This story is about a businessman who goes on a business trip in other regions, not only buying a train meal, but also finding delicious food and drinks unique to the region to take out after work.
He partakes in the food on the bullet train as he goes home, sharing it on social media in this food drama series.
For the people who love traveling the world, pubs, alcohol, and food, we present to you the infinitely expansive world of food again.
“First Kiss Ladies” is a show about 6 women who want to overwrite their first kiss.
They will live under the same roof with Ren and try to capture his heart. The one who manages to do so gets to replace her first kiss. A mockumentary presents fiction as a documentary. As cast members improvise their conversations, real confrontations arise. Are the adlib words and behaviors mere acting, or straight from the heart?
“First Kiss Ladies” will be featured as a streaming content beginning in part 2 of Gen-Z drama “First Kiss Boys” set to air/stream on August 6. Don’t miss this unique crossover of 2 dramas!
Throughout Japan, there are many delicious foods and drinks full of originality.The shinkansen seat table becomes a personal izakaya (Japanese-style pub) with infinite possibilities!
COVID-19 has made many menu items from famous restaurants available for takeout.Now comes a totally new kind of gourmet drama series full of information viewers want to know!
A company employee returning from business trips to various regions of the country finds takeout train station box meals and delicious foods and drinks for his shinkansen train ride home.He shares his experiences on social media as he enjoys his food.
It is a drama series that brings the infinitely expanding world of food to people everywhere who love travel, love izakaya,
and who love to eat and drink.
A character-based thriller set in the world of elite professional football
- without any actual football. A blue-collar family drama with heart and
soul, intertwined with a conspiracy around the deals, double-crosses and
corruption that take place in this multi-billion dollar global business.
This is THE WINDOW.
Told through an ensemble cast, the series eschews the on-field action, choosing
instead to explore the rich, dark circus surrounding the sport the world loves and
loathes. Lifting the lid not only on the mindsets of players but also the complex
psychologies and motivations of agents, administrators, governing bodies,
broadcasters and journalists in the cut-throat ecosystem of world football.
The series begins at the end of the English Super League (ESL) season.
The champions have been crowned. The relegated teams drop down a
division. And of course, the Transfer Window opens.
Across ten episodes THE WINDOW charts one summer in the life of Jordan
Burdett, a humble 17-year-old Wunderkind with a golden touch who has
gate-crashed Liverpool-based Merseyside Athletic’s first team. Twelve goals
in eight games have put him in a position where the world is at his feet.
Wrestling for control of Jordan’s destiny is Kieran Burdett, his street-smart
big brother, and Romulus Daglis, a waning big-time agent with a dark
heart, working for Sceptre Sports Agency. What starts out as a tug of war
over a young lad’s first professional contract becomes entwined with a
bigger, darker story that threatens the soul of the beautiful game itself.
Two girls of thirtysomething, Miharu and Hana, were living in different urban cities spending dull days. Tired of such lives and hoping to rebuild their lives, they come up with the idea of moving to countryside and live together. They put it into practice but with no specific plans. The destination they picked up was “Shirakawa-Go”, which is famous area for its natural heritage sites in Gifu prefecture! …but by mistake, they arrive in a very small town which faces the declining population problem, named “Shirawaka-cho”. Though it’s not a famous city, there’s beautiful scenery of nature with mountain, river, paddy field and tea plantations. Miharu and Hana are moved by that beauty and they determine to settle down there by first sight. Now their new life starts, but gradually they come to find that living in rural is not only fun thing; there’re specific rules they can’t understand with urban common sense and it makes them shocked. However, they get into the life with people there, attracted deeply by its charm…
Dramatization based on the novel “RIKUOH” by Jun Ikeido. Koichi Miyazawa is the CEO of the longstanding company which manufacture tabi(traditional Japanese socks). Due to a decrease of demand for tabi thesedays, the Company, Kohazeya, has fallen upon hard times. For the company's survival, Miyazawa strikes upon the idea of creating a new type of running shoe that utilizes “tabi” making techniques to make the user feel as if running in bare feet. But the road ahead for a cash-strapped local company with a small staff is steep, and Miyazawa runs into continuous roadblocks only to be saved time and time again by those around him. Will he succeed in launching his running shoe and saving his company? Follow Miyazawa in this uplifting tale of economic revitalization.
이케이도 준 원작의『육왕』의 드라마화. 전통 타비(일본 버선)업체「고하제야」의 4대째 사장 미야자와 코이치는 해마다 줄어드는 타비의 수요로 자금난에 고민하며 하루하루를 보낸다. 신규사업없이는 앞으로 회사의 존속자체가 위태로울것이라는 위기감에 신규사업참가를 검토하기 시작한다. 그 사업은 타비제조로 지금까지 쌓아온 기술을 살려“맨발감각”을 추구한 런닝슈즈의 개발이었다.
하지만, 종업원 수도 적은 지방영세기업에 있어 그것은 고난의 길이었다. 몇번이나 좌절하는 미야자와였지만 그때마다 주변의 도움을 받는다. 과연 런닝슈즈의 개발은 성공할 것인가? 거기에「고바세야」의 미래가 있을까!? 감동의 기업회생스토리.
Taro Miura, due to various conflicts, now makes his living by collecting garbage from companies. One day, Taro witnesses his ex-wife, Junko with a man he does not know. Taro ends up going back to the house he used to live in, which is the house currently resided by his ex-wife, the daughters Natsuha and Fuyuka. Taro shows his concerns about Junko’s new marriage at every opportunity. His behavior gradually escalates and he starts to intrude Natsuha and Fuyuka’s lives. Where is this “family” leading to?
'Megumi Kanbayashi has been a freelance writer for five years. As a just-turned-30 single woman, she is beginning to feel the pangs of marriage anxiety. One day, Megumi’s editor brings her an idea for a series to be offered on the internet. It’s a novel premise - advertise for a single male looking for a relationship; then he picks a restaurant for a blind date during which “he woos her over a meal.” Megumi loves the idea of a free, delicious meal and seizes the opportunity. And so begins the search for candidates for “Wine, Dine and Woo Me” column series! Here is a delightful comedy-cum-food show which follows Megumi on various dinner dates as she searches for love and the ideal mate. Actual restaurants in Tokyo are featured in every episode and the latest news about them are posted on the series’ Website.
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.
Award-Winning Drama about Unknown Kyoto
This is a drama that allows you to enjoy Kyoto's restaurants that are not on tourist guides and that only Kyoto residents know about. Kana, a Tokyo resident, happens to stay in Kyoto for a short period of time. Kana visits real stores day after day and discovers the charms of Kyoto through conversations with store clerks. All parts of her interactions with shopkeepers were filmed using ad-libs. This popular drama has been highly acclaimed for its technique of blending scripted segment and non-scripted segment.
●Won the Grand Prix at the 8th ATP Kamigata Program Awards
●Won the 57th Galaxy Honors for programs recommended
●First place in the Japanese film category on the Chinese Douban website for 2020