It’s not every day that you meet a person of this quality. Sakamoto may be a first year in high school, but he has the class, grace, and skill to rival royalty. He may seem intimidating at first, but his cool façade only serves as a matching exterior for his heart of gold. Sakamoto gallantly comes to the aid of bullied students and justly combats the envy of other boys with ease and panache. Despite attempts to embarrass him, Sakamoto glides through school and life with nearly inhuman elegance.
Sakamoto is the coolest. No, really, who else could not only survive multiple pranks unscathed, but also combat a bee with nothing but a protractor? Only Sakamoto, that's who.
Sakamoto inadvertently witnesses a bullying, which leads to him working at a fast food restaurant, and a girl in his class is hell-bent on making him obsessed with her.
As a new gopher, Sakamoto is TOO good at attending to the needs of the toughest bully in school. Later, Sakamoto escapes the affections of Yoshinobu's mother!
Sakamoto is always perfectly on time, draws like an angel, cooks like a master, creates his own parachute, and... disappears?
Sakamoto is challenged to a fight by the second year head of delinquents, Hayabusa. Has Sakamoto met his match? Later, Sakamoto gets a cold… Is that even possible?
Sakamoto's charisma continues to transcend all boundaries. His antics not only charm bullies but also school children and... pale female ghosts with long black hair?!
For Acchan's gang, the curtain guarding the over 18 video section seems impassable, until Sakamoto appears. Later, Sera wants to take Sakamoto down a peg at the sports meet.
Sakamoto’s class is making a display for the school festival, but when an older delinquent returns to the school, even Sakamoto may not be able to escape his game.
Girls from Sakamoto’s class reminisce on how they met him, and Kubota comes down with a cold… but shows up to school anyway?
Sakamoto is invited to a mixer, a social situation he knows nothing about! Then, it’s Hayabusa’s turn to enter a foreign situation, but he’s not alone.
Acchan is excited to teach Sakamoto about playing in the snow, but he comes to a realization that Fukase will use to his advantage.
Sakamoto is giving the farewell speech at graduation when Acchan attacks him! Fukase seems to be set on never leaving school, but perhaps this scheme will be his last.