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Festival 2011/Japanese Dramas
The Grand Prix
(Series Drama)
JOB-HOPPER BUYS A HOUSE
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FUJI TELEVISION LTD.
KYODO TELEVISION LTD.

October 19 - December 21, 2010
54 min x 10 episodes
(Episode 1 : 69 min
Episode 2-9 : 54min
Episode 10 : 74min)
Hiro Arikawa 
"JOB-HOPPER BUYS A HOUSE"
(Gentosya)
Madoka Takiyama
Ayako Mizuno
Fumi Hashimoto
Keita Kono
Hidenori Joho
Atsuko Hashibe
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Kazunari Ninomiya
Karina
Haruka Igawa
Ryuhei Maruyama
Kohei Otomo
Machiko Washio
Ryoko Sakaguchi
Naoto Takenaka
Atsuko Asano
JOB-HOPPER BUYS A HOUSE
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Seiji Take (Kazunari Ninomiya) joins an electrical appliances manufacturer as a graduate but quits only after three months thinking that there must be other places where he can prove his ability. His father, Seiichi (Naoto Takenaka), is furious that he quit without talking to anyone, and since then, Seiji and Seiichi, who have worked all his working life as an accountant in a general trading company, have nothing but arguments. A stay-at-home mother, Sumiko (Atsuko Asano), tries to somehow mend the relationships between the two. Seiji starts looking for work, naively thinking he can get a job anytime if he becomes serious about it, but he keeps failing in interviews and continues doing part-time jobs for pocket money. After a year or so, Seiji gives up job hunting and becomes a withdrawn “freeter” (perpetual part-time jobber). Then one day, Sumiko falls ill with depression. Seiji is shocked to see Sumiko rocking herself in the dark kitchen, muttering "I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I couldn't die again today." Seiji, along with Ayako, his older sister who is married to a medical practitioner, takes Sumiko to a psychiatrist. The doctor recommends removing all sources of her stress. Seiji believes his mother became depressed because he disappointed her, so he starts working part-time at Ooetsu Construction. There he meets Manami Chiba (Karina) of the same age, who is an employee of a leading general construction company. Seiji feels even more miserable comparing himself to her, who works inspiringly as a full-time employee with a dream to become an architect to design bridges. He also realizes the major presence of his mother who used to encourage him that it's always possible to have a new start, and promises himself that he will work and take care of her. Seiichi, on the other hand, shows no understanding of her depression. When Seiji finds out that Seiichi's careless remark started the bullying by her neighbors that caused Sumiko’s depression, he sets himself a target to buy a new house and move in to cure his mother's illness. Seiji gradually learns the value of working through relationships with his work colleagues including Ooetsu (Kohei Otomo), the president of Ooetsu Construction, and Manami (Karina) and their encouragement. As he gradually matures as a member of society, he comes face-to-face with his family and himself, overcomes Sumiko's depression and the discord with Seiichi bit by bit and starts saving to buy a new house for Sumiko in the end, however…
Best Drama
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Second Virgin
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NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corp.)
Octover 12 - December 14, 2010
48min×10episodes

