Tsutsui Hikari (a.k.a "Tsuttsun") is a high school student who is content with his virtual life of anime and video games. One day, he gets stuck cleaning the pool with Iroha, a real live girl who is stylish, sassy and known to be easy with boys ... and she aggressively approaches him! Tsuttsun, who has few friends and lives in his own world, finds himself smitten by the confident and wild Iroha ... and his whole world is turned upside down!! It's the awkward and pure love story of a boy who experiences relationship for the first time.
Nothing can save Tsutsui from the normie event of the season: The Culture Festival. Will the gang be able to pull it together to have an event to remember?
The Culture Festival is in full swing, which means the gang must step up to the plate and make sure the whole school has a good time, no matter how awkward it may be.
Hikari welcomes the return of normalcy with sweet relief, but it doesn't last after he finds his dad at a cafe with a woman who isn't his mom.
Tsutsui's family is at a crossroads. Some families can survive betrayals, but others cannot. One thing remains clear though: Trust isn't so easily repaired once broken.
When Ayado's manga-inspired fantasies derail her date with Ito, she realizes dating in 3D is a lot more complicated than it looks.
Ishino has finally scored a date with Takanashi! But they aren't the only ones visiting the aquarium this afternoon...
Why has Ito gone to Takanashi for advice? Shouldn't he be asking Tsutsui for help, instead? They're best friends, after all, and — wait, Ito asked Takanashi about WHAT?
When Takanashi's mother is hospitalized, Ishino steps in to help cook dinner. She means well, but will Takanashi just see this as more of Ishino's meddling?
As college entrance exams loom large, Tsutsui's grades begin to slip. Has he stopped caring about his future, or is something else distracting him?
Iroha's time with Tsutsui will come to an end in just one month -- so why is she avoiding him?
Tsutsui has been in a rut ever since he said goodbye to Iroha. Can his friends snap him out of it before their college entrance exams?
No matter what happens to your memory, they say the heart never forgets.