This is a Japanese comedy film which is to be released in 2019. And here are 41 films to be aired this year, including: Korosanai kare to shinanai kanojo, Nakuna Akaoni, Tao Genkyo Labyrinth, Ossan’s Love, Divine Justice, Astral Abnormal Suzuki-san, etc. The following is a summary of the story of each of the films.

Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend Fine (Saenai Hiroin no Sodatekata)

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Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend Fine (Saenai Hiroin no Sodatekata)

Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend Fine is Japanese Anime Comedy Romance movie based on the Fumiaki Maruto’s Light novel series Illustrated by Kurehito Misaki, published from 2012 to 2017 by Fujimi Shobo. The story follows the life of Tomoya Aki, a high school otaku who dreams of creating his own visual novel to sell at Japan’s Comiket.

Somehow, but he manages to recruit his school’s most prominent beauties Eriri Spencer Sawamura and Utaha Kasumigaoka to design the art and write the scenario. However, he also recruits the lovely but inexplicably overlooked Megumi Kato to star as the novel’s heroine. Together they form “Blessing Software”, and begin to form warm yet complicated relationships with each other.

Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend Fine is produced by CloverWorks, and distributed by Aniplex. Directed by Kanta Kamei and Akihisa Shibata, with Fumiaki Maruto was applies as writer. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka, Kiyono Yasuno, Saori Onishi, Ai Kayano, Yuichi Nakamura, and Saori Hayami. Reportedly this film aired in Japan in 2019.

Korosanai kare to shinanai kanojo (The Boyfriend Who Can’t Kill and the Girlfriend Who Won’t Die)

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Korosanai kare to shinanai kanojo (The Boyfriend Who Can’t Kill and the Girlfriend Who Won’t Die)

Korosanai kare to shinanai kanojo is Japanese Comedy Drama Romance movie based on the Seikimatsu’s manga of the same name published in 2017 by Kadokawa. The film revolves around a 3rd grade high school student named Rei Kosaka (Shotaro Mamiya). He is not interested in anything and lives a boring existence, and always says, “Just die already.”

One day, Rei Kosaka sees his classmate Nana Kano (Hinako Sakurai) burying a dead bee. They have very opposite personalities. But Rei takes an interest in Nano Kato, who carefully deals with a bee’s life, but the problem was Nano always says, “I want to die.”

Korosanai kare to shinanai kanojo is distributed by Kadokawa Pictures and Pony Canyon. Directed by Keiichi Kobayashi, with Seikimatsu and Keiichi Kobayashi was applies as writers. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Shotaro Mamiya and Hinako Sakurai. Reportedly this film aired in Japan in 2019.

Hatsukoi: Otosan, Chibi ga Inaku Narimashita (Dad, Chibi is Gone)

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Hatsukoi: Otosan, Chibi ga Inaku Narimashita (Dad, Chibi is Gone)

Hatsukoi: Otosan, Chibi ga Inaku Narimashita is Japanese Comedy Drama Family movie based on the Keiko Nishi’s manga series Otosan, Chibi ga Inaku Narimashita published from 2013 to 2015 in magazine Zoukan Flowers. The film follows Masaru (Tatsuya Fuji) and Yukiko (Chieko Baisho) who have been married 44 years. They have three children who live independently from them. Masaru and Yukiko enjoy their peaceful days, but, one day, Yukiko tells her daughter Naoko (Mikako Ichikawa) that she wants to divorce Masaru.

Hatsukoi: Otosan, Chibi ga Inaku Narimashita is distributed by Klock Worx. Directed by Shotaro Kobayashi, with Kazumi Fukase and Kazushi Miki as producers. Meanwhile, Keiko Nishi and Yuka Honcho was applies as writers. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Chieko Baisho, Tatsuya Fuji, Mikako Ichikawa, Ryuji Sato, Katsuya Kobayashi, and Mio Yuki. Reportedly this film aired in Japan in 2019.

Dance with Me (Dansu Wizu Mi)

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Dance with Me (Dansu Wizu Mi)

Dance with Me (Dansu Wizu Mi) is Japanese Comedy drama Musical movie centered on Shizuka Suzuki (Ayaka Miyoshi) who works at a big trading company. One day, she is hypnotized by someone, and the consequently, every time she hears music, even if it’s a ringtone from a cellphone, he can’t help but sing even dance. After realizing the ridiculousness, Shizuka Suzuki went to meet the person who had hypnotized her to stop the spell attached to her, but he was not there.

Dance with Me (Dansu Wizu Mi) is produced by Altamira Pictures, and distributed by Warner Bros.. Written and directed by Shinobu Yaguchi. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Ayaka Miyoshi, Yu Yashiro, Chay, Takahiro Miura, Tsuyoshi Muro, and Akira Takarada. Reportedly this film aired in Japan in 2019.

Diner (Diner Dina)

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Diner (Diner Dina)

Diner is Japanese Action Comedy Mystery movie based on the Yumeaki Hirayama’s novel of the same name published in 2012 by Poplar Publishing. The film tells about Kanako Oba who made a mistake by using a mysterious site to apply for part-time work. Consequently, her life is soon in jeopardy. She is then forced to work at the restaurant well-known as Diner as a waitress or she will be killed. Worse yet, this restaurant only has employees and customers who are contract killers – and the owner of this restaurant is Bombero (Tatsuya Fujiwara).

Diner is distributed by Warner Bros.. Written and directed by Mika Ninagawa. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Tatsuya Fujiwara. Reportedly this film aired in Japan in 2019.

Nakuna Akaoni (Don’t Cry, Mr. Red Demon)

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Nakuna Akaoni (Don’t Cry, Mr. Red Demon)

Nakuna Akaoni (Don’t Cry, Mr. Red Demon) is Japanese Drama Comedy movie based on short story of the same name by Kiyoshi Shigematsu published in 2011 by Shinchosha. The story centered on Takashi Obuchi (Shinichi Tsutsumi) who was once a high school baseball coach. He was called “Red Demon Teacher” because of his tan red face and energetic instructions, but now he just a tired middle-aged man.

