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Series Wrap-Up: Yokoso Wagaya E and the Ambiguous Ending

As I continue to wrap up the spring dramas, the latest one to get finished off was one of my favorites of the year. While… 426 more words


Weddings Everywhere! 2015 Spring Japanese Drama Wrap-Up

Hello all. I’ve been a way a while as I wanted to watch the rest of these dramas to their conclusion before posting up on here. 614 more words


Mischievous Kiss. (1)

I’ll start off with the basics of this drama first, starting with its plot.

Kotoko Aihara (Honoka Miki) isn’t very intelligent, and lacks ability in school. 515 more words

Kokoro ga Pokitto Ne - Episode 3 Review

Well, that was certainly unexpected. This episode introduces a plot twist that you’re either going to go along with or is going to make you stop watching. 172 more words


Kokoro Ga Pokitto Ne - Episode 2 Review

Okay, yea I’m hooked on this drama. The opening scene for this second episode spans nearly ten minutes long and feels like you’re watching a play. 248 more words


Yamegoku - Episode 2 Review

Much of this second episode centers around Old Man Kuramochi, the former yakuza member who is trying to restart his life. He falls hard being fired from the hotel job Yuko and her police partners set him up at and becomes homeless. 168 more words


Yokoso, Wagaya e - Episode 3 Review

A pattern is being to be revealed with this series. First, the person they thought was the troublemaker turns out not to be the person they’re after. 161 more words