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Art equals expression, an expression creating an outer form, expressing joy, sorrow, and the darkness of the soul. Yutou Riro is a student at an art college, but she believes she lacks the talent to truly succeed as an artist. Entering her life through a series of coincidences is Karaba Jo. To Riro's astonishment, Jo has an exceptional ability to draw the "real" self of the people/object he draws. His artwork draws attention to the finest details of his subject, bringing to light the truth behind each individual.

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In The Sweet Palm Of Your Hand

"I'm going to quit painting..." After Misaki Kurahashi loses an art competition, he becomes fascinated with the work of his fellow student, Ikkei Shibuya. While he's depressed at his own lack of talent, Ikkei encourages him not to quit, and paints a small picture of outer space in the palm of Misaki's hand. "Anyone can create a world, you know," he tells Misaki. The palm Ikkei touched grows hot... Sometimes inspiration comes from the strangest of places and dreams of love really do come true in the sweet palm of your hand.

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Let's Make a Mug Too (2021)

Let's Make a Mug Too (2021)

Together with her father, who had quit his salaryman job, Toyokawa Himeno moves to Gifu prefecture's Tajimi city. That's the city where her mother is from, whom she had lost when she was still young. Himeno is now attending her mother's alma mater, where her classmate Kukuri Mika invites her to tag along to a special place. That place turns out to be the pottery club! There, she learns for the first time that her mother was a legendary potter, and is consequently pulled into the world of pottery.

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Let's Make a Mug Too

Let's Make a Mug Too

The city of Tajimi, located in the southern part of Gif Prefecture, Japan, is famous for Mino earthenware. The city is dotted with historical pottery producers and ceramic art museums.It has facilities where you can try your hand at making pottery, and many restaurants that serve food on Minoware dishes. The story begins when a high school girl moves to a shopping street in Tajimi. Many encounters await her, friends, town folk, ceramic art, etc. What will she discover in a town famous for ceramic?

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