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A series of romantic tales, all adapted from manga originally serialized in the girls' magazine Margaret. The first, A-Plus for the Fashion Boy (O-Sharaku Koso wa Hana Maru), based on a manga by Tsueko Ansei, features Hodaka, a successful young businessman whose life is turned upside down when he falls in love with a 14-year-old schoolgirl. Singles, based on a manga by Mari Fujimura, moves the setting to a university, where student Saki is torn with guilt over her feelings for her sister's boyfriend, Yo. She joins the same club to be close to him but is selected to work on a project with another boy, Daichi. Though she feels herself drawn to Daichi, she cannot put thoughts of Yo from her mind. Pops, based on a manga by Aya Ikuemi, is an even simpler tale of teenage angst, as two young students fall in love but must endure the pressures of their studies, the opposition of their parents, and the teasing of their classmates. Sleepless Edo (Oedo wa Nemuranai), based on Moonlit Night: Starry Dawn by Noriko Honda, is a period drama set in the Yoshiwara pleasure district of old Tokyo, where a courtesan, a thief, and a doctor become involved in a love triangle. In Kiss My Eyes (Kiss wa Me ni Shite), based on an original by Noriko Ueda, average schoolgirl Ibuki falls for a handsome exchange student newly arrived from the U.S. For the final episode, A-Girl, based on a manga by Fusako Kuramochi, sisters Mariko and May, along with Mariko's bad-tempered boyfriend, become involved with Ichiro, an arrogant, womanizing male model. At the artist's request, A-Girl was shown with subtitles, but no dialogue.