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[JEPUN] Japanese Drama [PART 2]~Update & Review~

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Post time 4-12-2009 04:07 PM | Show all posts
"W no Higeki" gets new drama adaptation, starring Miho Kanno
Tue, December 1, 2009 (3:34am EST)



"W no Higeki," a popular suspense novel by Shizuko Natsuki, is being adapted by TBS as a drama special with actress Miho Kanno (32) in the starring role. The story has previously been adapted into two television dramas and an award-winning 1984 film, directed by Shinichiro Sawai and starring Hiroko Yakushimaru (45).



The new TBS version, handled by screenwriter Yoshikazu Okada, makes some changes to the setup, giving it a more modern feel. Kanno plays the part of temp worker Harumi Ichijo, who feels the effects of the recession when her temp agency dismisses her. She accepts an invitation to the villa of her friend Mako (Mitsuki Tanimura), but there she discovers a murder. Mako is believed to have been involved, but Harumi engages in deception in order to protect her.



Also appearing in the drama are Toru Emori, Junko Ikeuchi, Miki Maya, Hashinosuke Nakamura, Hiroki Narimiya, and Teruyuki Kagawa. TBS plans to broadcast the program on January 11.

Source: www.tokyograph.com
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Post time 5-12-2009 12:06 AM | Show all posts
AKB48 to play yankees in TV Tokyo drama
Thu, December 3, 2009 (1:50am EST)



Idol group AKB48 will star in a TV Tokyo drama series this winter. Titled "Majisuka Gakuen," the show was planned and written by AKB48 producer Yasushi Akimoto.



The drama will revolve around adolescent "yankees," or delinquents. Although all of AKB48's members are planned to appear on the show, the main character will be Atsuko Maeda (18), who was voted #1 by fans in the group's "senbatsu" election earlier this year. Maeda has already acted in multiple films and dramas, and was recently announced as a cast member in NHK's 2010 taiga drama "Ryomaden," playing a niece of protagonist Sakamoto Ryoma (Masaharu Fukuyama).

"Majisuka Gakuen" will air in TV Tokyo's "Drama 24" time slot (Friday nights at 12:12am). The show premieres on January 8. The official website has already opened.

Source: www.tokyograph.com
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Post time 7-12-2009 03:24 PM | Show all posts
MBS turns weird reality into "Arienai!" drama series
Thu, December 3, 2009 (4:20am EST)

A website has launched for an upcoming drama series called "Arienai!" The show is adapted from a stage production of the same name, written and directed by screenwriter Michiru Egashira ("Gokusen," "1 Litre of Tears").

The stage version of "Arienai!" was performed earlier this year by Croque Girls, the troupe led by Egashira. On the drama's website, it is described as a "surreal situation comedy," based on unbelievable events that actually happened in real life.



According to the Croque Girls blog, the drama series consists of 11 half-hour episodes. Each episode is a different story with a separate cast. The lead actors of the episodes include Shiro Sano, Kazuki Kato, Koki Mizuta, Kenta Kamakari, Yasuhisa Furuhara, Hidenori Tokuyama, Takashi Nagayama, Jiro Sato, Hiroki Nakadoi (of Lead), and Dori Sakurada. Talento YOU will serve as the show's storyteller.

"Arienai!" will air on MBS late at night on Wednesdays (1:25am). The first episode is scheduled for January 13.

Source: www.tokyograph.com

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Post time 7-12-2009 03:33 PM | Show all posts
Kazuki Kitamura's first time to star in drama series
Fri, December 4, 2009 (3:50am EST)



Next season, actor Kazuki Kitamura (40) will finally have his first starring role in a television drama series. The show, titled "Shukumei 1969-2010 ~Once Upon A Time In Tokyo~," will air on TV Asahi.

Kitamura plays the role of Takashi Arikawa, an elite financial bureaucrat who is also the son of the head of one of Japan's largest medical corporations. With his intelligence, looks, and wealth, he has been destined for power in the political arena. Although the show starts out in the present day, it also looks far back into the past of Arikawa and his family.

The series will start on January 15, airing Friday nights at 9:00pm.

Source: www.tokyograph.com
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Post time 11-12-2009 04:00 PM | Show all posts
"Moyashimon" comes to life
Tue, December 8, 2009 (3:55am EST)



Masayuki Ishikawa's unusual manga "Moyashimon" is being turned into a live-action drama. The new issue of Kodansha's "Evening" revealed that the drama is scheduled for 2010, though few other details are currently available.

The manga is set at an agricultural university, where a student named Tadayasu Sawaki has the unique ability to see and communicate with germs. It was turned into an anime series in 2007.

