Recap – Summary : Hiramasa is embarrassed after the kiss, and makes a quick escape while Mikuri wonders what his gesture really meant.
The most handsome postman in the world, must come to terms with the inevitable truth of “memento mori.”
Recap – Summary : Mikuri is happy that Hiramasa is starting to become more relaxed around her, and brings up the topic of “hug day” since it is Tuesday.
A murderer with affinity for the red color, along with a cult responsible for several bombings around Tokyo, pose the latest grave threat for Kisaragi and her colleagues.
Recap – Summary : Mikuri’s proposition surprises Hiramasa, who’s unsure whether he should accept her idea or not.
So today (sort of) marks the anniversary of dramajjang’s 2 years! It’s sort of lame but this is quite a milestone for us.
Moriyama Mikuri (Gakky) is a psychology graduate but finds it difficult to work on her field; her father sets her up to work part-time for Tsuzaki Hiramasa, (Hoshino Gen) a company engineer. A number of events, lead them to decide that a “de facto” marriage, would be the best for both of them.
Well, I said I would do this for my 200th post, so here I am with a couple prolonged scenes/lines of dialogues, taken directly from the Itsukoi novel script book.
I got asked a question the other day, regarding the ending scene of Itsukoi’s finale; that is, if it was originally supposed to be different, than the scene it aired. And the answer is, yep, the original script of it, had quite a few differences.