With next year's university entrance exams looming, high school senior Yoshiyama Mihane is beginning to feel the blues. She recently joined the school's photography club. As she walks by the science lab one day after school, she smells the aroma of lavender. From that moment on, she acquires the ability to leap freely through time and the days ahead are marked with bizarre occurrences...
Fukamachi is Mihane's classmate and childhood friend. Or at least that's what everyone thinks. The truth is, Fukamachi came from the future, where he is a brilliant researcher who develops a drug that enables time leaps. He uses the drug to visit the year 2016 but loses it and is unable to return for the time being.
Her romantic feelings for a boy that came from the future lasts but a few days, and those memories are now beginning to fade.
Runtime: 60 minutes
The Girl Who Leapt Through Time - Kiyoshi Yoshida - Netflix
Kiyoshi Yoshida (吉田 潔) is a Japanese composer. His compositions include the music from the film The Girl Who Leapt Through Time and anime series Kaiba, Kurozuka (novel), and Shigurui: Death Frenzy. He also composed the soundtrack for the NHK special programs New Silk Road 2007 and Nihonjinn Harukana tabi. He is a member of the band Ubud.
The Girl Who Leapt Through Time - Discography - Netflix
Albums Asian Drums (Pacific Moon, 2000) Asian Drums II (Pacific Moon, 2001) Matsuri (Pacific Moon, 2007) Warriors – Kiyoshi Yoshida feat. Yukihiko Mitsuka (Pacific Moon, 2012)
The Girl Who Leapt Through Time - References - Netflix