The drama adaptation will be aired in Fuji TV's "noitaminA" time slot, the same slot that the animated series occupied. It will be the first live-action work broadcast in that time slot.

It is not yet known how long the drama will be, nor have the cast and staff been revealed.

Source: www.tokyograph.com
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Post time 11-12-2009 04:07 PM | Show all posts
New unit assembles from "Indigo no Yoru" cast
Wed, December 9, 2009 (12:42am EST)

A new boy band has formed for the upcoming drama series "Indigo no Yoru," which was announced by Fuji TV last month. Dubbed "INDIGO 4," the group consists of four actors appearing in the drama.



The series is based on a novel by Miaki Kato about an unusual host club whose employees solve mysterious cases. Four of the actors playing hosts on the show are Kosei Amano (31), Akihiro Mayama (21), and twins Manpei and Shinpei Takagi (24). These four will together make their singing debut as the INDIGO 4 unit.

Their first single is titled "Kokoro -Dear my friends-," an R&B tune that will be used as the drama's theme song. The single is scheduled to go on sale on February 24.

"Indigo no Yoru" begins its broadcast run on January 5, airing on weekday afternoons. A stage version featuring the same main cast begins in April.

Source: www.tokyograph.com
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Post time 11-12-2009 04:11 PM | Show all posts
Upcoming Fall J-Dramas

September 11, 2009 by J!-ENT

In a recent column of Televiews by Wm. Penn for the Daily Yomiuri, Penn writes about the upcoming J-dramas.  Here is an excerpt from that article:



More medicine may just be the best medicine for the new autumn TV season. The only hit drama of the summer of 2009 was Kyumei Byoto 24-ji IV (Tuesdays, 9 p.m. Fuji until Sept. 22), which featured two of the best actors of the 1990sCNanako Matsushima and Yosuke EguchiCin serious roles in an interesting, realistic script. TBS and NTV are both offering medical tales in October with hopes of filling that same winning prescription.



The goal of Kyumei Byoto 24-ji IV was to show the exhausting and overwhelming difficulties Japanese ER doctors face. Gine: Sanfujinka no Onna-tachi (Wednesdays, 10 p.m., NTV from mid-October) will demonstrate that the only medical personnel confronting more daunting challenges are the fast-fading ob-gyn specialists who face 38-hour straight shifts, lots of nights on call and a higher percentage of malpractice suits. Gine is the katakana medical world slang for those in the gynecology field, thus the title.

Norika Fujiwara plays a dedicated but overworked ob-gyn who soldiers on with costars Yuki Matsushita and Yuka Itaya in this Shizuka Oishi script.



Gine should be revealing but does not sound like relaxing, highly entertaining viewing so Jin, an original medical alternative, takes the top spot on my to watch list. This science fiction tale, based on the current Super Jump manga, starts with a two-hour special (Sunday, Oct. 11, TBS, 9 p.m.). Another star of the 1990s, Takao Osawa, returns to the small screen after an eight year absence to play the title role. The supporting cast includes Haruka Ayase and Miki Nakatani.

Jin is a modern-day neurosurgeon who slips back in time to the Edo period (1603-1867), where he enjoys the slower pace, heals the sick and befriends Sakamoto Ryoma. The series looks promising and should tide over the many Japanese TV viewersCwho can never seem to get enough of Edo superhero SakamotoCuntil Jan. 3, 2010 when Masaharu Fukuyama brings him to life yet again in the new Sunday NHK taiga drama Ryoma Den.

Source: www.nt2099.com/J-ENT
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Post time 16-12-2009 05:55 PM | Show all posts
Porno Graffitti does new drama theme
Sun, December 13, 2009 (8:41pm EST)



Rock duo Porno Graffitti is in charge of their first drama theme song in more than four years. Their next single, "Hitomi no Oku wo Nozokasete," will be used in TV Asahi's "Shukumei 1969-2010 ~Once Upon A Time In Tokyo~," which starts on January 15.

The band's last drama theme was "Yo Bailo," used in the 2005 TBS series "Konya Hitori no Bed de."

"Hitomi no Oku wo Nozokasete" goes on sale on February 10.

Source: www.tokyograph.com
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Post time 16-12-2009 05:58 PM | Show all posts
Five actresses star in BeeTV mobile drama
Sun, December 13, 2009 (11:12pm EST)



Next year, mobile broadcast service BeeTV is delivering an omnibus drama series called "Onnatachi wa Nido Asobu." The drama is a large-scale project featuring five popular actresses, with director Isao Yukisada and screenwriter Chihiro Ito on staff (both worked on the hit "Sekai no Chuushin de, Ai wo Sakebu"). In addition, Namie Amuro is providing the theme song.



