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Heartbroken, he climbs Mt. Kashima which overlooks the city in which the story takes place and is inadvertently killed due to an alien spacecraft crash-landing on him. In order to rectify the situation, the alien resurrects Hazumu, but in the process his physical sex is changed to female.
Hazumu attempts to adjust to living life as a girl, and goes along with wearing a female school uniform bought by her mother.
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Hazumu still retains her male personality, and Tomari Kurusuone of his good friends, attempts to teach Hazumu the ways of being a girl. At the end of the episode, Hazumu is surprised by two strangers in her room. At school, Yasuna unexpectedly becomes distant from Hazumu and Hazumu worries about their friendship. After talking with Tomari, Hazumu gets an idea which may help save her friendship with Yasuna. Her plan involves the two flower plants she and Yasuna planted on the grounds of the school they attend.
Later, Hazumu goes out shopping with Yasuna and they end up going to a karaoke bar. Conflict begins to arise in the form a love triangle between Hazumu, Yasuna and Tomari after Tomari sees Yasuna try to kiss Hazumu at school one day.
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They end up forming a group of three, but it quickly turns sour as Tomari brings up that Yasuna initially rejected Hazumu's feelings. Later, Hazumu finally learns of Yasuna's unique affliction and they share a kiss after school, but Tomari unexpectedly walks in on them. She is reminded of a promise Hazumu made when they were children about one day becoming Tomari's husband. Meanwhile, Tomari tries to encourage Hazumu to pursue a relationship with Yasuna, but still harbors feelings for Hazumu.
After having some fun, Hazumu goes to get some water for everyone, but is held up by a couple of guys who hit on her. The original character designs were created by Sukune Inugami and the school uniform was designed by the company Cospa.
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The manga was licensed for an English-language release in North America by Seven Seas Entertainment using the revised Hepburn romanization of the title, Kashimashi, unlike the traditional name of Kasimasi. The radio show's opening theme song was "Compass: Egao no Yukue" sung by Ueda, Horie, and Tamura.
Listeners could submit contributions to the radio show via a form online. This show was one of only two radio programs ever distributed on Bandai Visual Podcast.
The middle of the book, which is printed in black-and-whitecontains a brief overview of the first twenty-one chapters of the manga, and interviews from the manga author and illustrator, anime director and scenario writer, and the light novel author.
There is also a brief explanation of the PlayStation 2 visual novelof two figurines of Hazumu, and of three audio CDs for the anime version. The last sixteen pages are again in full-color and consist of the anime's first episode in manga format. The anime series was licensed by Media Blasters in November The first DVD went on sale on June 12, and contained the first five episodes.
Extras on the disc included two ten-minute talks between the voice actresses for the three main female characters, a small collection of Japanese television advertisements, and textless opening videos.
A box-set containing all three DVDs was released on October 14, Egao no Yukue" image song single released on December 21, The plot for the drama CD takes place between final aired episode of the anime and the original video animation episode.
The game was developed by Vridge, published by Marvelous Interactive and released in two editions, limited and regular, on the same day. The game was later re-released in a Best Collection edition on November 16,which sold at less than half the price of the original game. Hazumu's homeroom teacher Namiko Tsuki suggests Hazumu and her friends take a one-week trip to a small mountain village with a hot spring resort.
Hazumu's grandparents reside in this town, and are two new characters introduced to the story. Three other female characters are introduced as possible love interests for Hazumu; two are the same age as her, and the third is the older landlady of the resort.
The gameplay's main system comes from Hazumu's indecisive personality. If the player shows more interest in a particular character, the other characters get annoyed that Hazumu is ignoring them, which is displayed in a tension meter. The more Hazumu ignores a particular character, the higher the tension between that character becomes. This ensures Hazumu stays good friends with the possible love interests.