Summary from jdramas.wordpress.com
Housewife Kamijo Natsu wavers between being a mother and a woman. She has devoted her life to her husband Yoshiyuki and their two children, Makio and Yumika. Her days are busy taking care of the family’s needs, she does not put extra effort into clothes and makeup, and her femininity has now vanished. One morning, Natsu hears gossip from fellow housewives who also live in the company dormitory. Komaki Rie , her friend in the same company dormitory, has run away with her lover, leaving behind her husband Wataru and son Ryo. Family matters most to Natsu and she reacts with disbelief. Then Natsu receives a phone call from Rie. Rie says she is living life to the fullest and does not feel any prick of conscience. Shortly after that, a young man, Saeki Ryu, moves in downstairs. In an attempt to get Natsu to regain a little of her femininity, Yoshiyuki has asked Ryu, who is his subordinate, to seduce her. However, this is the start of a forbidden romance. Natsu ends up falling in love with this young man in spite of her superficial husband.
Translated using subs found on jpsubbers(Thanks!)
Raws thanks to furransu
Editing, reviewing and much more was done by railise. I just did the translation
Translation of the commercial they mention in the 5th episode (it can be found here)
- I really like watching your back, Chief.
- Eh? Stop it.
- Can I watch it for a while?
- Stop it.
- Good day.
- You always come here at noon.
- I don't do it only for the bento.
- You look different from the days you go to work.
- Somehow, you look really kind.
[ looks like it's a good thing ]
- This happens a lot.
- If I'm right, even in Takazawako.
- Kakunodate and Towada, too.
- Looks like it cleared up, huh?
- We'll meet another time.
- When I entered the company, you made me cry because you scolded me.
- Eh? I did?
- So, I thought I should make you cry sometime.
- What's with that?
6th (I think it's Omori Nao's first role )
- Um, can I help you?
- Good day.
- Ah, good day
- Eh, it won't stay.
- I'll stay with you.
- No, it's nothing.