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Shochiku Home Video MAEDA YOUICHI KANTOKU SAKUHIN SELECTION (Japan Version) at 720.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video CLOSING THE RING (Japan Version) at 292.00 HKD from YesAsia
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HK$ 292.00
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Shochiku Home Video TOMICA HERO RESCUE FORCE VOL.8 (Japan Version) at 222.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video TOMICA HERO RESCUE FORCE VOL.8 (Japan Version)
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TOMICA HERO RESCUE FORCE VOL.8 (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video OSS 117: LE CAIRE NID D`ESPIONS (Japan Version) at 292.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video OSS 117: LE CAIRE NID D`ESPIONS (Japan Version)
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OSS 117: LE CAIRE NID D`ESPIONS (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video PANDAFUL LIFE (Japan Version) at 292.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video PANDAFUL LIFE (Japan Version)
HK$ 292.00
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Shochiku Home Video EVERY LITTLE STEP - THE JOURNEY OF A PHENOMENON. A CHORUS LINE- PREMIUM EDITION (Japan Version) at 354.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video EVERY LITTLE STEP - THE JOURNEY OF A PHENOMENON. A CHORUS LINE- PREMIUM EDITION (Japan Version)
HK$ 354.00
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EVERY LITTLE STEP - THE JOURNEY OF A PHENOMENON. A CHORUS LINE- PREMIUM EDITION (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video JOURNEY TO THE END OF THE NIGHT (Japan Version) at 292.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video JOURNEY TO THE END OF THE NIGHT (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video TOMICA HERO RESCUE FORCE VOL.11 (Japan Version) at 222.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video TOMICA HERO RESCUE FORCE VOL.11 (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video [HAITATUSARENAI 3TSU NO TEGAMI]+[FUKUSHU SURU WA WARE NI ARI] (Japan Version) at 489.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video [HAITATUSARENAI 3TSU NO TEGAMI]+[FUKUSHU SURU WA WARE NI ARI] (Japan Version)
HK$ 489.00
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[HAITATUSARENAI 3TSU NO TEGAMI]+[FUKUSHU SURU WA WARE NI ARI] (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video [AN AUTMN AFTERNOON]+[SEPPUKU] (Japan Version) at 489.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video [AN AUTMN AFTERNOON]+[SEPPUKU] (Japan Version)
HK$ 489.00
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[AN AUTMN AFTERNOON]+[SEPPUKU] (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video [24 NO HITOMI]+[IZU NO ODORIKO] (Japan Version) at 489.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video [24 NO HITOMI]+[IZU NO ODORIKO] (Japan Version)
HK$ 489.00
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[24 NO HITOMI]+[IZU NO ODORIKO] (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video [TOKYO MONOGATARI]+[KIMI NO NA HA DAI 1 BU] (Japan Version) at 489.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video [TOKYO MONOGATARI]+[KIMI NO NA HA DAI 1 BU] (Japan Version)
HK$ 489.00
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[TOKYO MONOGATARI]+[KIMI NO NA HA DAI 1 BU] (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video Toukiyouboshiyoku at 292.00 HKD from YesAsia
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HK$ 292.00
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Shochiku Home Video Fuufu at 1408.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Fuufu
HK$ 1,408.00
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Shochiku Home Video TOSA NO IPPONZURI (Japan Version) at 222.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video TOSA NO IPPONZURI (Japan Version)
HK$ 222.00
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Shochiku Home Video MURISHINJU NIHON NO NATSU (Japan Version) at 292.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video MURISHINJU NIHON NO NATSU (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video OZU NO AKI (Japan Version) at 292.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video OZU NO AKI (Japan Version)
HK$ 292.00
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Shochiku Home Video Hachiko: A Dog's Story (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 354.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Hachiko: A Dog's Story (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
HK$ 354.00
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Hachiko: A Dog's Story (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video About Her Brother (AKA: Ototo) (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 354.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video About Her Brother (AKA: Ototo) (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
HK$ 354.00
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After a series of period films, 78-year-old legendary director Yamada Yoji returns to a contemporary story for the first time in a decade with About Her Brother, the closing film of the 60th Berlin International Film Festival. Stars Yoshinaga Sayuri (Year One in the North) and Tsurube Shofukutei (Dear Doctor) reunite with Yamada after Kabei - Our Mother in this unabashedly old-fashioned melodrama about family love and the sacrifices made in its name. Ginko (Yoshinaga Sayuri) seems to be living the good life: She's the respectable owner of a neighborhood drug store in Tokyo, and her daughter Kaharu (Aoi Yu) is about to get married to a doctor. However, Koharu's wedding day also brings homes Ginko's younger brother Tetsuro (Tsurube Shofukutei), a failed actor and a hard drinker who shows up causing trouble. Having covered for him all her life, Ginko is ready to disown her burdensome younger brother, but some things are easier said than done. Blu-ray Edition comes with Berlin International Film Festival screening documentary and trailers.
