When I saw the news about Haruma Miura's suspected suicide, I felt a small part of me had also died.
There's a tag going around called "A Book for All Occasions Tag," and I thought it would be fun to change things up a bit.
Finding Netflix's hidden gems.
I recently rewatched an old favourite – Liar Game. Since the show is pretty old, I thought it would be fun to recast the two main characters.
Explaining some of my favourite Japanese dramas in Haikus.
Excited to see Haru in a new Japanese drama, I instantly picked this up. While the concept had potential, the characterization of our protagonists was incredibly flat.
Dying Eye is a paranormal mystery mixed with modern and psychological elements that's worth a watch due to its underlying theme.
In December, I checked out two Japanese shows that I think are worth the watch. One of them being Tokyo Bachelors, the Japanese adaptation of the Gentleman's Dignity, a South Korean show. While I saw the posters and snippets of it here and there, I never gave it much thought until I was bored one … Continue reading Career or Love for our Tokyo Bachelors?
It's been a while since I did a review. But as I recently caught up with a mystery and thriller Japanese show I'd been watching and decided to give my two cents simply because it was too good not to write something about it. While the last episode has yet to be subbed, I already know it's going to be a hell of a rollercoaster ride.
If you're active in the Japanese drama scene, I'm pretty sure you would have watched at least one of her shows. However, here are three Ishihara Satomi dramas that stand out from the rest in no particular order.