The new season of “The Shelter”, a show depicting mentally hurt children and the adults who are trying to support them.
There is prejudice and rejection against children who experienced abuse, neglect, abandonment, and drug addiction. As society becomes more complex, the number of children with no home to return to continue to grow, but there still isn’t enough places to protect them.
Nosy “Aunty” Sakura confronts difficulties with a compassionate heart! A place of temporary refuge, “The Shelter” is for children who, for a variety of reasons, cannot be raised by their families. Sakura believes if she can fill their stomachs, she can heal their hearts. She became a cook at the “House of Hummingbirds” and taught them about love and hope through her cooking.
Two years later, Sakura works as a staff member at a new shelter, the "The Second Hummingbird House". Meanwhile, Yukino, a new lawyer, comes to the shelter. However, Yukino's enthusiastic love for children sometimes causes intense friction, and she feels severely hurt as the children gets away. Sakura finds her old self in Yukino, and gently snuggles up to her.
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Nosy “Aunty” Sakura confronts difficulties with a compassionate heart! A place of temporary refuge, “The Shelter” is for children who, for a variety of reasons, cannot be raised by their families. Sakura believes if she can fill their stomachs, she can heal their hearts. She became a cook at the “House of Hummingbirds” and taught them about love and hope through her cooking...
Sakura receives an SOS call from Yuka who used to be at the at House of Hummingbirds. She asks her to save Natsumi, who is being scouted by a nasty organization…
Members in the staff room at the ‘House of Hummingbirds’ are in a state of shock, after finding out that there has been a huge drop in stocks…
Sakura is asked by Mayuko for advice on how to return the wristband she borrowed from Daiki. Sakura accompanies Mayuko to a basketball game in which Daiki is playing in, so that she can support in her efforts to trust people…
Sakura gets invited to a protest against the construction of a relief and rehabilitation facility. However, she’s faced with other complications…
Sakura learns that Mayuko is suspected to be suffering from acute leukemia and meets her father who tells her that Mayuko developed leukemia when she was seven years old…
Mayuko tells Daiki about her past and tries to cut off her feelings for him. Meanwhile, Sakura urges Mayuko, who is suspected of having acute leukemia, to go to the hospital…
Daiki is living in the house with the other children and is getting along with them just fine. Meanwhile Sakura is accused of misleading him at the house, as he is preparing for his university entrance exams…
Sakura and her friends are surprised at how the children are being able to be compassionate about others after the trial. Meanwhile, Mayuko collapses whilst working in the garden.
Sakura is consulted by one of the kids about attending a reunion, but she tells him that he can not give him permission to go out for his own safety…