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Ken Murase, who produced the social phenomenon “silent,” and screenwriter Miku Ubukata have teamed up once again to lead a different life with the theme of “Can friendship be established between men and women?” We will deliver a new style of drama that carefully depicts the friendship and love created by these four men and women, as well as the emotions that are generated therein. The main characters are Yukue Ushio (Mikako Tabe), Tsubaki Haruki (Kohei Matsushita), Yoya Miyuki (Mio Imada), and Momiji Sato (Kaede Kamio), who have lived separate lives.
Momiji Sato wakes up in Tsubaki Haruki’s house in the morning. Momiji had suddenly come to Tsubaki’s house the night before, and after they had drunk together, she fell asleep. Momiji is scared because she doesn’t remember much about that time, but Tsubaki kindly prepares her breakfast and sends her off to her part-time job at a convenience store. Then, Momiji suddenly receives a call on her smartphone from her high school friend, Kotori Ida (Kazuki Horie), asking her to go pick up girls.
Yoya Miyuki is called by Momiji and decides to meet her. She apologizes to Momiji for calling her so suddenly, but she replies, “I was bored,” and Yoya asks if something happened. Then, Yoya suddenly asks Momiji if she likes Yukue Ushio. Momiji is surprised by her sudden question, but she can’t hide her upset when she learns that Yoya stayed at Yukue’s house.
One day, Yukue runs into Kotaro Akada (Taiga Nakano) and his wife Mineko (Momoko Tanabe) while shopping alone at an interior shop. Meanwhile, Momiji receives an unexpected request for illustration work.