Suddenly one day Zen, Taro, and Ken find a timid first grader, Akira, on their doorstep. With Akira, they find a letter from his mother that reads “Please take care of him for a little while.” The bad part, which they soon find out is that Akira isn’t like them. He’s been raised in a glass house, and is soft and quiet unlike the three of them.
The documentary follow Kimura Norio over six months as he searches for three of his missing family members.
Miho works as a shoe clerk in a department store in Tokyo. She begins to feel tired of living at home and decides to move to her own place. In Tokyo Miho and her best friend Kyoko meet Takahiro and Chisho whom work as beverage salesmen. At first Miho can’t stand Takahiro, but slowly she starts to fall for him. This makes Kyoko very jealous and she begins to question her friendship with Miho.
A list of (mostly) NHK taiga dramas listed in chronological order.
Yoshitsune 1159-1189 Minamoto Yoshitsune (源 義経)
Hojo Tokimune 1251-1284 Hojo Tokimune (北条 時宗)
Mori Motonari 1497-1571 Mori Motonari (毛利 元就)
Fuurin Kazan 1535-1573 Yamamoto Kansuke (山本勘助)
Oda Nobunaga – King of Zipangu 1540-1583 Oda Nobunaga (織田 信長)
Toshiie to Matsu 1550-1599 Maeda Toshiie (前田利家)
Komyo ga Tsuji 1560-1595 Yamauchi Kazutoyo (山内一豊 / やまうち かつとよ）
Tenchijin 1560-1620 Naoe Kanetsugu (直江兼続)
Gou 1573/09/15-1626 Oeyo/Gou/Satoko (於江与 / 江 / 達子)
Sanada Taiheiki 1582-1622 Sanada Nobuyuki (真田信之)
Aoi Tokugawa Sandai 1598-1616 Tokugawa Ieyasu (徳川 家康)
Musashi 1600-1645 Miyamoto Musashi (宮本 武蔵)
Genroku Ryoran 1701-1703 47 Ronin (元禄赤穂事件)
Shinsengumi 1863-1868 Tokugawa Police (新選組 / 新撰組)
Ryoma den 1836/01/03-1867/12/10 Sakamoto Ryoma (坂本 龍馬)
Atsu-hime 1836/02/05-1883/11/20 Tenshouin / Atsuko (天璋院 / 篤子)