Pita-Ten (ぴたテン?) is a Japanese manga created by Koge-Donbo which was serialized in MediaWorks' shōnen manga magazine Dengeki Comic Gao! between the October 1999 and August 2003 issues; eight bound volumes were released. The manga has been translated into English by Tokyopop. The manga was adapted into a 26-episode anime produced by Madhouse that aired on TV Tokyo between April and September 2002. The title Pita-Ten is short for "Pittari Tenshi" (ぴったり天使?, lit. "clinging angel"). The plot of Pita-Ten centers primarily on the upbeat character Misha and her attempts to become a licensed angel, and Kotaro, her neighbor. It is generally light-humored, but the anime and the manga end with a serious tone. Three light novels, written by Yukari Ochiai, were published by MediaWorks under their Dengeki Bunko imprint between April 2002 and February 2003. The novels were licensed by Seven Seas Entertainment for release in English. The first novel was released in March 2008, the second volume in July 2008, and the third was scheduled for release in November 2008, but was never published due to Seven Seas putting their light novel line on an indefinite hiatus.


Kotarou Higuchi (樋口 湖太郎 Higuchi Kotarō?)
A calm and collected sixth grader. He looks after himself and lives with his father. It is explained during the story that his mother died while saving him from being run over when he was younger. Kotaro learns new skills and becomes happier once Misha moves in next to him. Kotaro is the reincarnation of his granduncle, Kotarou (manga only).
Misha (美紗?)
This cute and perky angel is Kotarou's new next-door neighbor and her main passion in life is stalking and glomping Kotarou. She's an apprentice angel (anime) or unofficial angel (manga) who speaks like a small child and tries to make everybody around her happy; consequentially making matters worse. She is very hyper and outgoing around Kotarou (for example, her first line said to him in both versions is "Will you go out with me?!"). She is happy and optimistic, and has always managed to keep on smiling. She becomes best friends with Shia when Shia moves into her home. As a young angel, Misha befriended Kotarou, Kotarou's granduncle. However, when she was told to return to Heaven, Kotarou (the first) committed suicide. Misha was blamed for the incident and punished, being forced to wear black and kept trapped in a thorn cage. During her time on earth, her exam to become a fully licensed angel is to make Kotarou happy (manga only).
Shia (紫亜?)
A very polite and quiet girl who is great at cooking and cleaning. A demon (manga), or demon apprentice (anime), she is outwardly gentle and kind-hearted, and is not very good at being malicious or at killing humans. She is generally weak - more so when her staff breaks under Misha's angelic influence. In the TV series, she disappears from failing to become a full demon. However, Misha sacrifices herself by making some kind of medicine that made people forget her, and remember Shia. Once the people remembered Shia, Shia came back to life. Later, the powers of Heaven revive Misha due to her selfless bevaviour befitting of an angel. In the manga, in the past, there was an incident in the underworld and young Shia was transported to earth in a human form without any knowledge of her identity. She was found and taken in by a wealthy rice merchant, who named her Shima. Shima fell in love with Kotaro's great grandfather, Taro. They had two children named Kotaroh (Kotaro's granduncle) and Shino (Kotaro's grandmother). When Shima becomes too weak and almost takes Kotarou's life force, she goes with Klaus (Nya) who erases her memory of Taro and her children. Many years later during her time with Kotarou and Misha, Shia is trying to find out about her past. In volume 7 of the manga, Shia dies because she refused to take human life-force in order to stay alive, and because life essence from Misha-san had poisoned her.
Takashi "Ten-chan" Ayanokoji (綾小路 天 Ayanokōji Takashi?)
Nicknamed Ten-chan, Takashi is nothing short of a "ladies' man" who is the best friend of Kotarou and Koboshi since they were six. He's great at sports, outgoing and always gets good grades. Despite his perfect grades and popularity, he has a troubled home life and develops a crush on Shia. Although they never become a couple, they do become friends. In the manga, Takashi tells Shia his feelings for her, and admits to Kotarou his previous feelings for Koboshi.
