Recap – Summary : Sakama hurries to the train station where Yamagishi supposedly tried to end his life but he finds that an ambulance had already arrived.
Kudo Kankuro’s latest series after Gomen ne Seishun! (<–eternal love for this one!) tells of three men’s lives that haven’t much in common, except being born in 1987..and being extremely good-looking too! Oh, and a part of Yutori generation, of course.
(you’re all the things I’ve got to remember.) I’m still on high wings after seeing Okitegami’s finale and since I said that I was fired up to write a specific post about Kyoko/Yakusuke, it’s better to do it while my eyes are still open.
The episode starts with Yakusuke’s narration about how time is equal to everyone, even Kyoko; just because her memory resets that doesn’t mean she will get to have multiple lives and wonders what their choices will amount to.
(I’m standing at the gates, I see the beauty above.)
(we’re gonna make it.)
(so know I’m gonna stay right here, I’ll sit by your side.)
(all I know since yesterday, is everything has changed.)
(we drew up a landscape, we climbed down a ladder. )
#4th Epi Review : The Memorandum of Kyoko Okitegami/Okitegami Kyoko No Biboroku [aka Won’t Somebody Come Take Me Home]
“It’s a damn cold night, trying to figure out this life; won’t you take me by the hand, take me somewhere new…or SandGlass, whatever.”