Shoya comes to understand why Yuzuru was raised to be a boy, in order to watch out for and protect Shoko. When Shoya is confronted by a scruffy 'boy' ( who is actually Yuzuru, Shoko's younger sister ), it is Nagatsuka who runs interference with the 'boy', so that Shoya and Shoko can finally be together for a bit.

He would rather play video games at home ( he does ), that ever think of studying for school. Toward the end of the manga, it is implied that Shoya, now trying to be molded into a mature young man, would eventually take over the family hairdresser business from his mom, him being the business manager, with Shoko being the hair stylist.

The movie does not tell about the circumstances surrounding Shoya's mom, Miyako Ishida, who came to have two children, an older girl and a younger boy, and with herself as a single mom. When Shoya and Shoko had their date at the amusement park, and Yuzuru became suspecious of Naoko asking Shoko to go together on the Ferris Wheel alone, Yuzuru secretly placed a live cam on Shoko to record what took place in the Ferris Wheel car between Naoko and Shoko. Coincidental to Ishida's reply to Shōko, it seems like he answered back to Shōko's feelings for him.

At this point in his life, Shoya is on the verge of becoming a delinquent. A special friendship with a girl that was so foreign to Shoya. Not much is known about this other than her statement that, "...in a huff, he left both the salon and our family!"

Whether by choice, or be default, Miyako seems to have provided little in the way of time and attention to Shoya during his childhood, leading to him being alone to do as he saw fit.

He finds her at a private school for the deaf.

This suited him well, as he was looked up to as a gang-style role model by other boys, and those other boys provided him with a purpose ( abet a skewed outlook ) in life. In the manga, a drunk Miyako is overheard talking to Yaeko Nishimiyaabout her divorce. Affiliation This gives him a mournful, tragic facial appearance. Over time, Shoya comes to value his relationship with Nagatsuka, with the two of them meeting together and doing many things together.

He always played pranks with living things or other kids. Shoya was always so intent on being the 'master of ceremonies' within the classroom, but over time, attention began to be given to Shoko because of her special circumstances of not being able to hear.

Shoya seems to be a person who, due to life's circumstances, had been kicked into the 'dry well' of unrestrained self-gratification leading to emotional and social debasement, but was eventually able to climb out of such circumstances on their own sheer willpower and self-judgement of guilt, a remarkable feat in and of itself !

Koe no Katachi Wiki is a FANDOM Anime Community. After he became the scapegoat for the bullying of Nishimiya, Ishida was isolated from everyone and became a very introverted individual. His straight short hair is jet black, always looking wind tossed and uncombed, that forms into many tiny spikes all over his head. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Shoya has narrow shoulders, and a flat chest.

Shōya is very tall compared to his classmates and stands out in height compared to everyone. But something did. Ishida has black spiky hair that seems to grow backward and has small dark-green irises. Shōya Ishida: Shōya is Maria's uncle. After Nishimiya transferred to their class, Ishida became more devious as he always mocked Nishimiya, which resulted in him receiving scoldings from his teachers often. Magister Negi Magi • Rave Master • Real Account • Samurai Deeper Kyo • School Rumble • Suzuka • Tantei Gakuen Q • Tsubasa Chronicle • Tsurezure Children • Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo, All • Action • Adventure • Comedy • Drama • Fantasy • Horror • Mecha • Mystery • Romance • Sci-fi • Slice of Life • Sports • Supernatural • Memes • Funimation. He also slowly grew to hate everyone and see them as "pretenders", such as Mashiba (who he thinks brown hair doesn't suit him), or Miki Kawai (calling her a hypocrite though initially, it was not a complete lie). His school uniform is also the outfit that he was wearing on the day that he was going to commit suicide. Shoya was raised in a single parent home. He has a square, somewhat flat face with a pointed chin. Shoya has narrowed, beady eyes of a dark grayish-brown color, with thick eyebrows. As Shoya consents to see Shoko with somewhat regular occurrences, a 'bury the hatchet' mood prevails, wherein a gradual sense of understanding and trust begins to develop between the two. He is loyal to his family and to his gang.

Once his realized this, redemption began to replace self-defeat, and Shoya began to rebuild his personality traits, this with help, whether he realized it or not, from Shoko. Eventually, Naoko had to look elsewhere for any intimate shipping and Eros love.