Koboshi Uematsu (植松 小星 Uematsu Koboshi?)
This semi-sweet loudmouth has the hots for Kotarou and can't stand the fact that Misha is homing in on her territory. Koboshi is depicted as a very assertive character. She loves Kotarou greatly but is too embarrassed to confess her feelings to him. She enjoyed having a normal, routinely basis of her every day life; from meeting Kotarou in the morning to talking to him during the day, until Misha showed up. She is liable to get angry and be very overprotective, causing her to be constantly irritated by Misha's childish antics and attachment to "her Kotarou-chan". In volume 7 and 8 of the manga, Koboshi reveals her feelings to Kotarou, who is shocked and freaked out. She is rejected and goes into depression, but she soon finds her way and starts becoming more confident in herself and around Kotarou.
Hiroshi "Dai-chan" Mitarai (御手洗 大 Mitarai Hiroshi?)
Nicknamed both Dai-chan and "Poops" (a play on the Japanese characters of his name, which mean "bathroom"), is one of the few characters who is almost always consistent, storyline-wise, in both the anime and the manga. He is a pre-pubescent eccentric who is totally obsessed with trying to out-do Takashi, no matter what. Hiroshi does not know that Shia is a demon and Misha is an angel; but he is strict and knowledgeable in traditional Japanese arts, so he is able to guess, (often to the annoyance of the other three kids, when he attempts to exorcise Shia and cling to Misha). Despite this, Hiroshi works hard to stand up to his family name, the great Mitarai dynasty, but falls behind Takashi in grades.
Kaoru Mitarai (御手洗 薫 Mitarai Kaoru?)
Hiroshi's pretty younger sister. She is a highly skilled culinary expert with a serious infatuation with Takashi, — she cooks for him and plans marriage. She reacts violently to anybody who would dare to be mean to Takashi or Hiroshi, though she does value Takashi slightly more than her brother. Kaoru appears reasonably regularly in the anime, but extremely rarely in the manga (she is the only character who was removed from the cast page).
Shino (紫乃?)
Kotarou's maternal cousin. She is a small child with a free spirit, but gets upset very quickly and easily, and hates being left alone. She, like Kotarou, can see angels, demons and ghosts.
Nya (ニャー Nyā?)
A little black cat that is always with Shia who was named by Misha (since the sound a cat makes, "nyo" or "nya" in Japanese). He insists that it is not his real name, but he never reveals it (only in the manga). Nya, who is a full demon, despises Sasha (and the feeling is mutual). His 'human form' is shown in the manga, and he turns out to be very violent. When Shia dies, he says, "I guess I was wrong. [She] turned out to be quite the demon, didn't she? Taking the weakest parts of human hearts and wreaking havoc with it and fate itself. She did it to you [Kotaro], your friend [Ten-chan], that pathetic fool Taro, as well." which suggests he did have some care for Shia. He is also known as "Klaus" in some cases.
Sasha (早紗?)
Sasha is Misha's older sister and a fully-fledged angel. She has a small rivalry with Nya and tests Misha for both of her angel exams. (Anime) She sometimes likes to be referred to as "Sacchun" and has a slight infactuation with Takashi Ayanokoji.
Taro Higuchi (樋口 太郎 Higuchi Tarō?)
Kotaro's great-grandfather who fell in love with Shima, Shia's past self.
Kotarou Higuchi(The First) (樋口 小太郎 Higuchi Kotarō?)
Taro's first child (his name, ko-Tarō, literally means "little-Tarou", meaning "Tarou Junior") and Kotarou's granduncle (manga only). Kotarou loved Misha dearly, and asked her to go out with him. Misha - being an angel - did not understand, so Kotarou explained that he wanted to be with her forever (this is why Misha asked Kotarou to go out with her in the present time on their first meeting). But what Misha was doing (visiting Kotarou) was against the rules in Heaven, and she was scolded and ordered to be sent back to Heaven by Sasha. After he overheard this, Kotarou decided he would go to Heaven with Misha, and committed suicide by jumping off a cliff to his death. Although it is not known what happened to his soul, Kotarou is reincarnated into the present day Kotarou.



