Yoshida Shigeru was a proud, stubborn man who stuck to his own principles even when tossed into jail during wartime. He also held his own against General MacArthur, the supreme commander of the allied powers. The two of them consequently collaborated in the revival of Japan.
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Comments by sasukekun6 [Rating: 9/10] I'm not a huge fan of historical dramas, but I really liked this one. Watanabe Ken was incredible throughout the whole drama. I honestly don't know much about Japanese history besides the little bits I heard in school and things here and there, but I think this drama made me understand what the Japanese people dealt with after WWII. I recommend this drama to anyone interested in post-WWII Japan.
Comments by Sun_Shang_Xiang [Rating: 7/10] Fairly interesting but perhaps too much emphasis on Yoshida Shigeru's dealing with MacArthur.