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After a series of period films, 78-year-old legendary director Yamada Yoji returns to a contemporary story for the first time in a decade with About Her Brother, the closing film of the 60th Berlin International Film Festival. Stars Yoshinaga Sayuri (Year One in the North) and Tsurube Shofukutei (Dear Doctor) reunite with Yamada after Kabei - Our Mother in this unabashedly old-fashioned melodrama about family love and the sacrifices made in its name. Ginko (Yoshinaga Sayuri) seems to be living the good life: She's the respectable owner of a neighborhood drug store in Tokyo, and her daughter Kaharu (Aoi Yu) is about to get married to a doctor. However, Koharu's wedding day also brings homes Ginko's younger brother Tetsuro (Tsurube Shofukutei), a failed actor and a hard drinker who shows up causing trouble. Having covered for him all her life, Ginko is ready to disown her burdensome younger brother, but some things are easier said than done. Blu-ray Edition comes with Berlin International Film Festival screening documentary and trailers.
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Shochiku Home Video Umoregi (Japan Version) at 354.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Umoregi (Japan Version)
HK$ 354.00
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What secrets lie deep in the buried forest? Veteran filmmaker Oguri Kohei, the director of such films as The Sting of Death and Sleeping Man, helms The Buried Forest (a.k.a. Umoregi), one of a select group of Japanese films entered in competition at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival. With a cinematic look seemingly pulled straight from yesteryear, the film kicks off by focusing on a high school girl named Machi (Karen). To break up the monotony of summer, Machi decides that she and her friends should have some fun and start telling each other stories. Machi begins the game by telling a story about a camel coming to town and, soon after, the other two girls join in, each weaving their own intriguing tales. In the meantime, the town rebel San-chan (Asano Tadanobu, from Last Life in the Universe and Ichi the Killer) spends his time cruising around town in his red sports car and hanging out with his biker punk pals. Even so, the wildest thing they've ever done is hold up the town's sole convenience store. Then there's the package from Brazil that holds an enormous egg that supposedly came from a beast that's been extinct for years. And what of the old woman (Sakamoto Sumiko) who's being sent to a nursing home while hoping for a cure for her ailments? Even stranger, thanks to a torrential rainfall, the villagers discover an underground cavern containing fossilized trees buried in a volcanic eruption. How will all these seemingly unrelated narrative strands be tied together? Find out in The Buried Forest, Oguri Kohei's beautiful, masterfully crafted motion picture!
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What secrets lie deep in the buried forest? Veteran filmmaker Oguri Kohei, the director of such films as The Sting of Death and Sleeping Man, helms The Buried Forest (a.k.a. Umoregi), one of a select group of Japanese films entered in competition at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival. With a cinematic look seemingly pulled straight from yesteryear, the film kicks off by focusing on a high school girl named Machi (Karen). To break up the monotony of summer, Machi decides that she and her friends should have some fun and start telling each other stories. Machi begins the game by telling a story about a camel coming to town and, soon after, the other two girls join in, each weaving their own intriguing tales. In the meantime, the town rebel San-chan (Asano Tadanobu, from Last Life in the Universe and Ichi the Killer) spends his time cruising around town in his red sports car and hanging out with his biker punk pals. Even so, the wildest thing they've ever done is hold up the town's sole convenience store. Then there's the package from Brazil that holds an enormous egg that supposedly came from a beast that's been extinct for years. And what of the old woman (Sakamoto Sumiko) who's being sent to a nursing home while hoping for a cure for her ailments? Even stranger, thanks to a torrential rainfall, the villagers discover an underground cavern containing fossilized trees buried in a volcanic eruption. How will all these seemingly unrelated narrative strands be tied together? Find out in The Buried Forest, Oguri Kohei's beautiful, masterfully crafted motion picture!
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Shochiku Home Video Madan Senki Ryukendo 6 (Japan Version) at 432.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Madan Senki Ryukendo 6 (Japan Version)
HK$ 432.00
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Madan Senki Ryukendo 6 (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video Yoiko Live 2006 Warawanakutemo Eenyade (Japan Version) at 292.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Yoiko Live 2006 Warawanakutemo Eenyade (Japan Version)
HK$ 292.00
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Yoiko Live 2006 Warawanakutemo Eenyade (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video Tenka Soran Tokugawa Sandai no Inbo DVD Box (Japan Version) at 1154.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Tenka Soran Tokugawa Sandai no Inbo DVD Box (Japan Version)
HK$ 1,154.00
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Tenka Soran Tokugawa Sandai no Inbo DVD Box (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video SHOCHIKU-GEINO LIVE VOL.7 AMERICA ZARIGANI SHINRYAKU TO AI (Japan Version) at 257.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video SHOCHIKU-GEINO LIVE VOL.7 AMERICA ZARIGANI SHINRYAKU TO AI (Japan Version)
HK$ 257.00
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SHOCHIKU-GEINO LIVE VOL.7 AMERICA ZARIGANI SHINRYAKU TO AI (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video Madan Senki Ryukendo 4 (Japan Version) at 432.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Madan Senki Ryukendo 4 (Japan Version)
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Madan Senki Ryukendo 4 (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video Kiyoshi Shigematsu Aisai Nikki yori - Kyoen (Japan Version) at 292.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Kiyoshi Shigematsu Aisai Nikki yori - Kyoen (Japan Version)
HK$ 292.00
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Kiyoshi Shigematsu Aisai Nikki yori - Kyoen (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video Gion no Kyodai (Japan Version) at 354.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Gion no Kyodai (Japan Version)
HK$ 354.00
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Shochiku Home Video Tokyo Friends The Movie (Normal Edition) (Japan Version) at 224.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Tokyo Friends The Movie (Normal Edition) (Japan Version)
HK$ 224.00
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Pop singer Otsuka Ai made her acting debut in June 2005 with the drama series Tokyo Friends. Released only on DVD, the five-episode urban drama about four young women was a huge hit despite never being broadcast on television. The final episode of the drama left many loose ends, and fans immediately clamored for a sequel. The story is now continued with Tokyo Friends The Movie! Small-town girl Rei (Otsuka Ai) moves to the big city to pursue her dreams. In Tokyo, she finds work at a pub and befriends the three other girls who work there, Maki (Kobayashi Mao), Ryoko (Makimura Yoko), and Hirono (Matsumoto Rio). At the invitation of Takashi (Eita, Summer Time Machine Blues), Rei becomes the lead vocalist for the band Sakaban. Takashi and Rei grow closer as they strive for their musical dreams together, but their relationship becomes strained when Takashi moves to a different band and later disappears. Determined to continue singing, Rei and Sakaban slowly make their mark in the music scene. One day, Rei receives news that Takashi was seen in New York and she decides to go look for him...