The series consists of five realistic love stories, each with a different lead actress: Saki Aibu (24), Asami Mizukawa (26), Koyuki (32), Yuka (29), and Kyoko Hasegawa (32). Actor Yusuke Santamaria (38) will play a role in all five stories.



The drama is based on a novel by award-winning author Shuichi Yoshida, which collects 11 stories that were serialized in the publication Yasei Jidai in 2004. The overall theme for the drama is "unforgettable women." Aibu's story, titled "Doshaburi Onna," is planned to go first, while Hasegawa's "Tsumaranai Onna" will air last.

Broadcast begins on March 1. Each story spans six 5-minute episodes (Koyuki's will last only five episodes), for a total of 29 episodes. BeeTV plans to release them three times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Amuro's theme song, "The Meaning of Us," is available on her new album "PAST < FUTURE" (on sale December 16).

Source: www.tokyograph.com
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Post time 17-12-2009 04:11 PM | Show all posts


Sanspo got an exclusive first look at the "shocking" new poster that is going to advertise Fuji TVs upcoming dorama "Naka nai to Kimeta Hi" starring actress Eikura Nana (21).

The new dorama tells the story of a young woman who enters a super first-class company as a new employee and ends up getting bullied by all of her co-workers and her cold-hearted superior played by Kimura Yoshino (33). The poster does a nice job of portraying the feeling of being cornered and struggling at the bottom thanks to all the teasing going on.

In the poster Eikura is caught between the legs of a couple of women who are all wearing high-heels and looks into the camera with an angry, fed-up expression. The actual shooting for the poster was just as harsh as the message it tries to portray. Eikura had to twist her body like that and wear the office uniform for a total of 40 minutes.

"It was really painful for me, but I think the hard work paid off and resulted in a fantastic picture." She commented satisfied. Youll be able to find this ad in several newspapers starting on the 24th.

"Naka nai to Kimeta Hi" will start on January 26 and air every Tuesday at 9pm.

Source: http://www.kawaii-joyuu.com/?p=4125
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Post time 19-12-2009 11:55 PM | Show all posts
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Post time 19-12-2009 11:55 PM | Show all posts
Oricon's "Top 10 interesting drama" of 2009

Oricon published today a ranking of the ten most interesting dramas aired in 2009, based on a survey conducted on 1000 people. This is the ranking:

10. Voice -Inochi naki mono no koe-
09. The Quiz Show
08. Ninkyo Helper
07. Meichan no shitsuji
06. Tokyo dogs
05. Mr.Brain
04. Buzzer Beat
03. Boss
03. Jin
01. Kyumei Byoto 24ji



Source: http://www.oricon.co.jp/entertai ... 2009/091216_01.html
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Post time 19-12-2009 11:56 PM | Show all posts
Remioromen sings "Angel Bank" theme
Wed, December 16, 2009 (3:49am EST)



The members of Remioromen have been together for nearly a decade, but next year they will finally do their first actual theme song for a television drama series. Their new tune "Kachou Fuugetsu" has been chosen as the theme of TV Asahi's "Angel Bank ~ Tenshoku Dairinin," which starts on January 14.

Remioromen has done a few movie theme songs and commercial tie-ins, but not yet a drama theme song. However, they grew popular in 2005 when "Konayuki" and "Sangatsu Kokonoka" ("3/9") were both used as insert songs in the hit drama "1 Litre of Tears."



Starring Kyoko Hasegawa (31), "Angel Bank" is based on the sequel to Norifusa Mita's "Dragon Zakura" manga, which was turned into a drama in 2005. Hasegawa is playing same character that she played in "Dragon Zakura," though the two stories are only loosely connected.

Remioromen's song "Kachou Fuugetsu" is scheduled to begin digital distribution on January 13. No CD release has been decided for it yet.

Source: www.tokyograph.com
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Post time 19-12-2009 11:57 PM | Show all posts
Suzuka Ohgo stars in "Fukusuke" drama special
Thu, December 17, 2009 (4:02am EST)



Young actress Suzuka Ohgo (16) will tackle her first true starring role in a Fuji TV drama special at the start of next year. Titled "Fukusuke," the drama is adapted from a manga by Shizuka Ito that was published in 2007.



Ohgo plays the part of Rumiko, whose parents are in divorce arbitration, fighting over custody of Rumiko and her younger brother Tatsuhiko (played by 9-year-old Takeru Shibuya). Their mother (Momoko Kikuchi) takes them to a mountain village where their grandfather (Takashi Sasano) lives. There, the two unhappy kids encounter a "god of fortune" called Fukusuke (Arashi Fukasawa).



