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Tokyo Girl (東京少女) is a Japanese television drama series that aired on BS-TBS from April 5, 2008 to March 28, 2009.
Tokyo Girl (東京女子図鑑), or Tôkyô Joshi Zukan, is a Japanese television drama series that aired in 2016–2017, written and directed by Yuki Tanada. The show was streamed on Amazon Prime starting in 2018.
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Fuji Television Network, Inc. is a Japanese television station based in Odaiba, Minato, Tokyo, Japan, also known as Fuji TV or CX, based on the station's call sign "JOCX-DTV". It is the flagship station of the Fuji News Network (FNN) and the Fuji Network System.
Takuya Kimura , also known as Kimutaku, is a Japanese actor, singer, radio personality. He is regarded as a Japanese icon after achieving success as an actor. He was also a popular member of SMAP, one of the best-selling boy bands in Asia.
Yūko Takeuchi is a Japanese actress. She made her big break with NHK's Asadora television series Asuka and JT Green's commercial. She has gone on to star in many TV shows, movies, and commercials.
Keiko Kitagawa is a Japanese actress and former model. She was an exclusive model for the Japanese Seventeen magazine from late 2003 to mid-2006, and quit modeling when she left the magazine. Her first acting role was Sailor Mars in the Sailor Moon live action show Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon (2003-2004), and after her role in the film Mamiya Kyōdai, she left modeling to concentrate on acting. She has appeared in several films, including The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006) and Handsome Suit (2008), and has played leading roles in the TV Dramas Mop Girl (2007), Homeroom on the Beachside (2008), Buzzer Beat (2009), Lady Saigo no Hanzai Profile (2011), and Akumu-chan (2012).
Rie Tomosaka is a Japanese actress and pop star from Mitaka-shi, Tokyo, born on October 12, 1979 in Nagano-shi, Nagano. She works for Itoh Company. From 1996 to 1997, she has also released music under the name Eri Sakatomo .
Masami Nagasawa is a Japanese actress and model. Nagasawa has won several Japanese acting awards, including a Japan Academy Prize, a Mainichi Film Award and a Blue Ribbon Award.
Aya Hirayama is a Japanese actress who has appeared in various films including Waterboys (2001). Hirayama was born in Kuroiso, Tochigi, Japan which is now part of Nasushiobara.
Nodame Cantabile is a manga by Tomoko Ninomiya. It was serialized in Japan by Kodansha in the magazine Kiss from July 2001 to October 2009 and collected in 23 tankōbon volumes. A two-volume sequel, called Nodame Cantabile: Opera Chapter, which began serialization in the December 2009 issue of Kiss, was released in 2010. It is licensed in North America by Del Rey Manga. The series depicts the relationship between two aspiring classical musicians, Megumi "Nodame" Noda and Shinichi Chiaki, as university students and after graduation. It received the 2004 Kodansha Manga Award for best shōjo manga.
Ryoko Yonekura is a Japanese actress and former fashion model best known for her role in the Japanese medical drama Doctor-X.
Tokyo Metropolitan Television Broadcasting Corporation is a television station in Tokyo, Japan. It is the only television station that exclusively serves the city. It competes with Nippon Television, TV Asahi, NHK, Tokyo Broadcasting System, TV Tokyo, and Fuji Television, all of which are flagship stations of national networks. Tokyo MX was founded on April 30, 1993, and broadcasts commenced on November 1, 1995. Shareholders include the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Tokyo FM Broadcasting, and others.
Juri Ueno is a Japanese actress. She first gained recognition in the 2005 film Swing Girls where she was a recipient of Newcomer of the Year prize at the Japanese Academy Awards. Ueno achieved mainstream success for playing the titular role in the live-action adaptations of manga Nodame Cantabile for which she won Best Lead Actress at the 51st Television Drama Academy Awards in 2007. She further gained acclaim with her role in the television series Last Friends for which she won Best Supporting Actress at the Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix and the 57th Television Drama Academy Awards in 2008.
Ryo Nishikido is a Japanese idol, singer and actor under the management of Johnny & Associates. He is a member of Japanese boy band Kanjani Eight and a former member of Japanese idol group News.
Haruka Tomatsu is a Japanese actress, voice actress and singer, employed by Music Ray'n. Tomatsu made her voice acting debut in 2007, and is known for her roles as Asuna in Sword Art Online, Mileina Vashti in Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Second Season, Aoba Tsukishima in Cross Game, Saki Rukino in Valvrave the Liberator, Lala Satalin Deviluke in To Love-Ru, Zero Two in Darling in the Franxx, and Haru Okumura in Persona 5. She received the Rookie of the Year award at the 3rd Seiyu Awards in 2009, and the Synergy Award at the 9th Seiyu Awards in 2015.
Yumi Sugimoto is a Japanese model, actress, gravure idol and singer. She is currently under contract with the talent agency fauvism entertainment.
Urakara, often stylized as URAKARA is a Japanese television drama series from TV Tokyo, first shown in Japan from 14 January 2011.
TV Asahi Corporation , also known as EX and Tele-Asa , is a Japanese television network with its headquarters in Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo, Japan. The company also owns All-Nippon News Network.
Yuki Furukawa is a Japanese actor, supermodel, guitarist and break dancer. He gained popularity as Naoki Irie in the 2013 television series Mischievous Kiss: Love in Tokyo and its sequel, Mischievous Kiss 2: Love in Tokyo.
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