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A group of five medical students take on the task of conveying the “voices of the dead.”

Kaji Daiki fails to get into a popular heart surgery seminar but is somehow accepted into a seminar on forensic pathology. When he approaches professor Sagawa and asks him why he ended up in the seminar, Sagawa challenges him by asking why he wants to study heart surgery. Daiki replies that medicine is meaningless after the heart stops, but Sagawa counters that medicine also applies to the dead.

And so, together with fellow students Ryosuke, Kanako, Teppei and Akira, Daiki begins to explore the mysteries of death. —Tokyograph

Correlation chartEita as Kaji Daiki
Kato Seishiro as young Daiki
Ikuta Toma as Ishimatsu Ryosuke
Ishihara Satomi as Kuboaki Kanako
Yamada Natsumi as young Kanako
Endo Yuya as Kirihata Teppei
Sato Tomohito as Hanei Akira
Izumiya Shigeru as Kaburagi Makoto
Yada Akiko as Natsuigawa Reiko
Tokito Saburo as Sagawa Fumihiko
Konno Hiromi (今野ひろみ) as the clerk
Ishimatsu General Hospital
Nadaka Tatsuo as Ishimatsu Takayuki (Ryosuke’s father)
Sato Rika as Horii Natsumi (nurse)
Yamazaki Shigenori as Owada Satoshi (police detective)
Hamada Mari as Hanei Hoko (Akira’s mother)


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    BELIEVE / 曇りのち、快晴

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    Arashi X 矢野健太 Starring Satoshi Ohno

UTA NO ONII-SAN - Yano Kenta starring Satoshi Ohno - Kumori Nochi, Kaisei.mp3


The story revolves around an unconventional children’s show called “Minna de Utao!” Kenta is a young musician whose band breaks up and who gets dumped by his girlfriend. To top it off, his own family labels him as useless. Unexpectedly, he becomes an “uta no oniisan,” a singing character on the children’s show.





Kana Nishino (西野カナ, Nishino Kana?, born March 18, 1989) is a J-Pop singer signed with SME Records’ Newcome Inc.. She debuted on February 20, 2008, with the single “I”. Her hometown is Matsusaka, Mie Prefecture, Japan.

Nishino studied English at Eikaiwa from an early age, and went to America twice. She then was interested in various genres of music, including hip-hop, R&B and reggae. But she also enjoyed Japanese literature, and started singing Japanese folk songs. Her dream of becoming a singer started in junior high school. When she was 16 her mother secretly sent a demo tape of hers to the Miss Phoenix Audition (ミス・フェニックスオーディション), and she was rated the top singer entrant out of approximately 40,000 applicants. A year later in 2006, she was signed to SME Records.

In 2007 while preparing to be a singer, she was also studying English literature at university. At the time she met Australian duo Nervo, who offered Nishino a song called “I Don’t Wanna Know” for use in her music project. Nishino rewrote the song’s lyrics into Japanese herself, and re-titled it “I”.

In December 2007 her official site opened, and from that time onwards “*I* ~Merry Christmas ver.~” was available as a digital download from several Japanese sites, including Mora. Interestingly, the original version of the song “I Don’t Wanna Know” was available as a digital download on the American iTunes site from New Year’s Day onwards. The physical version was released two months later, on February 20, 2008.

Nishino’s second single was called “Glowly Days”. Her third single “Style” was used as the 2nd ending theme song for the anime series Soul Eater and her 4th single “Make Up” is used in the ONA Chocolate Underground from UK’s miniseries Bootleg with one of its b-sides, “Kirari”, as an insert song.

After her first 4 singles, her music took a more R&B feel to it. Her 5th single “Tōkutemo feat. Wise" was released as a full-track digital song (Chaku Uta Full) on March 11, 2009. The physical CD was released on March 18, 2009. It is her first physical single to enter the top 50 in the Japanese Oricon single charts. Wise’s digital single “Aenakutemo feat. Kana Nishino” debuted at #9 on the RIAJ Digital Track Chart.[1]

Nishino released her 6th single “Kimi ni Aitaku Naru Kara" on June 3, 2009. The single hit number 14 on the Oricon weekly single charting, being her best single release of the six. The digital version of the single debuted at #5 on the RIAJ Digital Track Chart.[2]

Her album Love One. was released on June 24, 2009, and features all six singles, a b-side, “Celtic”, a pro and epilogue (featuring “kirari”), along with five completely unreleased songs: “doll” (track 3), “Girlfriend” (track 4), “Kimi no Koe o feat. Verbal (m-flo)” (track 5), “Life goes on…” (track 7), and “candy” (track 9). “Kimi no Koe o feat. Verbal (m-flo)” reached number 5 on the Recochoku weekly ranking, which shows digital download sales.

Nishino released her seventh single “Motto…”. The full-track ringtone digital download of the song began on October 14 and the physical CD was released on October 21, 2009. The song debuted at the #1 spot on the RIAJ Digital Track Chart.[3] She released the double A-side single “Dear…/Maybe" on December 2, 2009. After releasing two more singles "Best Friend" and "Aitakute Aitakute,” she will release her second album To Love on June 23, 2010. (

 Dorama Yankee-kun to Megane-chan (ヤンキー君 とメガネちゃん )

  • Title: ヤンキー君とメガネちゃん
  • Title (romaji): Yankee-kun to Megane-chan
  • Also known as: Flunk Punk Rumble
  • Format: Renzoku
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Episodes: TBA
  • Broadcast network: TBS
  • Broadcast period: 2010-Apr-23 start
  • Air time: Friday 22:00 
  • Theme song: Loose Leaf by Hilcrhyme


Shinagawa Daichi used to be a good student who has now become a delinquent, while class president Adachi Hana was a delinquent who is now trying to move on. Her secret is discovered by Shinagawa, but she involves herself trying to correct his ways.

Shinagawa Daichi adalah seorang siswa yang baik namun berubah menjadi pembuat ulah, sementara wakil siswa Adachi Hana adalah seorang yg dulunya pembuat ulah kini berusaha untuk berubah. Sebuah rahasia Hana diketahui Shinagawa, tapi dia malah melibatkan dirinya untuk memperbaiki jalan yang diambil Shinagawa.


     Harimiya Hiroki as Shinagawa Daichi


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