One day, Takashi Obuchi meets his Tomoyuki Saito (Yuya Yagira). Tomoyuki Saito played on Takashi Obuchi’s high school baseball team. He was talented, but did not have patience and eventually dropped out of school. Tomoyuki Saito is now a responsible adult and married to Yukino (Rina Kawaei). Takashi Obuchi learns that his former student only has only 6 months left to live due to having terminal cancer. Takashi Obuchi regrets that he was so strict to his students. He plans something for Tomoyuki Saito.

Nakuna Akaoni (Don’t Cry, Mr. Red Demon) is distributed by Kadokawa Pictures. Directed by Atsushi Kaneshige, with Kiyoshi Shigematsu was applies as writer. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Shinichi Tsutsumi, Yuya Yagira, and Rina Kawaei. Reportedly this film aired in Japan in 2019.

Yuri!!! On Ice the Movie: Ice Adolescence (Yuri!!! on Ice Gekijo-ban: Ice Adolescence)

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Yuri!!! On Ice the Movie: Ice Adolescence (Yuri!!! on Ice Gekijo-ban: Ice Adolescence)

Yuri!!! On Ice the Movie: Ice Adolescence is Japanese Anime Comedy Drama Romance Sport movie based on the 2016’s anime television series, Yuri!!! on Ice written by Mitsuro Kubo. Tells the story of Japanese figure skater Yuri Katsuki, Russian figure-skating champion Victor Nikiforov, and up-and-coming Russian skater Yuri Plisetsky. They will compete in the Grand Prix that has never existed in the world.

Yuri!!! On Ice the Movie: Ice Adolescence is produced by Mappa, and distributed by Avex Pictures (Japan). Directed by Sayo Yamamoto. Meanwhile, Mitsurô Kubo was applies as writer. Voices for the main characters in the film include: Toshiyuki Toyonaga, Junichi Suwabe, Koki Uchiyama, Soryu Konno, Mariya Ise, and Yuka Komatsu. Reportedly this film aired in Japan in 2019.

Kioku ni Gozaimasen (It’s NOT in MEMORY, Mr. President!)

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Kioku ni Gozaimasen (It’s NOT in MEMORY, Mr. President!)

Kioku ni Gozaimasen is Japanese Comedy Drama movie which tells the story of Keisuke Kuroda (Kiichi Nakai) who wakes up in a hospital bed and he is unable to remember who he is. He sneaks out of the hospital and happens to see the news on TV. He becomes shocked. Keisuke Kuroda realizes he is the prime minister of Japan, but his approval rating is the lowest in history. During a recent speech, he was hit by a rock thrown by a citizen. This caused Keisuke Kuroda to lose his memory.

A man, who seems like Keisuke Kuroda’s subordinate, takes him to the official residence of the prime minister. The only people aware that Keisuke Kuroda lost his memory are his three secretaries, one of whom is Isaka (Dean Fujioka). Keisuke Kuroda hides his memory loss from everyone else including his wife Satoko (Yuriko Ishida). He thinks about making changes to the country.

Kioku ni Gozaimasen is distributed by Toho (Japan). Written and directed by Kôki Mitani. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Kiichi Nakai, Dean Fujioka, Yuriko Ishida, Masao Kusakari, and Koichi Sato. Reportedly this film aired in Japan in 2019.

KonoSuba – God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World!: Crimson Legend

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KonoSuba – God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World!: Crimson Legend

KonoSuba – God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World!: Crimson Legend is Japanese Anime Action Adventure Comedy Fantasy movie based on the Natsume Akatsuki’s light novel series Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! which was published from 2012 to 2013 by Shousetsuka ni Narou. The story follows a boy who is sent to a fantasy world following his death, forming a dysfunctional cluster with a goddess, a wizard, and a crusader to fight against monsters.

After a traffic accident, Kazuma Sato’s brief, disappointingly brief life was supposed to be over, but for some reason he could live again and see a beautiful girl in front of him. She claims to be a goddess named Aqua, and asked Sato he would like to go to another world and bring only one thing with him.

Kazuma decides to bring the goddess herself, and they are transported to a fantasy world filled with adventure which were occupied by the demon king. Now Kazuma only wants to live in peace, but Aqua wants to solve many of this world’s problems, and the demon king will only turn a blind eye for so long.

KonoSuba – God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World!: Crimson Legend is produced by J.C. Staff. Directed by Takaomi Kanasaki, with Natsume Akatsuki and Makoto Uezu was applies as writers. Voices for the main characters in the film include: Fukushima, Sora Amamiya, Rie Takahashi, Ai Kayano, Mariko Honda, and Mai Aizawa. Reportedly this film aired in Japan in 2019.

Startup Girls

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Startup Girls

Startup Girls is Japanese Comedy drama movie based on a television series which tells the story of a young female founder runs in to societal barriers during her drive to create startup projects, in a Japanese society that hasn’t traditionally accepted entrepreneurs. She finds herself, and maturity along the way.

Hikari is a university student who lives freely, purely in her way. She’s hungry to create new startups. Nozomi is a Corporate VC at a big Japanese company. She has always followed the “correct” path, giving up on many things to make a stable life. Nozomi dislikes Hikari’s way of living. She doesn’t understand her values.

But when Nozomi needs to work with Hikari’s start-up because it became an investment, things begin to happen. It’s a light-heartedly, serious look about two girls colliding in to each other. Intense problems occur, but in the end, the audience learns there are many choices you can take in a traditional Japanese work society to develop your own life and career.

Startup Girls is produced by KM-WWORKS, and distributed by Presidio (Japan). Directed by Chihiro Ikeda, with Izumi Takahashi was applies as writer. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Mone Kamishiraishi and Hirona Yamazaki. Reportedly this film aired in Japan in 2019.

Tao Genkyo Labyrinth

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Tao Genkyo Labyrinth

Tao Genkyo Labyrinth is Japanese Drama comedy Fantasy Romance movie based on the Hiromi Oka’s novel of the same name, tells about the owner and guard of the old Oshike family’s cafe, “Tao Genkyo” in Okaichi named Momotaro Kibi. Due to the good quality of possession and attractive natural atmosphere, the guests with various conditions come today under Momotaro. Everyone gathered there, all of the friends who had worked outside the city for a long time, also joined to restore the old memories together with Momotaro. But then, a suspicious person appeared in the cafe?