Other cast members include Yoichi Nukumizu, Golgo Matsumoto, and Kotomi Kyono. The show will be broadcast on the afternoon of January 4, 2010.

Source: www.tokyograph.com
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Post time 19-12-2009 11:57 PM | Show all posts
Terawaki stars as detective in "853" series
Thu, December 17, 2009 (4:18am EST)



Now that Yasufumi Terawaki (47) has left the popular "Aibou" drama franchise, he will finally be a solo star in a television series of his own. It was confirmed that he will play the lead in TV Asahi's "853: Keiji Kamo Shinnosuke," scheduled to air Thursday nights at 8:00pm.

Set in Kyoto, Terawaki plays an old-fashioned but passionate police detective named Shinnosuke Kamo, who not only solves crimes but also attempts to fight the internal police bureaucracy. Other than his mobile phone, his character is said to use no digital items.

"853" will premiere on January 14.

Source: www.tokyograph.com
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Post time 19-12-2009 11:58 PM | Show all posts
Comedy skits turned into drama special "Warau Joyuu"
Fri, December 18, 2009 (1:14am EST)

On New Year's Day, NTV will broadcast a unique drama special called "Warau Joyuu." The show consists of three stories, each based on a popular conte (humorous story) by a comedy group. The stories will feature a popular actress along with the comedians themselves.



Karina (25) will star in Drunk Dragon's "Koroshita Kamoshirenai." It takes place in a luxury hotel, focusing on the relationship between a popular writer (Muga Tsukaji) and his secretary/lover (Karina).



Tokyo 03's "Kokuhaku" will be led by Ryoko Kuninaka (30). She plays Hitomi, who works at a high-class coastal inn. One day, she runs into three of her childhood friends, played by the members of Tokyo 03.



In Bananaman's "Aoi Tori," Yuka Itaya (34) has been cast as a career woman who has been loveless for the last three years. The story tells of her interactions with a colleague (Yuki Himura) and her ex-boyfriend (Osamu Shitara).

The special airs on January 1 at 11:55pm. After that, producer Masatoshi Kato will be looking to bring conte-to-drama adaptations to prime time.

Source: www.tokyograph.com
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Post time 20-12-2009 03:40 PM | Show all posts
Oricon's "Top 10 interesting drama" of 2009

Oricon published today a ranking of the ten most interesting dramas aired in 2009, based on a survey conducted on 1000 people. This is the ranking:

10. Voice -Inochi naki mono no koe-
09. The Quiz Show
08. Ninkyo Helper
07. Meichan no shitsuji
06. Tokyo dogs
05. Mr.Brain
04. Buzzer Beat
03. Boss
03. Jin
01. Kyumei Byoto 24ji



Source: http://www.oricon.co.jp/entertai ... 2009/091216_01.html
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Post time 23-12-2009 03:42 PM | Show all posts
flumpool does another "Bloody Monday" theme
Sun, December 20, 2009 (11:22pm EST)



Up-and-coming band flumpool has been chosen to do the theme song for the second season of the TBS drama series "Bloody Monday." This is their second tie-in with the series, as their song "Over the rain ~Hikari no Hashi~" was the theme for the first season in 2008.

The new theme song is titled "Zanzou," which will be released as a CD single on February 3. "Over the rain" was only a digital single, but it managed to achieve 1 million downloads.

TBS will premiere the second season of "Bloody Monday" on January 23.

Source: www.tokyograph.com
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Post time 23-12-2009 03:45 PM | Show all posts
"JIN" finale exceeds 25%
Mon, December 21, 2009 (2:10am EST)



The ratings are in for the popular TBS drama series "JIN." The show's final episode, which aired on Sunday night, averaged an impressive 25.3% in the Kanto region, setting the record for a television drama on a commercial network this year.

Before this, the highest rating for a drama on a commercial network was the first episode of "MR.BRAIN," which achieved 24.8% during its broadcast in May. However, despite breaking the 20% ratings mark with five of its episodes, "JIN" averaged just slightly over 19.0% in its complete 11-episode run, falling short of both "MR.BRAIN" (20.5%) and "Kyumei Byoto 24 Ji" (19.2%).



"JIN" was adapted from the Motoka Murakami manga of the same name and starred Takao Osawa (41). The show's cast also included actress Haruka Ayase (24), who co-starred with Takuya Kimura (37) in "MR.BRAIN."

Source: www.tokyograph.com
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