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Pop singer Otsuka Ai made her acting debut in June 2005 with the drama series Tokyo Friends. Released only on DVD, the five-episode urban drama about four young women was a huge hit despite never being broadcast on television. The final episode of the drama left many loose ends, and fans immediately clamored for a sequel. The story is now continued with Tokyo Friends The Movie! Small-town girl Rei (Otsuka Ai) moves to the big city to pursue her dreams. In Tokyo, she finds work at a pub and befriends the three other girls who work there, Maki (Kobayashi Mao), Ryoko (Makimura Yoko), and Hirono (Matsumoto Rio). At the invitation of Takashi (Eita, Summer Time Machine Blues), Rei becomes the lead vocalist for the band Sakaban. Takashi and Rei grow closer as they strive for their musical dreams together, but their relationship becomes strained when Takashi moves to a different band and later disappears. Determined to continue singing, Rei and Sakaban slowly make their mark in the music scene. One day, Rei receives news that Takashi was seen in New York and she decides to go look for him...
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Shochiku Home Video Kenkaku Shobai - 3rd Series 2-volume Set (Japan Version) at 578.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Kenkaku Shobai - 3rd Series 2-volume Set (Japan Version)
HK$ 578.00
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Kenkaku Shobai - 3rd Series 2-volume Set (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video From Kiyoshi Shigematsu Aisai Nikki - Source no Kobin (Japan Version) at 292.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video From Kiyoshi Shigematsu Aisai Nikki - Source no Kobin (Japan Version)
HK$ 292.00
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From Kiyoshi Shigematsu Aisai Nikki - Source no Kobin (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video Madan Senki Ryukendo (Vol.12) (Japan Version) at 432.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Madan Senki Ryukendo (Vol.12) (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video Tenshi no Tamago (Angel's Egg) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version) at 292.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Tenshi no Tamago (Angel's Egg) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version)
HK$ 292.00
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Is the person by your side really the one you love? Since the success of films like Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World and Be With You, Japanese filmmakers and moviegoers have been particularly fond of the pure, tragic love story. Director Togashi Shin (Night of the Shooting Stars) offers another touching entry into the romance genre with Tenshi no Tamago, a.k.a. Angel's Egg, starring screen idols Konishi Manami (Udon) and Sawajiri Erika (1 Litre of Tears) and talented young actor Ichihara Hayato (All About Lily Chou-Chou). Based on an award-winning novel by Murayama Yuka, Tenshi no Tamago is a heartwrenching tale of youth and yearning, and following one's heart, no matter the cost. Nineteen-year-old Ayuta (Ichihara Hayato) is an aspiring artist studying to retake his university entrance exams. His girlfriend Natsuki (Sawajiri Erika) has already entered university. In everyone's eyes, Natsuki and Ayata seem like the perfect couple. One day, Ayuta sees a beautiful woman (Konishi Manami) on the train, and falls in love with her at first sight. A few days later, he visits his hospitalized father, and discovers that the woman on the train is not only his father's new doctor but also Natsuki's older sister, Haruhi. Already scarred from past relationships, Haruhi cannot possibly accept someone eight years younger than her. And yet Ayuta's determination slowly opens her heart to new possibilities...