Fumitaka Tamura
Hiroshi Kurosaki
Tsuyoshi Yanagawa
Shizuka Oishi
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Kyoka Suzuki
Hiroki Hasegawa
Kyoko Fukada
Yasunori Danda
Mitsuko Kusabue
YOU
Akira Fuse
Gou Ayano
Maki Tamaru
Akira Takarada
Second Virgin
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She never thought she would be in love again. A career woman in her forties falls in love with a married man, 17-years younger. The love story portrays a bold and perilous adult romance. Rui Nakamura (Kyoka Suzuki) is a successful editor at a publishing company, who produces best selling books one after another with her uncompromising work ethic. She comes across Kou Suzuki (Hiroki Hasegawa), a 17-years younger high-flying Financial Services Agency official at a wine tasting. She becomes interested in him as he enthusiastically talks about restructuring the Japanese financial market, and she starts working to publish his book. As Rui predicted, Kou becomes the darling of the times. Kou is married to Marie (Kyoko Fukada), the daughter of a wealthy family, but she is naive and only interested in having a baby. As boredom has crept into their married life, Kou becomes attracted to Rui, but Rui is unsure. She has sealed off any romance after her marriage failed, and finds it difficult to overcome the barrier as a second virgin. But when they meet in Singapore by chance, they finally get together, and their passion for each other flares up. However, their happiness does not last long as Marie learns of their relationship and puts up a fierce counterattack. Rui and Kou become pulled into a vortex of fate that cannot be resisted.
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Q10
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Nippon Television Network Corporation
October 16 - December 11, 2010
9 episodes
Hidehiro Kawano
Shunsuke Kariyama
Izumi Kizara
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Takeru Sato
Atsuko Maeda
Yuji Tanaka (BAKUSHOMONDAI)
Hiroko Yakushimaru
Q10
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Heita Fukai (Takeru Sato) is a third-year high school student. One day he finds a girl (Atsuko Maeda) sleeping in an empty science prep room. When Heita touches her, the girl suddenly wakes up.
In fact, she is the girl whom the headmaster, Michiro Kishimoto (Takehiko Ono), came across the night before in a trash can downtown. The headmaster, being heavily drunk, brought the girl home. Upon realizing that she was not breathing the following morning, he asked Heita's homeroom teacher, Otozure Ogawa (Yuji Tanaka) to help him hide her. Although the girl looks every inch a human, Kuriko Yanagi (Hiroko Yakushimaru), an engineering professor, notices that the girl is actually a robot. There must be a secret. Fearing a scandal, Kishimoto makes a proposal. "This is our secret, just among the four of us..." Heita ends up looking after the robot at school. Meanwhile, he witnesses a student sneaking into the office and hacking at the headmaster’s chair with a knife....
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JIN
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TBS Television Inc.
April 17 – June 26, 2011
54 min × 11 episodes
(Episode 1 : 123 min
Episode 2, 4 : 59 min
Episode 10 : 64 min
Episode 11 : 108 min)
"JIN" Motoka Murakami
(Shueisha,Inc.)
Akihiko Ishimaru
Yoshihiko Nakai
Yuichiro Hirakawa
Daisuke Yamamuro
Atsushi Nasuda
Yoshiko Morishita
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Takao Osawa as Jin Minakata
Haruka Ayase as Saki Tachibana
Miki Nakatani (guest appearance)
as Miki Tomonaga and Nokaze (dual role)
Masaaki Uchino as Ryoma Sakamoto

Keisuke Koide as Kyotaro Tachibana
Kenta Kiritani as Yusuke Saburi
Hiromasa Taguchi as Junan Yamada
Jiro Sato as Genko Fukuda

Yumi Aso as Ei Tachibana
Fumiyo Kohinata as Kaishu Katsu
JIN
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It has been two years since the neurosurgeon Jin Minakata time slipped 150 years to the Edo period.
Ryoma Sakamoto asks Jin to examine Shouzan Sakuma, who is in a critical state after being attacked by the Shinsengumi. At first, Jin is reluctant because curing Shouzan who is an important historical figure, would change the course of history, but in the end he agrees. After regaining consciousness, Shouzan tells Jin that he too has time slipped before. He tells Jin to continue saving people even if it means changing the course of history. Soon after, the entire town is set on fire, and many people including Shouzan do not make it.
With the help of Saki Tachibana and the other members of the Jinyudo, Jin continues to save people’s lives including the life of historical figure, Takamori Saigo. After a strange experience with a little girl named Ohatsu who Jin thinks is his ancestor, he decides to take on the challenge of amending history. He and members of Jinyudo find a way of turning penicillin into powder. He also helps Nokaze, a woman believed to be his present-day girlfriend’s ancestor, give birth. Worried about Ryoma who will be killed in the “Ryoma Sakamoto Assassination” after the Meiji Restoration, Jin travels to Kyoto to save him.
Will Jin be able to save Ryoma? Will Jin ever return to the present? Why did he time slip in the first place?
All the mystery will be solved in this series.
(Series Drama)
Love Strikes ! - The Series
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"Love Strikes! - The Series"
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TV TOKYO
Office Crescendo
July 16 - October 01, 2010
29 min x 12 episodes