Tao Genkyo Labyrinth is directed by Jun Yoriko, with Hiromi Oka was applies as writer. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Yuki Torigoe, Kensuke Takahashi, Taishi Sugie, Kosuke Asuma, and Ikkei Yamamoto. Reportedly this film aired in Japan in 2019.

Ossan’s Love: The Movie (Gekijoban Ossan zu Rabu)

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Ossan’s Love: The Movie (Gekijoban Ossan zu Rabu)

Ossan’s Love: The Movie (Gekijoban Ossan zu Rabu) is Japanese Comedy Drama Romance movie as a sequel of the television series, Ossan’s Love aired in 2016 and 2018 in TV Asahi. The basic storyline is about the time after Haruta goes to Shanghai and how he’s gonna propose to Maki after the chief keeps pushing him to do it.

Ossan’s Love: The Movie (Gekijoban Ossan zu Rabu) is distributed by Toho. Directed by Toichiro Ruto, with Koji Tokuo was applies as writer. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Kei Tanaka, Kento Hayashi, Rio Uchida, Daichi Kaneko, Shuko Ito, and Kazuya Kojima. Reportedly this film aired in Japan in 2019.

Divine Justice

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Divine Justice

Divine Justice is Japanese Comedy Crime Drama movie that tells of a black comedy about a man who works out a plan to change his life. This is the 4th directorial effort of a well known playwright and director of stage productions from his own screenplay.

Divine Justice is produced by Soul Age Co., and distributed by High Brow Cinema (Japan). Directed by Takayuki Takuma, with Hiroyuki Aiba as producer. Meanwhile, Takayuki Takuma was applies as writer. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Hiroshi Mikami, Kazuki Namioka, Rie Shibata, Tsuyoshi Abe, Wakana Sakai, Moe Miura, Kazusada Higuchi, and Takashi Itô. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on January 2019.

Love Live! Sunshine!! The School Idol Movie Over The Rainbow

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Love Live! Sunshine!! The School Idol Movie Over The Rainbow

Love Live! Sunshine!! The School Idol Movie Over The Rainbow is Japanese Anime Drama Comedy Musical Sci-fi Idol Youth movie as a spin-off of Love Live! which was launched in April 2015 with music CDs and anime music videos, followed by a manga version in 2016. This anime revolves around a group of nine schoolgirls who become idols in order to save their school from shutting down, just like the idol group from the original series.

Love Live Sunshine!! is set in Uchiura, Numazu, Shizuoka where one of its schools, the seaside Uranohoshi Girls’ Academy, is planned to be shut down and merged with another high school in Numazu. Chika Takami, a girl who lacks desires, is inspired by µ’s to gather friends and form her own school idol group called Aqours. To prevent their school from shutting down, Aqours enters the “Love Live” school idol contest which has become more competitive since µ’s won. When Kanan and Dia disappear while visiting Mari on Italy, Chika and the rest of the Aqours have no choice but to reach the “Belpaese” themselves and search for them.

Love Live! Sunshine!! The School Idol Movie Over The Rainbow is produced by Sunrise, and directed by Kazuo Sakai, with Jukki Hanada was applies as writer. Voices for the main characters in the film include: Arisa Komiya, Rikako Aida, Anju Inami, Nanaka Suwa, Ai Furihata, Shuka Saito, Kanako Takatsuki, Aina Suzuki, and Aika Kobayashi. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on January 4, 2019.

Astral Abnormal Suzuki-san (Asutoraru•Abunomaru Suzuki-san)

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Astral Abnormal Suzuki-san (Asutoraru•Abunomaru Suzuki-san)

Astral Abnormal Suzuki-san is Japanese Comedy Drama movie follows Rara Suzuki (Honoka Matsumoto) who is left behind in the countryside. She becomes a youtuber and she goes crazy.

Astral Abnormal Suzuki-san is distributed by Spotted Productions. Directed by Daisuke Ono, with Ryohei Ueno as producer. Meanwhile, Daisuke Ono was applies as writer. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Honoka Matsumoto, Mayuko Nishiyama, Taketo Tanaka, Kotoha Hiroyama, Tomokoi Kimura, Tani Nobara, and Kei Kato. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on January 5, 2019.

The Nikaidos’ Fall (Nikaido Family Story)

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The Nikaidos’ Fall (Nikaido Family Story)

The Nikaidos’ Fall (Nikaido-ke Monogatari) is Japanese Historical Drama Comedy Romance movie based on a children’s novel. Tells the story of Tatsuya Nikaido, a middle-aged divorcee who runs an agricultural company and lives in a suburb with his daughter and mother. After his only son’s death, he has been pressured by his fate to save his family name and ancestral line as a only male in the family. Tatsuya’s daughter Yuko can’t help feeling responsible for her family’s survival despite her resistance against the traditional mind.

The film is centers in Sasazawa City (Yutaro Furutachi) who works in a frozen food factory. When he was a middle school student, he became friends with a boy named Shinji. They love and admire Sennichi Amano (Shizuka Ishibashi). One day, Shinji died in a car accident, protecting Sennichi Amano from the accident. 10 years later, Sasazawa City met Sennichi Amano again.

The Nikaidos’ Fall (Nikaido-ke Monogatari) is produced by Wild Bunch, and distributed by High Brow Cinema. Directed by Ida Panahandeh, with Arsalan Amiri and Ida Panahandeh was applies as writers. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Masaya Kato, Shizuka Ishibashi, Keita Machida, Yoji Tanaka, Kazuko Shirakawa, and Hana Hizuki. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on January 25, 2019.

