After his first love confession is rejected, the troubled and short Yuuki Shibuki finds himself crying away his heartbreak at a park. Feeling depressed and blaming his short height and feminine looks for his failure, his pain is eased when he encounters a cool, hooded street musician who has a soothing touch with the guitar. The next day he meets that same musician at the park and learns that 'he' was in fact a tall girl named Chikago Takamine and that she was playing the song he heard the last time specifically for him. Yuuki is quickly smitten by such an unimaginably dashing, and handsome girl. To him, it is not love, but instead, a miracle.
Ahhh, reciprocated love. Sometimes it's nice watching two people just enjoy each other's company. The two main characters are set up to be opposites to each other. Takamine is tall, emotionally reserved, and generally self-confident. Shibuki is short, passionate, and unsure of himself. On the surface, it seems like Takamine already has it all figured out and is one-sidedly providing emotional support for... read more
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