Silent poor... the poor and needy whose cries for help are drowned out in today's bustling society. Their existence is spreading rapidly across the nation, and as such, the government decided to set up a body to help them. Nationwide, there are now people called Community Social Workers (CSW), and their jobs are to attend to the poor and needy. One such person is Satomi Ryo, and she works at the Shitamachi area's Council of Welfare. The people that she meets in her busy working life are people afflicted with juvenile dementia, those who have shunned society and locked themselves up in their rooms, the homeless... generally people who are in despair over life and the fate dealt to them. Ryo herself had been down the lonely road before, and as a way to pull herself out of her depression, she decided to work as a CSW, in order to help others like her. She strongly believes that one can always...
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I Won't Let Go of This Hand
Episode 1x9; Jun 03, 2014
1x9: I Won't Let Go of This Hand
1x8: Only at Your Side
1x7: The Heart That Can't Be Reached
1x6: A Tiny SOS
1x5: 30 Years of Loneliness
1x4: A Mother's Song
1x3: The Last Happiness
1x2: A Family's Sun
1x1: I Won't Let This Hand Go
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