Kohei (Takuya Kimura) returns to Tokyo and reunites with his former colleagues. He will be up against one of the famous lawyers in Tokyo to solve a car accident which killed a soon to be ... See full synopsis »
Shuji, a confident young hairdresser working in Tokyo, has an accidental run-in with Kyoko, a wheelchair-bound and somewhat mousy librarian. When Shuji asks Kyoko to be his makeover model, ... See full summary »
Halu (Kimura Takuya) is the captain and star player of an ice hockey team, who is greatly respected by his teammates. For him, hockey is serious business that fully occupies his mind, while... See full summary »
A drama commemorating TBS's 60th anniversary, the story is about 11 members who were sent to the South Pole for the first time in February 1957 in a national project to explore Antartica. ... See full summary »
The story of a Public Prosecutor names Kuryu Kohei, a young man driven by his past to help people find justice in a world that is not always so kind to the victims of crime. Finding him in an office with several other lawyers, most of which have flawed personalities in one form or another, Kuryu has to impact on them his sense of justice. With unorthodox investigations of crime scenes and the ability to pick up on the smallest detail in an almost Perry Mason like fashion, Kuryu with the help of his law clerk Amamiya Maiko, will dispense justice for those who need it most. Not to imaginative or ground breaking drama, but an enjoyable watch. Unlike American Legal Dramas, it takes a much less serious look at the working of a legal system while still giving trying to impart same moral lesson.
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