TV series that tells the every-day stories of a group of teenagers in high-school, focusing on their romances and personal problems.
Did You Know?
While "Kareshi Kanojo no Jijyou" (1998) literally means "The Circumstances of a Boyfriend and Girlfriend", its actual (and official translation used by RightStuf International) is "His or Her Circumstances." While "kareshi" and "kanojo" both mean "boyfriend" and "girlfriend" respectively, they are sometimes used to mean "his" or "her." However, this practice is rarely used outside of textbook Japanese. See more
that is to say, you would Want a be famous, But He did famous first.
Hey, Do you want a be famous much?
Of course! the praise is my motive power!
The closing credits run over films shot while moving through the halls of an unoccupied Japanese high school. See more
Tenshi no Yubikiri (Angel's Pledge)
by Fukuda Mai See more