The story stars a photographer. As a foodie, his life work is to capture the techniques of Washoku chefs and the beauty of foodstuffs.
His pictures feature the artistry of Washoku chefs turning colorful ingredients into beautiful cuisine in the tranquil kitchen setting. To him, capturing the craftsmanship is like shooting a passionate dancer.
His favorite food is eel. On his days off, he likes to visit various restaurants.
Scenes progress, while he eats eels and explains his obsession and knowledge of the delicacy.
One day, he was at his favorite eel restaurant when the chef came up happily to talk to him. With the head chef finally going independent, he advised the mistress to make the chef take his position as the head chef.A commotion breaks out.
Ranked number one overall by many e-bookstores! The school psycho/love comedy, “Homeroom”
Yuki Yamada, who is currently starring in two productions, takes on the role of the perverted stalker teacher!
At the same time, Yuki Yamada stars in the drama, “Sedai Wars.”
Since serialization began on Kodansha’s web comic site, Comic DAYS, it has rocketed to number one in sales, eliciting intense comments like, “The characters are way too dangerous…” and “The plot is so unpredictable...”
The hair-raising love comedy about a school psycho which topped the charts at many streaming bookstores is now a live-action series!
The story’s hero is the refreshingly handsome teacher, Rintaro Aida. He’s hugely popular among the academy coeds who have nicknamed him, “Love-rin.” In the class where Aida is the homeroom teacher, Sachiko Sakurai is the victim of daily malicious shenanigans…
Aida Sensei has a strong sense of justice and he kindly reaches out to Sachiko each time this happens. To Sachiko, Sensei is the ideal “hero” and she forms warm feelings for him.
However, Aida Sensei is so popular with everyone harbors a terrible secret…! In fact, the perpetrator who has been tormenting Sachiko is Aida Sensei himself!
Loving Sachiko so much, wanting to become her one and only hero, Aida Sensei repeatedly torments Sachiko, so that he can rescue her. Is this uncontrollable love, true love?! The shocking school psycho love story starts here!
The first of its kind in Japan let alone the world, a public high school specializing in nighttime entertainment, “Toritsu Mizushogyo High School,” (Nighttime Entertainment Public High School) is now open for business!Become a hostess, work in the sex industry, become a manager, a host or work at a gay bar...
All types of classes are offered ensuring that the future of nighttime entertainment will be alive and well.The popular novel and manga “Toritsu Mizusho!” While maintaining the concept of the original story, fresh stories and characters have been added to create a new type of school-life drama!
This drama series, starring Mone Kamishiraishi, is the adaptation of a comic book about an introverted girl who adores good food. The story is set in an old residential area in downtown Tokyo.
Ayako Yamada, or Bun, is an 18 year-old who just entered university and started living by herself. Actually, she is living together with a rabbit-like talking stuffed animal called Hokusai.
Bun tends to shy away from people and likes to live in her own imagination. She is most interested in cooking, and no matter how short of money and time she is, she always makes the effort to cook and eat well. Her cuisine maintains a good balance of vegetables, proteins, carbohydrates, and is often made as a single dish for convenience.
Bun comes up with unique self-made recipes and cooks good meals with Hokusai. Problems arise in her life, but she is happy as long as she has good food and Hokusai by her side.
The original series was a youthful comedy, “Oh, Boy! We Really Are Sailing!” which featured two female college students who aspired to become sea navigators. In this 2nd Season, the girls have completed their sea training and graduated from college, and the focus is on their journey as they take their first steps as sailors.
In addition, this production weaves stories of real crew members into the storyline such as their “astounding experiences” on the high seas as well as back on land; stories that beckon you to the thrilling world of “mariners” (ship navigators/engineers) whose existence is crucial to life in Japan.
The drama “Prison School” is set in a draconian boarding-style girl’s academy- turned- coed. It centers around five boys including Kiyoshi the main character who, for the infraction of trying to peek into the girls’ bath, are caught by the “Secret Student Council” headed by three girls, and are locked up in a prison on the school grounds. With their youth at stake, the boys set out to free themselves. This drama is often silly with the boyish appeal of adolescence and is sure to have you in stitches, but it will also touch your heart.
“My Neighbor Seki” is a comedy drama set in the silent, closed environs of the classroom. The primary character is Seki, who sits at the back of the classroom, amusing himself without listening to the teacher. The other character is Yokoi, the girl who sits next to Seki and becomes so engrossed with his antics, that she is unable to concentrate in class. We can't help but smile at their growing relationship in this surreal comedy drama.
Award-Winning New Technique Combining "Scripted" and "Non-Scripted"
Visit more than 20 Internationally Acclaimed Architectural Masterpieces
Haruno Fuji (26), an office worker who dreams of opening a café, meets Chiaki Uekusa (55),an architectural modeler who enjoys touring nostalgic buildings, on social media. As they tour famous locations, Fuji becomes intrigued by Chiaki's unusual values, ways of perceiving life, and perspectives. This is the story of one woman's growth through repeated setbacks and struggles.
The people guiding Fuji and Chiaki through the famous buildings are real experts, and conversations with these guides are filmed unscripted.
Let's visit more than 20 famous Japanese buildings in Tokyo, Yokohama, and Osaka, and enjoy lunch with them! This drama recieved one of the most prestigious awards in Japan.