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chapter 33 summary (ep.9 season 2)
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    After the string of surreal events that happened recently in the lives of the Morita brothers, Kaoru went missing on the first day of snow. Shinobu thinks back about his conversation with his brother. He recalled that it was snowing outside and they were talking whilst sitting by the windowsill. Shinobu suggested that they should go somewhere warm and relax for a bit, but Kaoru refused out right and pointed out that Shinobu looked relieved as if he has finally been freed of his burden, the burden of supporting Kaoru and staying by his side even if it meant disobeying his father’s wishes. Kaoru asked for confirmation on whether or not what he said was true. Shinobu did not answer. Kaoru remembered what his father told him about heading towards the light. However, he confessed that he couldn’t see the light. He did not even know where it came from. With a sad voice, he told Shinobu that his dad only cared about Shinobu until the very end. Painfully, Kaoru wondered what it would’ve been like to be his brother. Shinobu now doubts as to whether he did the right thing in helping his brother exact revenge. Shiroyama assures Shinobu that the efforts, loyalty, and friendship of all of his father’s former employees and Shinobu will prevent Kaoru from harming himself. In a snow-filled park, Shinobu sits with his head down.

    Meanwhile, Yamada and Takemoto are in the hospital to visit Hagu. A troubled Shuuji meets them and asks them to come back another time. Earlier that day, Hagu had been crying, shaking, and cringing in pain from the numerous injuries she sustained during the accident. Shuuji asked her if she wanted to take painkillers to numb her senses, but Hagu refused and told him that she would endure it, so she would be able to tell whether the nerves in her right arm have connected or not. Hagu was aware that in the case that she would not feel any sensation in her right hand soon, she would have to have another surgery. Thus, Hagu chose to endure the pain. Just then, she calls for Shuuji. In tears and with every bit of strength left, Hagu tells Shuuji that she could feel her right hand again. She weakly utters how glad she is and right after, succumbs to a deep sleep due to exhaustion. Takemoto, Yamada, and Shuuji are talking in the hospital hallway by a vending machine later, and Shuuji shares that he told Hagu everything about her present condition. He also recounts all the things that Hagu endured. Shuuji tells them that Hagu refused to take painkillers, refused to sleep, and even ignored the pain from all her other wounds just to feel the slightest hint of sensation from her hand.

    As Yamada and Takemoto are walking home, they contemplate on the earlier events - both of them are overwhelmed with what they have heard, and they are still trying to imagine how Hagu could have dealt with all her struggles. Hagu’s inner strength, will, and courage, is beyond their comprehension; they are in awe of her. Takemoto ponders on what Shuuji told them earlier about the probability of Hagu not being able to regain sensation and feeling to her fingertips even after rehabilitation. Hagu might also develop other sensory disabilities for the rest of her life. Takemoto pauses, looks up to the night sky and utters a silent plead to God to save Hagu. The next morning, Nomiya spots Yamada looking at cell phone brochures. They go back to Fujiwara Design where Yamada explains that she wants to be of help to Hagu and Shuuji, so it would be better if she owns a cell phone. She feels that she doesn’t really have much to offer to someone like Hagu. Nomiya points out that Yamada may not be the only one thinking the same thing. He continues saying that if everyone looked at Hagu that way, then Hagu would definitely end up all alone. Nomiya then asks whether Yamada is Hagu’s friend or not. The question strikes Yamada like a thunderbolt as she realizes that she should stay with Hagu. She must…
    All the while, Miwako and Yamazaki are behind them listening to Nomiya and Yamada’s conversation. Both are in tears, so moved by Nomiya’s speech. Yamazaki agrees that as they get older, they do lose touch with their friends and ultimately sever ties with them. Miwako reassures him that she will not allow it to happen with them and declares that they will be friends forever, much to Yamazaki’s dismay. Yamada works through the night and goes to see Hagu the next day. She has Hagu put on the coat that she made, and Hagu comments that it is warm. Yamada then suggests that they should also make a better pillow for Hagu’s arm. She cheerfully tells Hagu that she bought grapes, the non-peel kind that Hagu likes, as well as books and other things that Hagu might need. Hagu then notices a feather in Yamada’s hair. Yamada starts explaining that the feathers came from her father’s jacket, which she used to make Hagu’s coat, and how it made a big mess that took her 2 hours to clean up. There are more of those feathers on Yamada’s back, much to her dismay, so she asks Hagu if she could get them off. Hagu is misty-eyed - she gently smiles, thinking of how Yamada looks just like an angel.

