ANIME dia pun baru beransur (Nobunaga tue…) haiyaaa…
mamat Shun nie dia laa COnan dia la LUpin.. memang zaman dia laaa.. untuk karakter di atas nie aku wonder mana pergi mamat jadi Dororo aritue..??
mamat dodoro tuh lama tak nampak… Shun Oguri jarang ambiil watak utama selalu jadi second hero…
Nie Mystic lakon lagi…bila mamat nie berkerut..
NEKO ZAMURAI.. 2013 katanya
bak kata kawan aku.. kerana membawa baby sambil bergaduh dengan pedang adalah soooo yesterday.. kat mana nak cari ni crunchyroll xdop.. dramacool pun takdo.. macam menarik.. comel kucing nyeee..
Dorama Bon Appetit '' Gochisousan '' (2013) di Saluran Astro Quan Jia HD yang mengantikan Dorama My Husband is a Cartoonist '' Gegege no Nyobo '' (2010) pada 4/10/2014 yang lepas.
Bon Appetit '' Gochisousan ごちそうさん '' (2013)
Machiko Ono as Itoko Ohara, the heroine modeled after Ayako Koshino
Mari Natsuki as Itoko Ohara as an old woman
Akari Ninomiya as Itoko Ohara as a child, as well as Naoko Ohara as a child
Kaoru Kobayashi as Zensaku Ohara, her father
Yumi Asou as Chiyo Ohara, her mother
Akira Takarada as Seizaburō Matsuzaka, her grandfather (Chiyo's father)
Yukiyo Toake as Sadako Matsuzaka, her grandmother (Chiyo's mother)
Terue Shōji as Haru Ohara, her other grandmother (Zensaku's mother)
Miyu Yagyū as Shizuko Ohara, her younger sister
Tarō Suruga as Masaru Kawamoto, her husband
Chiharu Niiyama as Yūko Ohara, Itoko's eldest daughter
Fujiko Kojima as Rika Ohara, Yūko's daughter
Asami Kawasaki as Naoko Ohara, Itoko's second daughter
Misako Yasuda as Satoko Ohara, Itoko's third daughter
Chiaki Kuriyama as Natsu Yoshida, Itoko's childhood friend
Kyōko Enami as Natsu Yoshida as an old woman
Mari Hamada as Tamae Yasuoka, a neighborhood hairdresser
Takamasa Suga as Taizō Yasuoka, her eldest son
Hiroyuki Onoue as Kansuke Yasuoka, her second son and a childhood friend of Itoko
Maki Tamaru as Yaeko Yasuoka, Taizō's wife
Gō Ayano as Ryūichi Suo, a tailor from Nagasaki
Hosshan as Tatsuo Kitamura, a ready-to-wear merchant
Naomi Zaizen as Ryōko Negishi, who teaches Itoko how to sew Western-style dresses
Itsuji Itao as the owner of the Suematsu Fabric Store
Kōtarō Koizumi as Harutarō Nakamura, a kabuki actor
Tomoka Kurotani as Sae, a dancehall girl
Masahiro Kōmoto as Eisaku Kinomoto, a neighborhood electric appliance storekeeper
Shōzō Uesugi as Yasuo Kioka, a neighborhood shoe storekeeper
Shin'ya Tsukamoto as Takeshi Haraguchi, a teacher in Yūko's fashion design school
Meiji 44th year. Meiko is the daughter of Daigo, who owns a western restaurant in Tokyo. She loves to eat the omelette prepared by Daigo, and the nukaduke (pickles) prepared by her mother, Iku. Theirs is a warm, close knitted family, and Meiko's love for food grows with age. Even now, when she is in an all-girls' high school, her mind is filled with thoughts of food all the time. Due to that, Yutaro, the university student who is boarding at the Uno's home, scathingly calls Meiko, “a person with no charms whatsoever”. However, as Meiko changes from someone who loves to eat, to a person who loves to prepare food for others to eat, she starts to display an inner strength as foretold by her mother and her grandmother.
