Riko Shirono doesn't have any big expectations for a man in her life, but she works as a love simulation game planner. She receives a request for a new love game from app company TIMEIS. Soichiro Kurokawa is the CEO for the company. He is almost perfect, but he can't understand a woman’s mind. One day, Soichiro, who likes his subordinate Momose, asks Riko to teach him about love techniques. Due to Riko’s help, Soichiro and Momose get close, but Riko finds herself becoming attracted to Soichiro.
Cast & Credits
The female lead - Shirono Riko - is a refreshingly intuitive and straightforward character who made me love her more as I rewatched. Competent acting by Tabe Makiko.
I watched this for Takahashi Issei, and as always, he did a fantastic job. His character’s - Kurokawa Soichiro - eccentricity, obliviousness and neuroticity were the highlights of a somewhat run-of-the-mill-romcom. His expressions and antics never got old no matter how many times I rewatched.
The background music was lovely and meshed well with the over all theme of the show.
A show which stood up to repeated viewings. The show still managed to make me laugh at all the situational comedy the third to fourth time I rewatched the show.