|Fragment of a Poem (literal translation)||Rent||See Uta Kata|
Sola's story revolves around Yorito Morimiya, the main protagonist, who is a young boy attending high school. He loves taking pictures of the sky at any time of day and any time of the year. One day, Yorito decides to take a picture of the sunrise overlooking the bay, but is deterred when he meets a strange girl trying to force a vending machine that stole her money to give her what she tried to buy — a can of tomato juice. Yorito helps her with forcing the machine while attempting to strike up conversation with her, despite it being four in the morning. Yorito tells her why he is here, but by the time he has forced the can out of the machine, the girl has mysteriously vanished.
|Rent||A very quiet Ichika is attending Kamakura Girl High School with her three friends, Satsuki who had a sturdy mind, Keiko who was a gentle girl, and Michiru who has something mysterious about her. On the last day of the first term, on her way home with her friends, Ichika realizes that she has lost her cellphone with its special treasured charm, so she hurries back to school. She finds her cellphone but it appears to be on the other side of a large, ancient mirror. A cute, friendly young girl appears in the mirror, offering to return the item in exchange for a simple promise: Ichika has to do the summer homework for this girl who came into this world for "sightseeing". And so begins the summer friendship between Ichika and Manatsu and the story of their magical adventures, for the 12 stones in Ichika's charm have turned into magical stones to summon elemental djinns.|
|うた∽かた (Japanese)||Rent||See Uta Kata|
|そら (Japanese)||Rent||See sola|