  • In Big Fish old Edward shares a bathtub with his wife Sandra. Both of them are still clothed, though (yes, while it's full of water). But it's still very sweet.
  • One scene in The Black Balloon has Thomas and his autistic brother Charlie in the tub together, with Thomas reminiscing about their childhood while Charlie pats soap onto their faces.
  • This happens in Buffalo '66 between the main characters, a man and a young woman where they bond silently. In this situation, the girl does have a thing for the man, he doesn't make a move and eventually tells her to get out.
  • In Cradle of Fear, Sophie and and Emma take a bath together to wash off the blood after killing the old man, and they discuss what they are going to do.
  • In Dr. Minx, Carol and Brian take a bath together after burying Gus's body while they plan their next move. It gradually segues into a Two-Person Pool Party.
  • Harry and Lloyd did it in Dumb and Dumber, and it was a heart-shaped bathtub to boot!
  • In the prologue of the Lifetime movie Due East, the teenage protagonist Mary Faith and her new neighbour Michael Yeager are seen taking a romantic bath together and begin to kiss, Mary Faith suggests that they should lose their virginities to each other, resulting in their baby's conception.
  • In Frankenstein's Castle of Freaks, Maria and Krista bathe together in the mineral springs in the caves. As they rub therapeutic mud into each others skins, they discuss Krista's possible romance with Maria's father.
  • In the movie version of Quadrophenia, Jimmy meets up with an old friend in a bathhouse (they're in separate tubs). Subverted later when they get dressed and they realize Jimmy is a Mod while his friend is a Rocker, the two groups being sworn enemies.
  • That's how Michael and Hanna in the film version of The Reader kick off their sexual journey.
  • In the film Shanghai Noon, Roy and Chon spend some time bonding in the bath. Technically most of this happens while they are in separate tubs, but the scene is shot to give the impression of shared space, and then they end up in the same tub until they're interrupted.
  • Narrowly averted in The Talented Mr. Ripley when Tom Ripley and Dickie Greenleaf play chess together while Dickie is in the bath. Dickie expresses his dissatisfaction with being an only child, while Tom's lingering stares again alert the viewer to Tom's growing fascination with Dickie.
    Tom: I'm cold, can I get in?
    Dickie: ... No.
    Tom: [embarrassed] I didn't mean with you in it.
  • In the movie Tart, Cat and Grace, played by Dominique Swain and Mischa Barton, are briefly shown bonding while sharing a bath together.
  • The Thirsty Dead: After being delivered to the cult's temple, the four kidnapped women get to spend some quality time bathing together in a rock pool.
  • In Train, Todd and Alex share a bath while they discuss her loss in the tournament, his plans to go pro, and her decision to quit the team.

  • In Girls Kingdom, Himeko and Misaki spend a lot of time bonding in the bathtub together, especially as the story goes on and their friendship deepens. Their activities within can range from simple conversation and washing each other off to hilariously aggressive examples of Skinship Grope. It also is used to explain why Himeko knows and brags about things like the two moles on Misaki's butt, which Misaki is less appreciative of.
  • Invoked in Harem in the Labyrinth of Another World. The protagonist Michio, upon buying his first slave, takes her with him to an inn, and wipes her down. As his harem (and income) grows, he commissions a large wooden bathtub, which he fills, by hand, that he then uses so his all female slave companions will bathe with him. They all happily agree because this is a level of luxury most of them could only dream of.
  • In High School D×D, Asia (a European) tries to invoke this when Issei accidentally walks in on her in the bath, saying that she's heard of the Japanese practice of communal bathing and would be okay doing that with him to strengthen their relationship. Issei tells her she's misunderstood the idea.note  The trope is expanded upon in the anime, where the girls often have their bonding conversations in hot springs and the like, and Rias and Souna conduct important devil business meeting while naked in the latter's steam room.
  • Akane and Mikoto in Kämpfer. Bonus points for Mikoto's blatantly sensual poses and Akane's shyness about looking at her.
  • The plot of the Maisy picture book Maisy Takes a Bath, later adapted for the animated series, was that Maisy Mouse wanted to take a bath, but her friend Tallulah the chicken kept knocking on her door, wanting her to come out and play. At the end of the story, Tallulah hopped in the bath with Maisy and they had fun together.
  • Rebuild World:
    • When Akira first bathes with Sheryl. The main thing that happened there, was her realizing that his lack of trust was keeping them apart, making her decide to patiently work on that so that Akira would open up to her.
    • When Sheryl’s gang headquarters gets renovated into a palace, Akira tries out the new luxury bath with her. She succeeds in a friendly conversation, talking him into taking regular baths with her just before Carol and Viola barge in.
    • Although Akira bathes with Sheryl quite often after that point, the next significant scene is when Carol joins in from the beginning, which serves as a moment bringing the three closer together, and allowing Akira to finally get his wish of safely sleeping in the bath (due to Carol being a Cyborg able to stay awake).
  • In A Song of Ice and Fire, Jaime and Brienne share a bath during which he explains why he killed the mad king Aerys to her, his reason being something that he hasn't really told others before. This gives both Brienne and the reader important insight into Jaime's background and character.