Sky’s Restaurant (Restaurant in the Sky)

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Sky’s Restaurant (Restaurant in the Sky)

Sky’s Restaurant (Restaurant in the Sky) is Japanese Drama Comedy Family Science fantasy movie based on a children’s novel. The film revolves around Wataru (Yo Oizumi) who lives with his wife Kotoe (Manami Honjou) and his daughter Shiori on a cattle ranch in Setana, Hokkidao. He is a visiting chef cooks an unforgettable meal with his ingredients, which prompts the family to open their own restaurant and reproduce the magic.

Wataru inherited the cattle ranch from his father and he also runs a cheese workshop. He isn’t as a skilled in making cheese and he is scolded often by his strict teacher. Yet, he has a good time with his colleagues including Kanbe (Masaki Okada) who was moved to the area from Tokyo and does sheep farming.

One day, a chef from a famous restaurant in Sapporo arrives and makes a meal with materials from their ranch. The chef gives high praise to the food ingredients. Watau then comes up with an idea. He wants to open a restaurant for only 1 day to let people know about the food ingredients from Setana. They struggle to open the restaurant, but suddenly Otani (Fumiyo Kohinata) collapses.

Sky’s Restaurant (Restaurant in the Sky) is produced by Atmovie, and distributed by Tokyo Theatres (Japan). Directed by Yoshihiro Fukagawa, with Atsumi Tsuchi was applies as writer. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Yo Oizumi, Manami Honjo, Masaki Okada, Makita Sports, Tsutomu Takahashi, and Huwie Ishizaki. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on January 25, 2019.

Ai Uta: Yakusoku no Nakuhito (My Promise To Nakuhito)

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Ai Uta: Yakusoku no Nakuhito (My Promise To Nakuhito)

Ai Uta: Yakusoku no Nakuhito is Japanese Comedy Drama Romance Musical Idol Youth movie based on the song Ai Uta by pop rock group GReeeeN. Tells the story of Toru Norimiya who became an adult without having the courage to love, which changed after he was reunited with Takuya Sato and a poetry.

He meets his old friend Tatsuya (Hiroki Iijima) and he happens to find a poem which changes his fate. Due to these two things, Toru gains the courage to face love. He meets a girl Nagi (Kaya Kiyohara) who is part of his fate. In fact Nagi also has a secret.

Ai Uta: Yakusoku no Nakuhito is produced by Happinet, and distributed by Toei (Japan). Directed by Yasuhiro Kawamura, with Kentaro Koike as producer. Meanwhile, GReeeeN and Masashi Shimizu was applies as writers. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Ryusei Yokohama, Kaya Kiyohara, Hiroki Iijima, Yuri Nakamura, Tony Nomaguchi, and Riko Narumi. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on January 25, 2019.

Gekijô-ban: Rike-koi – rikei ga koi ni ochita no de shômei shite mita

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Gekijô-ban: Rike-koi – rikei ga koi ni ochita no de shômei shite mita

Gekijô-ban: Rike-koi – rikei ga koi ni ochita no de shômei shite mita. is Japanese Comedy Romance Sci-Fi movie based on manga of the same name. The film revolves around Shinya Yukimura (Shun Nishime) and Ayame Himuro (Nana Asakawa) are two scientists that want to find out if love can be solved by a scientific theory. These two scientists also have feelings for each other and want to be able to solve their feelings through similar theoretical facts. With this perfect opportunity, these scientists will attempt to solve the theory of the love they express for each other.

Gekijô-ban: Rike-koi – rikei ga koi ni ochita no de shômei shite mita. is produced by Chiba Television broadcasting,Den (II),Excellent Film, etc., and distributed by Excellent Film (Japan) and Triple Up (Japan). Directed by Masatsugu Asahi and Toshihiro Satô, with Takeshi Yamamoto as producer. Meanwhile, Arihred Yamamoto, Hidehiro Ito, and Shûji Yuki was applies as writers. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Nana Asakawa, Tom Fujita, Kôichi Kasuga, Shun Nishime, Karin Ogino, Tsukushi Suzuki, and Yûka Yano. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on February 1, 2019.

City Hunter: Shinjuku Private Eyes

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City Hunter: Shinjuku Private Eyes

City Hunter: Shinjuku Private Eyes is Japanese Anime Action Comedy movie based on the Tsukasa Hojo’s manga series City Hunter published in 1985 to 1991 by Shueisha. Previously this manga had been adapted into an animated TV series by Sunrise Studios in 1987, and a film in 1993 starring by Jackie Chan.

In the original manga series, the story follows the exploits of Ryo Saeba, a “sweeper” who is always found chasing beautiful girls and a private detective who works to rid Tokyo of crime, along with his associate or partner, Hideyuki Makimura. Their “City Hunter” business is an underground jack-of-all-trades operation, contacted by writing the letters “XYZ” on a blackboard at Shinjuku Station.

One day, Hideyuki is murdered, and Ryo must take care of Hideyuki’s sister, Kaori, a tomboy who becomes his new partner in the process. However, Kaori is very susceptible and jealous, and often hitting Ryo with a giant hammer when he does something perverted. The story also follows the behind-the-scenes romance between Ryo and Kaori and the way they cooperate throughout each mission.

City Hunter: Shinjuku Private Eyes is produced by Sunrise, and distributed by Aniplex (Japan). Directed by Kenji Kodama, with Tsukasa Hôjô and Yoichi Katoh was applies as writers. Voices for the main characters in the film include: Akira Kamiya, Kazue Ikura, Yoko Asagami, Tessho Genda, dan Mami Koyama. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on February 8, 2019.

Back Street Girls: Gokudoruzu

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Back Street Girls: Gokudoruzu

Back Street Girls: Gokudoruzu is Japanese Drama Action Comedy movie based on Jasmine Gyuh’s manga series Back Street Girls published on 2015 to 2018 in Weekly Young Magazine. The film tells about Kentaro Yamamoto, Ryo Tachibana and Kazuhiko Sugihara who are members of a young gangster. They made a mistake that made their boss angry, and then these young men begged for their lives.

Their boss heard that idol groups can bring in a lot of money. He forces these three young men to undergo sex change operations and receive plastic surgery. After the operation, three men, who have now become women, made their debut as a female idol group “Gokudoruzu.”

