Seeding @ D-Addicts
Oshin with Japanese/Thai subs/English subtitles (in progress) will be seeded as follow.
Until Oct 1st 001-036
Oct 1st-Oct 15th 037-076
Oct 15th-Nov 1st 077-116
Nov 1st-Nov 15th 117-156
Nov 15th-Dec 1st 157-195
Dec 1st-Dec 15th 196-234
Dec 15th-Jan 1st 235-270
Jan 1st-Jan 15th 271-297 END
Nov 1st-Nov 15th week 1, week 2, week 3
Nov 15th-Dec 1st week 4, week 5, week 6
Dec 1st-Dec 15th week 7, week 8, week 9
Dec 15th-Jan 1st week 10, week 11, week 12
Jan 1st-Jan 15th week 13, week 14 & 15
Jan 15th-Feb 1st week 16, week 17, week 18
Feb 1st-Feb 15th week 19, week 20, week 21
Feb 15th-Mar 1st week 22, week 23, week 24
Mar 1st-Mar 15th week 25, week 26 end, specials
Ai to iu Nano Moto ni will be seeded until Dec 15th.
Title (romaji): Ai to iu Nano Moto ni
Also known as: In the Name of Love
Genre: Human drama, friendship, romance
Viewership ratings: 32.6%
Broadcast network: Fuji TV
Broadcast period: 1992-Jan-09 to 1992-Mar-26
Air time: Thursday 22:00
Kanashimi wa Yuki no You ni by Hamada Shogo
Ai to iu Nano Moto ni by Hamada Shogo
Seven good buddies left school and stepped into society. Each then finds life out there not as carefree as it used to be. Their courage, optimism and confidence are also worn off slowly by the cunning reality. After a series of hurdles, they get a deeper understanding of their friendship and treasure it even more. –Snowflakes
The Seven Buddies
Yae no Sakura (with traditional Chinese subtitles) episode 31-40, and 41-50 end will be seeded if/when I’ve found them. So far I’ve got up to episode 38.
Title (romaji): Yae no Sakura
Genre: Jidaigeki, Taiga drama
Broadcast network: NHK
Broadcast period: 2013-Jan-06 to ??
Air time: Sunday 20:00
“Yae no Sakura” is NHK’s 52nd taiga drama.
It will tell the story of Niijima Yae, also known as Yamamoto Yaeko, who was born into the Aizu Domain during the late Edo period. Skilled in gunnery, she helped defend Aizu during the Boshin War, earning her the nickname of the “Bakumatsu Joan of Arc.” After the war, she married educator Joseph Hardy Neesima (Niijima Jo) and became a Christian, and she helped Neesima found Doshisha University.