    Live-Action TV 
  • "Wet", an episode of a German TV series Erotic Tales, had a bathtub salesman being seduced by a beautiful customer who insists on trying out his product after closing hours, with him joining her in the tub.
  • Monica and Chandler in Friends do this several times. Early in their secret relationship they're having a romantic bath together and almost get caught when Joey comes home early and barges in to ask Chandler if he wants some of the take-out Joey's ordering.
  • Game of Thrones: While at first it might look like a simple Bathtub Scene in a series notorious for its Fanservice, the scene between Jaime and Brienne in "Kissed By Fire" quickly becomes a pivotal moment in their Character Development.
  • Wataru from Kamen Rider Kiva has taken at least one bath with almost every single character of importance in the series. His Dad Otoya did the same thing 22 years earlier.
  • Happens once or twice in Kyle XY between Kyle and other characters (usually Amanda or Jessie). Notably there isn't ever water in the tub. He sleeps in it.
  • Million Yen Women: Nanaka at some point imposes this upon Shin by undressing and coming into a tub in which he was already bathing. It turns out to be so she can tell Shin what she figured out about the invitation sender without any of their housemates hearing her.
  • In Saturday Night Live, recurring character Simon (Mike Myers) was a small English child who hosted his show in the bathtub. One installment had him sharing the tub with an American kid (Danny DeVito). Another had him sharing the tub with a character played by Sara Gilbert.
  • When Eric and Hyde of That '70s Show first met they were kids and to spite him not liking Eric that much Kitty got them to have a bath together which as teenagers Eric seem's less embarrassed about than Hyde.
  • Clips from Season 4 of Top Chef Reunions showed Richard Blais and Dale Talde in the bathtub together.
  • In The Witcher (2019), Yennefer insists that Geralt bathe while she helps the injured Jaskier, and then she climbs into the tub with him, and they end up having the first honest conversation either of them have had in the series.
  • Several episodes of Xena: Warrior Princess have Xena and Gabrielle sharing a bath. Slash fans rejoiced.

    Video Games 
  • Shared baths are the level-up mechanic for Reyvetails in Ar tonelico II: Melody of Metafalica, and include conversations between the girls.
  • Dynasty Warriors: Gundam: Elpeo Ple, who was known in Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ to love taking baths, likes to suggest doing this with anyone she makes friends with in the game. Including Judau, whom she has declared her "big brother". The only one who actually agrees to the idea is her clone, Ple-2.
  • Neptunia
    • In Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory, Neptune, Plutia and Noire wash each other off after the climax of the first chapter. The scene is actually the punchline to a very elaborate Exact Words joke.Explanation 
    • In Megadimension Neptunia VII, there are two such scenes in the Z Arc with Uzume, Nepgear, and Neptune (with the twist being it's the Hyper Dimension Neptune in the first scene, and Older/Ultra Dimension Neptune in the second), complete with their own CGs. Given their setting, the first scene has them showering in a damaged water towerFor context , while the second has them using a barrel.
  • In Kitty Powers' Matchmaker, a successfully matched couple will share a candlelit bath at the end of the date.
  • Sam & Max: Freelance Police: Sam and Max apparently took baths together when they were kids, according to photos in their office.
  • Can be invoked throughout the Suikoden series with the different bath houses, and works as a clever way to develop characters that otherwise wouldn't get a lot of spotlight shined on them.
  • In Warriors All-Stars, there's a hot springs in the game's central hub. Encountering other characters in the springs will raise your Regard Levels with them, and unlock specific event scenes as well.
  • One of the ranks of Goro Akechi's new Confidant route in Persona 5 Royal has Joker visiting the local bathhouse with him.

