Netflix announced this week that Aska Matsumiya (After Yang, Skate Kitchen, Bruised, Betty, I’m Your WomanSelah and the Spades) has been hired to score the streamer’s upcoming Japanese original series Beyond Goodbye. The show is written by Yoshikazu Okada (If Cats Disappeared from the World, The 8-Year Engagement), directed by Hiroshi Kurosaki (Gift of Fire, Second Virginity) and stars Kasumi Arimura and Kentaro Sakaguchi. The romantic drama follows a young woman who suddenly loses her fiancé in a traffic accident and later meets a man who strangely reminds her of her ex-partner, not knowing he had received her fiancé’s heart a few months prior to their encounter. Makiko Okano (Call Me Chihiro) is executive producing the project and Jun Kurosawai & Teppei Chikami serve as producers on the Telepack production. Beyond Goodbye is currently in production. No premiere date has been announced yet.

Matsumiya’s other recent projects include Steve Buscemi’s The Listener, which premiered at last year’s Venice Film Festival and is currently awaiting a release date.