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Is the person by your side really the one you love? Since the success of films like Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World and Be With You, Japanese filmmakers and moviegoers have been particularly fond of the pure, tragic love story. Director Togashi Shin (Night of the Shooting Stars) offers another touching entry into the romance genre with Tenshi no Tamago, a.k.a. Angel's Egg, starring screen idols Konishi Manami (Udon) and Sawajiri Erika (1 Litre of Tears) and talented young actor Ichihara Hayato (All About Lily Chou-Chou). Based on an award-winning novel by Murayama Yuka, Tenshi no Tamago is a heartwrenching tale of youth and yearning, and following one's heart, no matter the cost. Nineteen-year-old Ayuta (Ichihara Hayato) is an aspiring artist studying to retake his university entrance exams. His girlfriend Natsuki (Sawajiri Erika) has already entered university. In everyone's eyes, Natsuki and Ayata seem like the perfect couple. One day, Ayuta sees a beautiful woman (Konishi Manami) on the train, and falls in love with her at first sight. A few days later, he visits his hospitalized father, and discovers that the woman on the train is not only his father's new doctor but also Natsuki's older sister, Haruhi. Already scarred from past relationships, Haruhi cannot possibly accept someone eight years younger than her. And yet Ayuta's determination slowly opens her heart to new possibilities...
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Shochiku Home Video MADAN SENKI RYUKENDO VOLUME13 (Japan Version) at 432.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video MADAN SENKI RYUKENDO VOLUME13 (Japan Version)
HK$ 432.00
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MADAN SENKI RYUKENDO VOLUME13 (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video Love and Honor Special Edition (First Press Limited Edition) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version) at 489.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Love and Honor Special Edition (First Press Limited Edition) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version)
HK$ 489.00
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Renowned director Yamada Yoji brings his acclaimed samurai trilogy to a beautiful close with Love and Honor (a.k.a. Bushi no Ichibun). Like Twilight Samurai and Hidden Blade, Love and Honor is based on the works of Fujisawa Shuhei, and the story follows a familiar arc, portraying a samurai's struggle for honor in the face of harrowing challenges. While his previous two films were helmed by screen veterans Sanada Hiroyuki and Nagase Masatoshi, for Love and Honor Yamada chose pop icon Kimura Takuya as the film's star. The casting initially drew skepticism as, though Kimura had appeared in many television dramas, he had little film experience. Kimura, however, made the role his own, delivering a career-defining performance. Under Yamada's assured hand, the rich aesthetics and restrained acting give way to an increasingly emotional and intense story that culminates with a gripping sword duel. Winning both at the box office and with critics, Love and Honor just might be the best of the trilogy. Though he is of low rank with modest means, young samurai Mimura Shinnojo (Kimura Takuya) has a fairly happy and stable life with his loving wife Kayo (Dan Rei). All this comes crashing down, however, when Shinnojo, as the lord's food taster, eats poisoned shellfish and becomes blind. Distressed by his inability to support the household, he turns violent and resentful, and even considers ending his own life to redeem his name. At the urging of unsympathetic relatives, Kayo seeks the assistance of captain Shimada Toya (Bando Mitsugoro), who uses his influence to help Shinnojo retain his income and rank. As the rumors begin to get louder, Shinnojo becomes increasingly troubled that he may be losing his wife and honor to another man... The three-disc Special Edition comes with a booklet, a swordplay instruction guide, and 180 minutes of special features including: Making Of Swordplay Documentary Deleted Scene Promotional Footage Award-winning Footage Interview with Kimura Takuya
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Renowned director Yamada Yoji brings his acclaimed samurai trilogy to a beautiful close with Love and Honor (a.k.a. Bushi no Ichibun). Like Twilight Samurai and Hidden Blade, Love and Honor is based on the works of Fujisawa Shuhei, and the story follows a familiar arc, portraying a samurai's struggle for honor in the face of harrowing challenges. While his previous two films were helmed by screen veterans Sanada Hiroyuki and Nagase Masatoshi, for Love and Honor Yamada chose pop icon Kimura Takuya as the film's star. The casting initially drew skepticism as, though Kimura had appeared in many television dramas, he had little film experience. Kimura, however, made the role his own, delivering a career-defining performance. Under Yamada's assured hand, the rich aesthetics and restrained acting give way to an increasingly emotional and intense story that culminates with a gripping sword duel. Winning both at the box office and with critics, Love and Honor just might be the best of the trilogy. Though he is of low rank with modest means, young samurai Mimura Shinnojo (Kimura Takuya) has a fairly happy and stable life with his loving wife Kayo (Dan Rei). All this comes crashing down, however, when Shinnojo, as the lord's food taster, eats poisoned shellfish and becomes blind. Distressed by his inability to support the household, he turns violent and resentful, and even considers ending his own life to redeem his name. At the urging of unsympathetic relatives, Kayo seeks the assistance of captain Shimada Toya (Bando Mitsugoro), who uses his influence to help Shinnojo retain his income and rank. As the rumors begin to get louder, Shinnojo becomes increasingly troubled that he may be losing his wife and honor to another man... The three-disc Special Edition comes with a booklet, a swordplay instruction guide, and 180 minutes of special features including: Making Of Swordplay Documentary Deleted Scene Promotional Footage Award-winning Footage Interview with Kimura Takuya
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Shochiku Home Video Love and Honor (English Subtitled) (Japan Version) at 292.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Love and Honor (English Subtitled) (Japan Version)
HK$ 292.00
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Renowned director Yamada Yoji brings his acclaimed samurai trilogy to a beautiful close with Love and Honor (a.k.a. Bushi no Ichibun). Like Twilight Samurai and Hidden Blade, Love and Honor is based on the works of Fujisawa Shuhei, and the story follows a familiar arc, portraying a samurai's struggle for honor in the face of harrowing challenges. While his previous two films were helmed by screen veterans Sanada Hiroyuki and Nagase Masatoshi, for Love and Honor Yamada chose pop icon Kimura Takuya as the film's star. The casting initially drew skepticism as, though Kimura had appeared in many television dramas, he had little film experience. Kimura, however, made the role his own, delivering a career-defining performance. Under Yamada's assured hand, the rich aesthetics and restrained acting give way to an increasingly emotional and intense story that culminates with a gripping sword duel. Winning both at the box office and with critics, Love and Honor just might be the best of the trilogy. Though he is of low rank with modest means, young samurai Mimura Shinnojo (Kimura Takuya) has a fairly happy and stable life with his loving wife Kayo (Dan Rei). All this comes crashing down, however, when Shinnojo, as the lord's food taster, eats poisoned shellfish and becomes blind. Distressed by his inability to support the household, he turns violent and resentful, and even considers ending his own life to redeem his name. At the urging of unsympathetic relatives, Kayo seeks the assistance of captain Shimada Toya (Bando Mitsugoro), who uses his influence to help Shinnojo retain his income and rank. As the rumors begin to get louder, Shinnojo becomes increasingly troubled that he may be losing his wife and honor to another man...
