Looking Up At the Half-Moon - Videos

Alt title: Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora

Looking Up At the Half-Moon Episode 1 - Akiko, The Girl, and Ryunosuke Akutagawa

Yuuichi, a hospital patient, has gotten into the habit of sneaking out often. When he's caught in the act, the head nurse offers to let him off the hook if he befriends a girl named Rika.

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They both are about love, but the main characters have hardships that are similar. They both have a bitter-sweet ending but many cute moments in between.

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