Tōmei na shūmatsu
Morita, a socially successful man, is one day diagnosed with cancer and given three months to live. Morita wants to decide his own death, so he considers committing suicide. Then he is stunned to learn that the human world will end today. Morita heads for the house in the forest where he used to live. When he arrives at the house, Miki, the woman who used to live there with him, is waiting for him over breakfast. Morita joins her for breakfast. As time passes, the space-time around Morita becomes unstable. He begins to see Ash, the keeper of time, who cannot be there. Is this the effect of the drug? Or is it a dimensional change? Ash gradually appears with increasing frequency. Morita's desire for life grows stronger as he eats with Miki and has sex with her afterwards. Morita and Miki intersect with Ash, who does not exist. The cat world is linked to the collapse of mankind. Time ticks away and a day ends. The world is distorted, and the world of mankind is collapsing. The world is replaced and the cat world begins. Cats rejoice. Morita and Miki wander through the warped world that has been replaced. Miki leaves Morita, and Morita is left alone by Ash. His rage of despair explodes.