Tagged: hikari mitsushima
A masterless samurai stricken by poverty requests to commit Seppuku, but before he does the deed, he’s told the story of a young samurai who came for the same reason and ended up slashing his stomach for his misdeed.
Well, there’s been a spring of Kanae Minato book adaptations, this time around with Canaries of the North or The Northern Canaries (北のカナリアたち, Kita no KANARIAtachi), following an elementary school teacher who returns to the northern tip of Hokkaido after 20 years since the disappearance of one of her students.
The event of the week is the beginning of the Shanghai International Film Festival, starting on June 16th and ending the 24th, showcasing a broad variety of films… including A LOT of Japanese films in its different programs.
Greetings, YAMMies! We are on the third part of my Japanese entertainment journey of a series on the Banana views on Asian entertainment.
Kaitakushatachi, or simply The Pioneers, is a drama commemorating the 40th anniversary of diplomatic ties between China and Japan.
The 22nd edition of the Stockholm Film Festival was all about love. Love for movies, love for art as well as movies about love. Boasting over 170 movies from 44 countries, there was always something to watch for everyone.
Akunin is a crime drama, however, unlike the crimes we’re used to watching, this has little to do with finding out who did it and more about why this person did it.
Love Exposure is the epic love story of a pervert who meets the perfect pair of panties.
The YAM Magazine team is scattered all over the world, and all of them have a varied taste in films, so we asked them about the films they have watched — somehow, you don’t wanna know — and which ones deserve to be released outside their country of origin.
Based on the novel by Ito Ogawa, Rinco’s Restaurant follows Noriko as she opens a restaurant called Snail Restaurant, in which she prepares food for one table a day.