Back Street Girls: Gokudoruzu is distributed by Toei (Japan). Directed by Keinosuke Hara, with Shôichirô Masumoto was applies as writer. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Akira Kamiya, Kazue Ikura, Yoko Asagami, Tessho Genda, and Mami Koyama. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on February 8, 2019.

Tora-san

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Tora-san

Tora-san is Japanese Drama Comedy movie based on Mina Itaba’s manga series of the same name published in 2014 in You magazine. The film revolves around Suzuo Takahata who works as an unpopular manga writer. He (Hiromitsu Kitayama) is married to Natsuko (Mikako Tabe) and they have one daughter Miyu (Kokoro Hirasawa).

Suzuo spends his days drinking and gambling. One day, he dies in a traffic accident. Suzuo Takahata believes he is going to Hell, but he is given one month to reflect on his life and his family. He then returned to the world and lived as a cat.

Tora-san is distributed by Showgate (Japan). Directed by Masaya Kakehi, with Mina Itaba was applies as writer. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Hiromitsu Kitayama, Mikako Tabe, Kokoro Hirasawa, Marie Iitoyo, Eriko Tomiyama, and Jun Kaname. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on February 15, 2019.

The Royal Tutor Movie (Oushitsu Kyoushi Heine)

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The Royal Tutor Movie (Oushitsu Kyoushi Heine)

The Royal Tutor is Japanese Anime Comedy movie based on Akai Higasa’s manga series of the same name. Previously this manga had been adapted into a television series and aired in Japanese TV in Spring 2017. The story follows the adventures of Heine Wittgenstein, a man who despite his childlike looks is charged with educating four rebellious princes into credible candidates to succeed the throne.

The four princes of the Glanzreich Kingdom have overcome various challenges and gradually grown up, while being confused sometimes. One day, the twin princes from the Romano Kingdom suddenly appear in front of them. Despite their cute looks, their true nature is super sadistic. To handle the unprecedented crisis, Heine and the four princes decide to give an educational guidance to them.

The Royal Tutor is produced by Tear Studio. Directed by Katsuya Kikuchi, with Higasa Akai and Kimiko Ueno was applies as writers. Voices for the main characters in the film include: Ueda Keisuke, Asato Yuya, Adachi Yuto, Hirose Daisuke, and Aoi Shouta. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on February 16, 2019.

The Island of Cats (Neko to Jiichan)

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The Island of Cats (Neko to Jiichan)

The Island of Cats (Neko to Jiichan) is Japanese Drama Comedy movie Based on Nekomaki’s manga series Neko to Jiichan published in 2015 by Kadokawa. The story revolves around Daikichi (Shinosuke Tatekawa), a 70-year-old man and lives on a small island. Since his wife died, he has lived with his cat Tama. Daikichi was born and raised on the small island and enjoys his relaxing days with his childhood friends including Iwao (Kaoru Kobayashi) and his cat Tama.

Daikichi has a son Tsuyoshi (Takashi Yamanaka) who lives in Tokyo. Tsuyoshi little worried about his father living alone on the island, but Daikichi is content with his life. After his close friend passes away, Daikichi worries about his physical condition. His daily life begins to change.

The Island of Cats (Neko to Jiichan) is distributed by The Klockworx (Japan). Directed by Mitsuaki Iwagô, with Kazumi Fukase as producer. Meanwhile, Fumi Tsubota was applies as writer. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Tatekawa Shinosuke, Ko Shibasaki, Tasuku Emoto, Ginpuncho, Takashi Yamanaka, and Shono Hayama. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on February 22, 2019.

Tonde Saitama

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Tonde Saitama

Tonde Saitama is Japanese Action Comedy Drama Fantasy Romance Spy movie based on the Mineo Maya manga series, Saitama Tonde which was published in 1982 to 1983 in Japanese shojo manga magazine, Hana to Yume. The film tells a world where people are discriminated based on their birthplace, Saitama Prefecture is particularly criticized by the people in Tokyo.

One day, a mysterious male student named Rei Asami transfers to Hakuhoudou Academy, a prestigious high school in Tokyo, from America. Momomi Hakuhoudou, the president of the school’s student council and the grandson of the director of the school, is gradually attracted by him.

However, Rei’s secret origin that he was born in Saitama is accidentally revealed. He returns to Saitama to join resistance movement to eliminate discrimination against Saitama citizens. When Momomi learns that a powerful politician tries to destroy Rei’s resistance group, he decides to go to Saitama to inform Rei of the danger.

Tonde Saitama is distributed by Toei. Directed by Hideki Takeuchi, with Mineo Maya and Tomokazu Tokunaga was applies as writers. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Fumi Nikaido, Gackt, Ryo Kato, Brother Tom, Kumiko Aso, and Shah Rukh Khan. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on February 22, 2019.

When Mother Died, I Thought That I Wanted to Eat Remains

2019's Japanese Comedy Films

When Mother Died, I Thought That I Wanted to Eat Remains

When Mother Died, I Thought That I Wanted to Eat Remains is Japanese Drama Comedy Mystery movie based on Satoshi Miyagawa manga series Haha o Nakushita Toki, Boku wa Ikotsu o Tabetai to Omotta published 2014 by Shinchosha. The film tells the story of Satoshi’s life when he was little, and his mother, Akiko, always takes care of him. She was gentle, but strong mentally. Two years ago, Akiko was diagnosed with cancer. Now, it is Satoshi’s turn to takes care of his mother, while Satoshi’s girlfriend Mari gives him support. But then his mother could not be saved and passes away.

One year later, Satoshi, his father Toshiaki and his older brother Yuichi start new lives. Around that time, Satoshi receives a present from his mother. And that becomes a mystery.

When Mother Died, I Thought That I Wanted to Eat Remains is distributed by Asmik Ace Entertainment (Japan). Directed by Tatsushi Ohmori, with Gaku Kawasaki and Tomohiro Kobayashi as producers. Meanwhile, Satoshi Miyagawa and Tatsushi Omori was applies as writers. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Ken Yasuda, Mitsuko Baisho, Nao Matsushita, Jun Murakami, and Renji Ishibashi. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on February 22, 2019.