Mitsurou Kubo “Love Strikes!
Evening KC(Kodansha)
Shinji Okabe (TV TOKYO)
Masashi Abe (TV TOKYO)
Ryuji Ichiyama (Office Cresendo)
Hitoshi One
Hitoshi One
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Mirai Moriyama
Maho Nonami
Hikari Mitsushima
Rio Matsumoto
Rinko Kikuchi
Hirofumi Arai
Lily Franky
Mayumi Hori
Kenta Hamano
Den Den
Love Strikes! - The Series
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One day, Fujimoto(Mirai Moriyama), a 29 year old temp worker who has never had any luck with women suddenly receives a surge of calls and emails all at once from beautiful women connected to his past. That’s right, he’s finally hit popularity, something which comes only three times in a lifetime for everyone! Feeling elated, Fujimoto decides to meet them(4 different types of women!) one after the other…or so the story goes.

He finds himself confused about how to deal with this new experience of having a “MOTEKI" (a period when one is very popular and attractive to others).       
The Grand Prix
(Single Drama)
99 Years of Love ~JAPANESE AMERICANS~
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TBS Television Inc.
November 3 - 7, 2010
Episode 1・2×133 min
Episode 3 × 118 min,
Episode 4・5×148 min
Katsuaki Setoguchi
Katsuo Fukuzawa
Sugako Hashida
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Tsuyoshi Kusanagi
Yukie Nakama
Kenichi Matsuyama
Saki Terashima
Umika Kawashima
Kiichi Nakai
Pinko Izumi
Kaoru Yachigusa
Tsunehiko Kamijou
Keiko Kishi
99年の愛 ~JAPANESE AMERICANS~
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To mark the 60th anniversary of the start of TBS, an epic human drama was broadcast over five consecutive nights starting on November 3, 2010. The screenwriter, Sugako Hashida, explores the pride, courage and love of the Japanese people as she portrays the spirit of the Japanese Americans across generations to date and the change over the ninety-nine years, as her last work on her lifelong theme of war and peace. Ninety-nine years ago, Chokichi (Tsuyoshi Kusanagi) was born as the second son to an impoverished farming family. In order to help the household, he decides to immigrate to the U.S. and boards a ship to America at the age of 19 with joyful excitement. He reaches the U.S. after a month-long voyage, only to be faced with an anti-Japanese movement because 'the Japanese work too hard'. There is no farm work for Chokichi and he feels the frustration in his early days in the U.S. However, with an indomitable will, he keeps working desperately hard as a seasonal worker moving from one farm to another, with all his belongings wrapped in a single blanket as he believes he will not be betrayed by his own sweat.
The time passes, and Chokichi (Kiichi Nakai) and his wife Tomo (Pinko Izumi) finally own their farm as a result of their hard labor. They also have four children. Though not wealthy, it is like a paradise for them which they could not have achieved in Japan.
Their eldest son, Ichiro (double role by Tsuyoshi Kusanagi) is 18 when discrimination against the Japanese worsens amidst the deteriorating U.S.-Japan relationship. Ichiro is studying at college but has no friends because of the discrimination. During such time he falls in love with Shinobu (Yukie Nakama), a daughter of a consulate employee. Beautiful Shinobu is welcomed by Ichiro's family, and Ichiro's younger brother, Jiro(Kenichi Matsuyama), also feels a faint yearning for Shinobu. The time, however, takes an alarming turn and war breaks out between Japan and the U.S., turning the family’s life upside down. Chokichi is arrested by the FBI and sent to a detention center, while Ichiro, Shinobu, Tomo and Jiro are sent to a camp for Japanese Americans. As the war worsens, Ichiro takes an oath to the U.S. to earn the trust for his family, and is deployed to the European front as an American soldier. Ichiro's younger sister, Shizu (Saki Terashima), is sent back to Japan and suffers in the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. Sachi (Umika Kawashima) endures the Battle of Okinawa.
The family's fate epitomises the history of Japanese Americans whose lives were at the mercy of the war. However, they were never crushed by any adversity. The portrayal of the courageous and robust Japanese Americans makes this story of ninety-nine years which stretches across the generations to date, stirring with Japanese pride, hidden strength and courage.
Best Drama
(Single Drama)
Good-bye, our kindergarten.
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Network Corporation
AX-ON