Pita-Ten began as a manga series written and illustrated by Koge-Donbo, which was serialized in MediaWorks' shōnen manga magazine Dengeki Comic Gao! between the October 1999 and August 2003 issues. Eight bound volumes were released in Japan under MediaWorks' Dengeki Comics imprint between April 2000 and September 2003. The manga is licensed in North America by Tokyopop,[1] which released the series in English between January 2004 and March 2005. The manga is also licensed by Madman Entertainment in Australia and New Zealand,[2] Soleil Productions in France,[3] Egmont Manga & Anime in Germany,[4] and Kadokawa Media in Hong Kong and Taiwan.[5]

Books and publications

Three volumes of a Pita-Ten Official Fan Book were published by MediaWorks between March and September 2002. The fan books were licensed and released in English by Tokyopop between November 2005 and July 2006. Three light novels, written by Yukari Ochiai, were published by MediaWorks under their Dengeki Bunko imprint between April 10, 2002 and February 10, 2003. Koge-Donbo provided the cover illustrations and Rina Yamaguchi drew the illustrations used in the novels. The novels were licensed by Seven Seas Entertainment, which released the first two volumes in March and July 2008;[6] the third volume was never published due to Seven Seas putting their light novel line on an indefinite hiatus.

An art book titled Pita-Ten Postcard Art Book (ぴたテン ポストカード画集 Pita-Ten Posutokādo Gashū?) was published MediaWorks in February 2002. Two art books for the anime adaptation titled How To Enjoy Pita-Ten (ぴたテンの楽しみ方 Pita-Ten no Tanoshimikata?) were published by MediaWorks between August and November 2002. An art book titled Koge-Donbo Illustration Collection: Pita-Ten (コゲどんぼ画集「ぴたテン」 Koge-Donbo Gashū Pita-Ten?) was published by MediaWorks in December 2003. Tokyopop released Koge-Donbo Illustration Collection: Pita-Ten in English in May 2006.

Radio show

A radio show titled Pita Pita Angel (ぴたぴたエンジェル♪?) was produced to promote the Pita-Ten anime adaptation and Galaxy Angel. The show, hosted by Yukari Tamura and Ryōko Shintani, aired weekly on Radio Osaka, Nippon Cultural Broadcasting, and Tokai Radio. Produced by Bandai Visual, Broccoli and Lantis, the show aired 27 episodes between April 4 and October 3, 2002. The show's title was changed to Pita Pita Angel Ace (ぴたぴたエンジェル♪A?) for the following broadcast on October 10, 2002 and ran until March 27, 2003, containing 25 episodes.


A 26-episode anime TV series adaptation, directed by Toshifumi Kawase and Yuzo Sato and produced by Madhouse, aired in Japan between April 7 and September 29, 2002 on the TXN television network on the TV stations TV Osaka, TV Tokyo, TV Hokkaido, TV Aichi, TV Setouchi and TVQ. Two pieces of theme music were used for the series: one opening theme and one ending theme. The opening theme is "Wake Up Angel (Negaimashite wa (Mugen) Nari)" (Wake Up Angel 〜ねがいましては∞(無限)なり〜?) by Funta and the ending theme is "Chiisana Mahō" (ちいさなまほう?, "Little Magic") by Miyuki Sawashiro. Nine DVDs were released by Bandai Visual in limited and regular editions between June 25, 2002 and April 25, 2003. The first DVD contained the first two episodes, and the other DVD volumes had three episodes each.

