It uses a minimal amount of dialogue and primarily relies on pictoral storytelling. As this dapper, mustachioed old man walks around town, fe makes some connections with women. All these full-lipped women and girls fe runs into seem to fall in love with fem during their interactions (not that them falling in love actually leads to any romance or anything). Fe is kind and thoughtful and laidback and surprisingly ripped. About half of the women meet fem for the first time during the course of this manga, but the other half knew fem from when fe ran a company or from even before then. In addition to having connections with the old man, the women of this story also have encounters with one another--showing interconnectivity, community. There is a clocktower and a cafe that are central--both as places where people meet each other and as links to the past. It's pretty neat seeing how they tie everyone together in various ways, and the art is enjoyable enough.