Takao worships the class beauty, Nanako, from afar. When he is alone in the classroom one day after school, he notices her bag of gym clothes on the floor. He can't resist picking it up. He plans to return it, but the next day, all the girls are commiserating with Nanako that some pervert has stolen her gym clothes. Worse than that, their classmate Sawa quietly lets him know that she saw him take the clothes and will tell Nanako if he doesn't make a contract with her to do whatever she asks of him. And so their strange, tense relationship begins.

Aku no Hana - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2013-04-05

Aku no Hana - Mariko Gotō - Netflix

Mariko Gotō (後藤 まりこ, Gotō Mariko) (born February 22 in Osaka) is a Japanese singer, lyricist, composer and actress. Her career started in the early 2000s with the band Usagi (うさぎ), where she served as vocalist and guitarist. After it broke up in 2003, she joined punk jazz group Midori together with Usagi's bassist, Yoshifumi Kuwano. Midori released three full-length albums, five EPs, and a single. After its dissolution, Gotō focused on her solo career as a musician, as well as a stage, film, and television drama actress. In 2013, she provided vocals and lyrics for the opening song of the anime Flowers of Evil which is titled “宇宙人” (ep. 4–6, “Aku no Hana -Nakamura Sawa-”). Her song “Sound of Me” was used as the ending theme of the drama Taberu Dake, where she played the lead role. In May 2016 it was reported that she decided to quit the music industry.

Aku no Hana - Acting - Netflix

Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2012) Petal Dance (2013) Taberu Dake (2013)

Aku no Hana - References - Netflix