Uenoyama is a skilled guitarist who has lost his passion for playing, while Sato is constantly carrying around a prized guitar that he has no idea how to play or restring. When he begs Uenoyama to fix his guitar and then teach him to play, Sato becomes completely attached, and the relationship is cemented when he tags along to Uenoyama’s band practice and listens to him perform for the first time.
Before Oda Nobunaga grew to become one of the most famous warlords in Japan’s history, he was Kipposhi – an apparently lovable scamp (and extreme pretty-boy) who spent most of his time mixing with street urchins and being hated on by his parents.
Born into a wealthy family in a provincial town, Tuesday dreams of becoming a musician – something nobody around her seems to understand. Meanwhile, a similarly aged girl named Carole, scraping a living in the metropolis of Alba City, has the same aspirations. When Tuesday runs away and the pair chance to meet, they aim to make their shared dream a reality.
Takuya, a mysterious professional courier who will deliver anyone and anything for the right price, accepts the job of escorting Yuki, the mysterious lone survivor of a mysteriously disappeared city, back to the only home she knows. However, a mysterious agency seems hell bent on obtaining Yuki for their own mysterious purposes, and together, Takuya and Yuki will have to unravel the mystery of the lost city before anyone remembers they’re supposed to care.
Abducted by an unknown kidnapper when he was young and rescued by a mysterious woman named Milo, Daisuke Dojima is now a high-school student in Shibuya, waiting eagerly to protect his friends against unspecified adversaries as Milo once prophesized. When that day finally comes, huge mecha-like creatures called Revisions suddenly attack and Milo reappears, providing Daisuke with a mobile suit to help save Shibuya.
Jabami Yumeko and the rest of our lovable scamps are back. By day, Hyakkaou Academy for the Obscenely Rich (or otherwise just plain Obscene) is just your average prestigious private high school for the exceedingly privileged. By night, it turns into a gambling den, with apparently any game and any stakes allowed, and where cheating is a-okay so long as it’s spelled out for the audience.
To all appearances, Mei Ayazuki is a completely ordinary high school girl. However, when she became aware of her ability to see ghosts at a young age, she isolated herself from her peers and now wears headphones to block out the voices of her ‘friends’ who she can still hear to this day. One night, a self-proclaimed magician transports her back in time to an alternative Meiji Period Tokyo, where she meets a number of real-life historical figures in bishounen form.