Laidbackers

2019's Japanese Comedy Films

Laidbackers

Laidbackers is Japanese Anime comedy fantasy movie based on a video game series by Jiro Suzuki. The story follows Kumi Honamanuma, a young woman who moves to Kyoto to manage her grandmother’s candy store and to study art at college. The shop that was supposed to be empty, but Kumi finds strange people living there, and they turn out to a group of heroes that have reincarnated from a magical world into modern Japan without their previous powers and with no memory of their earlier mission.

Three girls called Harami, K, and Mai, and their dog, explain that they are actually heroes who were reincarnated in this world from another world where they would fight demons with swords and magic. Since they have been reborn, they don’t have any of their powers anymore and are regular girls.

Their leader, Princess Arnelia, was reborn in the form of a dog. Since the strange girls in her house don’t have a grain of common sense and no relatives to turn to if she were to throw them out, Kumi has no other choice but to live with them for now. After some time living together, the former demon king, Ran now re-born as a powerless elementary school student. Ran asks them to help her to gather all the fragments of the demon king. What an unreasonable request!

Laidbackers is produced by Studio Gokumi, and distributed by Clockworks. Directed by Hiroyuki Hashimoto, with Makoto Uezu was applies as writer. Voices for the main characters in the film include: Rina Hidaka, Himika Akaneya, Yo Taichi, Yumi Uchiyama, Maria Naganawa, and Hisako Kanemoto. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on March 1, 2019.

Mr. Osomatsu the Movie

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Mr. Osomatsu the Movie

Mr. Osomatsu the Movie is Japanese Anime Comedy Parody movie based on Fujio Akatsuka’s 1962 manga series, Osomatsu-kun. The film centers on the sextuplets at a high school class reunion. There, they see all their former classmates who have become “proper” adults with company jobs. The sextuplets sulk about this, and go home, and drink until they fall asleep. But when they wake up, a certain scene awaits them.

Mr. Osomatsu the Movie is produced by Studio Pierrot, and distributed by Shochiku Company (Japan). Directed by Yôichi Fujita, with Fujio Akatsuka and Shû Matsubara was applies as writers. Voices for the main characters in the film include: Takahiro Sakurai, Yuichi Nakamura, Hiroshi Kamiya, Daisuke Ono, Jun Fukuyama, and Miyu Irino. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on March 15, 2019.

L-DK 2: Two Loves, Under One Roof

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L-DK 2: Two Loves, Under One Roof

L-DK 2: Two Loves, Under One Roof is Japanese Comedy Drama Romance School Youth movie as a sequel to the 2014 film “L-DK” which was also directed by Yasuhiro Kawamura, based on Ayu Watanabe’s manga series, L•DK published by Kodansha started from 2009 to 2017. The story revolves around Aoi Nishimori (Mone Kamishiraishi) and Shusei Kugayama (Yosuke Sugino) who are in love and begin to live together secretly. Suddenly, Shusei’s cousin Reon Kugayama (Ryusei Yokohama) comes to them. Their secret is discovered by Reon. Now, Aoi, Shusei and Reon begin to live together.

L-DK 2: Two Loves, Under One Roof is distributed by Toei (Japan). Directed by Yasuhiro Kawamura, with Michiru Egashira was applies as writer. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Mone Kamishiraishi, Yosuke Sugino, and Ryusei Yokohama. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on March 21, 2019.

Bijin ga KonKatsu Shite Mitara

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Bijin ga KonKatsu Shite Mitara

Bijin ga KonKatsu Shite Mitara is Japanese Comedy Romance movie based on Arako Toaru’s manga series of the same name published in 2017 by Shogakukan Creative INC.. The film tells the story of Takako (Mei Kurokawa,) a beautiful woman in her 30’s and she works as a designer. Takako has only had relationships with married men. She decides to change herself with the help of her manga artist friend Keiko (Asami Usuda). Takako signs up at a matchmaking site. Soon. Takako meets two men and she takes an interest in the two men. Meanwhile, Takako has an argument with her friend Keiko.

Bijin ga KonKatsu Shite Mitara is produced by Yoshimoto Kogyo Company, and distributed by Katsu-do. Directed by Akiko Ohku, with Akira Hayasaka, Ujikatsu Omori, Miyuki Tanaka, and Kasumi Yao as producers. Meanwhile, Arako Toaru and Jiro was applies as writers. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Mei Kurokawa, Asami Usuda, Tomoya Nakamura, Kei Tanaka, Seminosuke Murasugi, Masaki Sumitani, Shinpei Ichikawa, Taro Yabe, Atsuko Hirata, and Songha. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on March 23, 2019.

Trinity Seven the Movie 2 (Gekijouban Trinity Seven 2)

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Trinity Seven the Movie 2 (Gekijouban Trinity Seven 2)

Trinity Seven the Movie 2 (Gekijouban Trinity Seven 2) is Japanese Action Comedy Fantasy Romance movie as a sequel and a second film adaptation from 2017’s anime film Trinity Seven the Movie: The Eternal Library and the Alchemist Girl, based on the Kenji Saito’s manga series, Trinity Seven published from 2010 by Fujimi Shobo. The film follows Arata Kasuga who has ‘Devil’ factor to collapse the world. Together with Asirimiririsu who is one of the Trinity Seven, they was investigating a certain remains. Then suddenly light shines more blazing than the sky.

The man who appeared was a mysterious figure that looked exactly like Arata. He said that he would regain his power as a demon king and aim to return the world to nothingness. The truth of the shock told from him – Lilith was the strongest devil’s daughter …!

Trinity Seven the Movie 2 (Gekijouban Trinity Seven 2) is produced by Seven Arcs Pictures, and distributed by Avex Pictures (Japan). Directed by Hiroshi Nishikiori, with Kenji Saito was applies as writer. Voices for the main characters in the film include: Yumi Hara, Yoshitsugu Matsuoka, Aya Uchida, Ayane Sakura, Yoko Hikasa, and Ryoka Yuzuki. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on March 29, 2019.

