Fumie is a single office worker in her twenties whose only purpose in life is to have sex. She spends her days looking forward to having sex with someone. In the morning, noon, and night, whether it's a regular person or someone new, male or female, it doesn't matter. Just like breathing in or drinking water, she enjoys it every day.
In high school, she suffered from aphasia, learned sex is a way to communicate with others without words, and improved her aphasia. After that, her "honest relationship" can only be achieved through sex, continues to have physical relations with people she feels comfortable with and with whom she would like to know more. However, people around her begin to get married and have a baby; even her long-time friend with benefits gets married too. Should she give up sex to have "normal happiness" like others, or...?
She registers on a matching app and meets Takahashi, who hates sex.In addition to Fumie, there are also "Highly Educated-chan" and "Love Affairs-chan" who seem to be "normal" but have sex-related problems and long for "normal happiness" in the following episodes!
'Megumi Kanbayashi has been a freelance writer for five years. As a just-turned-30 single woman, she is beginning to feel the pangs of marriage anxiety. One day, Megumi’s editor brings her an idea for a series to be offered on the internet. It’s a novel premise - advertise for a single male looking for a relationship; then he picks a restaurant for a blind date during which “he woos her over a meal.” Megumi loves the idea of a free, delicious meal and seizes the opportunity. And so begins the search for candidates for “Wine, Dine and Woo Me” column series! Here is a delightful comedy-cum-food show which follows Megumi on various dinner dates as she searches for love and the ideal mate. Actual restaurants in Tokyo are featured in every episode and the latest news about them are posted on the series’ Website.
“I’m on rent.” “There is nothing I can do but a simple conversation.”
What an odd service?! Who’d need him?!
What he does is sort of like a handyman but he has no skills. His existence is the only thing he can offer. And yet there are loads of clients wanting him “to just be there”.
Requests from clients are such as “I want you to wait at the goal while I run the marathon” “Join me as I take my divorce papers to the ward office.” “I want you to go to my workplace with me as I am scared.” He has become famous throughout Japan via the media.
A heartwarming drama as the clients open up their hearts to the “Can’ t Do Anything Rental-man.”
Mitsuki Suzuki (Mitsu) lost her husband who worked at an IT company. He was hunt down by his colleagues and suddenly killed himself at the office.
To seek the cause of his death and take his revenge, she joins the IT company changing her name.
Taking advantage of her outstanding charm and craziness, she brilliantly sets up traps to the colleagues who made her husband dead.
Based on a comic of the same title by the author of “FISHBOWL WIVES” and starring the same actress as “FISHBOWL WIVES” in Netflix.