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Renowned director Yamada Yoji brings his acclaimed samurai trilogy to a beautiful close with Love and Honor (a.k.a. Bushi no Ichibun). Like Twilight Samurai and Hidden Blade, Love and Honor is based on the works of Fujisawa Shuhei, and the story follows a familiar arc, portraying a samurai's struggle for honor in the face of harrowing challenges. While his previous two films were helmed by screen veterans Sanada Hiroyuki and Nagase Masatoshi, for Love and Honor Yamada chose pop icon Kimura Takuya as the film's star. The casting initially drew skepticism as, though Kimura had appeared in many television dramas, he had little film experience. Kimura, however, made the role his own, delivering a career-defining performance. Under Yamada's assured hand, the rich aesthetics and restrained acting give way to an increasingly emotional and intense story that culminates with a gripping sword duel. Winning both at the box office and with critics, Love and Honor just might be the best of the trilogy. Though he is of low rank with modest means, young samurai Mimura Shinnojo (Kimura Takuya) has a fairly happy and stable life with his loving wife Kayo (Dan Rei). All this comes crashing down, however, when Shinnojo, as the lord's food taster, eats poisoned shellfish and becomes blind. Distressed by his inability to support the household, he turns violent and resentful, and even considers ending his own life to redeem his name. At the urging of unsympathetic relatives, Kayo seeks the assistance of captain Shimada Toya (Bando Mitsugoro), who uses his influence to help Shinnojo retain his income and rank. As the rumors begin to get louder, Shinnojo becomes increasingly troubled that he may be losing his wife and honor to another man...
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Shochiku Home Video Wanaotoko at 292.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video The Twilight Samurai (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 354.00 HKD from YesAsia
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The first film in Yamada Yoji's acclaimed samurai trilogy, The Twilight Samurai presents a touching cinematic masterpiece about love and agony starring Sanada Hiroyuki (The Last Samurai) and Miyazawa Rie. Yamada Yoji has made every effort to display the complexities of the ancient Japanese culture and the art of sword fighting, which becomes obvious in this monumental movie whose plot is based on three short stories from popular novelist Fujisawa Shuhei. Sanada Hiroyuki plays a swordsman who has to take care of his two daughters after his wife has passed away from lung disease. As he does not engage in drinking and other merry activities, he is sneeringly nicknamed "Twilight Samurai" by his peers. Miyazawa Rie portrays his love interest, a beautiful woman with a strong will from the family of his best friend. The two protagonists become mutually attracted, but fate does not seem to be on their sides.
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The first film in Yamada Yoji's acclaimed samurai trilogy, The Twilight Samurai presents a touching cinematic masterpiece about love and agony starring Sanada Hiroyuki (The Last Samurai) and Miyazawa Rie. Yamada Yoji has made every effort to display the complexities of the ancient Japanese culture and the art of sword fighting, which becomes obvious in this monumental movie whose plot is based on three short stories from popular novelist Fujisawa Shuhei. Sanada Hiroyuki plays a swordsman who has to take care of his two daughters after his wife has passed away from lung disease. As he does not engage in drinking and other merry activities, he is sneeringly nicknamed "Twilight Samurai" by his peers. Miyazawa Rie portrays his love interest, a beautiful woman with a strong will from the family of his best friend. The two protagonists become mutually attracted, but fate does not seem to be on their sides.
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Shochiku Home Video The Hidden Blade (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 354.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video About Her Brother (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 263.00 HKD from YesAsia
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After a series of period films, 78-year-old legendary director Yamada Yoji returns to a contemporary story for the first time in a decade with About Her Brother, the closing film of the 60th Berlin International Film Festival. Stars Yoshinaga Sayuri (Year One in the North) and Tsurube Shofukutei (Dear Doctor) reunite with Yamada after Kabei - Our Mother in this unabashedly old-fashioned melodrama about family love and the sacrifices made in its name. Ginko (Yoshinaga Sayuri) seems to be living the good life: She's the respectable owner of a neighborhood drug store in Tokyo, and her daughter Kaharu (Aoi Yu) is about to get married to a doctor. However, Koharu's wedding day also brings homes Ginko's younger brother Tetsuro (Tsurube Shofukutei), a failed actor and a hard drinker who shows up causing trouble. Having covered for him all her life, Ginko is ready to disown her burdensome younger brother, but some things are easier said than done.
