Late Blooming Sunflower: My Life Renewal

(Japanese TV Series)
Late Blooming Sunflower: My Life Renewal (DVD) Japanese TV Series
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Late Blooming Sunflower: My Life Renewal

Late Blooming Sunflower: My Life Renewal

  • Video
  • NTSC: Widescreen 16:9
  • Audio
  • Japanese
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
    Three-disc set
  • Region code
  • Region All

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  • Title : Late Blooming Sunflower: My Life Renewal / 遅咲きのヒマワリ ~ボクの人生、リニューアル~
  • Also known as : Osozaki no Himawari ~Boku no Jinsei, Renewal~
  • Episode : 1-10 end
  • TV Station / Studio : Japan Fuji TV
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2012
  • Listing date : 31 Jan 2013
  • Disc Qty : 3 pcs
  • Weight : 230(g)
  • Production country : Japan

  • Cast by
  • Ikuta Toma , Maki Yoko , Kiritani Kenta , Kashii Yu , Emoto Tasuku , Kimura Fumino , Kuninaka Ryoko , Taguchi Junnosuke , Yashiba Toshihiro , Ihara Ryoka
  • Synopsis
  • The drama is set at the beautiful Shimanto River in the Kochi prefecture and revolves around a group of seven men and women and the unfolding og their lives.

    Ikuta plays a man named Joutarou, who's a typical example of the so-called "lost generation" in Japan. The term "lost generation" refers to people who face a scarcity of employment right after graduating from school and therefore are left without any real perspective. He was lucky to find a regular emplyoment, but it didn't last long and he was laid off due to downsizing. Around the same time he was also dumped by his girlfriend. Fed up with his life, he somehow ends up in a "revitalization group" of the Shimanto River area in Kochi.

  • Synopsis
  • The drama is set at the beautiful Shimanto River in the Kochi prefecture and revolves around a group of seven men and women and the unfolding og their lives.

    Ikuta plays a man named Joutarou, who's a typical example of the so-called "lost generation" in Japan. The term "lost generation" refers to people who face a scarcity of employment right after graduating from school and therefore are left without any real perspective. He was lucky to find a regular emplyoment, but it didn't last long and he was laid off due to downsizing. Around the same time he was also dumped by his girlfriend. Fed up with his life, he somehow ends up in a "revitalization group" of the Shimanto River area in Kochi.