I randomly choose what to seed, please don’t make any requests or ask me to reseed a drama. Please make seed requests here.
Jul 15th-Aug 1st Kingyo Club
Title (romaji): Kingyo Club
Viewership rating: 2.3%
Broadcast network: NHK
Broadcast period: 2011-Jul-23 to 2011-Oct-01
Air time: Saturday 23:30
Subtitles: English, Hungarian, Italian
Irie plays Hiiragi Haru, a third-year high school student with no real interest in women or higher education, instead choosing to live his life idly. When he notices a first-year student named Harukawa Koto being bullied, he lends her a hand, and the two form a “goldfish club” just for themselves. While love begins to bloom between them, the bullying against Koto continues to escalate. — Tokyograph
It’s possible Gunshi Kanbee will be seeded in between, meaning there may be a 2 weeks break before I continue with the next weeks of Tsubasa.
Remaining weeks to be seeded in the future.
Title (romaji): Tsubasa
Genre: Family drama
Episodes: 156 (15 mins. each)
Viewership ratings: 1st=17.7, high=17.7, avg=14.8
Broadcast network: NHK
Broadcast period: 2009-Mar-30 to 2009-Sep-26
Air time: Monday through Saturday at 8:15
Theme song: Ai no Kisetsu by Angela Aki
The 80th NHK Asadora is Tsubasa a story about a 20-year-old girl, Tsubasa, who dedicates her life to helping her family and their traditional confectionery store. But her peaceful life is turned upside down when her missing mother returns home. She starts to work at a small radio station to repay her mother’s debt but in a strange twist of fate, she becomes a DJ. –NHK
I have up to episode 24 of Gunish Kanbee, a new batch will be posted when I’ve got episode 30.
Jul 1st-Aug 1st Seibo Kiyomi Monogatari week 1-13 end
Title: 聖母 ・ 聖美物語
Title (romaji): Seibo Kiyomi Monogatari
Also known as: The Story of Madonna KIYOMI
Viewership rating: TBD
Broadcast network: Fuji TV / Tokai TV
Broadcast period: 2014-Mar-31 to 2014-Jun-27
Air time: Mon-Fri 13:30-14:00
Theme song: Honoo no Hana by Haruka Hummingbird
Morio Kiyomi was the subject of envy, when she married Dr. Yanagisawa Shigero, the owner of Yanagisawa Clinic. Although the marriage brought her status and wealth, Kiyomi was not blessed with children. The couple then decided to go through the In Vitro Fertilisation program, and soon Kiyomi successfully gave birth to a little baby. Unfortunately, the baby was born with an illness that can only be cured through stem cell transfer, and so the Yanagisawas decided to have another baby in order to save their existing child. However, Kiyomi’s body is too weak to have another child, and so she approaches her estranged younger sister, Manami, to be the surrogate mother. Unbeknownst to Kiyomi, Manami is actually very bitter about her good fortune in landing a rich man, and is plotting vengeance on her.
Kiyomi is creating another life just so she can save her child, without any consideration on the ethics of the decision. Is it maternal love? Or just plain egotism? — by Tokai TV
I will seed episode 21-30 of Gunshi Kanbee with Chinese subtitles when I have obtained them. So far I got episode 1-27.
Title (romaji): Gunshi Kanbee
Broadcast network: NHK
Broadcast period: 2014-Jan-5 start
Air time: Sunday 20:00
July 1590, Odawara. Toyotomi Hideyoshi’s army had surrounded the Odawara Castle for over 3 months, hoping to conquer this last obstacle to his dream of the country’s unification. Standing at the gate of the castle, a lone man facing the menacing guards shouted out: “Do not throw your lives away. Treasure living!”. Not long after, the castle gates opened and the reigning lord surrendered. The name of that man is Kuroda Kanbee. An excellent military strategist, he worked hand-in-hand with Hideyoshi to unify the country.
Kanbee’s family had fled to Harima, and were relatively poor. As the protege of Kodera Masamoto, Kanbee was very much trusted and relied upon by his lord liege. Kanbee became the head of the Kuroda clan at 22 years of age. Masamoto was aging and he very much wanted someone to take over his responsibilities, and thus he decided to marry off his much-loved daughter, Teru, to Kanbee. They were blessed with a son, but since many years had passed and yet Teru couldn’t seem to conceive a second child, Kanbee decided to adopt the young children of his vassals as his proteges who were known as “Kuroda’s warriors”.
When Kanbee turned 30, a revolutionary young lord was slowly laying siege to all the various shogunates, aiming for a unified Japan. Harima became the place where the clash between Oda and Mori Terumoto was set. Kanbee was very attracted to Oda’s unification plans, and had gone to Gifu Castle to meet up with him. There, he became acquainted with Toyotomi Hideyoshi, and soon became Hideyoshi’s right-hand man, marking the birth of Gunshi Kanbee.