Nyanko Sensei hasn’t been home in days, and Natsume is starting to get worried. He knows Sensei left in a party mood, but he has no idea where his friend and bodyguard was headed. And now there are rumors of evil spirits from the east heading to the local forest. Will Natsume have to face this threat all on his own? -- VIZ Media
If you were craving for soothing chapters, you wishes have been granted:
In the first story, while getting involved (as usual) with a weak ayakashi he met in the forest, Natsume come's to understand Nyanko a little bit more. If this was a game, Natume-Nyanko relationship would have gained +1 trust point in this story.
In Second story we get to know more about Kitamoto's personality and family background. This was the blandest story from the volume, but we got from Natsume-Kitamoto's relationship a +1 friendship point.
Third story was my favorite, prepare for some feels. It revolves around an ayakashi who wants to go back home, and ends up in Natsume's house possessing a miniature clay figurine. What kind of clay figurine? Glad you asked, a mini Nyanko sensei figurine! (made by Natsume). That mini Nyanko was adorable. We had a black Nyanko in a previous episode and now we got a mini. If I could name this story, it would be "Mini Nyanko is a cinnamon roll we must protect".
Lastly, the special is about Natori's past told in present tense from Natori's point of view. This special was superb, not only we get to see Natori's life as a student (he feels like Natsume), but we also learn a lot about Matoba. There is a lot of important information in these pages but I wont spoil it for you.
Nothing specially shocking or of great importance plot-wise, but it has all the typical elements from this manga that will make you have fuzzy feelings and will soothe your heart.