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Emi Wakui ...
 Yukiko Matsui (10 episodes, 1994)
Yôko Moriguchi ...
 Misaki Kihara (5 episodes, 1994)
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October 1994 (Japan)  »

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Tokyo Cinderella Story  »

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Meguriai
Written by Ryo Asuka
Performed by Chage & Aska
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So Romantic
17 September 2004 | by (Indonesia) – See all my reviews

Okay! This drama may be very very romantic and selling a fairy tale story (Cinderella). But by seeing this drama plot, I'm really having a good time to see it.

The story is about a girl who had been stayed in Tokyo for 3 years, in a time her brother came and that is the first time she saw the man of her life (so romantic isn't it?). She falling in love with a handsome and rich young man and make relationship with him, even their parents are not agree (he rich, she poor). Even for the first time that man not so attract to her, but in the end he believed that she was the one for him (once again, so romantic isn't it).

Emi Wakui was pretty and having a cute face when she was played for this drama, her acting is good too. Toshiaki was a handsome man beside his acting was nice and he was very gentle.

I'm now boring with Japan's drama, because they made too serious drama or the main character was death.

THIS DRAMA IS ABSOLUTELY HAS TOO WATCH.


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