” To crave for food, is to have the will to live; the stronger the craving, the greater the will ” .
Those are the words that help to encourage Meiko and her loved ones as they go through all the trials and tribulations in their lives.
Tetsuko no Sodatekata 鉄子の育て方 (2014)
Title : 鉄子の育て方
Title (Romaji) : Tetsuko no sodate-kata
Title (Korean) : 테츠코의 육성법
Episode s: 12
Genre : Comedy
Network : Nagoya TV
Broadcast Period : 2014-Apr-07
Air time : Monday 24:20 – 24:50
Theme Song : ” Like You ♡ Anyway ” by Weather Girls
Casts : Kobayashi Ryoko, Yasuda Misako, Keisuke Soma, Rokkaku Seiji
The drama is based on the manga of the same name by Hiroshi Kawasumi (川隅 広志) .
Gomen ne Sheishun ! ごめんね青春! '' Sorry Youth ! '' (2014)
Heisuke Hara (Ryo Nishikido) works as a teacher at an all boys high school in Shizuoka Prefecture. 15 years ago he had an unfortunate accident which made his life go crazy. He has since become obsessed with his hometown and the school where he graduated from.
Due to declining enrollment at the all boys high school where Heisuke Hara works, the school plans to merge with an all girls high school next year. Prior to the merger of the schools, a culture festival is held for the students from the two schools. Heisuke Hara struggles to make the culture festival a success.
Drama : Saving My Stupid Youth (English title) / Sorry Youth! (literal title)
Romaji : Gomen ne Seishun!
Japanese : ごめんね青春!
Director : Daisuke Yamamuro, Fuminori Kaneko, Ryosuke Fukuda
Writer : Kankuro Kudo
Network : TBS
Release Date : October 12, 2014 —
Runtime : Sundays 21:00-21:54
Ryo Nishikido : Heisuke Hara
Hikari Mitsushima : Risa Hachiya
Kento Nagayama : Satoshi Tsutaya
Haru : Yuko Hachiya
Katsuhisa Namase : Daizaburo Sannomiya
Yuki Saito : Yoshie Yoshii
Maki Sakai : Mai Awashima
Yasuhito Hida : Kyoto Gotokuji
Miwako Shishido : Vice-Principal Hamaguchi
Morio Kazama : Heita Hara
Aiko Morishita : Miyuki Hara
Kazuki Enari : Ippei Hara
Shizuka Nakamura : Erena Hara
Natto Ueki : girl's bar mama
Dear Sister ディア・シスター (2014)
Misaki (Satomi Ishihara) and Hazuki (Nao Matsushita) are sisters. When they were younger, Misaki did not study well, but she had a charming personality which endeared her to others. Older sister Hazuki was meticulous, but she wasn't very good socially. Hazuki was also jealous of her younger sister, believing her mother only loved Misaki. After graduating from high school, Misaki left home and the family has not heard from her since.
Hazuki is now 29-years-old and works at a local government office. Her boyfriend works in the same office and they hope to marry soon. Suddenly, Misaki, who is now 27-years-old, appears in front of Hazuki and they begin to live together. Misaki has a secret that she can't tell anyone.
Drama : Dear Sister
Romaji : Dia Shisuta
Japanese : ディア・シスター
Director : Ryo Tanaka
Writer : Mayumi Nakatani
Network : Fuji TV
Release Date : October 16, 2014 —
Runtime : Thursdays 22:00-22:54
Satomi Ishihara : Misaki Fukazawa
Nao Matsushita : Hazuki Fukazawa
Takanori Iwata : Eito Sakuraba
Hiroyuki Hirayama : Yohei Hagiwara
Kanna Mori : Kazuko Sato
Yuta Hiraoka : Tatsuya Yoshimura
Megumi : Naoko Hirayasu
Seiichi Tanabe : Soichiro Sakuraba
Keiko Horiuchi : Kaori Uesugi
Nagisa Katahira : Nanae Fukazawa
Tamagawa Kuyakusho Of The Dead '' 玉川区役所 OF THE DEAD '' (2014)
Set in a place where zombie's existence are commonplace.
