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Kaguya Sama Love Is War is the funniest rom-com in recent years. It's charming, dynamic, and full of very unique, entertaining characters, as well as a narrator who deserves all of the fame and love the world has to offer. The show's second season amplified everything that made the first season work and is a joy to watch.
Chika Fujiwara is the protagonist of the Kaguya-Sama Lover Is War series. She is a third-year Shuchi'in Academy high school student, a member of the Tabletop Gaming Club, and the current secretary of the high school Student Council. Chika is one of the most popular characters on the show. Neither the anime nor the manga has given any clear indications of her current love interest or who she might end up with. That said, let’s discuss Chika’s potential love interests.
Chika Fujiwara and Yu Ishigami are also members of the Student Council. Chika, like almost everyone else, thinks Ishigami is a jerk. Meanwhile, much to her annoyance, Ishigami is usually the only person who can decipher Fujiwara's actions and intentions.
The ship set sail as a result of the two being the other main character duo (aside from Ai Hayasaka and later Miko Iino) alongside the two protagonists. Their opposing personalities, with Yu being calm, introverted, and reserved and Chika being a very lively, extraverted person, endeared them to fans. So did their "game," in which they make each other lose the will to live.
However, seeing as Ishigami is probably to be coupled with Miko Ino in the manga, Fujigami is going to have to exist in the imaginations and fanfics of the shippers for now.
Since Hayasaka and Fujiwara are Shinomiya’s closest friends, they occasionally meet and talk to each other. Hayasaka maintains a friendly relationship with Fujiwara at school, even when she is in her 'girl mode.' Haysaca (her cross-dressing butler persona) is the only “male” character Fujiwara has expressed genuine physical attraction to date.
During her winter break, Hayasaka was constantly annoyed by Kaguya, who went on and on about her kisses with Miyuki. She eventually became frustrated and desperate to know what it's like to be kissed. At the same time, she was distracting Fujiwara in order to keep her from ruining Kaguya's date with Miyuki. Hayasaka inquired about Chika's feelings toward kissing, and Chikal admitted she would like to be forced into a kiss by surprise. Hayasaka then made an attempt to kiss her.
The two's relationship has become awkward and ambiguous since winter break. Fujiwara is worried about Hayasaka kissing her again, while the latter is desperately trying to explain her actions.