Shy!Japan X Reader: Recognition CH 2Shy!Japan X Reader: Recognition CH 2 by Pastorii
For the rest of that period, you continued to more or less tune out on what the teacher was saying to focus on your own thoughts and that of the foreign kid sitting next to you, who turned out to never utter a word to you until the bell rang and he left his seat. You kept on thinking about Kiku even as you headed out the door and proceeded to go to your next class, and whether or not he would eventually say something to you.
When the final bell rang at the end of your last period, you instantly headed over to your locker. As you were walking down the hallway past the crowds of kids, you were able to spot, out of the corner of your eye, Kiku walking with his side nearly pressed against the lockers, his gaze dropped down to his feet and the expression on his face free of emotion. You continued to stare at him with slightly surprised eyes for a few seconds as your gaze followed him, and you thought of reaching out and saying something to him. However, you quickly declined from that option
Shy!Japan X Reader: Recognition CH 1Shy!Japan X Reader: Recognition CH 1 by Pastorii
You let out a tiny sigh as you leaned back in your seat, tapping your pencil absently against the desk as you waited for the bell to ring and announce the start of your English class. The soft sound of chattering coming from the kids around you filled your ears, and you briefly lifted your head and scanned the room. A lot of kids weren’t here yet considering the fact that you managed to arrive a bit early, but some of those who were present were sitting in their seats and taking out materials for class while a few others were having small conversations amongst each other. As for you, you were currently sitting alone, letting your mind occasionally wander.
A few minutes later, once the majority of the students were in the room, the bell rang and you instantly lifted your head just in time to see your teacher walk into the room with a smile on her face.
“Attention everyone,” she said loudly, silencing the low chattering of several students and drawing their attention to