The Hanabishi family moves into the old building "Kogure Photo Studio." The first son Eiichi (Ryunosuke Kamiki) is a 2nd year high school student. One day, a neighbor, who is also a high school student, shows him a picture. That picture was developed at "Kogure Photo Studio."
In the picture, a woman is crying. The person looks more like a spirt than an actual person. Eiichi tries to unveil the secrets of the picture with the help of Nobuko Kakimoto, who works at the real estate office which introduced the "Kogure Photo Studio" to his family. Eiichi also gets his family and friends involved in solving the mysterious puzzle. Add Synopsis In Portuguese
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I just finished watching this for the second time (since it first aired, I left it long enough for me to forget most of what occurs).
The mysteries within the drama are short and sweet but interesting, they are based around familial and intimate relationships. While the drama does contain elements of the supernatural/paranormal, the fact the mysteries are based on these problems gives the drama a 'slice of life' taste. As the drama is short, it does not give the viewer a chance to try to solve the mysteries themselves, however does a good job of following Eiichi as he solves them.
I, personally, am not as much of a fan of 'episodic' mysteries, but the drama has a nice overlying plot that makes the drama run more smoothly than others might do.
The final episode is both heartwarming and relieving, and one of the reasons that I have decided to keep this in my favourite list. I would recommend to people who want a drama with a fulfilling conclusion.
The family, friends, acquaintances, neighbors, and "ghosts" were all very honest, genuine, real people. This is definitely not a typical drama or special-series involving ghosts or family drama, and it is definitely not a drama you can watch just anywhere from any network. This show has something special; each episode showed a very vulnerable, open, raw side to each person involved in this series. It has the power of laughter one second, then anger, then worry, then fear, and then even tears. Though at the end of this series I was left with the feeling of pride, happiness, accomplishment, and I even feel like I learned a lot from each person involved in this wonderful show.