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After a series of period films, 78-year-old legendary director Yamada Yoji returns to a contemporary story for the first time in a decade with About Her Brother, the closing film of the 60th Berlin International Film Festival. Stars Yoshinaga Sayuri (Year One in the North) and Tsurube Shofukutei (Dear Doctor) reunite with Yamada after Kabei - Our Mother in this unabashedly old-fashioned melodrama about family love and the sacrifices made in its name. Ginko (Yoshinaga Sayuri) seems to be living the good life: She's the respectable owner of a neighborhood drug store in Tokyo, and her daughter Kaharu (Aoi Yu) is about to get married to a doctor. However, Koharu's wedding day also brings homes Ginko's younger brother Tetsuro (Tsurube Shofukutei), a failed actor and a hard drinker who shows up causing trouble. Having covered for him all her life, Ginko is ready to disown her burdensome younger brother, but some things are easier said than done.
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Shochiku Home Video Wolf Cop (Japan Version) at 257.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video Nagasaki: Memories of My Son (Blu-ray) (Deluxe Edition) (Japan Version) at 520.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Director Yamada Yoji reunites with Yoshinaga Sayuri, the star of About Her Brother and Kabei - Our Mother, for the poignant drama Nagasaki: Memories of My Son set in postwar Nagasaki. The veteran actress plays a midwife who lost her son three years ago during the atomic bombing. On the day she tells herself it's time to let him go, her son suddenly appears again to reminisce about their times together. Arashi member Ninomiya Kazunari (Letters from Iwo Jima) won Best Actor at the 39th Japan Academy Prize for his portrayal of the son. Kuroki Haru (Little House) and Asano Tadanobu (Kabei - Our Mother) also co-star in this moving examination of familial love, the pain of loss, and the indelible effects of war. This edition comes with a bonus disc of special features and a 24-page booklet.
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Director Yamada Yoji reunites with Yoshinaga Sayuri, the star of About Her Brother and Kabei - Our Mother, for the poignant drama Nagasaki: Memories of My Son set in postwar Nagasaki. The veteran actress plays a midwife who lost her son three years ago during the atomic bombing. On the day she tells herself it's time to let him go, her son suddenly appears again to reminisce about their times together. Arashi member Ninomiya Kazunari (Letters from Iwo Jima) won Best Actor at the 39th Japan Academy Prize for his portrayal of the son. Kuroki Haru (Little House) and Asano Tadanobu (Kabei - Our Mother) also co-star in this moving examination of familial love, the pain of loss, and the indelible effects of war. This edition comes with a bonus disc of special features and a 24-page booklet.
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Shochiku Home Video Burying The Ex (Japan Version) at 257.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video COOTIES (Japan Version) at 257.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video What A Wonderful Family! (Blu-ray) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version) at 360.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video What A Wonderful Family! (Blu-ray) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version)
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From 1969 to 1995, Yamada Yoji directed an iconic series of films titled Otoko wa Tsurai yo (a.k.a. It's Tough Being a Man) about a traveling salesman and his never-ending difficulties with love. The director shows that relationships don't get any easier with time in his 2016 film What a Wonderful Family! (a.k.a. Kazoku wa Tsurai yo). Yamada reunites the cast of Tokyo Family including Hashizume Isao, Yoshiyuki Kazuko, Tsumabuki Satoshi, Aoi Yu, Nishimura Masahiko, Natsukawa Yui, Hayashiya Shozo and Nakajima Tomoko for an astute, good-humored look into the dynamics of the modern family. Married for 50 years, Shuzo (Hashizume Isao) and Tomiko (Yoshiyuki Kazuko) live with their sons Konosuke (Nishimura Masahiko) and Shota (Tsumabuki Satoshi) as well as their daughter-in-law (Natsukawa Yui) and their grandchildren. With so many people under one roof, the house is constantly bustling with bicker and banter. On Tomiko's latest birthday, which Shuzo has as usual forgotten, she calmly asks him for a present: divorce.
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From 1969 to 1995, Yamada Yoji directed an iconic series of films titled Otoko wa Tsurai yo (a.k.a. It's Tough Being a Man) about a traveling salesman and his never-ending difficulties with love. The director shows that relationships don't get any easier with time in his 2016 film What a Wonderful Family! (a.k.a. Kazoku wa Tsurai yo). Yamada reunites the cast of Tokyo Family including Hashizume Isao, Yoshiyuki Kazuko, Tsumabuki Satoshi, Aoi Yu, Nishimura Masahiko, Natsukawa Yui, Hayashiya Shozo and Nakajima Tomoko for an astute, good-humored look into the dynamics of the modern family. Married for 50 years, Shuzo (Hashizume Isao) and Tomiko (Yoshiyuki Kazuko) live with their sons Konosuke (Nishimura Masahiko) and Shota (Tsumabuki Satoshi) as well as their daughter-in-law (Natsukawa Yui) and their grandchildren. With so many people under one roof, the house is constantly bustling with bicker and banter. On Tomiko's latest birthday, which Shuzo has as usual forgotten, she calmly asks him for a present: divorce.