You’re on April, Spica (After-School Starlight) (4-gatsu no Kimi, Supica)

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You’re on April, Spica (After-School Starlight) (4-gatsu no Kimi, Supica)

You’re on April, Spica (4-gatsu no Kimi, Supica) is Japanese Drama comedy Romance movie based on the Miwako Sugiyama’s manga series of the same name published from 2015 to 2017 by Shogakukan in manga magazine Shojo Comic. The story centers on a first grade high school student named Sei Saotome (Haruka Fukuhara). She had Fifteen-year-old, and she does not get along with the other students. She tends to fail at the most crucial times and her school life sucks in general.

But things changed when she meets 2 male students: Mizuki (Koji Kominami) and Taiyo (Taiki Sato). Mizuki doesn’t talk much, but he likes astronomy. Taiyo has a sharp tongue and he is smart. They both plan to join the astronomy club which leads Sei to join the club as well.

You’re on April, Spica (4-gatsu no Kimi, Supica) is directed by Kentaro Otani, with Akihiko Takaishi as producer. Meanwhile, Miwako Sugiyama and Natsuko Ikeda was applies as writers. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Fukuhara haruka, sato daiki, Suzuki Jin, Igeta Hiroe, Natsume Kana, Nanzan Azusa, and Ohara yuno. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on April 2019.

A Gambler’s Odyssey 2020 (Mahjong Horoki 2020)

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A Gambler’s Odyssey 2020 (Mahjong Horoki 2020)

A Gambler’s Odyssey 2020 (Mahjong Horoki 2020) is Japanese Action Comedy Drama Sports movie based on the Takehiro Irokawa’s novel Mahjong Horoki published from 1969 to 1972 in magazine Shukan Taishu. The story follows Boyatetsu (Takumi Saito) who travels from the year 1945 to Tokyo in the year 2020.

In 2020, Tokyo is plagued by a decreasing population and an increase in unemployment. Boyatetsu is stunned by the ever worsening situation and struggles to play mahjong.

A Gambler’s Odyssey 2020 (Mahjong Horoki 2020) is distributed by Toei. Directed by Kazuya Shiraishi, with akehiro Irokawa and Sakichi Sato was applies as writers. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Takumi Saito, Momo, Naoto Takenaka, and Becky. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on April 5, 2019.

Crayon Shin-chan: Honeymoon Hurricane ~The Lost Hiroshi~

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Crayon Shin-chan: Honeymoon Hurricane ~The Lost Hiroshi~

Crayon Shin-chan: Honeymoon Hurricane ~The Lost Hiroshi~ is Japanese Anime Adventure Comedy movie as the 27th film of the popular manga and anime series Crayon Shin-chan written by Yoshito Usui. The story of the film follows the Nohara family as Misae and Hiroshi, Shinnosuke’s parents, plan a cheap trip to Australia in order the celebrate the honeymoon they never really had. but, things go hilariously wrong when suddenly Hiroshi is being captured by people wearing strange masks. On the other hand a band of treasure hunters also want it.

Hiroshi and Misae have never been to a honeymoon trip to a foreign country. One day, Misae discovered an inexpensive and family-friendly holiday package to Australia and the Nohara family unanimously decided to make it their first ever honeymoon vacation.

However, Hiroshi gets kidnapped upon arrival to Australia, leaving Shinnosuke, Misae and others on a dangerous journey. It turns out that Hiroshi is the key to a secret treasure. The remaining members of the Nohara Family must rescue Hiroshi, while a Mysterious Masked Man and Treasure Hunters from all over the world are after him.

And now competition takes place between three different colors of people in this action-filled treasure hunting adventure.

Crayon Shin-chan: Honeymoon Hurricane ~The Lost Hiroshi~ is produced by Shin-Ei Anime, and distributed by Toho (Japan). Directed by Masakazu Hashimoto, with Yoshito Usui, Kimiko Ueno and Munenori Mizuno was applies as writers. Voices for the main characters in the film include: Yumiko Kobayashi, Miki Narahashi, Toshiyuki Morikawa, and Satomi Korogi. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on April 19, 2019.

Cheer Boys!! (Chia danshi!!)

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Cheer Boys!! (Chia danshi!!)

Cheer Boys!! is Japanese Comedy drama Musical Sports movie adaptation of the Ryo Asai’s novel of the same name published on October 5, 2010 by Shueisha. The story follows Haruki Bando (Ryusei Yokohama), a first grade university student. He has been doing judo since he was little, but an injury causes him quit the sport. His childhood friend Kazuma Hashimoto (Masaki Nakao) also quit judo and asks Haruki Bando to form cheerleading group “Breakers” with him.

Disheartened with judo, Haruki with Kazuma Hashimot finally tried to create “BREAKERS”, an unprecedented boys’ cheerleading team. Those that came to join all were very characteristic in nature: argumentative Mizoguchi, voracious Ton, frivolous Kansai boys Gen and Soichiro, and Sho, who has cheerleading experience.

Cheer Boys!! is distributed by Bandai Visual and Pony Canyon. Directed by Hiroki Kazama, with Ryo Asai and Yuichi Toyone was applies as writers. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Ryusei Yokohama, Masaki Nakao, Kodai Asaka, Toshiki Seto, Shogo Iwaya, and Ken Sugawara. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on May, 2019.

The Confidence Man JP: The Movie

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The Confidence Man JP: The Movie

The Confidence Man JP: The Movie is Japanese Action Comedy Crime Drama movie as a sequel of 2018’s Fuji TV television series The Confidence Man JP. The film’s story is centered on Dako (Masami Nagasawa), Boku-chan (Masahiro Higashide) and Richard (Fumiyo Kohinata) who take a huge amount of money from people who are greedy in Hong Kong.

The Confidence Man JP: The Movie is distributed by Toho. Directed by Ryo Tanaka, with Ryota Kosawa was applies as writer. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Masami Nagasawa, Masahiro Higashide, Shinya Kote, and Fumiyo Kohinata. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on May 17, 2019.

