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|“||We used to live in an apartment far away from my dad's workplace before we moved to this house. In other words, he didn't come home all that often. Our parents overcame the impossible. They built a large house closer to Dad's company, which is where I live currently.||”|
–Nakamura Hiro's thoughts on his house
Nakamura's House is the new big house that Hiro's deceased parents built. Hiro's parents built a large house so that Hiro's dad could visit home more often and so that their family could be together. Hiro meets Mao shortly after the Nakamura Family moves in. After the Nakamura couple passes away, Hiro becomes the sole owner of the house and gets a job in order to protect it.
This is the "House of the Sun" that Mao uses as the title and the setting of her cellphone novel.
- Nakamura Hiro - current owner of the house
- Motomiya Mao - currently moved out of the house
- Nakamura Daiki - left the house, but currently living in house
- Nakamura Hina - moved out of the house, but currently living in house
- Mrs. Nakamura and Mr. Nakamura - former owners of house
- Croquette - currently living in house
- Wakaba - currently living in house
Mao [thoughts on herself]: I was an unloved child, and that place [Nakamura Household] accepted me, whenever and wherever. That's what I thought.
Daiki [thoughts]: It's not like I didn't want to live with Hiro and Hina. I just couldn't bring myself to live in that house. That house without my parents. I didn't have the courage to go back and face reality.
Hiro [to Sugimoto]: I told my parents that I wanted everyone to live together again. So they agreed, and built our house. And yet we've become separated even more so. When I was in school I always thought that it was my fault because I asked to move. But I want everyone to live in that house again. That's always been my dream. And recently I've moved one step closer to it.