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Tokkan Tokubetsu Kokuzei Choushukan [トッカン 特別国税徴収官]


Drama Details
Title:Tokkan Tokubetsu Kokuzei Choushukan
トッカン 特別国税徴収官
Telecast:2012-07-04 to 2012-09-19
Season:Summer 2012

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TV Station:NTV
Duration:10 Episodes

Suzumiya Miki is a newbie tax collector who learns the strictness and difficulties of working through her job. Miki is called �eGuuko�f because she often freezes up in front of her cold-hearted boss.

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Mr.Children「hypnosis」Music Video


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Soundtrack and Theme Songs (1)
1. hypnosis [Mr.Children]

Actor/Actress Cast (11)
Inoue Mao
Suzumiya Miki
Kitamura Yukiya
Kagami Miyabi
Suzuki Sawa
Nabeshima Yuuko
Kinami Haruka
Nanbu Chisa
Aizawa Meyume
Ikeda Tetsuhiro
Kaneko Chojuro
Okayama Hajime
Ikedo Norio
Kasahara Hideyuki
Toru Kamaike
Shiomi Sansei
Suzumiya Masujiro
Iwamatsu Ryo
Kiyosato Hajime
Wakamura Mayumi
Shirakawa Yoko

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Comments From Users (6)
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1. Comments by occultangle [Rating: 3/10]
I watched this because Inoue Mao was in it, and she didn't disappoint, nor did the rest of the cast, who were all pretty good.
The problem is that I can't watch this without dwelling on the subject matter. I am 200% on the side of all the various "bad guys." The arrogance of tax collectors who have special powers to barge into people's homes and confiscate peoples property at will are not some kind of super hero to me, they are a crime against humanity. There are even portrayals of such things as these tax collectors taking things from their own friends, as if they were gods pronouncing judgement. Where I really can't stand it is in the end when the "heroine", after seeing the many horrors committed by her organization, is even given the chance to side with someone fighting against it, but chooses to remain true to her little organization of bullies. I do feel it is unfair to judge this show on such personal opinions, but there is nothing I hate more in this world than government bureaucrats, and watching a show attempting to not only portray them as OK, but as a sort of hero put me in a very foul mood. Watching this was a real misery.
2. Comments by gaijinmark [Rating: 7/10]
Fairly predictable. Inoue is the newcomer that trusts everyone, Kitamura is the old timer that trusts nobody. Decent supporting cast led by one of my favorites, Sawa Suzuki.
3. Comments by bobspelledbqwrds [Rating: 7/10]
Mmm, it's alright. Learned some new terms.
4. Comments by Elf Elf [Rating: 8/10]
Abit dry at parts
5. Comments by MeteoraXV [Rating: 10/10]
Love it!
6. Comments by niknik [Rating: 7/10]
7. Comments by Susan [Rating: 9/10]
8. Comments by Rodrigo Imai [Rating: 10/10]
9. Comments by aiscess [Rating: ?/10]
10. Comments by jessiesoon [Rating: 7/10]
11. Comments by JackClark [Rating: ?/10]
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14. Comments by kyoihishi [Rating: 9/10]
15. Comments by Saulenger [Rating: 7/10]
16. Comments by Bedi [Rating: 10/10]
17. Comments by Dorobou [Rating: 7/10]
18. Comments by C-yber Rhapzody [Rating: 5/10]