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Published on Mar 16, 2011
There's a roach inside the near by hotpot, There's also a roach under Shin'Ichirō's shoe.
This song also made a cameo in the first episode of Tari Tari when the choir was singing.
**MAJOR SPOILER IN THE FOLLOWING. You have been warned**
Most of you who have watched this through the whole way will probably be wondering: "Why did he leave Noe? What the hell is wrong with this guy?! What a crappy ending!" Well maybe scratch the crappy ending, depending on how one thinks. However, I can give you insight on why he left Noe. The anime's title is "True Tears". It basically revolves around Noe recovering her "tears" which her grandmother stole from her. Noe believes that Shin'Ichirō has the ability to help her on this. In the final episode with the camera on Noe's back, if you didn't notice, Noe let out a tear. The tear she let out, was in fact, a "true" tear. You followed all that? Quick summary: Shin'Ichirō left Noe so she can cry a tear to live up to the anime name! Now yes, I know what you must be thinking. "Why end it like this?! There must be some other way to recover her tears! Why break up with her?" And I completely agree with this thought. At the same time, I did enjoy this ending. Although it may not have been the BEST ending I've witnessed, I think it was nice how Shin'Ichirō didn't completely neglect Noe in the end, even singing after her full of tears.