Episode list

# Title Original air date
01 How To Get Along With an Angel
"Tenshi to no Tsukiaikata" (天使とのつきあい方)
April 7, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Misha descends to earth and greets Kotarou. Kotarou freaks out at her greeting and runs away. After an ordinary school day, Kotarou finds Misha again, accidentally injuring her. He takes her in and explains to Misha about how he has to do most of the housework after his mother died. Misha, sad by the event, volunteers to be his new mother and follows him everywhere, causing numerous troubles.
02 How To Make A Yummy Apple Pie
"Oishii Appuru Pai no Tsukurikata" (おいしいアップルパイの作り方)
April 14, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Koboshi tries to win Kotarou back from Misha. Seeing gifts Takashi received from other girls as a sign of love, Koboshi bakes an apple pie for Kotarou. Koboshi finishes the pie but is hesitant to deliver it after hearing Kotarou's weariness from eating apples. Koboshi finally drops the apple pie at Kotarou after Misha volunteered to deliver the gift to him. Kotarou appreciates the pie, saying he has not tried cooked apples.
03 How To Have Fun at 'Test Your Courage' Day
"Kimodameshi no Tanoshimikata" (きもだめしの楽しみ方)
April 21, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Koboshi plans out a scary recreational event for "Test Your Courage Day". Kotarou, feared of ghosts, receives a charm from Misha in case he needs help. On the event day, Kotarou, not a participant of the event, sees ghosts flying around and runs away. He accidentally enters the haunted house and sees more scary visuals. Kotarou finally screams, causing the charm to activate and Misha to rescue him. Kotarou, Koboshi, and Takashi find out that Misha is an angel.
04 How To Have Fun When Going Into an Onsen
"Tanoshii Onsen no Hairikata" (楽しい温泉の入り方)
April 28, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Misha wins hot spring tickets and invites everyone to come. Misha, misunderstanding Takashi's word about "cleaning your soul", forms a voodoo doll of Kotarou and washes it, making Kotarou unconscious. Shia attempts to practice demonic skills on Kotarou, but fails when Misha revives Kotarou. Learning the Shia lives alone, Misha invites her to join everyone else and to stay in her apartment.
05 How To Look For A Part-Time Job
"Arubaito no Sagashikata" (アルバイトの探し方)
May 5, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Shia tries hard to contribute in return for living in Misha's apartment. While Misha interferes with Kotarou at school, Shia looks for job. Unsuccessful, Takashi notes his uncle needing a replacement worker for his cafè called Tricot. At the cafè, Koboshi fights with Takashi and accidentally flips the sign to "Open", flooding the cafè with customers. With the help of others, Shia manages to serve everyone well during the rush.
06 How To Make a New Friend
"Atarashii Tomodachi no Mukaekata" (新しいともだちの迎え方)
May 12, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Hiroshi Mitarai, a rich boy, fights with Takashi about how he places above him in the National Mock Exams. Trying to compete with him in every subject, he becomes crazy about Misha when he almost kicked the ball at Kotarou. Using Misha as a prize, Hiroshi faces off with Takashi. Although Hiroshi trained hard and exits the test room with high confidence, Takashi still places above him on the National Mock Exam.
07 How To Play Pranks
"Itazura no Shikata" (いたずらの仕方)
May 19, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Kaoru tries to make life miserable for Takashi in revenge for her brother. Mistaken Takashi for Kotarou, Kaoru attacks Kotarou, causing Misha to worry. Putting more pranks, she does not understand that Hiroshi is being held responsible for the pranks. Takashi eventually jumps out at her an identifies himself. Kaoru, crazy about Takashi, attacks Hiroshi instead for disrespect of Takashi.
08 How To Fight Your Rival
"Raibaru to no Tatakaikata" (対決の仕方)
May 26, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Koboshi announces Princess Kaguya, the play they will put on for the school arts festival. Hiroshi competes with Takashi to win the main part but loses. Takashi accidentally hurts himself and hands the part to Kotarou even though Hiroshi argues that he is a better replacement. Kotarou has trouble memorizing the script and practices hard, losing his voice. Through Misha's encouragement, Kotarou finishes the play successfully.
09 How to Catch an Angel
"Tenshi no Mitsukekata" (天使の見つけ方)
June 1, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Hiroshi dreams about Misha as an angel and tries to prove Kaoru in reality that Misha is an angel. Because of Misha's unawareness, Hiroshi gathers more evidence from her explanation of the "To Heaven" box and her flying outside. Kaoru, believing that everything is an illusion, tries to attack Misha for giving such illusion. Eventually, Takashi convinces Hiroshi that his present gives Misha powers to fly.
