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- Kamenashi's mother used to wake him up in the morning and cook him "".Kame, in turn, helped her around the house and went shopping for her.Perhaps for this reason, he finds himself taking off with the irritating stranger’s phone after he carelessly allows it to fall onto Hitoshi’s tray.Emboldened, Hitoshi decides to use the phone to commit an “Ore Ore” scam – a well known telephone fraud in which a stranger rings an elderly person and shouts “it’s me, it’s me!Some say it’s good to be your own best friend, but then again perhaps too much of your own company isn’t so good for you after all.The hero of Satoshi Miki’s adaptation of the Tomoyuki Hoshino novel, It’s Me, It’s Me (俺俺, Ore Ore), is about to put this hypothesis to the test as his identity literally splinters, overwriting the source code of strangers and replacing it with its own.How can you save your identity when you aren’t sure who you are?

- During baseball games among brothers, he affectionately calls Yuya, his little brother, "little punk" because he's better at baseball than he is. - Childhood ambition: Becoming a professional baseball player - The person who got him into liking baseball was the owner of a shop near where he lived.” in a panic so they won’t twig it’s not really their grandson who is ringing them and claiming to be in some kind of terrible trouble which can only be relieved with cold hard cash.Not the sharpest knife in the drawer, Hitoshi gets the money wired to his account and then tries to dispose of the phone but it’s already too late.His mother also wanted to have the "wa" kanji of "heiwa" ("peace") in his name.Also, because "Kame" means "turtle" in Japanese, he jokingly said his animal analogy is a turtle.

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