Japanese Title: 水夏~SUIKA~
Release Date: 2004/09/24
Size: 1.6 GB
Suika is a collection of mysterious love stories that occurred one summer in the silent and remote village of Tokiwa.
Kazama Akira recently came back to Tokiwa village with his mother. On his trip to the village shrine he was reunited with his old childhood friend, Minase Itsuki. Their reunion brought back all kinds of memories from the times when they were still playing with each other and generally had a good time together. As their past and present interweaves, what will fate bring to them … ?
Shirakawa Sayaka comes from a painter’s family. Her father is an infamous eccentric painter and all the villagers think that he has a rather odd personality. By extension, his bad reputation has also passed on to innocent Sayaka so she is having a hard time making new friends. Sayaka’s one and only enjoyment is to paint with her childhood friend Kamishiro Souji, the only person that she can trust. Her rebellious feelings towards her father, her longing for her deceased mother, and her love towards Souji will all be painted on a blank canvas along with the blooming sunflowers this summer.
Masaki Yoshikazu is starting to feel a little awkward with his girlfriend, Kyouya Touko, and that awkwardness has something to do with his little sister, Masaki Akane. This awkwardness became a dark spot in his heart which just keeps growing bigger and bigger. The relationship between Yoshikazu, Touko and Akane is heading in an unexpected direction.
Inaba Hiroshi had to leave his home as a child and live in an orphanage due to his family-related problems. When he heard that his father became seriously ill, he came back to Tokiwa village on the night of Tanabata (Star Festival). During that night, Hiroshi met a mysterious girl that is holding a black stuffed cat-like toy. The strange girl wearing black clothes and a black hat doesn’t remember her own name but none of that will stop Hiroshi from spending more time with the girl and her stuffed cat, Archimedes. Hiroshi’s special summer like none other in Tokiwa has just begun.