For Haurto Ogi, there's nothing more painful than unrequited love. After agreeing to date Tago, the handsome, vision-impaired boy who boldly proposed a relationship for the length of summer break, Ogi can't help worrying about the inevitable future heartbreak. When Tago's older brother insinuates Ogi only pursued his brother because Tago can't see the feminine, eccentric way Ogi dresses, Ogi decides to change. If he can make himself look "normal," maybe their relationship won't be questioned and maybe... maybe Tago will fall in love with Ogi for real. A quirky and gentle story about overcoming fears and loving yourself and others for who they truly are.