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Your Lie In April

Your Lie In April

  • TV-14
  • 2011
  • 1 Season
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Kousei Arima was a genius pianist until his mother's sudden death took away his ability to play. Each day was dull for Kousei. But, then he meets a violinist named Kaori Miyazono who has an eccentric playing style. Can the heartfelt sounds of the girl's violin lead the boy to play the piano again?...
Season 1

22 Episodes
Episode 1
1. Episode 1
Former piano prodigy Kōsei Arima, softball player Tsubaki Sawabe and soccer player Ryōta Watari are childhood friends who attend the same junior high school. Tsubaki believes the world to be colorful when one is in love, while Kōsei views the world as monotone ever since the death of his mother Saki Arima two years ago. Tsubaki invites Kōsei on a double date, as Ryōta will be introduced to a girl who has a crush on him. Kōsei explains that he used to be a pianist to fulfill Saki's dream up until her death, yet he still clings to the piano because that is all he has left....
Episode 2
2. Episode 2
Kōsei, Kaori, Tsubaki and Ryōta make it to the concert hall, where the second annual junior high division violin competition is being held. After the competition, Kōsei observes from the sidelines as Kaori runs towards Ryōta, almost like a love scene cut out of a movie. Because of this, Kōsei feels like he is playing the role of "Friend A", pondering his newfound mixed emotions for Kaori....
Episode 3
3. Episode 3
When Kōsei and Kaori go to the café, they notice an upright piano, in which Kaori orders Kōsei to play "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star". The sound soon resonates around the café as he begins to play a variation of the melody, but he abruptly stops and leaves in the middle of his performance. Kaori finds Kōsei at a park, where he reveals that he begins to lose his ability to hear the sound of the piano once he starts to concentrate, as if the flower petals are pulled upward and caught in the spring wind. Since Kaori was nominated by the audience to advance to the second round of the preliminaries, she tells him to get over his so-called curse and embrace his talent, appointing him as her new piano accompanist....
Episode 4
4. Episode 4
Kōsei, Kaori, Tsubaki and Ryōta rush to the concert hall on bikes, making it on time before the second round of the preliminaries begins. In the hallway of the venue, Kaori headbutts Kōsei to calm down his nerves and tells him not to worry, all before they are called up on stage and begin their musical journey together....
Episode 5
5. Episode 5
Kōsei, Tsubaki and Ryōta visit Kaori in her hospital room. Kōsei feels responsible for disqualifying Kaori from advancing to the final round of the preliminaries due to stopping in the middle of their performance, yet she has not said a word of reproach to him. He feels out of place since this is not something he can easily forget. Tsubaki has not been herself either, shown when she is not focused during softball practice, as if her eyes are cloudy. She seeks advice from her good friend Nao Kashiwagi....
Episode 6
6. Episode 6
Kaori reveals that she not only recorded Kōsei poorly practicing a set piece for the upcoming piano competition, but she also already submitted his entry of participation, much to his shock. However, she encourages him to imagine how he wants to play this piece. Tsubaki realizes how close Kōsei and Kaori are becoming and feels left out, so she contacts Saitō and asks him to be her boyfriend....
Episode 7
7. Episode 7
During the soccer regional tournament, Ryōta misses the soccer goal on his last kick, also costing his team the game. With the day of the piano competition approaching, a troubled Kōsei collapses from exhaustion during physical education class and is carted to the infirmary. Kaori later walks with Kōsei to the park, where he says that he is trapped in Saki's shadow. However, Kaori believes that Kōsei is himself, giving him comfort and support....
Episode 8
8. Episode 8
It is shown that Takeshi declined an invitation to an international piano competition because he believes that Kōsei will finally arise after an absence of two years. As Takeshi plays his set piece on stage, it is recalled that he worked tenaciously to improve his musical talent due to his aspiration to play like Kōsei. Takeshi receives a thunderous applause from the audience after he finishes his performance, and his hands shiver once he leaves the stage....
Episode 9
9. Episode 9
A flashback explains that Emi threw away all of her ambitions in order to learn how to play the piano, after hearing Kōsei perform for the first time. After a resonating performance, Emi heads backstage to the hallway and attempts to confront Kōsei, but she finds herself bereft of words and just walks away. After another intermission of fifteen minutes, Kōsei comes onto the stage to play his set piece....
Episode 10
10. Episode 10
Kōsei begins to fall apart in his performance, drawing buzz from the audience. He feels trapped in his mother's shadow, unable to escape from his trauma. He stops midway through, looking at Kaori in the audience and wondering why she played again during her performance before. This motivates him to keep playing, discreetly dedicating this set piece to Kaori....
Episode 11
11. Episode 11
After the performance, Kōsei runs into Hiroko Seto, a world-renowned pianist and Saki's close friend, along with her cheerful daughter Koharu Seto. Hiroko is aware that Kōsei was emitting love during his performance, but Kōsei really was showing gratitude instead. As the results of the piano competition are posted, it is no surprise that Kōsei did not make the cut. Both Takeshi and Emi are struck by how he has changed and matured, but they do not understand how he has felt for so long. The next day, Hiroko visits Kōsei, who fell asleep from playing the piano all night long....
Episode 12
12. Episode 12
