Natsume-kun is a florist and Kiho-kun is a chef cooking Japanese ramen noodles. Natsume has a passion for his work and treats it not just as a business, but also as a labour of love. He spends a lot of time making the flowers presentable. Natsume, on the other hand, is doing it in a perfunctory fashion. She inherited the parlour from her father. The restaurant is about to be shuttered. The florist and the ramen restaurant are close to one another.
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The Japanese title is 'mellow', with a small letter "m". The director Rikiya picked up this word from the name of the local clothing store, and decided to use this as the name of the flower shop in the film. See more
Hana ni naru
Written and performed by Ruri Namiki See more