March 30, 2011
21:00 - 23:09
approx. 106 min
Yuji Sakamoto
Nobuo Mizuta
Hisashi Tsugiya
Yoshiki Tanaka
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Mana Ashida / Hikari Mitsushima
Tomoya Hashimoto Ruiki Sato Ryouka Ihara Hiroyuki Kuroda Miyu Honda
Ittoku Kishibe / Ayumi Ishida
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Good-bye, our kindergarten.
Outline
It all started in 2010 during the production of serial drama "Mother," when screenwriter Yuji Sakamoto began scheming: Can we create a realistic drama through the eyes of children by casting Mana Ashida as the main character? With her, we can anticipate a new drama we have never experienced before.
Mr. Sakamoto spins out a story about five children suddenly disappearing from their preschool located in the city center. The children, having some purpose of their own, head towards their destination without any notice to the adults. The children promise each other that they would never cry no matter what.
The drama portrays the fresh sensitivity of children in this complicated modern society with tenderness and vigor. The story contains an important theme: Should we re-examine the current social system and values that are created solely for the benefit of adults? Didn’t we also see the world just like these children in our childhood? The drama poses these issues to the viewers.
The “Mother” team reassembled to create this powerful drama.
(Single Drama)
The Last Revenge
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Toei Studios Kyoto

February 26, 2011
(21:00 - 23:21)
141min
Akira Yoshimura "The Last Revenge"
printed in "Katakiuchi"
(Shinchosha Publishing Co., Ltd.)
Yoshiyuki Tanaka (TV Asahi Corp.)
Atsushi Sugai (HoriPro Inc.)
Yuuya Nishi (TV Asahi Corp.)
Yuji Kajino (HoriPro Inc.)
Tetsuya Maki (HoriPro Inc.)
Takashi Minamoto
Noriko Goto
Takashi Minamoto
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Tatsuya Fujiwara
Nao Matsushita
Yukiyoshi Ozawa
Hidetaka Yoshioka
Kinya Kitaohji
The Last Revenge
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An incident occurs at the end of the Tokugawa shogunate in a small clan of Akizuki in Kyushu. Watari Usui, a consul who advocates opening up and modernizing the country, and his wife, Sei have been brutally murdered by someone from an anti-foreigner faction. Watari's son, Rokuro (Tatsuya Fujiwara), vows revenge by his parents’ bodies, but the time changes to the Meiji period when revenge killings are banned by the government as it aims to build a law-abiding country. As a result, the revenge killing, which has been one of the virtues of the samurai for 700 years, is reduced to a mere murder. Yet Rokuro continues with his training under the guidance of a master swordsman, Tesshu Yamaoka (Kinya Kitaohji), and with the support of Naka (Nao Matsushita), a maid at the Usui's residence, he finally kills Naohisa Ichinose (Yukiyoshi Ozawa) to avenge his father after thirteen years' trials and tribulations. Public opinion divides over whether this is a "revenge of honor" or a "murder crime to be condemned". Moreover, the murdered Ichinose was a judge. As the investigation continues, the judge presiding over the case, Masatsugu Nakae), becomes torn between the "ideal of law" and "heart of the warrior". What would be the verdict for Rokuro, and what is it that Rokuro sees in his last moment?
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His Fight Against Despair
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Telepack