10 How To Reconciliate Skillfully
"Jōzu na Nakanaori no Shikata" (上手な仲直りの仕方)
June 8, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Misha breaks Kotarou's mother's cup which upsets him. Kotarou yells at Misha, causing her to be depressed. Misha tries to fix the broken cup using a glue she brought from heaven. However, Misha trips and squirts the glue on her friends. Kotarou, Koboshi, and Takashi all get stuck with unmatched pairs: Kotarou-Misha, Koboshi-Nyaa, and Takashi-Hiroshi. To break away from the glue, each pair must get along.
11 How to Invite Someone to a Wonderful Dance
"Suteki na Dansu no Sasoikata" (素敵なダンスの誘い方)
June 15, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Takashi's performance has dropped recently as he starts to be concerned about his feelings towards Shia. Karou tries to relieve Takashi with many Mitarai items, but nothing relieves Takashi. His friends give him a cheer up party, but Takashi still feels depressed. Takashi meets Shia in the park and asks her for a dance. He eventually cheers up receiving advice from Misha. Upon visiting Tricot, they find out that Shia is a demon.
12 How to Collect Trifles
"Garakuta no Atsumekata" (ガラクタの集め方)
June 22, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Takashi is troubled about Shia being a demon, spending hours researching about demons and figuring out consequences and dangers of being with a demon. When Kotarou and his friends went to collect junk for an assignment, Misha tries to help Kotarou secretly, creating more junk and causing trouble for the town. Takashi thinks that Shia is behind the whole situation, but learns that Misha is doing it instead.
13 How To Walk Into A Castle
"Oshiro no Arukikata" (お城の歩き方)
June 29, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Kotarou and his friends go to Hiroshi's mansion to access resources for an assignment. Hiroshi, making Takashi unwelcome, forces all to study inside a jungle environment. Kotarou and Koboshi go and get more books but gets trapped inside Hiroshi's training room. Kotarou arrives in the Mitarai hall and Hiroshi explains his duty of being a Mitarai leader. Later that night, Kotarou learns that angels also have exams.
14 How To Feel Happy
"Shiawase no Kanjikata" (しあわせの感じ方)
School exams are coming. Misha disrupts Kotarou to study for her exam, which is about happiness. Failing to succeed, Misha gives Kotarou a special pencil, believing that good grades make Kotarou happy. However, Kotarou gets scolded and has to retake the test. Shia presents Kotarou meat buns and encourages him to talk to Misha, who is studying on the roof. Kotarou and Misha help each other out. Takashi still places above Hiroshi in the results. Kotarou improves his placement.
15 How To Play In The Amusement Park
"Yūenchi no Asobikata" (遊園地のあそび方)
July 6, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Shino, a troublesome cousin, visits Kotarou. Angry that her father has a business trip, Shino goes to the amusement park with Kotarou and his friends. Kotarou and his friends pass out being unable to handle Shino and Misha's tremendous energy. Hearing that Shino's father actually had to go to the hospital, Shino runs away. Without hope finding Shino, Misha flies up into the air with Kotarou and finds Shino, crying to go to the hospital. Misha transports Shino to the hospital.
16 How To Walk like a girl.
"Gekai no Arukikata" (下界の歩き方)
July 13, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Sasha, Misha's sister, visits Earth to observe Misha. Sasha is horrified to see Misha living with a demon in her apartment. After repeatedly fighting with Nyaa about whose apprentice is better, Sasha accidentally casts her spell on Kotarou, causing him to excel the next day. As a demon, Nyaa tries to cast an opposite spell. Fighting between evil and good over Kotarou and his friends, the spells cancel out, leaving them with a draw.
17 How To Enjoy Your Holiday
"Kyūjitsu no Tanoshimikata" (休日の楽しみ方)
July 20, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Takashi's uncle gives Takashi movie tickets for their hard work. Takashi and Shia choose a romance movie while Kotarou and Koboshi follow Misha to a dinosaur movie. Nyaa, trying to give practice to Shia, possesses Kaoru, causing her to destroy the romance movie screen. Misha, Koboshi, and Kotarou arrive late to find Kaoru chasing all of them to the park. Shia tries to confront her but fails. Hiroshi receives a tool that will cure Kaoru.
18 How To Spend Your Vacation
"Bakansu no Sugoshikata" (バカンスのすごし方)