During grade school, Ishida loved to go on self-imposed adventures and played a lot, in what he described as a battle against "boredom". Thus, Shoya was left to himself for most of his childhood, to do pretty much whatever he pleased. The main character and narrator. Gender

He is of average height and weight for an tween boy, although he is the tallest ( but not by much ) of his three member boy's gang.

When a contest is arranged for amateur movie producers, Nagatsuka conscripts Shoya, as well as other friends, to help him do so.

But perhaps the most important trait to be introduced to Shoya, and for him to embrace, was the learning of humility, and the acceptance of being teachable. In the days of his early childhood, Shōya was an indifferent child, one who viewed his family members, his friends of the same age, and the fellow students in school as no more than a way of staving off his unending boredom.

When Shoko, the deaf/mute girl, is introduced to public school, Shoya only ignores her, he being more interested in playing with a mechanical pencil that morning.

All this just to pass the time, to fight boredom, and to entertain himself and the Merry Men of his youthful gang. He has lived a 'lone wolf' life after being blamed for the sole bullying of Shōko Nishimiya during elementary school. Occupation https://koenokatachi.fandom.com/wiki/Shōya_Ishida?oldid=9375. Unfortunately, Shoya's first knee-jerk reaction was to consider suicide, showing the depth of self-remorse and self-loathing that he had developed for himself, especially for bullying Shoko. The theme of time travel has been used in many anime and manga stories. Shoya Ishida, and his "boys in the 'hood", Kazuki Shimada, and Keisuke Hirose did just as they pleased, whenever and wherever they wanted to. He can be mean-spirited, as when he throws sand in the face of Shoko when she was on the playground.

But most took her, eventually including Shoya, for a storm cloud gathering on the horizon. Portrayal He also has baggy suit clothes that he wears. She would share in the bullying of Shoko, but in a clandestine way, so as not to be apparent in her motives. However, Shoya did have a measure of respect for his mom. However, his mother owned and operated a hair styling salon as their means of income, and that business enterprise took up just about all of her time. This occurs once Shoya has had sufficient time to prove that he no longer is or intends to be a bully or a threat to Shoko.

And that means that this tumultuous love story would have a happy ending after all ! Ishida misunderstands (suki) "like" to (tsuki) "moon" as Shōko confessed to him and he replied "the moon is beautiful."

Single So when Shoya came to his aid, that played out as almost instant friendship and loyalty, at least as far as Nagatsuka is concerned. Seeing this happen, even if it was so slow to manifest itself, and even if it seemed unlikely that such would happen to any meaningful degree, is enough, I feel, to imply that Shoko and Shoya will eventually marry, and continue to share their insights with one another. Many years later, Shoya would run into Kazuki at the amusement park wherein he had taken Shoko on a date.

He would in a sense, place an 'X' on the faces of people, so as not to interact with them. Shoya would not see her again until several years later.

One outstanding crystal trait that Shoya did come to have in his personality was that he had the capacity to become introspective, in a sense falling back to default mode, before he could begin to address his new, changed life's circumstances that he had created for himself, and had found himself in. The two Merry Men probably took note of the first attempts to bully Shoko that Shoya had begun. Shoya never knew this, never knew that it was those two that came to his rescue then, not until Naoka, who had promised never to tell, actually told Shoya much later what exactly happened that faithful night. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. But Shoya is interested in only Shoya, so Naoko only bides her time by dressing attractive and alluring ( for a sixth grader ), and hanging on Shoya like a groupie. All that is shown with any detail is that Shoya was raised by a single mom, who, unfortunately, spent a lot of her time taking care of her home business of hairdressing. Best buds all around, with seemingly nothing that would ever come between them. His arms and legs look spindly, like he might be malnourished (although in fact he was not). Only a day had passed when the two Merry Men confronted Shoya, and meated out their own version of justice and punishment, when they threw Shoya and his backpack into the filthy school fountain, the very same fountain that Shoya had pitched Shoko's communication notebook into ! Very little is related about that fact that Shoya had an older sister. The clothing tag on the back of his black shirt always would stick out.

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Shoya comes to understand why Yuzuru was raised to be a boy, in order to watch out for and protect Shoko. When Shoya is confronted by a scruffy 'boy' ( who is actually Yuzuru, Shoko's younger sister ), it is Nagatsuka who runs interference with the 'boy', so that Shoya and Shoko can finally be together for a bit.

