YANO: "Human memories are too vague. Thinking something has color when it doesn't, making things more dramatic than they really are, glorifying things... It gives new greater meaning than was actually there. That's why I don't believe any of this talk about 'beautiful memories.'
TAKAHASHI: What do you believe in then, yano?
YANO: You... absolutely... you. What's right in front of me now."
"Yano: "We were all indeed here. We lived here..."
Nana: "I came to love him..."
Yano: "I loved her..."
Nana: "Receiving so many beginnings... and a countless number of feelings..."
Yano: "Learning each other's strengths and weaknesses..."
Nana: "Yes... indeed... we... were here."
Yano: Yes We Where There but we never really got anywhere.."