As a kid Akemitsu only had eyes for his father. One day, his hero explains to him that the world is so vast, and that no man should ever live alone.
He did not hesitate to tell the young boy that having multiple partners was preferable to having just one, comparing it to friendship. Akemitsu thought his father was so wise, just to see him flee and abandon his home.
Years later, Akemitsu starts to understand the words of his father, and unfortunately for him, his name is well known, and not for good.
Now in college, he thinks his father cursed him into his perverted ways, and refuses to go with his friends to parties or other social events where he might meet women, thus, prefers to work part time, even during weekends.
One day, while walking, he muses about his future. How good it could be if he was able to find a steady source of income. At that moment, a huge bag with rice rolls down and hits him. As he recovers consciousness, he sees a beautiful girl trying to apologize to him.
Akemitsu is startled and cannot listen to her, he is completely smitten with her. Suddenly, he rushes home, because he does not want to give in to earthly desires.
Days later, Akemitsu cannot get her out of his mind and ends up going to mixers with his friends, skipping classes and losing his job.
Akemitsu is out of control, and once he is confronted with reality, he decides to give up his secular life and become a monk. And thanks to his uncle, he believes he has found the right temple to do it.
When Akemitsu arrives at the Mikazuki temple, he is greeted by Yuzuki, the same woman he fell in love with. Once again, he is completely enraptured with her and asks her to marry him right away.
Coincidentally, Yuzuki was set up for an interview for an arranged marriage, and believes he is her suitor. However, after speaking with Kiki, the current head of the temple, she realizes that Akemitsu is not her suitor.
This leads to a lot of misunderstandings and chaos, until he finds out that the temple was converted into a nunnery, and Akemitsu’s uncle was unaware of it.
The nunnery women invite Akemitsu to stay in exchange for helping them with manual labor, but he declines the offer, claiming that he has already caused a lot of trouble.
When he arrives at the train station, he discovers that the last train has already left. Yuzuki decides to lend him some help and starts talking to him.
Everything goes smooth, until Akemitsu shares his surname. She recognizes it, because his father stole money from them and ran away, as usual.
Now, they want to force Akemitsu to repay repay the debt, even if it means paying with his body.
Itsuka wa Mangetsu no You ni! ~ Aimi, Yuu Serizawa, Nanami Yamashita
Culture Gap Temptation ~ Madoka Asahina, Sumire Uesaka