The last episode offers little more than any other though it does give kind of half-hearted explanation for the locations of the quizzes and then reveals enough information that if you were in anyway interested you might want a sequel. Basically Tokine solves another riddle and we have a chat before she returns to the real world. That’s it. We’re done. Oh, except Hacchin showed up in the real world for some reason. Really glad this series is over and really not sure what I can say in a full series review that I haven’t already said so I’ll think about that for a little bit.
Nazotokine is available on Crunchyroll.