He would rather play video games at home ( he does ), that ever think of studying for school. Toward the end of the manga, it is implied that Shoya, now trying to be molded into a mature young man, would eventually take over the family hairdresser business from his mom, him being the business manager, with Shoko being the hair stylist.

The movie does not tell about the circumstances surrounding Shoya's mom, Miyako Ishida, who came to have two children, an older girl and a younger boy, and with herself as a single mom. When Shoya and Shoko had their date at the amusement park, and Yuzuru became suspecious of Naoko asking Shoko to go together on the Ferris Wheel alone, Yuzuru secretly placed a live cam on Shoko to record what took place in the Ferris Wheel car between Naoko and Shoko. Coincidental to Ishida's reply to Shōko, it seems like he answered back to Shōko's feelings for him.

At this point in his life, Shoya is on the verge of becoming a delinquent. A special friendship with a girl that was so foreign to Shoya. Not much is known about this other than her statement that, "...in a huff, he left both the salon and our family!"

Whether by choice, or be default, Miyako seems to have provided little in the way of time and attention to Shoya during his childhood, leading to him being alone to do as he saw fit.

He finds her at a private school for the deaf.

This suited him well, as he was looked up to as a gang-style role model by other boys, and those other boys provided him with a purpose ( abet a skewed outlook ) in life. In the manga, a drunk Miyako is overheard talking to Yaeko Nishimiyaabout her divorce. Affiliation This gives him a mournful, tragic facial appearance. Over time, Shoya comes to value his relationship with Nagatsuka, with the two of them meeting together and doing many things together.

He always played pranks with living things or other kids. Shoya was always so intent on being the 'master of ceremonies' within the classroom, but over time, attention began to be given to Shoko because of her special circumstances of not being able to hear.

Shoya seems to be a person who, due to life's circumstances, had been kicked into the 'dry well' of unrestrained self-gratification leading to emotional and social debasement, but was eventually able to climb out of such circumstances on their own sheer willpower and self-judgement of guilt, a remarkable feat in and of itself !

Koe no Katachi Wiki is a FANDOM Anime Community. After he became the scapegoat for the bullying of Nishimiya, Ishida was isolated from everyone and became a very introverted individual. His straight short hair is jet black, always looking wind tossed and uncombed, that forms into many tiny spikes all over his head. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Shoya has narrow shoulders, and a flat chest.

Shōya is very tall compared to his classmates and stands out in height compared to everyone. But something did. Ishida has black spiky hair that seems to grow backward and has small dark-green irises. Shōya Ishida: Shōya is Maria's uncle. After Nishimiya transferred to their class, Ishida became more devious as he always mocked Nishimiya, which resulted in him receiving scoldings from his teachers often. Magister Negi Magi • Rave Master • Real Account • Samurai Deeper Kyo • School Rumble • Suzuka • Tantei Gakuen Q • Tsubasa Chronicle • Tsurezure Children • Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo, All • Action • Adventure • Comedy • Drama • Fantasy • Horror • Mecha • Mystery • Romance • Sci-fi • Slice of Life • Sports • Supernatural • Memes • Funimation. He also slowly grew to hate everyone and see them as "pretenders", such as Mashiba (who he thinks brown hair doesn't suit him), or Miki Kawai (calling her a hypocrite though initially, it was not a complete lie). His school uniform is also the outfit that he was wearing on the day that he was going to commit suicide. Shoya was raised in a single parent home. He has a square, somewhat flat face with a pointed chin. Shoya has narrowed, beady eyes of a dark grayish-brown color, with thick eyebrows. As Shoya consents to see Shoko with somewhat regular occurrences, a 'bury the hatchet' mood prevails, wherein a gradual sense of understanding and trust begins to develop between the two. He is loyal to his family and to his gang.

Once his realized this, redemption began to replace self-defeat, and Shoya began to rebuild his personality traits, this with help, whether he realized it or not, from Shoko. Eventually, Naoko had to look elsewhere for any intimate shipping and Eros love.

During grade school, Ishida loved to go on self-imposed adventures and played a lot, in what he described as a battle against "boredom". Thus, Shoya was left to himself for most of his childhood, to do pretty much whatever he pleased. The main character and narrator. Gender

He is of average height and weight for an tween boy, although he is the tallest ( but not by much ) of his three member boy's gang.

When a contest is arranged for amateur movie producers, Nagatsuka conscripts Shoya, as well as other friends, to help him do so.