Shinsuke Akaba (Kento Hayashi) works in the special welfare division at the Tamagawa City Office. His job is to deal with zombies and catch zombies. His life is boring, but, one day, a pretty woman is assigned to work in the same division.
Drama : Tamagawa City Office of the Dead (literal title)
Romaji : Tamagawa Kuyakusho of the Dead
Japanese : 玉川区役所 OF THE DEAD
Director : Masahiko Kawahara, Izuru Kumasaka
Writer : Yuuka Arai, Yoshimasa Akamatsu
Network : TV Tokyo
Release Date : October 3, 2014 —
Runtime : Fridays 24:12
Kento Hayashi : Shinsuke Akaba
Alice Hirose : Rin Tachibana
Nobuaki Kaneko : Kenji Koda
Tsutomu Takahashi : Tsuyoshi Ookawa
Jin Katagiri : Kei Tanokura
Kanji Furutachi : Junichiro Oomori
Ellie Toyota : Nagisa Ono
Shingo Mizusawa : Susumu Torikoshi
Tomoko Tabata : Miwa Sasaki
Koen Kondo : Naohiro Sasaki
Masako Chiba : Midori Akaba
Kazuyuki Matsuzawa : Shinichi Akaba
Aoba Kawai : Shoko Machida
Yukino Kishii : Rui Satsukawa
Doctor X ~ Gekai Daimon Michiko [Season 3] (2014)
Broadcast period : 2014-Oct-09 Start
Air time : Thursday 21:00
Daimon Michiko is a freelance surgeon who does not belong to a university hospital’s medical department. She goes around various hospitals while affiliated with Kanbara Akira’s shady Good Doctors Agency. One day, Michiko is visiting a southern island when she encounters passengers who were injured in a luxury liner accident. One of them is Busujima Ryunosuke, the former hospital director of Teito Medical University’s Third Hospital, which she was sent to at one time. Michiko quickly attends to Busujima. That is when she notices something abnormal. Busujima is later admitted to the National Higher Medical Care Centre, a technologically advanced hospital which the country has staked its prestige on in order to show Japan’s medical technology to the world. He has a huge heart tumour as well as a ruptured hepatocellular carcinoma. There is a big upheaval regarding this surgery at a preoperative conference because a futile power struggle between the factions of Totei University Hospital and Saikyo University Hospital, which represent Japan’s east and west, is intensifying at the centre. This struggle for supremacy has reached the point that it makes even Tendo Yoshihito, the director of the centre, fret. The two factions naturally fight to be in charge of Busujima’s surgery and will not give an inch. Michiko suddenly shows up at this savage conference and boldly declares, “Let me operate. He’s my patient.” However, she gets thrown out unceremoniously. Right after that, the situation undergoes a complete change. The men of both factions hire Michiko and contemplate how to tip the power play in their favour. In the end, Michiko is employed as Busujima’s attending physician. But of all things, the man himself is dead set against being operated by her … … Following her own conviction to save the lives before her and to keep doing this as long as she lives, Michiko pushes on and starts to shake things up again.
