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Suzu Hirose (広瀬すず)
Hold my hand at Twilight
夕暮れに、手をつなぐ 해질녘에, 손을 잡는다 黄昏時分, 牽起手
75min × 1ep / 60min × 9eps
Soramame leaves the countryside for Tokyo in pursuit of a childhood friend and fiancé, but instead meets a scrappy young musician, Oto. By some odd circumstance, the two end up living under the same roof. Influenced by Oto, Soramame awakens to the world of fashion while Soramame becomes Oto’s muse, reviving his forsaken dream of becoming a musician. As they chase their dreams, love is sure to germinate, but struggles to take off for these two dreamers unwittingly caught in the world’s most beautiful love story.
We Are Rockets!
チア☆ダン 치어댄스 青春后空翻
75 min × 1 ep / 60 min × 9 eps｜10 episodes
Wakaba Fujitani is a high school sophomore in Fukui Prefecture. Ever since she was little, she has been an ardent fan of the JETS, a top high school cheer dance team from her hometown that won the U.S. national championship for the first time. Her dream is to one day join the team and win the coveted U.S. national championship again. But when Wakaba fails to pass the school’s entrance examination, her aspiration of even becoming a cheer dancer are crushed, and she settles for attending a high school in a neighboring town where she spends most of her time merely cheering at sporting events as part of her school’s weak cheerleading club. Then one day, Yuri, a transfer student from Tokyo with a forceful personality arrives and befriends Wakaba, suddenly suggesting that the two of them try out for the cheer dance team. Startled by this turn of events, Wakaba slowly begins to feel a rekindling of her long-cherished childhood dream.
先生！、、、好きになってもいいですか？ 선생님! 老師！
Hibiki is an awkward, 17-year-old high school sophomore who hasn't known romance.
Let's Go, JETS! From Small Town Girls to U.S. Champions?!
チア☆ダン～女子高生がチアダンスで全米制覇しちゃったホントの話～ 치어☆댄 高校女子啦啦隊☆
Hikari Tomonaga has just entered high school at Central High in Fukui Prefecture and has joined the school’s cheerdancing team of instruction includes a prohibition against everything from covering your forehead to romance and anything that may distract focus and energy from the goal of winning a national championship in the U.S. Hikari watches as one member after another buckles under the pressure and drops out, but she herself, with the support of another freshman teammate, Ayano, decides to stick with it. But will this ordinary high school teen be able to help lead her team to an all American cheerdancing championship?