Ano Hi no Kimi no Mama de Ite, Hoshino Asuka

This drama is on the Ano Hi no Kimi de Ite 2 CD, track 4. The first part was aired on the radio, but the part of Asuka in Tokyo wasn't aired.

Asuka in Yokohama

Asuka woke up late and thought that she had to rush to school, but it was Sunday, so didn't have to go to school. But she still had to go to work (she worked part time at a restaurant).

Asuka was with her mother, who couldn't understand why she had to work, when she didn't need the money. Asuka said she liked the cute waitress uniforms, which were like maid uniforms.

Then Asuka's mother told her that there was a movie revival, and the movie that Asuka wanted to see very badly when she was in junior high was playing again. Mother said that Asuka should go see a movie. But Asuka said that she didn't have anyone to go with.

It was past 10:00, so both Asuka and mother were late. Mother ran off to open her store.

Asuka thought to herself, about that "boy". There was something that she couldn't say to him before, and she wondered if she would be able to say it now.

Asuka wanted to see the movie with the boy. She thought that his might be the last chance. She decided to go see him. Asuka thought, "I wish he is the same as before."

Then Asuka went to work (late) at Bonathons.

Asuka in Tokyo

Asuka went to Tokyo. It was close, so she said that she can come any time. Asuka went to the boy's house, and rang the doorbell. But nobody was home. Then Asuka decided to leave a letter. "Do you remember me? That day, and those memories.." Asuka didn't write her name. She thought that he would know, if he remembered her. Since Yokohama was so close, she thought he would come see her right away. If he came, Asuka was going to apologize and then go to see that movie together.


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