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When Shoko calls Karada's hair ribbons, that were bought by her older brother Hiro, childish, Karada gets angry and wishes to become older. Amazingly, her wish comes true.
Karada and Sh?ko switch ages after Karada wishes to become older. Hiro spends the entire day looking for Karada.
Shoko and Karada are still getting used to their reversal in ages, and Hiro is still looking for his "missing" sister, Karada.
Karada is having the hardest time adjusting to her age reversal. Later on they all go to the Summer Festival together.
Karada tries to convince Shoko to live with them. Tetsu wants to go find Karada but needs to stay home and study.
Tetsu finally goes to Karada's apartment but does not recognize her. They then spend the rest of the afternoon looking all over town for Karada.
It's Hiro's birthday, so Karada and Shoko bake a cake for him. Meanwhile, Shoko cannot forget about her past with Hiro.
Karada leaves and tries to live on her own but very soon finds out how hard it really is. During a rainstorm, she remembers the past.
Karada starts to work at a pension in order to live on her own. Meanwhile, Tetsu is still on the search for Karada and this time even Kotomi is helping him out.
Tetsu is still eager to search for Karada, and does not even realize he has already met her. Karada goes out to search for him.
After Tetsu gets over his cold, Karada finally tells him her true identity, but Tetsu doesn't believe her.
Eventually Tetsu believes that Karada was turned into an adult. As Kotomi leaves town to see her father, she gives Shoko a piece of the wishing stone she had.
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