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Summer vacation. Tamotsu meets a girl on the countryside, who was helping out on her grandpa's coffee shop. While on a trip, the girl's innocent and defenceless lips approach Tamotsu's. The girl is actually a boy. "I'm a boy" that's all he can say, but Tamotsu can't hold back anymore... A dangerous love between a boy and a young man starts.
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