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    Midnight Eagle (2007)

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    Midnight Eagle (2007)

    A stolen military aircraft with nuclear missiles on board crashes in the snowbound Northern Japanese Alps. Two teams of rangers from Japan’s Defense Force must reach the craft before the enemies do.

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    The Taste of Fish (2008)

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    The Taste of Fish (2008)

    It may sound cliché, but Japanese people really do love their fish. If Japan has the best and freshest fish in the world, then Tokyo’s Tsukiji Fish Market is where you’re most likely to find them. It’s the home of Japan’s biggest daily fish auction, and it’s a place of fierce competition between fish merchants that have been in the business for generations. Based on a comic series, The Taste of Fish follows businessman Shuntaro, who has a successful career in a trading company and is in a steady relationship with girlfriend Asuka. One day, Shuntaro has to help out at the fish wholesaler store run by Asuka’s father, and he immediately falls in love with the world of Tsukiji Fish Market. Soon, Shuntaro quits his job and devotes all of his time to running the business while learning about the market’s fascinating set of long-standing traditions. However, he must first also learn to distinguish the tastes of different fishes before he can survive in the competitive world of Tsukiji.

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    Yatterman (2009)

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    Yatterman (2009)

    Pieces of a mysterious artefact known as the Skull Stone are scattered across the planet, and they hold the power to reveal the location of the largest deposit of gold in the world. The Doronbo Gang, the villainous trio of the series, are on pursuit of fame, power and wealth as they search for the Skull Stone. However, their plans are constantly foiled by Yatterman, a heroic, mecha-riding duo of youngsters.

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    Feel the Wind (2009)

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    Feel the Wind (2009)

    Haiji was an elite runner, but has not competed due to a past injury. He then meets fellow elite runner Kakeru who also left running, but caused by a dispute. Their meeting inspires both young men to run again, with Haiji choosing the fabled “Hakone Ekiden” (long distance relay race). The race requires a 10 member team so Haiji and Kakeru recruits 8 others (some of whom have never even run before). Within this unlikely group of runners a bond is formed through their training and a belief that they can accomplish the impossible.

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    About Her Brother (2010)

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    About Her Brother (2010)

    Ginko’s younger brother Tetsuro, a failed comedian, is the oddball of the family. Embarrassing, loud and plain inappropriate at times causes Ginko to disown him. The two reunite when she discovers Tetsuro is terminally ill. Tetsuro’s impending death marks the beginning of love and toleration.

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    K-On! The Movie (2011)

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    K-On! The Movie (2011)

    Graduation draws near for Yui, Ritsu, Mio and Tsumugi, the four 3rd-year students of the Light Music Club. They, together with Azusa, decide to go on a post-graduation trip. Their destination, decided by lot, is London!

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    Welcome Home, Hayabusa (2012)

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    Welcome Home, Hayabusa (2012)

    Kento Ohashi (Tatsuya Fujiwara) is a novice ion engine developer working on a team that is launching the unmanned Hayabusa spacecraft into outerspace. His father Isao (Tomokazu Miura) was the leader of a previously failed space probe named Nozomi. Now, Kento pursues his dreams and his father’s while experiencing the unexpected surprises that comes with the Hayabusa’s 7 year odyssey.

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    Akko's Secret (2012)

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    Akko’s Secret (2012)

    Young Atsuko Kagami comes into possession of a magical mirror that lets her transform into anything she wishes. Atsuko Kagami then attempts to save a company which is about to be sold by using her transformation abilities. She also falls in love as a 22-year-old college student.

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    Hal (2013)

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    Hal (2013)

    Kurumi’s heart was broken by the sudden death of her boyfriend in a tragic airplane accident. By melding futuristic technology with the binary equivalent of human emotion, a brilliant scientist created an ultra-lifelike robotic surrogate to take Hal’s place – and lure Kurumi from her shroud of solitude.

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    I'll Give It My All ... Tomorrow (2013)

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    I’ll Give It My All … Tomorrow (2013)

    41-year-old Shizuo Daikoku (Shinichi Tsutsumi) suddenly quits his job at a company to become a mangaka. His family and friends become involved in his new pursuit…

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    Don't Lose Heart (2013)

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    Don’t Lose Heart (2013)

    Depicts the life of best-selling Japanese poet Toyo Shibata. Toyo Shibata first began writing poems at the age of 92 and published her first collection of poems “Kujikenaide” (″Don’t lose heart″) in 2009, which sold over 1.5 million copies.

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    A Tale of Samurai Cooking - A True Love Story (2013)

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    A Tale of Samurai Cooking – A True Love Story (2013)

    Set within the Kaga Domain in the Edo Period. Oharu is an excellent cook and recognized for her skills. Due to her cooking talents, she marries Yasunobu, who is an heir in the Funaki family. The Funaki family serves as the cook for the Kaga Domain. Nevertheless, Yasunobu himself is a terrible cook. With the help of Oharu’s mother-in-law Mitsuru, she begins to teach Yasunobu how to cook.

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