But perhaps the most important trait to be introduced to Shoya, and for him to embrace, was the learning of humility, and the acceptance of being teachable. In the days of his early childhood, Shōya was an indifferent child, one who viewed his family members, his friends of the same age, and the fellow students in school as no more than a way of staving off his unending boredom.

When Shoko, the deaf/mute girl, is introduced to public school, Shoya only ignores her, he being more interested in playing with a mechanical pencil that morning.

All this just to pass the time, to fight boredom, and to entertain himself and the Merry Men of his youthful gang. He has lived a 'lone wolf' life after being blamed for the sole bullying of Shōko Nishimiya during elementary school. Occupation https://koenokatachi.fandom.com/wiki/Shōya_Ishida?oldid=9375. Unfortunately, Shoya's first knee-jerk reaction was to consider suicide, showing the depth of self-remorse and self-loathing that he had developed for himself, especially for bullying Shoko. The theme of time travel has been used in many anime and manga stories. Shoya Ishida, and his "boys in the 'hood", Kazuki Shimada, and Keisuke Hirose did just as they pleased, whenever and wherever they wanted to. He can be mean-spirited, as when he throws sand in the face of Shoko when she was on the playground.

But most took her, eventually including Shoya, for a storm cloud gathering on the horizon. Portrayal He also has baggy suit clothes that he wears. She would share in the bullying of Shoko, but in a clandestine way, so as not to be apparent in her motives. However, Shoya did have a measure of respect for his mom. However, his mother owned and operated a hair styling salon as their means of income, and that business enterprise took up just about all of her time. This occurs once Shoya has had sufficient time to prove that he no longer is or intends to be a bully or a threat to Shoko.

And that means that this tumultuous love story would have a happy ending after all ! Ishida misunderstands (suki) "like" to (tsuki) "moon" as Shōko confessed to him and he replied "the moon is beautiful."

Single So when Shoya came to his aid, that played out as almost instant friendship and loyalty, at least as far as Nagatsuka is concerned. Seeing this happen, even if it was so slow to manifest itself, and even if it seemed unlikely that such would happen to any meaningful degree, is enough, I feel, to imply that Shoko and Shoya will eventually marry, and continue to share their insights with one another. Many years later, Shoya would run into Kazuki at the amusement park wherein he had taken Shoko on a date.

He would in a sense, place an 'X' on the faces of people, so as not to interact with them. Shoya would not see her again until several years later.

One outstanding crystal trait that Shoya did come to have in his personality was that he had the capacity to become introspective, in a sense falling back to default mode, before he could begin to address his new, changed life's circumstances that he had created for himself, and had found himself in. The two Merry Men probably took note of the first attempts to bully Shoko that Shoya had begun. Shoya never knew this, never knew that it was those two that came to his rescue then, not until Naoka, who had promised never to tell, actually told Shoya much later what exactly happened that faithful night. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. But Shoya is interested in only Shoya, so Naoko only bides her time by dressing attractive and alluring ( for a sixth grader ), and hanging on Shoya like a groupie. All that is shown with any detail is that Shoya was raised by a single mom, who, unfortunately, spent a lot of her time taking care of her home business of hairdressing. Best buds all around, with seemingly nothing that would ever come between them. His arms and legs look spindly, like he might be malnourished (although in fact he was not). Only a day had passed when the two Merry Men confronted Shoya, and meated out their own version of justice and punishment, when they threw Shoya and his backpack into the filthy school fountain, the very same fountain that Shoya had pitched Shoko's communication notebook into ! Very little is related about that fact that Shoya had an older sister. The clothing tag on the back of his black shirt always would stick out.

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But the result turned out to be the same, that is, two teenagers---a boy and a girl---were able to find one another and eventually sync with one another on an emotional, social, and spiritual level. As a child, Shōko kept her hair in a style somewhat reminiscent of a bob cut except her hair is straighter around the sides. Koe no Katachi (聲の形 The Shape of Voice) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yoshitoki Oima. Ishida Shouya, one of the bullies, goes to the point where she transfers to another school. Shoya's redemption was authenticated when he chose to sacrifice himself to save Shoko from her suicide attempt. In the manga, Ishida had dark brown eyes while in the animated movie, he has dark green eyes. Later, it comes as quite a shock to Shoya to learn that the mean-spirited 'boy' is not actually her boyfriend, and furthermore, not actually a boy, but Shoko's imoto ( little sister ), called Yuzuru !

