Despite being a girl, she keeps dressing and addressing herself as a boy to the other characters. When he met Arashi from the first time, he established a connection with her when he touched her hand, and since then the duo gained the power to travel back and forth in time. Despite still looking like a beautiful sixteen-year-old girl, Arashi is in fact a ghost who lived during World War II times.He is infatuated with Arashi's beauty and kindness, but is afraid to convey his feelings to her. Since then her mission had been traveling back in time to rescue those in her community from air raids by American warplanes.However, to travel back to the past, she must do it accompanied by a living person from the present with whom she made a "connection".
The manga started serialization in Square Enix's Gangan Wing shōnen manga magazine on August 25, 2006, and seven bound volumes have been released in Japan as of March 2010. was also adapted into two anime television series by Shaft under the direction of Akiyuki Shinbo and broadcast in Japan from April 5, 2009 to December 27, 2009.
Thirteen-year-old Yasaka is a boy staying at his grandfather's house during his summer vacation.
One day he entered a store and met Arashi, a beautiful sixteen-year-old girl working there.
After trying to protect her from a man who claims to have been hired by her family to take her back by force, Yasaka ran away with her and now she stays at his grandpa's place with him.
It didn't take much time for Yasaka to figure out that his new friend is far from an ordinary girl, as she possesses mysterious powers.
The plot thickens when he finds a sixty-year-old picture of Arashi and another girl named Kaja, and to the surprise of all Kaja suddenly appears, and just like Arashi, her appearance hasn't changed at all since then.
Two other characters introduced so far are the place's owner, a woman whose name is still unrevealed and rumored to be a high level con artist, and Jun Kamigamo, a student of Yasaka's age whom he met at the store, and works there with him since then. A 13-year-old boy who is spending his summer vacation in his grandfather's house.
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