Very ordinarily, young people in Tokyo are neither particularly successful nor miserably failed. They live in small apartments, do odd jobs and enjoy small hobbies. They have boyfriends and girlfriends, love and fight and love again. They have big dreams and small hopes and they don't know whether they can achieve them or not. They struggle, give up and start again. The life is full of small happenings, and occasional big ones as well, and they solve some of them and leave others as they are. Almost fine.
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