September 25 - 26, 2010
96 min x 2 episodes

"His Fight Against Despair
Hiroshi Motomura's
3300days" by Ryusho Kadota
Makiko Okano
Mitsuhiko Hishida
Jun Kurosawa
Kan Ishibashi
Yasuo Hasegawa
Masahiro Yoshimoto
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Yosuke Eguchi
Hidekazu Mashima
Mimura
Tae Kimura
Yukiyoshi Ozawa
B-saku Sato
Yoshie Ichige
Akira Emoto
(special appearence)
Mitsuko Kusabue
Katsumi Takahashi
His Fight Against Despair
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No matter how deep the despair, people help each other to rebuild their strength. A young man’s beloved family is violently taken away. This helpless man creates a miracle when he fights against the powerful barriers of the Justice system. Together with a solitary journalist they reveal a heart-felt human drama.

This is a fictional drama based on journalist Ryusho Kadota’s novel “His Fight Against Despair Hiroshi Motomura’s 3300 days”. Kadota wrote the novel while covering the brutal murder of a mother & child in Hikari-shi in 1999, who were senselessly killed by an 18 year-old boy. The surviving husband/father is tormented by his deep regret for failing to protect his family. The Justice system and juvenile law go easy on the criminals but often neglect the victims’ families. Compelled by this disconnect, the grieving man and a journalist fearlessly take on the bureaucracy. The story shows their courage and their life changing true friendship and how his eternal love for his family succeeds in bringing changes to the Justice system.

Directed by the critically acclaimed Kan Ishibashi featuring talented Yosuke Eguchi, this masterpiece celebrates humanity making an impact on the modern Japanese society.
Asia Award
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April 17 – June 26, 2011
54 min × 11 episodes
(Episode 1 : 123 min
Episode 2, 4 : 59 min
Episode 10 : 64 min
Episode 11 : 108 min)
"JIN" Motoka Murakami
(Shueisha,Inc.)
Akihiko Ishimaru
Yoshihiko Nakai
Yuichiro Hirakawa
Daisuke Yamamuro
Atsushi Nasuda
Yoshiko Morishita
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Takao Osawa
as Jin Minakata
Haruka Ayase
as Saki Tachibana
Miki Nakatani
(guest appearance)
as Miki Tomonaga
and Nokaze (dual role)
Masaaki Uchino
as Ryoma Sakamoto

Keisuke Koide
as Kyotaro Tachibana
Kenta Kiritani
as Yusuke Saburi
Hiromasa Taguchi
as Junan Yamada
Jiro Sato
as Genko Fukuda

Yumi Aso
as Ei Tachibana
Fumiyo Kohinata
as Kaishu Katsu
JIN
Our aim of created this award was to help successful export of Japanese drama series by having Asian buyers choose the winner themselves. While the “Tokyo Drama Award” is chosen by the exporting side with the concept “Japanese dramas we (the exporters) want to show to the world,” the “Asia Award” will be given to series “that travel to markets outside Japan,” directly reflecting the opinions of those who have actually acquired before. With the “Asia Award,” we hope to give added international appeal and help winners to be exported successfully. We will also continue giving spotlight to excellent world-standard productions through the established “Tokyo Drama Award.”
Local Drama Award
My Strange Hometown
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May 5, 2011
73min
My Strange Hometown
by Masako Nakagawa
Yasuo Arita
Takeshi Oketani
Takuya Shimizu
Daisuke Habara
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Shiori Kutsuna
Tetta Sugimoto
Ayumi Ishida
Katsuya Kobayashi
Issei Takahashi
Umi Yamano
Akira Yamashita
Mayo Sakasegawa
Daiki Kawaguchi
Shinpei Suzuki
My Strange Hometown
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A father and daughter live on a housing estate in Omuta city in Fukuoka Prefecture, which once prospered as a mining town. The daughter, Nozomi Takemoto, is a 16-year old school truant. On the last day of summer vacation, Nozomi cycles out to the outskirts of the town as if to shake off her gloomy feelings before the start of school. Then she catches sight of an enormous ruin of a coal mining tower, a symbol of the city’s past, for the first time and becomes captivated by it. Nozomi starts wandering in town looking for traces of the mines. Through meeting with a newspaper reporter, who covers stories about towns after mine closures, and discovery of forgotten materials at the library, Nozomi becomes more absorbed into the history of the town. In the meantime, her quiet and determined father, Shoichi, gets laid off by the auto repair factory due to harsh economic conditions. He pretends to go to work every morning and goes instead to a job center, but it is not easy to find another job. Nozomi's grandparents live in the same town, but they have fallen out of touch with Shoichi. Her grandfather, Katsuo, also used to be a coal miner, but he now suffers from the after effects of CO2 gas poisoning after an explosion in the mine. He has been cheerfully supported by his wife, Kinuko. However, unknown to Nozomi, there has been discord between Katsuo and Shoichi. Nozomi's journey of discovering the unknown part of her town gradually overlaps with the true story of her family.
They Call Me a Fake Doctor ~The Last Nurse Practitioner~
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AX-ON