But by then, Keisuke was already married to a nice girl, and had produced a daughter with her. After he became the scapegoat for the bullying of Nishimiya, Ishida was isolated from everyone and became a very introverted individual. She is usually seen in only the school's uniform. On that morning when Shoya came to school, and was told by Naoko that a new transfer student ("It's a girl") would be introduced to the class, Shoya took little note of the whole incident. The only time he gives any attention to what he is going to be wearing seems to be the times that he is going on a date with Shoko, or will be with her for any period of time.

Shoya comes to understand why Yuzuru was raised to be a boy, in order to watch out for and protect Shoko. When Shoya is confronted by a scruffy 'boy' ( who is actually Yuzuru, Shoko's younger sister ), it is Nagatsuka who runs interference with the 'boy', so that Shoya and Shoko can finally be together for a bit.

He would rather play video games at home ( he does ), that ever think of studying for school. Toward the end of the manga, it is implied that Shoya, now trying to be molded into a mature young man, would eventually take over the family hairdresser business from his mom, him being the business manager, with Shoko being the hair stylist.

The movie does not tell about the circumstances surrounding Shoya's mom, Miyako Ishida, who came to have two children, an older girl and a younger boy, and with herself as a single mom. When Shoya and Shoko had their date at the amusement park, and Yuzuru became suspecious of Naoko asking Shoko to go together on the Ferris Wheel alone, Yuzuru secretly placed a live cam on Shoko to record what took place in the Ferris Wheel car between Naoko and Shoko. Coincidental to Ishida's reply to Shōko, it seems like he answered back to Shōko's feelings for him.

At this point in his life, Shoya is on the verge of becoming a delinquent. A special friendship with a girl that was so foreign to Shoya. Not much is known about this other than her statement that, "...in a huff, he left both the salon and our family!"

Whether by choice, or be default, Miyako seems to have provided little in the way of time and attention to Shoya during his childhood, leading to him being alone to do as he saw fit.

He finds her at a private school for the deaf.

This suited him well, as he was looked up to as a gang-style role model by other boys, and those other boys provided him with a purpose ( abet a skewed outlook ) in life. In the manga, a drunk Miyako is overheard talking to Yaeko Nishimiyaabout her divorce. Affiliation This gives him a mournful, tragic facial appearance. Over time, Shoya comes to value his relationship with Nagatsuka, with the two of them meeting together and doing many things together.

He always played pranks with living things or other kids. Shoya was always so intent on being the 'master of ceremonies' within the classroom, but over time, attention began to be given to Shoko because of her special circumstances of not being able to hear.

Shoya seems to be a person who, due to life's circumstances, had been kicked into the 'dry well' of unrestrained self-gratification leading to emotional and social debasement, but was eventually able to climb out of such circumstances on their own sheer willpower and self-judgement of guilt, a remarkable feat in and of itself !

Koe no Katachi Wiki is a FANDOM Anime Community. After he became the scapegoat for the bullying of Nishimiya, Ishida was isolated from everyone and became a very introverted individual. His straight short hair is jet black, always looking wind tossed and uncombed, that forms into many tiny spikes all over his head. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Shoya has narrow shoulders, and a flat chest.

Shōya is very tall compared to his classmates and stands out in height compared to everyone. But something did. Ishida has black spiky hair that seems to grow backward and has small dark-green irises. Shōya Ishida: Shōya is Maria's uncle. After Nishimiya transferred to their class, Ishida became more devious as he always mocked Nishimiya, which resulted in him receiving scoldings from his teachers often. Magister Negi Magi • Rave Master • Real Account • Samurai Deeper Kyo • School Rumble • Suzuka • Tantei Gakuen Q • Tsubasa Chronicle • Tsurezure Children • Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo, All • Action • Adventure • Comedy • Drama • Fantasy • Horror • Mecha • Mystery • Romance • Sci-fi • Slice of Life • Sports • Supernatural • Memes • Funimation. He also slowly grew to hate everyone and see them as "pretenders", such as Mashiba (who he thinks brown hair doesn't suit him), or Miki Kawai (calling her a hypocrite though initially, it was not a complete lie). His school uniform is also the outfit that he was wearing on the day that he was going to commit suicide. Shoya was raised in a single parent home. He has a square, somewhat flat face with a pointed chin. Shoya has narrowed, beady eyes of a dark grayish-brown color, with thick eyebrows. As Shoya consents to see Shoko with somewhat regular occurrences, a 'bury the hatchet' mood prevails, wherein a gradual sense of understanding and trust begins to develop between the two. He is loyal to his family and to his gang.

