Dandan episode 9: Yumehana calls Megumi to tell her what she’s suspecting.
- Title: だんだん
- Title (romaji): Dandan
- Format: Renzoku
- Genre: Family
- Episodes: 150
- Runtime: 15 minutes (per episode)
- Viewership ratings: ep1: 16.8%, avg: 16.2%, highest: 18.7% (Kanto)
- Broadcast network: NHK
- Broadcast period: 2008-Sep-29 to 2009-Mar-28
- Air time: Monday-Saturday 08:15
- Theme song: Enishi no Ito by Takeuchi Mariya (竹内まりや)
The 79th NHK asadora is Dandan. The twin girls Tajima Megumi and Ichijo Nozomi was separated at birth after their parents had divorced. Years later they meet each other. Both of them have a career within the entertainment industry. Megumi who lives in Shimane prefecture sings in a band, and Nozomi is a maiko, an apprentice geisha in Kyoto.
|Kyoto and Osaka people
Character names may not be correct. This post will be updated as I go through each episode.
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Translation: Nippon Golden Network
Transcriber: dtyc (ep1-138)
Editor, timer: Jean
Subtitles sync to RAWs at Nyaa.
|Week 1||Akai Sweet Pea (赤いスイートピー)
Red Sweet Pea
|Week 2||Hitoribocchi no Futari (一人ぼっちの二人)
Two Lonely People
- Dandan (だんだん) means “thank you” in the Izumo, Shimane dialect.
- Ookini (大きに) means “thank you very much” in Kansai dialect.
- Kamo River is located in Kyoto prefecture, not to be confused with Kamogawa City located in Chiba prefecture.
- Original work: Moriwaki Kyoko (森脇京子)
- Director: Nagaoki Wataru (長沖渉), Sakurai Ken (櫻井賢)
- Music: Muramatsu Takatsugu (村松崇継)
- Background Music
- Inochi no Uta (いのちの歌) (ep96, 102-103, 107, 120, 144 and final episode)
- Narrator: Takeuchi Mariya (竹内まりや)