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    Web Animation 
  • Homestar Runner: In the Strong Bad email "concert", Strong Bad and Strong Sad talk for a while about a band they both like in various locales, one of which is sharing a mudnote  bath together.


    Western Animation 
  • American Dad! had a particularly Squicky one in the episode, "Oedipal Panties". After Roger tells Francine that there are no signs of disturbing togetherness between Stan and his mother, Francine asks Roger to go in the bathroom and get her some aspirin, which Roger accepts since he's going through a "white month" (read: he's exercising and cleansing his body of all the drugs, alcohol, and junk food he regularly consumes) and needs an excuse to work his leg muscles. When Roger opens the door, he sees Stan and his mother in the bath, with Stan singing a variant of "What Do You Do With a Drunken Sailor?" and washing his mom. A commercial break later, Roger can be seen traumatized and holding a cup of (what can only assumed to be) booze.
  • Family Guy
    • In the movie "Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story", Peter and Lois get in the tub together. Peter has to move his big, fat stomach out of the way so that she can get into the tub. He holds his stomach out of the way until she's comfortable, and then he lets go of his stomach and it smacks Lois in the face and her head rebounds off the faucet. The kids interrupt the bath with their inane arguing, so Peter and Lois decide to teach the kids how to date so they can get some alone time. The scene ends with Lois trying to lean in to kiss Peter, only to slip out of the tub, and Peter to notice that she's bleeding from a possible head injury.
    • Subverted with Stewie and Meg. Stewie farts in the tub. They laugh. Meg farts in the tub. They laugh. Meg accidentally queefs. Stewie screams and hightails it out of the tub.
  • Implied to be routine for Fry and Bender in Futurama.
    Fry: Man, Bender and I used to love watching All My Circuits together! Now what are we supposed to do at the office instead of work?
    Leela: How 'bout talking to each other?
    Bender: That's what bathtime is for! If we talk to each other any more than that, it'll ruin our friendship!
  • The animated sketch "Die Herren im Bad" ("The Gentlemen in the Bathtub") by the German humorist Loriot shows two gentlemen in the bathtub of a hotel room. Their conversation, while relatively well-mannered, is more bickering rather than bonding, though.
  • The Loud House: Suggested in "Roughin' It": in a flashback, Lincoln and Lori are in their bathrobes in the bathroom testing beauty products. This supposedly happens after the two take a shower together.
  • The Simpsons: The season six episode "Grampa vs. Sexual Inadequacy" has Homer and Marge trying to pump some new blood into their tired love life by having a candlelit bath for two. This doesn't work as the tub is too small, Homer is too fat, and it ends with the two of them stuck in the tub in complete darkness, yelling for the kids to help them out.

    Real Life 
  • In Finland, getting invited to sauna together with the host is a sign of really deep friendship.
  • In Japan, it's common for older and younger family members to bathe together and it's seen as a bonding experience.
  • 24-hour saunas are common in Korea and used for bonding, business meetings, or even a place to sleep.


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Hadaka no Tsukiai

When Generalissimo asks for Benika's motives for wanting to join the Sealing Faction, he teleports them to a hot spring so they can bathe. She immediately understands he's invoking "hadaka no tsukiai" and complies, sharing her backstory and why she thinks the world isn't ready for psychic powers, all while YŨsuke feels awkward about her shamelessness.

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