July 27, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Kaoru invites Takashi to Mitarai's family beach resort but reluctantly accepts all his friends at Takashi's request. At the beach, Hiroshi wears a floatation device and refuses to enter the sea water. Kaoru explains that Hiroshi was chased by a whale, giving him the fear of swimming. Misha uses her spell to give Hiroshi swimming lessons in the sea water. They end the vacation with fireworks.
19 How An Apprentice Angel Does Her Best
"Minarai Tenshi no Ganbarikata" (見習い天使のがんばり方)
Today is Misha's angel qualification exam. Her task is to become an Angel-For-One-Day and is examined by Sasha to see if she qualifies as an angel. Misha makes numerous mistakes, resulting in numerous deductions. Sasha then finds Nyaa trying to disrupt Misha's exam and fights with Nyaa. Misha's mistakes start a large tomato fight, joined by Takashi, Koboshi, and Hiroshi. Kotarou shouts out, causing Misha to hug Kotarou and end the fight.
20 How To Find Things You've Lost
"Nakushita Mono no Mitsukekata" (なくしたものの見つけ方)
August 3, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Misha suddenly disappears. Kotarou starts happy as Misha will stop distracting him, but turns sad. Koboshi and Takashi try to find her without success. Hiroshi also participates but is thwarted by Kaoru. After a week when Kotarou almost gives up, Misha returns from heaven after registering for another angel exam. Misha does not know time passes slower in heaven. Kotarou feels relieved about the current situation.
21 How Girls Do Their Best
"Onna no Ko no Ganbarikata" (女の子のがんばり方)
August 10, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Koboshi feels left out because Kotarou has feelings for Misha. Shia and Misha also live next to him and have many qualities and skills. Koboshi volunteers to do Kotarou's housework, but fails. Hearing Takashi and Kotarou explain about her ungirly past, Koboshi tries to change her personality to become more pretty and less violent. Koboshi goes overboard and passes out from hunger. Kotarou explains that he likes Koboshi acting normally.
22 How To Burn For The Sports Meeting
"Undōkai no Moekata" (運動会の燃え方)
August 17, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Kotarou and the others compete in the town's annual sports meeting to win an automatic dishwasher for Shia in response to Misha breaking her favorite bowl. However, Shia struggles when she runs. Hiroshi also enlists in the sports meeting to rival Takashi while Kaoru enlists as a chance for her to express her love at Takashi. During the main event, a surprise former champion approaches one of the lanes.
23 How To Enjoy Hiking
"Haikingu no Tanoshimikata" (ハイキングの楽しみ方)
August 24, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Kotarou and the others are going on a hiking trip. At the bus station, Takashi overreacts about his favorite lunch box from Shia. Kotarou knocks it over by accident, separating Takashi and Kotarou. Misha and Koboshi try to fake an drowning incident, but Hiroshi interferes. As the weather gets harsher, Kotarou tries to return to the bus station alone but slips. Takashi saves Kotarou and they both reconcile their friendship.
24 How To Visit A Patient
"Omimai no Ikikata" (お見舞いの行き方)
August 31, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Takashi is hospitalized and Kotarou and his friends visit him. Miku, another patient, unsuccessfully tries to escape her injection. Shia draws on Miku's bandage to help relieve her pain. The next day, other kids started asking Shia to draw pictures on their casts and bandages as well. Misha brings in cookies that grants them their wish. Transforming the hospital to a happier place, Shia faces a surprising announcement from Nyaa.
25 How To Separate
"Owakare no Shikata" (お別れの仕方)
September 1, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Shia gets fired as a demon apprentice. Nyaa convinces her to revert back to doing demonic activity, but Shia decides against it and vanishes. Everyone forgets about Shia except for Misha. Kotarou does not understand Misha's sad feelings until Misha forces memories of Shia back into Kotarou's mind. Shia's vanish also helped Misha pass part of her final angel exam; the second part is to make sure the demon never returns.
26 How To Connect Your Feelings
"Omoi no Tsunagikata" (想いのつなぎ方)
September 29, 2002 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Misha tries to make everyone remember Shia and bring her back. Misha uses an item from heaven, but it backfires, making everyone but Kotarou forget about Misha. Misha tries it again, but is warned by her sister, Sasha, that this violates the conduct of angels. Misha presues anyway and revives Shia. As a consequence, Misha gets fired and vanishes from existence. Two weeks later, Sasha rethinks about what Misha did and she comes back. Everyone is happy thus ending the story and series.


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