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Ichi is a 2008 chambara film directed by Fumihiko Sori, starring
, Haruka Ayase, Shido Nakamura, and Yosuke Kubozuka. It was released by Warner Bros. Japan on October 25, 2008.
Cast members include:
(as Naruse, boss and "human lie detector"), Kyoka Suzuki (as Yukiko, driver and "human clock"), Shota Matsuda (as Kuon, the pickpocket), Kōichi Satō (as Kyōno, the coffee shop owner), and Koji Okura (as Jimichi).
The manga was first adapted into a Jidaigeki television series "Jin", that aired on Japan's Tokyo Broadcasting System from October 11 to December 20, 2009. This was followed by a second season from April 17 to June 26, 2011. It starred
as Minakata Jin, Haruka Ayase, Miki Nakatani, Masaaki Uchino and Tetsuya Takeda.
Aterui folklore has been made into many plays and an anime ("Aterui the Second"). In January 2013 dramatization of Aterui's life, "Fiery Enmity: Hero of the North" (火怨・北の英雄 アテルイ伝), starring
in the title role, which was broadcast on NHK. Aterui is also a supporting character in "Shin Teito Monogatari", the prequel to the bestselling historical fantasy novel "Teito Monogatari" (Hiroshi Aramata).
Based on the Japanese manga series "Jin" written by Motoka Murakami, the series is the third television adaptation of the manga following the Japanese television drama "JIN", starring
which aired on TBS in 2009 and its sequel in 2011. "Revamped with Korean sentiment," the setting was changed from the original's Edo period to the Joseon Dynasty, during the reign of King Cheoljong of Joseon, and real-life Japanese historical figure Sakamoto Ryōma was replaced with Joseon political figure Lee Ha-eung.
As a child, Ishikawa Goemon's (Yōsuke Eguchi) entire family was assassinated for political reasons. His mother (Ryo) sent Goemon away for safety minutes before he witnessed her death. Running away with his caretaker, they were attacked by bandits but he was saved by the great Nobunaga Oda (Hashinosuké Nakamura). Goemon followed Nobunaga and Hattori Hanzō (Susumu Terajima) was assigned to train him in the ways of the shinobi (ninja) along with his martial brother, Saizō (
Mark Schilling of "The Japan Times" said, "Expect something thoughtful, informed — and utterly unlike the usual sob-fest Japanese medical melodrama." James Hadfield of "Time Out" said, "Trust director Masayuki Suo to reunite the stars of his most popular film for a cheery romantic drama about assisted dying. "Shall We Dance?" leads Tamiyo Kusakari and Koji Yakusho play a doctor and her terminally ill patient, with a support cast including Tadanobu Asano and
." Hugo Ozman of Twitch Film described the film as "a thought-provoking film that will please viewers who like serious dramas" and "a beautiful film with deep meanings and some of the best performances in a Japanese film this year." However, John Defore of "The Hollywood Reporter" said, "It's understandable Suo would want to give so much screen time to the highly sympathetic Yakusho, but doing so doesn't serve the dramatic structure of a film that might've been much more provocative than it is."
"Aitakute Ima" was written by Misia, while the composition and production were handled by Jun Sasaki. It served as theme song for the first season of the TBS drama "Jin", starring
, Haruka Ayase and Miki Nakatani. "Aitakute Ima" is Misia's first song in five years to be used in a TV drama. The first pressing of the single came housed in a sleeve case with a see-through cutout. The single includes two B-sides: "Kuchibiru to Kuchibiru," also featured on "Just Ballade", which Misia describes as the mature version of the song "Kiss Shite Dakishimete," from her first album "Mother Father Brother Sister", and "Love Truly," which was written by essayist Mayumi Satō and first performed during The Tour of Misia Discotheque Asia.
After Sasuke, Saizō is the only other one of the Ten who is relatively often recurring in the modern works of fiction. In the manga and anime series "Samurai Deeper Kyo", Saizo is a fanatical yet humorous loyalist of Sanada Yukimura. In the film "Goemon", Kirigakure Saizō was portrayed by
(and Takeru Satoh in the role of young Saizō). He also appears in the film "" and the manga series "BRAVE10", and is the subject of the fourth and the seventh films in the "Shinobi no Mono" series ("Shinobi no Mono: Zoku Kirigakure Saizo" and "Shinobi No Mono: Shin Kirigakure Saizo"), as well as a player character in the video game "Onimusha Tactics"; in "Shall We Date?: Ninja Love", he is either a romance option or the player character.
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