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.
Final Cut tells the story of Hayakawa Keisuke (Kamenashi Kazuya) seeking revenge upon those responsible for his mother's suicide. Twelve years ago, Keisuke's mother was falsely accused of murdering a child thus ultimately ending her life. He gets involved with the media outlet that covered the story and two sisters whose brother has a connection … Continue reading A Romantic Revenge? [Final Cut Review]
Fugitive Boys is also known as Bokutachi ga Yarimashita revolved around four teenagers who caused the deaths of 10 people after a prank goes wrong and copes with the consequences. This review is not spoiler free. To get back at a group of delinquents for beating up their friend, a group of four teenagers decided to … Continue reading Guilt Upon Guilt – Fugitive Boys Review
Dear Sister Drama Review Fukazawa Misaki (Ishihara Satomi) and Fukuzawa Hazuki are polar opposites despite being sisters. Misaki never studied well but has a charming personality; Hazuki is diligent but is socially awkward. After Misaki graduates from high school, she left home and the family hasn't heard from her since. Now, Hazuki is 29 years … Continue reading Dear Sister [SPOILERS]
A newbie's guide to Haruma Miura.
Overall, the drama was mediocre with a good cast. If you're a fan of romantic cliché's or wants to watch for the laughs, this might click for you. If not, I would recommend passing to save yourself the questions and facepalms.
Tachibana Setoka (Tao Tsuchiya) is a high school student who's been rejected twelve times. Her older brother, Tachibana Haruka (Ryota Katayose), cares deeply for his sister and is keeping a secret from her: they are not blood-related.
My Boss My Hero is an old time favourite that's lighthearted, comedic, and a classic of Japanese dramas.
Tokyo is going to be hosting the 2020 Summer Olympics. Therefore, housing sales in the area have become fiercely competitive. A real estate company in Tokyo has recently been assigned a new chief, Sangenya Machi (Kitagawa Keiko), a beautiful woman that gets involved with her clients' problems with the goal of purchasing homes from her.
Popular host, Otaro Dojima AKA Eight (Yamazaki Kento), strictly pursues money and power. When a mysterious woman suddenly kisses him, he is thrown back seven days in the past.