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Description-School Arc

The main character. A second-year who’s in the literature club. He just
wants to sit back and read books through school... is what he tells people,
but he secretly wants to write a novel. He has lots that he’s written without
telling anyone else, but he has yet to complete it.
He works part-time at "BIBLIO CAFE," a bookstore-cafe by the train
station. He likes motorcycles, and just recently convinced his parents to let
him buy one.

-After Arc

Now 25 years old. A beginner editor working at the smallish publishing com-
pany
, Yotsuba Publishing. He tried to apply for newcomer novelist awards
while continuing with creative writing during his university years, but after
being faced with the limits of his own ability, chose to move on to the path
of an editor.
He’s in charge of "Real Talk NOW," a weekly magazine aimed toward a
blue-collar audience. He’s starting to lose zeal for his work because of the
disparity between his expectations and reality, as well as the fact that he’s
stuck in a rut for the novel he’s writing in his free time as a hobby.
-School Arc

The main character. A second-year who’s in the literature club. He just wants to sit back and read books through school... is what he tells people, but he secretly wants to write a novel. He has lots that he’s written without telling anyone else, but he has yet to complete it. He works part-time at "BIBLIO CAFE," a bookstore-cafe by the train station. He likes motorcycles, and just recently convinced his parents to let
him buy one.

-After Arc

Now 25 years old. A beginner editor working at the smallish publishing company, Yotsuba Publishing. He tried to apply for newcomer novelist awards while continuing with creative writing during his university years, but after being faced with the limits of his own ability, chose to move on to the path of an editor. He’s in charge of "Real Talk NOW," a weekly magazine aimed toward a blue-collar audience. He’s starting to lose zeal for his work because of the disparity between his expectations and reality, as well as the fact that he’s stuck in a rut for the novel he’s writing in his free time as a hobby.
TraitsHair / Brown (no spoiler)
Hair / Short (no spoiler)
Hair / Straight (no spoiler)
Eyes / Green (no spoiler)
Body / Teen (no spoiler)
Clothes / Necktie (no spoiler)
Clothes / Shirt (no spoiler)
Hair / Brown (no spoiler)
Hair / Short (no spoiler)
Hair / Straight (no spoiler)
Eyes / Green (no spoiler)
Body / Teen (no spoiler)
Body / Young-adult (no spoiler)
Clothes / Necktie (no spoiler)
Clothes / Shirt (no spoiler)
Role / Novelist (no spoiler)
Role / Part-time Worker (no spoiler)

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Kurono Kanata

黒野 奏汰

Kurono Kanata
Kurono Kanata黒野 奏汰 
Hair, Brown, Short, Straight
Eyes, Green
Body, Teen, Young-adult
Clothes, Necktie, Shirt
Role, Novelist, Part-time Worker
Visual novelsProtagonist - Tsuki no Kanata de Aimashou

Description

-School Arc

The main character. A second-year who’s in the literature club. He just wants to sit back and read books through school... is what he tells people, but he secretly wants to write a novel. He has lots that he’s written without telling anyone else, but he has yet to complete it. He works part-time at "BIBLIO CAFE," a bookstore-cafe by the train station. He likes motorcycles, and just recently convinced his parents to let
him buy one.

-After Arc

Now 25 years old. A beginner editor working at the smallish publishing company, Yotsuba Publishing. He tried to apply for newcomer novelist awards while continuing with creative writing during his university years, but after being faced with the limits of his own ability, chose to move on to the path of an editor. He’s in charge of "Real Talk NOW," a weekly magazine aimed toward a blue-collar audience. He’s starting to lose zeal for his work because of the disparity between his expectations and reality, as well as the fact that he’s stuck in a rut for the novel he’s writing in his free time as a hobby.