Fourteen is an age of transition, an awkward time of changing bodies and confusing feelings. Childhood friends Kanata Tanaka and Kazuki Yoshiwara are all too aware of this transition -- they’re admired as the most “mature” of their classmates, something that has pressured Kanata and Kazuki to keep themselves from acting like typical teenagers.
Being in the same situation, the pair realizes that they can only be themselves around each other. In class, they continue being the reliable “adults” of their classmates, but when they’re alone, they can be as dorky and playful as they please. Thus sets the premise to their story of cute, awkward teenage romance.