No matter how hard he thinks about it, Todoin Seiya cannot figure out why he doesn’t have a girlfriend in his 16 year lifespan. Physically attractive, naturally smart, athletic and, on top of that, comes from a wealthy and politically significant family. And it’s not like he hasn’t tried either; but every girl he asks out flat out rejects him. Seiya sets a goal for himself to get a girlfriend by the time high school ends and rejection isn’t going to stop him from trying again. But it sure is heartbreaking when you get rejected this many times without knowing why.
Haruya (Yuta Tamamori) is a university student. He is smart, brave and curious. Haruya then becomes involved in a case and investigates like a private detective. Since then, Haruya works like a private detective to solve cases.
Taro (Joe Odagiri) struggles to keep open a small candy store run by his grandmother, Akiko (Kaoru Yachigusa), and himself. Taro’s parents died when he was young and he was then raised by his grandparents. There are supporters of the small candy store including Taro's neighbor and bath house operator Akira (Kyusaku Shimada) and Taro’s friend Hiroki (Ryo Katsuji). While eating candies, they talk about silly things with Taro.
Taro meets again Reiko (Machiko Ono). She is a childhood friend. After Reiko divorced, she returned with her son to the neighborhood where she grew up.
This is the story of how Koudai Shigemasa, Jr. and his wife met. The story is set on 30 years before the film timeline.
Fukamaru Yuuko (Komatsu Nana) is a fourth year student in the prestigious private university. She meets Koudai Shigemasa/Masao (Mamiya Shotaro) who transferred from Oxford. One day, Nao--Yuuko's best friend, and Masao are dating. However, Masao has affair and Yuuko helps her best friend to reunite them. One week later, the two break up and Masao decides to confess his feelings to Yuuko.
Momoko Hasegawa works at a funeral home with mop in hand. She also possesses the ability to travel back in time whenever she makes physical contact with the belongings of a deceased person with unfinished business in life. She then has the chance to prevent the death of the would-be deceased.
Daisuke Nagasato (Shingo Katori) is 39-years-old, single and works at a stationary maker. He enjoys his single life. One the day he moves to his new apartment, he meets his neighbour Hanako Kumagai (Juri Ueno) for the first time due to an unpleasant situation. Hanako is 32-years-old and single. She is also an OL and a divorcee.
Daisuke's single life faces a crisis. His father Yozo (Toshiyuki Nishida) and younger step-brother begin to live at his apartment.
Miyabi Tachibana (Miki Nakatani) is 39-years-old and she hasn't had a boyfriend in 5 years. She enjoys her life as a single woman. She is a doctor and runs her own beauty dermatology clinic. Miyabi Tachibana is pretty and confident, but at her school reunion she finds herself being pitied by others for still being single. After the school reunion, she attends a gourmet meeting at a restaurant. There, she talks about her school reunion. At that time, Seiji (Naohito Fujiki), the owner of the restaurant, makes a biting remark that she isn't the type popular with men. She becomes upset by the remark, but she accepts his advice.
It is said that many working women in their twenties are clandestinely, sloppy and lazy homebodies. At work, they put on a facade of living it up in glitz and glamour, but at home, they live as ultimate sexless slobs! Hotaru Amemiya (Haruka Ayase), who works in the interior design industry in Tokyo, is truly one such homebody. She would rather sleep than date and loves to dilly-dally at home, clad in a stained T-shirt and sweat pants, drinking beer while scratching her behind. But her comfy homebody life is threatened when one day, her boss, Takano (Naohito Fujiki), moves into her house out of the blue. Then, at work, an up-and-coming young designer, Makoto Teshima (Kazuki Kato) returns from London, and Hotaru's life takes a new turn. She falls in love! How will the homebody girl respond to Makoto's bold move? Will she remember how to be feminine again?
Reiji (Satoshi Ono) is young CEO of a first-class hotel. He is single and 34-years-old. Even though he has a good appearance and wealth, women eventually leave him because of his personality. He is generous with himself, but strict with others. For the first time, Reiji falls in love with someone. Her name is Misaki (Haru). Hoping to gain her love, he begins to change.
With four years left before Tokyo hosts the 2020 Summer Olympics, housing sales are fiercely competitive. At this time, an excellent real estate agent appears. Her name is Machi Sangenya (Keiko Kitagawa). She is single and 30-years-old with an attractive appearance. With any of her clients. Machi Sangenya must get a purchase. Machi has her own unique way to get her customers to buy the homes. Her unique method include getting involved in the problems of her clients and their families. She then solves their problems. With her ingenious ways, all of Machi Sangenya's customers purchase homes from her.