Uchi no Shitsuji ga Iu Koto niwa (Say What Our Butlers Said)

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Uchi no Shitsuji ga Iu Koto niwa (Say What Our Butlers Said)

Uchi no Shitsuji ga Iu Koto niwa is Japanese Comedy Drama Historical movie based on the Shiina Takasato’s novel series of the same name, first published on March 25, 2014 by Kadokawa Bunko. The film’s story is centered on Kaei (Ren Nagase), a successor to the prestigious Karasuma family. After studying in the U.K., he returns to Japan. But instead he had to face the strange young man called Soma Kisaragi, who is now Kaei’s new butler. With the help of Soma Kisaragi, Kaei protects his family from a conspiracy.

Uchi no Shitsuji ga Iu Koto niwa is distributed by Toei. Directed by Shinji Kuma, with Shiina Takasato and Takeshi Aoshima was applies as writers. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Ren Nagase, Sho Kiyohara, Yuta Jinguji, Mio Yuki, Kamio Fuju, and Toshihiro Yashiba. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on May 17, 2019.

Uta no Prince-sama: Maji Love Kingdom

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Uta no Prince-sama: Maji Love Kingdom

Uta no Prince-sama: Maji Love Kingdom is Japanese Anime Comedy Musical Romance movie based on a visual novel series published by Broccoli for the first time in 2010. The story follows Haruka Nanami who had a dream to become a composer and one day wrote a song for her favorite idol. Then she enters the Saotome Academy, a prestigious performing arts school. If successful there, she’ll be able to join the Shining Agency after graduation. Haruka Nanami who dreamed of becoming a composer and someday wrote songs for his favorite idols.

However, it won’t be so easy when Haruka is already surrounded by potential idols and composers. On top of that, her homeroom teacher is a current idol, the headmaster was a record-breaking singer, and the academy itself is an eccentric place where anything could possibly happen.

In the end, right at the graduation, two students are to be teamed up by the choice, one will take the role of the idol and the other should be the composer. After being paired up, they will sing a song that was both composed, written and sung by them. If successful, they will join and take the spot as the new Shining Agency debut artists. In addition, romance is strictly prohibited at their school.

Uta no Prince-sama: Maji Love Kingdom is produced by A-1 Pictures, and distributed by Shochiku. Directed by Takeshi Furuta and Tomoka Nagaoka, with Noriyasu Agematsu/Broccoli was applies as writer. Voices for the main characters in the film include: Takuma Terashima, Kenichi Suzumura, Kishou Taniyama, Mamoru Miyano, Junichi Suwabe, Hiro Shimono, Kousuke Toriumi, Showtaro Morikubo, etc.. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on June 14, 2019 .

Girls und Panzer das Finale: Part II

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Girls und Panzer das Finale: Part II

Girls und Panzer das Finale: Part II is Japanese Anime Action Comedy movie as a follow-up to the previous film “Girls und Panzer das Finale: Part 1” which was released in 2017. the film focuses on a girl named Miho Nishizumi and her friends.

Girls und Panzer das Finale: Part II is produced by Actus/Actas, and distributed by Showgate. Directed by Tsutomu Mizushima, with Reiko Yoshida was applies as writer. Voices for the main characters in the film include: Mai Fuchigami, Ai Kayano, Mami Ozaki, Ikumi Nakagami, and Yuka Iguchi. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on June 15, 2019.

Kimi to, Nami ni Noretara (If You Can Get on the Wave)

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Kimi to, Nami ni Noretara (If You Can Get on the Wave)

Kimi to, Nami ni Noretara is Japanese Anime Comedy Romance movie based on Tetsuya Sano’s novel Kimi wa Tsukiyo ni Hikarikagayaku published 2017 by Kadokawa. The film tells the story of Takuya Okada (Takumi Kitamura,) a high school student. He visits his classmate Mamizu Watarase (Mei Nagano) in the hospital. Mamizu Watarase suffers from the mysterious ailment “Luminescence disease.”

People who have the disease show a faint sparkle under the moonlight and the sparkle gets brighter as their death gets closer. Mamizu Watarase is not allowed out of the hospital and she will not live long enough to become an adult. Takuya Okada offers to help her carry out her wishes before she passes away. He also tells her how he feels about her, but Mamizu Watarase’s death is approaching.

Kimi to, Nami ni Noretara is distributed by Toho. Directed by Masaaki Yuasa, with Reiko Yoshida was applies as writer. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Kanon Tani, Shota Shimoda, Akira Emoto, Soma Saito, Shizuka Ito, and Minako Kotobuki. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on June 21, 2019.

Hot Gimmick (A Diary of a Hot Gimmick)

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Hot Gimmick (A Diary of a Hot Gimmick)

Hot Gimmick (A Diary of a Hot Gimmick) is Japanese Comedy Drama Romance movie based on the Miki Aihara’s manga series, Hot Gimmick published from 2000 to 2005 in shojo manga magazine Betsucomi. The film is centered on Hatsumi Narita (Miona Hori), an ordinary high school student. She lives with her nice older brother Shinogu (Shotaro Mamiya), bright younger sister Akane and her parents at a company apartment complex. One day, she lets Ryoki Tachibana (Hiroya Shimizu), who lives in the same apartment building as her, take advantage of her weak point. Since then, she is blackmailed by Ryoki Tachibana into abiding by his wish.

Hatsumi Narita’s childhood friend Azusa Odagiri (Mizuki Itagaki) moves back to into her neighborhood. Azusa is now a popular model and he seems to care about Hatsumi Narita just like when they were kids. Hatsumi is attracted to Azusa Odagiri. Even though Ryoki Tachibana tries to interfere, Hatsumi Narita and Azusa Odagiri begin to date. Hatsumi Narita is happy, but Azusa Odagiri has secret motives.

Hot Gimmick (A Diary of a Hot Gimmick) is directed by Yuki Yamato, with Miki Aihara and Yuki Yamato was applies as writers. Cast for the main characters in the film include: Miona Hori, Hiroya Shimizu, Mizuki Itagaki, and Shotaro Mamiya. Reportedly this film aired in Japan on June 28, 2019.

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