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Chanpon Tabetaka [ちゃんぽん食べたか]



Drama Details
Title:Chanpon Tabetaka
ちゃんぽん食べたか
Telecast:2015-05-30 to 2015-08-01
Season:Spring 2015



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TV Station:NHK
Duration:9 Episodes

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Synopsis
In 1965, Sano Masashi, who was expected to be a violin prodigy, carried the hopes of his parents and came up to Tokyo from Nagasaki on his own during junior high school. Now a second year high school student, he practices the violin daily with the aim of becoming a top violinist. However, he could not qualify for the music school of his choice and had to enroll in a high school with a general curriculum. Masashi started to have misgivings about his own goal ever since he failed the entrance examination. Meanwhile, he finds himself having to compose an original love song for the sake of a slightly queer classmate, Kashiyama Mitsuru, who confessed his feelings to Okakura Yoko, a female classmate whom he likes, while singing Elvis Presleyfs Love Me Tender. Masashi continues to work hard on the violin, but has difficulty concentrating. In the 1970s, he faces a setback during the uproar over the US-Japan security treaty. Even so, he does not cut off music. By the time Masashi realises it, he had started singing with Yoshida Masami as the folk duo called Grape c c This is a story centred around his high school and university days surrounded by different people including friends, teachers as well as older men at his part-time job.
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Actor/Actress Cast (7)
Suda Masaki
菅田将暉
Sano Masashi
佐野雅志
Hongo Kanata
本郷奏多
Yoshida Masami
古田政美
Mamiya Shotaro
間宮祥太朗
Kashiyama Mitsuru
樫山満
Izumisawa Yuuki
泉澤祐希
Kikuta Yasuo
菊田保夫
Morikawa Aoi
森川葵
Okakura Yoko
岡倉洋子
Nishida Naomi
西田尚美
Sano Kiyoko
佐野喜代子
Endo Kenichi
遠藤憲一
Sano Masato
佐野雅人
  

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