Once his realized this, redemption began to replace self-defeat, and Shoya began to rebuild his personality traits, this with help, whether he realized it or not, from Shoko. Eventually, Naoko had to look elsewhere for any intimate shipping and Eros love.

During grade school, Ishida loved to go on self-imposed adventures and played a lot, in what he described as a battle against "boredom". Thus, Shoya was left to himself for most of his childhood, to do pretty much whatever he pleased. The main character and narrator. Gender

He is of average height and weight for an tween boy, although he is the tallest ( but not by much ) of his three member boy's gang.

When a contest is arranged for amateur movie producers, Nagatsuka conscripts Shoya, as well as other friends, to help him do so.

But perhaps the most important trait to be introduced to Shoya, and for him to embrace, was the learning of humility, and the acceptance of being teachable. In the days of his early childhood, Shōya was an indifferent child, one who viewed his family members, his friends of the same age, and the fellow students in school as no more than a way of staving off his unending boredom.

When Shoko, the deaf/mute girl, is introduced to public school, Shoya only ignores her, he being more interested in playing with a mechanical pencil that morning.

All this just to pass the time, to fight boredom, and to entertain himself and the Merry Men of his youthful gang. He has lived a 'lone wolf' life after being blamed for the sole bullying of Shōko Nishimiya during elementary school. Occupation https://koenokatachi.fandom.com/wiki/Shōya_Ishida?oldid=9375. Unfortunately, Shoya's first knee-jerk reaction was to consider suicide, showing the depth of self-remorse and self-loathing that he had developed for himself, especially for bullying Shoko. The theme of time travel has been used in many anime and manga stories. Shoya Ishida, and his "boys in the 'hood", Kazuki Shimada, and Keisuke Hirose did just as they pleased, whenever and wherever they wanted to. He can be mean-spirited, as when he throws sand in the face of Shoko when she was on the playground.

But most took her, eventually including Shoya, for a storm cloud gathering on the horizon. Portrayal He also has baggy suit clothes that he wears. She would share in the bullying of Shoko, but in a clandestine way, so as not to be apparent in her motives. However, Shoya did have a measure of respect for his mom. However, his mother owned and operated a hair styling salon as their means of income, and that business enterprise took up just about all of her time. This occurs once Shoya has had sufficient time to prove that he no longer is or intends to be a bully or a threat to Shoko.

And that means that this tumultuous love story would have a happy ending after all ! Ishida misunderstands (suki) "like" to (tsuki) "moon" as Shōko confessed to him and he replied "the moon is beautiful."

Single So when Shoya came to his aid, that played out as almost instant friendship and loyalty, at least as far as Nagatsuka is concerned. Seeing this happen, even if it was so slow to manifest itself, and even if it seemed unlikely that such would happen to any meaningful degree, is enough, I feel, to imply that Shoko and Shoya will eventually marry, and continue to share their insights with one another. Many years later, Shoya would run into Kazuki at the amusement park wherein he had taken Shoko on a date.

He would in a sense, place an 'X' on the faces of people, so as not to interact with them. Shoya would not see her again until several years later.

One outstanding crystal trait that Shoya did come to have in his personality was that he had the capacity to become introspective, in a sense falling back to default mode, before he could begin to address his new, changed life's circumstances that he had created for himself, and had found himself in. The two Merry Men probably took note of the first attempts to bully Shoko that Shoya had begun. Shoya never knew this, never knew that it was those two that came to his rescue then, not until Naoka, who had promised never to tell, actually told Shoya much later what exactly happened that faithful night. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. But Shoya is interested in only Shoya, so Naoko only bides her time by dressing attractive and alluring ( for a sixth grader ), and hanging on Shoya like a groupie. All that is shown with any detail is that Shoya was raised by a single mom, who, unfortunately, spent a lot of her time taking care of her home business of hairdressing. Best buds all around, with seemingly nothing that would ever come between them. His arms and legs look spindly, like he might be malnourished (although in fact he was not). Only a day had passed when the two Merry Men confronted Shoya, and meated out their own version of justice and punishment, when they threw Shoya and his backpack into the filthy school fountain, the very same fountain that Shoya had pitched Shoko's communication notebook into ! Very little is related about that fact that Shoya had an older sister. The clothing tag on the back of his black shirt always would stick out.

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