    Sometime after Yamada leaves, Shuuji and Hagu’s doctor are talking in the hallway. Shuuji remembers the shock on Hagu’s face when, earlier that day, she had touched the surface of a sand paper and realized that she could not feel it’s roughness. This memory is so powerful that the doctor has to call for his attention again as she continues to give him instruction on how to make Hagu relax and avoid getting her upper body stiff. Meanwhile, Takemoto ponders on how expensive a single flower is in the flower shop when Yamada appears behind him. She asks Takemoto if he wanted to go somewhere nice. They end up at a field by the riverbank near the train tracks, which is filled with flowers. Yamada exclaims that Hagu would be happier if they pick the flowers themselves. The two return to the hospital and present Hagu a small bouquet of flowers that they picked, making Hagu quite happy. She then tries to touch the flowers with her right hand, causing tears to form in her eyes. It’s later that evening, on the rooftop of the hospital, that Shuuji explains to the two that Hagu has lost sensation in her fingertips. Yamada and Takemoto are saddened with this revelation and question whether it is possible and whether it is really true. Shuuji encourages them by saying that a lot of people similar to Hagu’s case have regained the sensation in their fingertips. He adds that they must remain strong and faithful, so Hagu would be able to depend on them - they must continue to live their lives. Back downstairs, Takemoto asks Shuuji whether the man who came to visit Hagu the night before was her father. Shuuji tells him that it was, and Takemoto realizes that the place that Hagu is supposed to return to is no longer the same. He asks God why all these things happen to Hagu, because at this rate she won’t be able to endure it.

    Soon after, bruises starts to appear on Hagu’s left hand. All the stress that has been inflicted upon her has caused her to bite herself. Takemoto notices that soon after the bruises moved to Shuuji’s hand. He can hardly believe how Shuuji remains composed despite of everything - it so unreal that it is scary. Takemoto also receives a letter from the restoration workers whom he met during his journey. The fax reads that they are starting their new work and would like him to join them sometime soon after graduation. He then starts to think of not taking the job at all because of what happened to Hagu and debates with himself that what good would come if he did not. He questions whether he would be capable of offering anything worthwhile to Hagu. Takemoto later concludes that he is not in a position to give her anything and would ultimately become a burden to her. Despite that, he still juggles on a few ideas on how he could sustain himself. He could take on part-time jobs, and try living more thriftily. Yet, if that were the case, he would not be able to have time with Hagu. He remembered the words of Mayama about being able to provide for the woman he loved and being able to let her depend on him if something were to happen. In the end, Takemoto admits that he did not want to save Hagu… it was more selfish than that… he just wants to be with the person he loves.
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    Takemoto has to wake the extremely tired Morita for his all important class the next day. And Hagumi, a new female student, arrives to attend college, but she soon ends up being terrorised by Morita.

    Morita's motive for his terrible treatment on Hagumi is revealed on his website, and the stressed out Hagumi is enraged by what he did. However, Morita soon repays Hagumi for her troubles.

    Takemoto, Morita and Mayama are invited over to the Hanamoto's for a dinner party after Hagumi brings back some soba from her summer vacation in Nagano. However, Morita and Mayama fail to attend. Takemoto offers to help Hagumi with something but soon finds that he has bitten off more than he could chew. And Mayama's job puts a serious strain on Yamada.

    Mayama's love life remains difficult. Hagumi feels the stress of being different from everyone. And Morita organises a Christmas party for the Christmas Eve.

    Takemoto reluctantly returns home for the New Year and meets Kazuo, his step-father. In the second part of the episode, the gang takes a road trip to a hot spring using the money won from a lottery ticket.

    The group visits a rather eerie zoo. Shuuji reveals to Mayama his history with Rika and her husband. In the second half of the episode, the students are hard pressed to complete their final term art work especially Morita.

    Shuuji Hanamoto has to be away for a year for a job assignment and he is having second thoughts whether he should bring his niece, Hagumi, along with him. Intending to give her uncle a good luck charm for his trip, Hagumi searches for a four-leaf clover.

    Hagumi and Ayumi hold a dinner party and invite the guys over but it soon turns out that it's a special day for one of them. And in the second part of the episode, Hagumi has to spend a night alone in the apartment when Yamada has to return home to her family.

    Everyone is working late preparing their exhibits for the school festival including Hagumi, who has trouble with her wax work. She later finds a white broach that someone had made for her. The broach is quite similar to the one she had doodled on her notebook. Hagumi also gets a job to help Yamada sell Christmas goodies at her family store but they have to compete with a new supermarket that has opened nearby.

    The five friends decide to take a ferry ride over the Sumida river and visit the Kasai Seaside Park. The gang rides the ferris wheel and their friendship becomes ever closer.

    Shuuji returns unexpectedly from Mongolia. And Hagumi goes on a shopping trip with Morita.

    It's the sakura season and the gang are absorbed in the array of activities celebrating the sakura festival. Hagumi catches one of her wisdom fevers. And Takemoto meets Kaoru Morita and learns the news regarding Shinobu Morita.

    The gang ponders over the news of Morita's sudden plane departure. Yamada decides to take Hagumi on an evening of fireworks with the gang.

    Rika sees Mayama at the park but Mayama doesn't know. He acts hysterical. Takemoto is having a hard time looking for a job. Nomiya develops feelings for Mayama's friend, Yamada.

