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While the Magic Photography Arts Club prepares for the culture festival, Hitomi and Asagi have a heart-to-heart.
Hitomi finds herself 60 years into the past and arrives in the middle of Yuito’s room. Why did her grandmother send her back in time in the first place?
Hitomi enrolls in Minamigaoka High School, but her classmates are on edge since she’s a mage. Fortunately, she runs into a few familiar faces.
The Photography Arts club is recruiting new members and Hitomi’s participation is encouraged. Will her inability to see colors be a hindrance or an asset?
Hitomi finally meets her grandmother’s past self. But Kohaku quickly proves herself to be the polar opposite of her future granddaughter.
Kohaku joins the now renamed Magic Photography Art Club. While Asagi struggles with unrequited love, Hitomi focuses on creating a present for Yuito.
There’s a link between Yuito and a golden fish. What is the nature of this connection?
Summer break is starting soon, which means Hitomi and her friends must discuss what comes next.
Kohaku thinks she knows why Hitomi cannot see colors, and she’ll need Yuito’s help to see if she’s correct.
Sho confesses his feelings for Hitomi, which leaves her reeling. She has an important decision to make, but where will this leave Asagi?
The culture festival is nearly here, and everyone’s busy. But just when the club finds its momentum, Hitomi suddenly vanishes…
Hitomi’s time in the past is nearly at an end.
Time waits for no one, and Hitomi must return to the future. What will this mean for the friendships she’s made and her bond with Yuito?
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