Maki Horikita

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    Kimi no Yubisaki (2007)

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    Kimi no Yubisaki (2007)

    Short film from the director of Sukida. Kimi no Yubisaki is a story of two 17-year old girls in one rainy after-school.

    $15.00
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    Kikoku (2010)

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    Kikoku (2010)

    An unscheduled late night train arrives at Tokyo station on 15 August, the anniversary of Japan’s surrender in World War II. Boarding the train are spirits of great men who died honourable deaths in the war more than 60 years ago. They have come to the modern world to see their homeland as a peaceful country and to tell the lingering spirits of the war dead about the current conditions.

    $15.00
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    My Little Sweet Pea (2013)

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    My Little Sweet Pea (2013)

    It isn’t easy to find a dream to chase when you’re young, but Mugiko (Maki Horikita) has one: she can’t wait to become an anime voice actress. Saving up for classes while she works part time in a manga store, she lives with her older, gambler brother (Ryuhei Matsuda) after her father’s death. When the mother (Kimiko Yo) she never knew turns up out of nowhere and moves in, it only causes irritation for the aspiring otaku. But when her mother just as quickly disappears, it leaves Mugiko (or “Sweet Pea”) searching for answers, bringing her back to her mother’s hometown to discover what happened to her mother’s own dream. Featuring fun animated sequences produced especially for the film by renowned studio Production I.G (“Ghost in the Shell,” “Blood: The Last Vampire”), “My Little Sweet Pea” boasts hilarious and moving performances, with director Keisuke Yoshida’s signature comic timing and snappy dialogue.

    $15.00
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    Dear Students!

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    Dear Students!

    Seito Shokun! is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Yoko Shoji. It is serialized in Kodansha’s Shōjo Friend from 1977 to 1984. The individual chapters were published into 24 tankōbon by Kodansha between February 1978 and June 1985. Seito Shokun! received the won the second Kodansha Manga Award in 1978 for the shōjo category.

    Kodansha made a one-shot spin-off of the series in September, 1983 and re-released the manga into 12 kanzenban volumes between December 12, 1995 and March 12, 1996.

    The sequel to the manga, Seito Shokun! Kyoshi-hen had its first tankōbon published on April 13, 2004.

    The manga was adapted into an original video animation by Ashi Productions. Directed by Mitsuo Kusakabe, it was broadcast on Fuji TV on February 23, 1986.

    The manga was adapted into a Japanese television drama of the same name. Directed by Karaki Marehiro and Tamura Naoki, the drama’s 10 episodes was broadcast on TV Asahi between April 20, 2007 and June 22, 2007.

    $20.00
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    Densha Otoko

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    Densha Otoko

    Densha Otoko is a Japanese television drama that aired on Fuji Television. It is based on the Densha Otoko story, which has also been portrayed in other media.

    The drama’s 11 episodes were aired on Fuji TV from July 7 to September 22, 2005. A two hour long TV special, Densha Otoko Deluxe, aired on September 23, 2006, featured a visit to Tahiti. Pony Canyon released the series on a DVD box set on December 22, 2005. It also aired in Taiwan’s Videoland Japan from January 24, 2006, and in Hong Kong’s TVB Jade from April 15, 2006.

    $24.00
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    For You in Full Blossom

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    For You in Full Blossom

    Hanazakari no Kimitachi e: Ikemen Paradise, also known as Ike-para, is a Japanese drama produced by Fuji Television and first aired on July 3, 2007. It is based on the comic by Hisaya Nakajo, published in English as Hana-Kimi. Filming locations include the Ryutsu Keizai University.

    A TV Special has already aired with the regular cast reprising their roles. The story starts off half a year after Mizuki’s secret of being a girl has revealed. It is near Valentine’s Day, and Sano and Nakatsu are talking about the last week of Summer vacation. This is when the story gets back to the last week of Summer holidays, which is between episode 7 and 8. The shooting started on March 19, 2008. A conference was held on September 18, 2008 announcing the completion of the special, subtitled Sotsugyoshiki & 7 to 1/2 wa Special.

    A remake of this drama with an entirely different cast was aired on Fuji Television during the 2011 summer season.

    $12.00
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    Miss Pilot

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    Miss Pilot

    Haru Tezuka’s parents run a bar in Kamata, Tokyo. She is honest and bright, but she can’t lie which sometimes causes her to get in trouble. Haru finds it difficult to get a job. Haru then notices an application guideline from airline company ANA (All Nippon Airways). Haru, who never thought of working in the airline industry, decides to take a test for the airline company. She first attends a company presentation by ANA. There, she sees elite persons who have dreamed of becoming pilots for lengthy periods of time and airplane enthusiasts. She becomes overwhelmed by them. Haru is indecisive about whether she wants to go through with it, but she manages to barely pass her test. Now, Haru wants to become a pilot, but what awaits for her is harsh training.

    $12.00
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    Innocent Love

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    Innocent Love

    An arson took it all away from Akiyama Kanon seven years ago. Her parents died in that fire, her brother was arrested as the prime suspect and her carefree life disappeared from that instant. She was shunned by the town as the sister of a murderer, yet she believes in her brother’s innocence and often pays him visits with words of encouragement. As life gets harder when nobody is willing to give her a job, Kanon decides to try her luck in the city and there she meets the man of her destiny…

    $12.00
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    Atsuhime

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    Atsuhime

    Atsuhime, literally Princess Atsu, is the 47th NHK Taiga drama. It began on January 6, 2008 and aired throughout, completing its run with 50 episodes. The story chronicles the life of Tenshōin, based on Tomiko Miyao’s 1984 novel Tenshō-in Atsuhime.

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    My Boys

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    My Boys

    Atashinchi no Danshi is a Japanese drama produced by Fuji Television starring actress Maki Horikita. The producer, director, and screenwriter for the series consists of the same team that created the successful 2007 drama Hanazakari no Kimitachi e. The series ran from Tuesday, April 14 to June 23, 2009, in the 9:00 PM time slot.

    $12.00
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    Nobuta wo Produce

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    Nobuta wo Produce

    Nobuta wo Produce is a Japanese television drama produced and aired in 2005 by NTV. The television show is based on the book of the same name by Gen Shiraiwa. The story follows the high school lives of Kiritani and Kusano as they attempt to make a shy Kotani into the most popular girl in school.

    $20.00
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