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No loans, no debts.
taro.jpgI say “Yamada Taro Monogatari (Story of Taro Yamada)” did a fairly good job in the TV broadcasting compared to “Hanazakari no Kimitachi e”, both being originally a popular manga. This story is about a high-school boy called Taro, literally, who goes to private high school for the wealthy family. Due to his handsome appearance, bright mind, all-round athletic ability, gentle & refined manner, Taro is one of the most popular boys in school. That is why no one – except for his friend Mimura – even suspects that he is in fact from an utterly poor family with many small brothers & sisters to take care of.

Taro is acted by Kazunari Ninomiya – quite unexpected for me because Ninomiya has a rather plain looking (no offence here) whereas the original Taro has quite a fancy appearance. But I think this casting succeeded because though the appearance may be different, the overall impression stayed the same –very sincere, honest and warmhearted.
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【2007/07/30】 | drama | trackback(0) | comment(0) | page top↑
Girlish?
“Hanazakari no Kimitachi e (To the Flowers of Youth)” now being broadcasted as a TV drama is originally a manga. The story features Mizuki who enters boy’s school to meet one pole-vaulter. But Mizuki is carrying a huge secret : that he is actually a “she” – a girl pretending as a boy. Yes, the set-up is very fanciful, but I can say if the plot wasn’t so slow-footed, this manga should have been much more popular.
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【2007/07/23】 | drama | trackback(0) | comment(0) | page top↑
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