Synopsis: This series spans about 3 different storylines. I say that because there may be more, but if that is so, it hasn't materialized just yet.
The first one revolves around Hiro Hirono, a high school student who also works drawing manga. Unfortunately, in doing so, he's had to skip out on school quite a bit to meet the deadlines. Enter Kei Shindo, Hiro's childhood friend who tries to look out for Hiro's well being. However, her hold over Hiro is being challenged by Miyako Miyamura, a free-spirited girl who also has a habit of skipping school. Together, these three form what is essentially the first love triangle of the series. How this will unfold is anyone's guess, seeing as how Kei has a tendency to be jealous and how Miyako has had a rather depressing past.
The second story centers on Renji, a boy in middle school who befriends Chihiro Shindo, Kei's twin sister and a girl whose eye is blind due to an accident and cannot remember anything that's occurred more than 13 hours before. In spite of this Renji works hard to see her every day and together, the two start to undertake a project to begin writing a novel. Although the fact that Chihiro cannot remember long enough to ensure that the story will run coherently from one page to the next, it's with the hope that by collaborating with Renji, she will be able to fulfill their dream of being novelists.
Finally, the last story is about Kyosuke and his eternal search for making the ultimate movie; not the one that will become a blockbuster, but one that can live up to his artistic vision. This attitude has caused him to be at odds with the cinema club at school who are looking to make their club more popular my making movies with a mass appeal. Unable to cope with such a restriction, Kyosuke has decided to abandon the club and strike it out on his own, especially now that he's found the perfect person for his movie: Kei Shindo