Minato Kouichi was a classmate of Morinome Haru, and a student of photography. They run into each other at Rikuo’s workplace.
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The Man Named Minato
The Woman Named Yuzuhara
Premonition of a Couple
A New Year of Beginnings
A Spring Storm
The Long Way
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Shinichiro Nakagami is an everyday high school student, with the exception of having his beautiful and athletic childhood friend Hiromi Yuasa living in his household after the death of her parents. Unfortunately, their relationship is cold at best - Shinichiro can tell that she is suffering, but she acts coldly and distant from her foster family and so he is...
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I don't know how to explain it but both give that mysterious vibe about the girl that suddenly appeared in the life of a boy and started to follow him around. there is a triangle romance and some hidden pasts. And both have sometimes a dark aura with misunderstandings.
There's this same feeling of romantic tension in both. Both stories start with a mysterious new girl coming into the main guy's life. And the conclusions are equally as "huh".
It’s the third year of middle school. Kotaro, a bookish boy aspiring to become a novelist, and Akane, a track girl who loves to run, meet in the same class together for the first time. They’re put in charge of the equipment for the sports festival, and slowly grow closer via LINE. How does Kotaro deal with his growing feelings for her? Meanwhile...
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Both of these anime have a similar grounding in reality. While conventional anime romances tend to focus on the comedy and fan service aspects, these don't. They're both non flashy anime, with muted color palettes, and are both an accurate representation of how relationships unfold in real life. No unnecessary comedy, no unrealistic beach episodes, just plain realistic relationships.