Kimi ni Todoke - From Me To You 2nd Season

Kimi ni Todoke - From Me To You 2nd Season Episode 5 - Someone I Like

Sawako begins to piece together that she may be the one pushing Kazehaya away. Chizuru gets a makeover for Toru's wedding. Kento makes a surprising confession.

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Valentine's Day

Episode 1

Valentine's Day

Sophomore Year

Episode 2

Sophomore Year

Forget What I Said

Episode 3

Forget What I Said

You Don't Understand

Episode 4

You Don't Understand

Someone I Like

Episode 5

Someone I Like

Favor and Bother

Episode 6

Favor and Bother

Give Up Already

Episode 7

Give Up Already

Reach...

Episode 8

Reach...

Confession

Episode 9

Confession

From Here On

Episode 10

From Here On

When the Curtain Falls

Episode 11

When the Curtain Falls

A Precious Someone

Episode 12

A Precious Someone

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