December 9, 2010
89 min
Yoshinori Horiguchi
Koichi Okamoto
Yoshitaka Omori
Masahiro Kunimoto
Kazuhiko Yukawa
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Masato Sakai
Shinobu Terajima
Machiko Ono
Tsuyoshi Abe
Masayuki Imai
Masahiko Tsugawa
They Call Me a Fake Doctor ~The Last Nurse Practitioner~
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Okinawa was turned into a fierce battlefield during World War II, which then led to a serious shortage of doctors after the war, and so military medics and doctors’ assistants provided medical care as substitute doctors. These people, called the "Medical Service Men", were unlicensed doctors and this drama is highlighting them who have barely attracted media attention until now. The story is modeled on Zensho Miyazato's life of hardship for over 60 years (as Yoshiaki Miyamae in the drama). He was called the "Last Medical Service Man", and the drama portrays the bond between a doctor and a patient, which is the principal of medical care.
In 1959, Yoshiaki was working as a "Medical Service Man" in Okinawa under U.S. rule after the war with his wife, Hana’s support. He was often unable to charge for treatment because people were poor however he helps as many lives as he could, but at the same time he agonized about not being a proper doctor. One day, a lady came to his clinic. She was distressed about her pregnancy whether her baby is her husband’s or American soldier who raped her few weeks ago. Yoshiaki expected her to give a birth however; half American and half Japanese baby was born. Her husband blamed her and run away, while she killed herself, leaving her child behind. Yoshiaki could not stop blaming himself and decided to quit his job. However, Hana firmly told him that there were treatments only he could give. Many villagers also told him not to give up. Supported by the villagers, Yoshiaki continued practicing in Okinawa as the "last Medical Service Man” until he retired in 2008.
個人賞
Best Performance
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Kazunari Ninomiya
Kazunari Ninomiya
"JOB-HOPPER BUYS A HOUSE"
FUJI TELEVISION LTD.
Best Performance
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Kyoka Suzuki
Kyoka Suzuki
"Second Virgin"
NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corp.)
Best Performance
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Mana Ashida
Mana Ashida
"Marumo's Story"
FUJI TELEVISION LTD.
"Good-bye, our kindergarten"
Nippon Television Network
Best Performance
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Masaaki Uchino
Masaaki Uchino
"JIN"
TBS Television Inc.

Best Performance
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Hikari Mitsushima
©Yasutoshi Fujiwara
Hikari Mitsushima
"Love Strikes! – The Series"
TV TOKYO
"Good-bye, our kindergarten"
Nippon Television Network Corp.


Best Screenplay


Shizuka Oishi
Shizuka Oishi
"Second Virgin"
NHK Japan Broadcasting Corp.

Best Director


Seiji Izumi
Seiji Izumi
"Partners season 9"
TV Asahi Corp.


Best Producer


Fumi Hashimoto
Fumi Hashimoto
"JOB-HOPPER BUYS A HOUSE"
"Marumo's Story"
FUJI TELEVISION LTD.

Special Award

RYOMADEN -The Legend Filming Staff
“JIN”Production Staff