Kōsei disagrees with the set piece that Kaori has chosen for the gala concert. Hiroko wants Kōsei to focus on being a pianist and to not focus so much on his dead mother. At night, Kōsei and Kaori sing "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" before arriving at Kaori's house, where her parents work in a family-owned pastry shop. The next day, Kōsei and Kaori struggle to be in sync during their practice. To relax a bit, Kōsei, Kaori, Tsubaki, Ryōta and Nao play with fireworks by the school swimming pool. Tsubaki accidentally pushes Kōsei in the swimming pool, where Kōsei recalls Hiroko telling him to hear the music from his heart and not from his ears. He wakes up to his friends, in which Ryōta saved him from drowning....
Episode 13
13. Episode 13
Since Kaori is a no-show, Kōsei takes the stage alone, much to the audience's surprise. Kōsei plays a piano transcription of the set piece, which was originally composed for violin and piano. Following Hiroko's advice, Kōsei plays with a gentle touch, hearing the notes through his heart and not through his ears. As he uses this opportunity to prove himself as a pianist, he internally comes to terms with memories of and connection to Saki....
Episode 14
14. Episode 14
Tsubaki tells Kōsei that Kaori was sent to the hospital after collapsing in her home. This is the second time that Kōsei, Tsubaki and Ryōta visit Kaori in the hospital, in which Kaori tries to act cheerful even though she is obviously not well. Nao notes that Tsubaki may have romantic feelings for Kōsei instead of Saitō, but Tsubaki only sees Kōsei as a brother....
Episode 15
15. Episode 15
Tsubaki cannot hide her feelings of confusion since Kōsei plans to move away. After Saitō later breaks up with Tsubaki, she tells Kōsei as he plays the piano to comfort her. Tsubaki is frustrated as she sees her friends moving forward, afraid that she might be left behind. She believes Kōsei to be a liar when he said that he would stay by her side. As Kōsei hesitates to visit Kaori in the hospital, he encounters a girl, who falls on top of him from a tree, and he takes her to see Hiroko. The girl is Nagi Aiza, an aspiring pianist and Takeshi's younger sister. She performs a little bit on the piano, and Hiroko agrees to be her piano teacher....
Episode 16
16. Episode 16
Hiroko has Kōsei critique Nagi on her technique during her piano lessons. After Kaori surprises Kōsei with a shopping spree at a department store, he assumes that she left her backpack at the school since she was wearing her school uniform, but he realizes that she was lying about it. As Kōsei takes Kaori home on a bike, she tearfully thanks him for spending time with her. Nagi begins to plot revenge on Kōsei after he continues to point out all of her mistakes during her piano lessons....
Episode 17
17. Episode 17
Kōsei feels down in the dumps at school due to what Kaori had asked him, even though she was not being serious about it. In the school gymnasium, Nao worries about Tsubaki for her obvious feelings for Kōsei. At her house, Hiroko notices Kōsei having distracted thoughts, cutting the piano lesson early. Nagi follows him and tries to cheer him up at the park. Later on, Ryōta eventually convinces Kōsei to visit Kaori in the hospital, but Kōsei does not have much to say when he sees her....
Episode 18
18. Episode 18
Kousei dan Nagi menampilkan lagu yang ditulis untuk piano empat tangan. Selama pertunjukan, Kousei bersaing dengan Nagi untuk melihat apakah Nagi bisa mengimbangi dirinya. Nagi percaya bahwa dia memahami Kousei pada tingkat yang lebih dalam, maka hal ini mendorongnya untuk tampil dengan sepenuh hati. Setelah lagu mereka selesai, penonton terpukau dengan penampilan mereka. Sementara di belakang panggung, Kousei ditantang oleh Takeshi, yang cemburu bahwa Kousei berpasangan dengan Nagi, adiknya. Takeshi menuntut kepada Kousei akan kesempatan untuk mengalahkannya dalam kompetisi piano yang akan datang....
Episode 19
19. Episode 19
At the hospital, Kaori opts for a risky surgery all for the sake of having the chance to perform with Kōsei one more time. Kōsei meets with Kaori's parents, and they all watch as Kaori is undergoing rehabilitation. At the school library, Nao tells Tsubaki that Kōsei has been practicing nonstop for the upcoming piano competition. Tsubaki later hides her feelings of jealousy towards Kaori while giving Kōsei a haircut. On the day of the piano competition, Kōsei shares an egg sandwich with Emi and Takeshi, bringing them on good terms with him....
Episode 20
20. Episode 20
Ryōta drags Kōsei to the hospital to visit Kaori, who continues to exhort Kōsei to keep practicing for the piano competition. During a rainstorm, Tsubaki knows that Kōsei loves Kaori, even though Kaori loves Ryōta. Tsubaki says that Kōsei should fall in love with her instead, only to kick him in the shin and run off in tears. The next day, Nao suspects something happened between Kōsei and Tsubaki, while Hiroko tries to tell Kōsei that he needs to concentrate on the piano competition finals....
Episode 21
21. Episode 21
Hiroko visits Kōsei at his house, seeing him cooped up in his bedroom. He claims that he cannot play the piano anymore, seeing as he is reliving the trauma of two years ago. Kōsei returns to school and finds a note in his desk from Ryōta, and the familiar stationary inside reads, "I want canelés." Kōsei visits Kaori in her hospital room, where she came back from the intensive care unit. He carries her to the roof of the hospital as it begins to snow. He tells her that he has given up playing the piano, having the fear of losing the ones he cares about....
Episode 22
22. Episode 22
Kōsei performs his set piece, knowing that he is never alone. He finds himself floating in the clouds and sees an illusion of Kaori playing the violin alongside him. Kaori gradually disappears as lights rush from the sky to take her away, with Kōsei begging her not to leave him, in which he realizes that the surgery was unsuccessful. When he completes his performance, tears run down his face as he says his final farewell to her. Later, Kōsei receives a letter from Kaori through her parents at the funeral. As spring approaches, Kōsei reads the letter, which reveals that Kaori also admired him as a child and was influenced to play the violin with him someday....