    Nomiya and Mayama visit Yamada's workshop. Nomiya invites Yamada over for dinner. After falling asleep in Nomiya's car, Yamada ends up with Nomiya at Tateshina. Mayama becomes concerned after knowing what happened. He confronts Yamada. Asai-san, Rika's assistant, gets hospitalized. Mayama visits him. In the hospital, Mayama comes across Rika.

    Fujiwara Design splits. Takemoto is still looking for a job. Takemoto wonders what's wrong with him and builds a tower called Tower of Youth. Meanwhile, Yamada doesn't know how to reject his childhood friends' confessions.

    There's still no progress regarding Takemoto's job hunt. In the process, Takemoto becomes exhausted. After coughing up blood, Takemoto gets hospitalized. At the hospital, the gang becomes very shocked while watching the Mochademy Awards on the TV.

    Morita shocks everyone when he appears on national television and wins the Mochademy's Special FX Award in Hollywood. The whole picture becomes even more confusing when Morita shows up in Takemoto's hospital as one of the patients residing inside Takemoto's room.

    It's almost the due date for Morita's final project at school. Also, Yamada runs away with Nomiya hoping that Mayama would chase after her.

    After being with Nomiya and explaning Yamada's feelings for Mayama, she comes home in one piece. Nomiya finds another side of her and develops feelings that a playboy wouldn't have. Shuu-sensei, concerned of Hagu, enlightens her to a path that would suit her. But Morita objects Shuu-sensei.

    Takemoto's problem of finding a job goes from bad to worse, wasting his hopes down the drain. He sets out on a soul searching quest to find out what he actually wants to do. Meanwhile, Mario and Luigi, co-owners of Fujiwara Designs, reconciliate and bring the office branch back to Tokyo. Nomiya and Yamada would have to work together again.

    Takemoto soul searches away as he ends up in Sendai, a shrine and a tourist spot, after his bike chain breaks. When a group of repairmen happened to pass by, Takemoto asks if he could join them to eat. He also asks if he could work for them. Everyone, especially Hagu, becomes worried of Takemoto. Last but not the least, Rika and Yamada meet.

    Takemoto works as a cook for the group of repairmen. He gradually loses his interest of searching his calling, until the acting foreman, Shin, takes him back to the right track and tells him not to stop looking. Also, Rika and Yamada meet again. And Hagu continues to pursue his aspiration, even if Morita opposes it.

    After arriving at the northern tip of Japan, Takemoto comes back to Tokyo. He feels better and much mature than before. During a festival, Takemoto finally confesses his feelings to Hagu.


    Take a look back at the previous season. Takemoto, Shinobu and Hagu's love triangle, Nomiya and Yamada, Mayama and Rika, Yamada and Mayama, Takemoto's new drivers license, Shuuji's bolder role, everything is sets for the second season... (read episode recap)

    Shuuji hears noises coming from Hagu in the back room, so he goes to investigate. When he finds that she’s got the hiccups, he teaches her a method where you stretch your neck and try to drink water from the other side of the cup... (read episode recap)

    Yamada and Hagu are admiring all of Yamada’s snow globes, including a Hawaiian one that Hagu considers romantic because it shows snow falling on the beach... (read episode recap)

    Watching the preparations for the school festival, Shuuji remembers a discussion he had with another teacher about Hagu’s future... (read episode recap)

    Yamada and Miwako are working together at Fujiwara Design choosing some color arrangements. When Miwako comments on how Yamada seems really busy, Yamada reveals that she’s working on flower bowls for an old private house that was dismantled and reconstructed, a job introduced to her by Rika. On the topic of Rika, Miwako admires how she’s is in Spain and has the Valencia museum job... (read episode recap)

    As everyone at school is making preparations for the festival, Morita is lying on the grass dreaming about his father. A long time ago, at the Morita Technical Research Institute, a man had gotten a phone call and hurried out of his office... (read episode recap)

    Years ago, a man named Tatsuo, who worked at the Morita Technical Research Institute, visited the office of Morita’s father one day to talk about the final interviews for the people who want to join the company... (read episode recap)

    When she was young, Hagu saw God only once. From it, she understood for the first time the reason for her to draw, but she also thought of the time when she couldn’t draw anymore... (read episode recap)

    After the string of surreal events that happened recently in the lives of the Morita brothers, Kaoru went missing on the first day of snow... (read episode recap)

    Yamada meets with Dr. Satsuki, Hagu’s doctor, at the hospital after Yamada brought some food, but was unable to find Hagu. Dr. Satsuki tells her that Hagu, after finishing her rehab session, has gone to do some hydrotherapy with her father, referring to Shuuji... (read episode recap)

    After Hagu wakes up and finds a sleeping Shinobu beside her, she suddenly gasps and lets out a small cry that wakes him... (read episode recap)

    For a long time, Takemoto had wondered if a love that didn’t ripen had any meaning and if things that disappear were are the same as things that weren’t there in the first place... (read episode recap)