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Shochiku Home Video Sannin Kichisa (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version) at 432.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video Automata (Japan Version) at 257.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video A Snake of June (Blu-ray) (HD Remastered Edition) (Japan Version) at 298.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video A Snake of June (Blu-ray) (HD Remastered Edition) (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video Three Stories of Love (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 360.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Three Stories of Love (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
HK$ 360.00
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Seven years after All Around Us, acclaimed writer-director Hashiguchi Ryosuke makes a welcome return with the raw and realistic human drama Three Stories of Love, which was nominated for Best Film at the 10th Asian Film Awards and selected as the Best Film of 2015 by the 89th Kinema Junpo Awards. Working with a main cast of mostly no-name actors selected through workshop auditions, Hashiguchi offers an acute examination of love, loneliness and alienation. As indicated by the title, the film weaves together a trio of stories about a grieving man (Shinohara Atsushi) overwhelmed by the murder of his wife, an elitist gay lawyer (Ikeda Ryo) with a miserable love life, and a housewife (Narushima Toko) stuck with an indifferent partner and an over-bearing mother-in-law.
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Seven years after All Around Us, acclaimed writer-director Hashiguchi Ryosuke makes a welcome return with the raw and realistic human drama Three Stories of Love, which was nominated for Best Film at the 10th Asian Film Awards and selected as the Best Film of 2015 by the 89th Kinema Junpo Awards. Working with a main cast of mostly no-name actors selected through workshop auditions, Hashiguchi offers an acute examination of love, loneliness and alienation. As indicated by the title, the film weaves together a trio of stories about a grieving man (Shinohara Atsushi) overwhelmed by the murder of his wife, an elitist gay lawyer (Ikeda Ryo) with a miserable love life, and a housewife (Narushima Toko) stuck with an indifferent partner and an over-bearing mother-in-law.
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Shochiku Home Video Musuko no Seishun / Magokoro (Japan Version) at 222.00 HKD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video Early Summer (Blu-ray) (Digitally Restored Edition) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version) at 360.00 HKD from YesAsia
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A delicate examination of generational differences and the changing roles of women in postwar Japan, Ozu Yasujiro's 1951 classic Early Summer stars Hara Setsuko (Tokyo Story) as 28-year-old Noriko who lives in Tokyo with her parents and her brother's family. A visiting uncle reminds the family that Noriko is already of marital age, and soon she begins to feel the pressure from her family to marry as socially expected. However, they may not like the choice she eventually makes.
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A delicate examination of generational differences and the changing roles of women in postwar Japan, Ozu Yasujiro's 1951 classic Early Summer stars Hara Setsuko (Tokyo Story) as 28-year-old Noriko who lives in Tokyo with her parents and her brother's family. A visiting uncle reminds the family that Noriko is already of marital age, and soon she begins to feel the pressure from her family to marry as socially expected. However, they may not like the choice she eventually makes.
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Shochiku Home Video The Magnificent Nine (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Japan Version) at 475.00 HKD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video The Magnificent Nine (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Japan Version)
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Back in 2010, Nakamura Yoshihiro directed A Boy and His Samurai, a comedy about a samurai who time travels to the present day. The eclectic filmmaker best known for mysteries likes The Inerasable and The Snow White Murder Case goes full period drama with The Magnificent Nine. Based on a novel by Isoda Michifumi, the ensemble comedy-drama rounds up both fresh faces and Nakamura's past leads to form his most star-studded cast yet that includes Abe Sadao, Eita, Tsumabuki Satoshi, Takeuchi Yuko, Matsuda Ryuhei, Yamazaki Tsutomu, Yuda Chibai and even Olympic gold medal figure skater Hanyu Yuzuru in his acting debut. Juzaburo (Abe Sadao) lives in an impoverished rural town where most of the residents struggle to get by due to the heavy taxes levied by the local government. Tea grower Tokuheiji (Eita), who has recently moved back to town, suggests loaning a large sum to the government and then using the interest to help the townspeople. Though Tokuheiji made the remark in jest, Juzaburo takes the idea to heart and puts the plan into action by pooling resources with other more well-off residents to raise money for the loan. As word spreads, more people join the scheme, including Juzaburo's estranged younger brother (Tsumabuki Satoshi), but the plan begins to balloon out of his control. This edition comes with a bonus DVD of special features.
