HUNTER: Sono Onnatachi, Shoukin Kasegi

(Japanese TV Series)
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HUNTER: Sono Onnatachi, Shoukin Kasegi

HUNTER: Sono Onnatachi, Shoukin Kasegi

  • Video
  • Video Codec: MPEG-4 AVC
    Video Resolution: 720P HD
    Aspect ratio: 1.78:1
    Widescreen Version 16:9
  • Audio
  • Japanese: Stereo 2.0
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional
  • Menu's Language
  • English, Chinese
  • Disc
  • Blu-ray Disc
    2 BDRs 25GB Single Layer Blu-ray Ready Two-disc set
  • Region code
  • Region All
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  • Title : HUNTER: Sono Onnatachi, Shoukin Kasegi / HUNTER~その女たち, 賞金稼ぎ~
  • Also known as : Hunter: Woman Aftering Bounty
  • Genre : Detective / Comedy
  • Episode : 1-10 end
  • TV Station / Studio : Japan Fuji TV
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2011
  • Listing date : 18 Jul 2012
  • Disc Qty : 2 pcs
  • Weight : 230(g)
  • Production country : Japan

  • Cast by
  • Yonekura Ryoko , Tanihara Shosuke , Kiritani Mirei , Horiuchi Keiko , Koizumi Kotaro , Hara Mikie , Saito Megumi , Mashima Hidekazu
  • Synopsis
  • Jin Minakata, an ordinary brain surgeon, had an accident after his operation with an unidentified patient, and he realized that he was time-slipped and reached the end of Edo Period. Though an encounter with historical characters, Jin set up a small clinic Jin'yudo and save those whom suffering from disease and injury with his medical skills.

    2 years have passed... Jin and Saki develop a sweet confectionery that contains medicine for Saki’s mother who has a severe case of beriberi. Meanwhile, Ryoma asks Jin to care for Kaishuu Katsu’s mentor, Shozan Sakuma. Shozan is in a critical state after being attacked by the Shinsengumi. Jin is reluctant because curing Shozan would mean changing the course of history. However, Shozan tells him that he too is involved in the “present”.

    Awards

    69th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Drama
    69th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Actor - Osawa Takao
    69th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Supporting Actor - Uchino Masaaki
    69th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Supporting Actress - Ayase Haruka
    69th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Screenwriter - Morishita Yoshiko
    69th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Directors - Hirakawa Yuichiro, Yamamuro Daisuke, Nasuda Jun
    2011 Tokyo Drama Awards: Best Drama
    2011 Tokyo Drama Awards: Best Supporting Actor - Uchino Masaaki
    2011 Tokyo Drama Awards: Asia Award
    2011 Tokyo Drama Awards: Special Award

  • Synopsis
  • Jin Minakata, an ordinary brain surgeon, had an accident after his operation with an unidentified patient, and he realized that he was time-slipped and reached the end of Edo Period. Though an encounter with historical characters, Jin set up a small clinic Jin'yudo and save those whom suffering from disease and injury with his medical skills.

    2 years have passed... Jin and Saki develop a sweet confectionery that contains medicine for Saki’s mother who has a severe case of beriberi. Meanwhile, Ryoma asks Jin to care for Kaishuu Katsu’s mentor, Shozan Sakuma. Shozan is in a critical state after being attacked by the Shinsengumi. Jin is reluctant because curing Shozan would mean changing the course of history. However, Shozan tells him that he too is involved in the “present”.

    Awards

    69th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Drama
    69th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Actor - Osawa Takao
    69th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Supporting Actor - Uchino Masaaki
    69th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Supporting Actress - Ayase Haruka
    69th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Screenwriter - Morishita Yoshiko
    69th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Directors - Hirakawa Yuichiro, Yamamuro Daisuke, Nasuda Jun
    2011 Tokyo Drama Awards: Best Drama
    2011 Tokyo Drama Awards: Best Supporting Actor - Uchino Masaaki
    2011 Tokyo Drama Awards: Asia Award
    2011 Tokyo Drama Awards: Special Award