In 2004, Aoni Production sponsored the Voice Fair 2004's dramatization of Arashi no Yoru ni and Aru Hareta Hi ni, which starred Katsue Miwa as Mei and Minori Matsushima as Gabu.
In 2007, Yoshikazu Yokoyama directed the Engekishūdan Studio Life musical version, in which Sayaka Yoshino portrayed Mei.
The next day, when they meet, Mei learns that his companion from the night before was a wolf named Gabu.
Despite their natural predisposition as enemies, they share a common bond and begin meeting regularly.
Gabu is missing, but Mei finds him in another cave.
On hearing these words, Gabu's memory slowly returns in flashes before in a rapid burst.
is the first in a series of children's books authored by Yūichi Kimura and illustrated by Hiroshi Abe.
In 1995, the book won the 26th Kōdansha Literature Culture Award and the 42nd Sankei Children's Literature Culture Award.
While waiting for the moon to come out, Gabu taunts Mei that he plans on eating him.
Mei, saying that he wouldn't have minded being eaten by Gabu before, accuses the wolf of not being the Gabu he previously knew and deems him pathetic for not even attempting to remember his past.
As Gabu is about to go face the wolf pack, there is an avalanche which sweeps them all away.