This manga consist of 4 different stories with 5 chapters.
[Story 1] Penguin Prince
Ranko is a girl whom is frightened by the students in her school until she is labelled as a "witch". Murakami is a good-looking boy given the title "prince" by the other students, especially among the female ones. One day, Ranko discovered Murakami’s biggest embarassing secret. By understanding the difficulties that Murakami would face as an idol, Ranko begins to know the truth meaning of love.
It’s about this boy who is always enthusiastic when it comes to class activities and attention, and a girl who scored the highest in Japanese history in the same class. She is appointed to be the class representative together with the boy. And of course, she has a secret crush on him. Having to spent time with him everyday, she found herself unable to suppress her feelings for him anymore...
[Story 3] Tea Time
It’s about a girl who is being forced to learn on how to act more lady-like by her sister by learning the proper way of the Japanese tea ceremony. She finds out that she will be taught by a boy who is a known delinquent in her school. However, that boy turned out to be perfectly fit wearing a kimono with no sign of the delinquent in sight.
[Story 4] Tea Time (part 2)
The continuation of story 3 where both of them had become couple. One day, the boy’s first crush comes back and this make his new girlfriend feel uneasy. Moreover, by knowing that he had once confess to that girl has her even more anxious. Soon, she learned that he was challenged by that girl if by the time she came back, that boy can perform the tea ceremony successfully, she might reconsider his confession. Will he perform well in the tea ceremony and he be with his first crush, or will he turn the challenge down, and continue to be together with his current girlfriend?
[Story 5] Searching for Four-Leaf Clover
He has always been told that he plays a piano without a soul. He plays incredibly, but it’s as if hearing a machine play. One day, he meets a girl that by any chance saw him crying while throwing sheet music. Being a considerate person, she believes the piece is important to him and returns it, but the boy scolds her for being a busybody. He realizes the girl’s good intentions and apologizes to her. She tells him that while searching for his piece she lost her earring and couldn’t find it. The boy finds it easily and he tells her the secret to search for things.