Ken and Rei have been friends since childhood. Though he has been in love with her for years he was never able to tell her. On the day of her wedding to another man Ken sees a picture of ... See full summary »
Shuji (Kamenashi Kazuya) is one of the most popular guys in school. He tries to avoid Akira (Tomohisa Yamashita), because of his constant annoyance. But Kame isn't just like that. At home, ... See full summary »
"From Five to Nine" is a romantic comedy drama. It is a story of girl who works as an English teacher and dreams of moving to New York, but unexpectedly, she encounters a handsome monk, and the story begins.
Kenji Sakuragi is a lawyer and former member of a motorcycle gang. He takes on the challenge of preparing a special class for a famous stupid school, Ryuuzan to enter the prestigious Toudai University.
Fate brings together Shirakawa Riko and Kamiya Naoki-but fate is fickle.While Riko is an aspiring violinist,and Naoki a hopeful pro-basketball player, both strive to achieve their dreams ... See full summary »
Kurosaki, aka Kurosagi (Yamashita Tomohisa), is a swindler who cheats other professional con artists to help their victims and avenge the death of his own family. Kurosaki buys information ... See full summary »
25 year old Moriyama Mikuri graduated but had no job offers. She became a temporary employee but was even laid off. So while she is taking a break right now, Mikuri feels unwanted and ... See full summary »
Maki, Suzume, Iemori, and Beppu accidentally met in a karaoke one day while bringing instruments. They then decided to form a musical quartet and live together. At this point no one knows ... See full summary »
The renzoku of Proposal Daisakusen was a lot of fun, for the most part... but like many viewers I found Ken (Yamashita Tomohisa) infuriatingly indecisive and sometimes downright pathetic.
The ending of the TV show (which I won't go into) suffered similar problems to its main character. It was a good ending, and squishily romantic, but it wasn't quite what we wanted to see...
This tanpatsu not only adds to the main plot, but also fleshes out a number of the side plots (Tsuru and Eri, Mikio and his older woman), and in doing so it concentrates all of my favourite elements of the original show, at the same time dispensing of the aspects I was less keen on and taking advantage of its format to craft a satisfying overall narrative.
Best of all, it features the ending everyone wants!
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