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Back in 2010, Nakamura Yoshihiro directed A Boy and His Samurai, a comedy about a samurai who time travels to the present day. The eclectic filmmaker best known for mysteries likes The Inerasable and The Snow White Murder Case goes full period drama with The Magnificent Nine. Based on a novel by Isoda Michifumi, the ensemble comedy-drama rounds up both fresh faces and Nakamura's past leads to form his most star-studded cast yet that includes Abe Sadao, Eita, Tsumabuki Satoshi, Takeuchi Yuko, Matsuda Ryuhei, Yamazaki Tsutomu, Yuda Chibai and even Olympic gold medal figure skater Hanyu Yuzuru in his acting debut. Juzaburo (Abe Sadao) lives in an impoverished rural town where most of the residents struggle to get by due to the heavy taxes levied by the local government. Tea grower Tokuheiji (Eita), who has recently moved back to town, suggests loaning a large sum to the government and then using the interest to help the townspeople. Though Tokuheiji made the remark in jest, Juzaburo takes the idea to heart and puts the plan into action by pooling resources with other more well-off residents to raise money for the loan. As word spreads, more people join the scheme, including Juzaburo's estranged younger brother (Tsumabuki Satoshi), but the plan begins to balloon out of his control. This edition comes with a bonus DVD of special features.
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Based on a novel by Library Wars writer Arikawa Hiro, Evergreen Love pairs EXILE member Iwata Takanori (Crows Explode) and up-and-coming actress Takahata Mitsuki (Blue Spring Ride) in a warm and gentle urban love story. 23-year-old Sayaka lives alone in Tokyo and has nothing much going on in her life. One winter night, she finds a hungry young man, Itsuki, outside her apartment and she takes him in. In exchange, he teaches her about cooking and wild herbs, and a special bond forms between the two. The days pass happily for Sayaka as winter gives way to spring and summer. But then Itsuki suddenly disappears, leaving behind a letter and a secret. This edition comes with a bonus disc of special features.
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Based on a novel by Library Wars writer Arikawa Hiro, Evergreen Love pairs EXILE member Iwata Takanori (Crows Explode) and up-and-coming actress Takahata Mitsuki (Blue Spring Ride) in a warm and gentle urban love story. 23-year-old Sayaka lives alone in Tokyo and has nothing much going on in her life. One winter night, she finds a hungry young man, Itsuki, outside her apartment and she takes him in. In exchange, he teaches her about cooking and wild herbs, and a special bond forms between the two. The days pass happily for Sayaka as winter gives way to spring and summer. But then Itsuki suddenly disappears, leaving behind a letter and a secret. This edition comes with a bonus disc of special features.
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In the 2014 period comedy Samurai Hustle, Sasaki Kuranosuke raced against time and tide as clan leader Naito who must rely on his wits to complete a costly but required ritual visit to the shogun in Edo within five days. The cast and crew are now back for the return trip in Samurai Hustle Returns. Again directed by Motoki Katushide, the sequel sees Naito and his procession making the journey back to his hometown after the shogun visit. Along the way, he receives news of a peasant uprising and rushes back at twice the speed. But when he makes it back home, he finds that his castle has already been taken. Besides Sasaki, other original cast members including Fukada Kyoko, Hey! Say! JUMP's Chinen Yuri, Ihara Tsuyoshi, Terawaki Yasufumi, Kamiji Yusuke, Emoto Tokio and Ichikawa Kamejiro also reprise their roles. This edition comes with the film on Blu-ray and DVD plus a bonus DVD of special features.
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In the 2014 period comedy Samurai Hustle, Sasaki Kuranosuke raced against time and tide as clan leader Naito who must rely on his wits to complete a costly but required ritual visit to the shogun in Edo within five days. The cast and crew are now back for the return trip in Samurai Hustle Returns. Again directed by Motoki Katushide, the sequel sees Naito and his procession making the journey back to his hometown after the shogun visit. Along the way, he receives news of a peasant uprising and rushes back at twice the speed. But when he makes it back home, he finds that his castle has already been taken. Besides Sasaki, other original cast members including Fukada Kyoko, Hey! Say! JUMP's Chinen Yuri, Ihara Tsuyoshi, Terawaki Yasufumi, Kamiji Yusuke, Emoto Tokio and Ichikawa Kamejiro also reprise their roles. This edition comes with the film on Blu-ray and DVD plus a bonus DVD of special features.
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A clan leader is on a frantic race against time in Samurai Hustle, a hit period comedy from director Motoki Katsuhide (Gegege no Kitaro). Sasaki Kuranosuke (20th Century Boys) plays Naito, the clan leader of a small village that is rumored to have a hidden gold mine. One day, Naito is ordered to do Sankin-kotai, which involves going on a journey to pay a visit to the shogun in Edo, within five days instead of the usual eight days. With little money and little time, Naito must use his wits to complete the costly mission or risk losing his entire clan. Not based on any existing material, the original screenplay by Dobashi Akihiro won the Kido Award, a prize dedicated to recognize new screenwriters, in 2011.
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A clan leader is on a frantic race against time in Samurai Hustle, a hit period comedy from director Motoki Katsuhide (Gegege no Kitaro). Sasaki Kuranosuke (20th Century Boys) plays Naito, the clan leader of a small village that is rumored to have a hidden gold mine. One day, Naito is ordered to do Sankin-kotai, which involves going on a journey to pay a visit to the shogun in Edo, within five days instead of the usual eight days. With little money and little time, Naito must use his wits to complete the costly mission or risk losing his entire clan. Not based on any existing material, the original screenplay by Dobashi Akihiro won the Kido Award, a prize dedicated to recognize new screenwriters, in 2011.
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