Yonekura Ryoko as Daimon Michiko, doctor (38)
Endo Kenichi as Ebina Takashi (51)
Uchida Yuki as Jonouchi Hiromi (35)
Katsumura Masanobu as Kaji Hideki (50)
Watanabe Ikkei as Kato Mineji (51)
Makita Sports as Futaba Kenji (45)
Takahashi Kazuya as Ashigara Shintaro (39)
Kinoshita Takayuki as Achi Shozo (42)
Naito Risa as Sekigahara Tomoko (26)
Shonozaki Ken as Ikawa Masumi (29)
Matsushima Hana as Hashiguchi Aya (25)
Nakao Akira as Kurobe Tetsuya
Ibu Masato as Dangozaki Noboru (58)
Takahata Junko as Shiraki Junko (55)
Kishibe Ittoku as Kanbara Akira (67)
Kitaoji Kinya as Tendo Yoshihito (68)
Nishida Toshiyuki as Hiruma Shigekatsu (63)
Furuya Ikko as Hachiya Shuzo (69)
Ito Shiro as Busujima Ryunosuke (70)
Who is the target audience of Japanese Asadoras ?
The primary target audience for asadora is women. All the series have featured a woman character in the main role.
There are two types of asadora stories :-
# Historical : Depicts the life of one woman, from her childhood to old age.
# Contemporary : Depicts the life of a young woman in contemporary times.
Amachan, which ended in September was of the contemporary type (the story timeline started in 2008 I think, and ended in 2012). The current series Gochisousan is of the historical/one woman's life story type. It starts in the late Meiji period, around 1910 or so, when the heroine is a little girl, but the main part of the story starts in 1922, when the heroine is 17. The first episode shows a brief scene of the heroine in 1945, serving food to kids in the middle of a bombed out city, so the series will at least go to that period most likely.
Asadora (朝ドラ) is a slang term meaning ' morning drama ' . The formal name given to these daily 15 minute dramas aired by the NHK is 連続テレビ小説 – renzoku terebi shousetsu – serialized television novels. They have been broadcast since 1958. For the past few years at least, they have been produced alternately by NHK's Tokyo studio and their Osaka studio, with 2 6 month long series airing per year. (The one that ended in September, Amachan, was produced by NHK Tokyo; the current one, Gochisousan, is produced by NHK Osaka.) A few series in the past have been year-long ones, such as the famous Oshin.
While they only used to be aired in the mornings after the news (hence the moniker asadora), nowadays you can catch several rebroadcasts throughout the day, on both regular NHK1 and the NHK BS (satellite) Premium channel, plus all 6 episodes for the week are shown as an omnibus on Sundays. And for the past 1-2 years or something people can watch them online via video on demand.
Women are the main target audience, but that doesn't mean that they don't appeal to men, unless you're the type of male who finds any story starring a woman to be beneath you or something. They are usually very well written, have great costumes, sets and locales that are pretty historically accurate, and have top notch casts. Amachan in particular had an all-star cast of well known actresses in supporting roles. My stepfather loves them – before he retired last year, he always used to time his mornings precisely so that he could catch the 7:30 am showing before leaving for work.
Most women protagonists of asadora are very strong characters; many have careers outside the home.The heroines of some recent asadora include :
# Umechan Sensei : a female medical doctor in Tokyo during the postwar period
# Carnation : Based on the real life story of Ayako Koshino, a fashion designer and the mother of the Koshino sisters, who are all also fashion designers (Junko, Michiko, HIroko)
# Jun to Ai : a woman who makes a career in the hotel business
# Ohisama : a teacher during the pre-war to postwar periods
The contemporary-setting dramas tend to star young girls who aren't necessarily that focused (e.g. Aki in Amachan) but they usually have very strong female role models, such as Aki's grandmother Natsuko (played by the great Nobuko Miyamoto, best known internationally for the movies Tampopo and A Taxing Woman) who is a 60 plus year old ama, or female diver who harvests sea urchins for a living.
Snagging the main role in an asadora can be a great career booster too. The role typically goes to a new actress, but it occasionally goes to one with an already established career, such as the actress who plays the lead in Gochisousan, Anne (aka Anne Watanabe).
Ratings for asadora are typically in the 15% range, but Amachan was a big hit that reached 27% ratings at least once and averaged around 20%. Gochisousan is also very popular so far, already surpassing the 27% + rating achieved by Amachan and also averaging over 20%.
Sources : http://www.quora.com/
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