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While cleaning on the day before summer holiday, Ichika misplaces her phone and finds it INSIDE a huge mirror. Suddenly, a girl named Manatsu Kuroki appears before her…
Ichika is devastated by all the lies she’s had to come up with ever since Manatsu's arrival. Later, they meet up with Ichika’s friend, Maki, and her shifty friend Ryou.
While leaving the beach, Ichika is reunited with her childhood friend, Nao Shimizu, who was less than excited to see her…
Ichika’s parents enroll her in a summer program to create “fond summer memories”, but things take a turn for the worst when Ichika has to find a lost bungalow-mate.
The girls meet up with a couple of guys at the beach to watch a Fireworks display. Ichika questions her ability to “see”, while using the spirit Djinn’s power.
Ichika becomes ill after staying out in the rain, watching a mysterious confrontation with Saya and Sei from afar. What mysterious relationship could these two share?
After the current turn of events, Ichika is embroiled with jealously and envy over the untold connection between Saya and Sei, so much that she can’t think straight!
Ichika’s class volunteers at a rehabilitation center to help heal the people’s hearts. When an unruly patient degrades Ichika’s kindhearted sentiments, things get volatile.
Ichika is tormented by the Djinn’s power, so much so that she becomes a threat to everyone around her. The pendant, which was at one point a gift, has become a curse.
Sei is turned to stone before he is able to divulge the truth behind Ichika’s fate. With unwavering courage, Ichika is able to face reality.
With only one week remaining before the move, Ichika enjoys much needed quality time with her friends at the beach. The truth behind Kai and Sei’s relationship is revealed.
As a chosen Child of the Trials, Ichika is tested by Saya to choose between life and death of humanity.
Ichika and Sei share one final day with their beloved counterparts. Is this really the last goodbye?