Have a Song on Your Lips

Synopsis: Yuri Kashiwaga was once known as a genius pianist. One day, she returns to her hometown in Goto Islands from Tokyo. There, she begins to work as a temporary teacher at a middle school and advisor for the school chorus. The chorus aims to take part at a competition. Yuri gives the members of the chorus members an assignment. She instructs them to write a letter with the title of "To myself 15 years later." The 15-year-old boys and girls write about their secrets and worries.
Genre: Drama

Whether I can is up to this little guy.

Okay, Yuri. Take care of

them... or whatever.



- Do your best.

- Okay!

Bye bye, Matsuyama-sensei!

Bye bye!

She seemed pretty well!

She did! I'm glad to see that.

Nazuna, let's go.

Huh? That truck sure is something.


It's pretty much scrap metal!

Who would drive that?

Does it even run?

It must.

Sorry about that.


Akio, he's here to get you.

Nii-chan, were you waiting?

Satoru is here! He's here to get me!

Time to go home! Time to go home!

When Satoru comes, it's home time!

Satoru. Satoru!

- Take this with you.

- Thank you very much.

- It's for your dad.

- Okay.

- See you later.

- Yup!

Good work, Akio-kun.

Good work, Akio-kun.

That's right.

- Good work, Akio-kun.

- Bye!

Hey, Nii-chan. Today...

a new teacher started at school.

She's tall, and super pretty.

She is responsible for the choir club.

Do you know "choir"? It's when

people all sing together.

Everyone sings together.

Everyone sings together.

Like the singers at a church.

Like the singers at a church.

...at a church.

Are you okay, Nii-chan?

If she's Kashiwagi...

she must be the daughter of the

Kashiwagi who worked at the fishery.

Wow... you know her?

Yeah. She...

won some kind of piano competition.

She must be famous.

So it's true, then.

Having been raised by a single mother...

Well, her mom died quite a while ago, but

she was always proud of her daughter.

She was in the newspapers sometimes.

But... now that we're on the topic,

I haven't heard anything lately.

Well... for us, Matsuyama-sensei

is the better teacher. She's nice to us.

Hey. Let's eat.

I can't see her!

What are you all up to?!

Move along! Go!

Have you gotten used to everything?

I'm sure a lot has changed

since you were last here.

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