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Oh-Oku: The Women of the Inner Palace (2006)

Ôoku (original title)
Nothings more tragically mesmerizing than scandal behind castle walls amongst power-hungry, back-stabbing, sex-starved wives and concubines. Ooku also known as Oh-Oku: The Women of the Inner... See full synopsis »

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Tôru Hayashi

Writer:

Taeko Asano
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Credited cast:
Yukie Nakama Yukie Nakama ... Eshima
Hidetoshi Nishijima ... Shingoro Ikushima
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Yûko Asano Yûko Asano ... Takigawa
Yumi Asô ... Kohagi
Makoto Fujita Makoto Fujita
Haruka Igawa ... Gekkouin
Atsuki Katô Atsuki Katô ... Obôzu
Tae Kimura Tae Kimura
Gorô Kishitani ... Takatomo Akimoto
Kazuki Kitamura ... Chojuro Kaneko
Maki Kubota Maki Kubota ... Urao
Manko Kurenai Manko Kurenai ... Monoshiri otoku
Yuki Matsushita Yuki Matsushita ... Renjoin
Shinobu Nakayama Shinobu Nakayama ... Fujikawa
Mitsuhiro Oikawa Mitsuhiro Oikawa ... Akifusa Manabe
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Nothings more tragically mesmerizing than scandal behind castle walls amongst power-hungry, back-stabbing, sex-starved wives and concubines.

Ooku also known as Oh-Oku: The Women of the Inner Palace is set during the short reign of the popular historical Japanese child-shogun, Tokugawa Ietsugu (1709-1716), in 1713 once his Shogun father passes away. In this story, he comes to power at a terribly young age and assumes rule at four years of age. The transition of monarchical power went fairly well, but the shuffling of administrative and related powers within Edo Castles inner court proved less so. The keep of the Edo Castle is divided into the outer, central, and inner palace. The inner chambers protects the maidens of the castle, guarding all their secrets.The business of government is carried out daily in it's central chambers, later to be led by a favorite of the previous shogun in the film. A pivotal figure in this 'new administration', he is Manabe Akifusa: Lord Protector of Echizen...

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Official site [Japan]

Country:

Japan

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Japanese

Release Date:

23 December 2006 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

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$15,688,239
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