Fuji TV Drama Special 2012 ~ Hayami-san to Yobareru Hi SP

Date: From 9.00 p.m., 10 & 17 June 2012
Cast: Matsushita Nao, Inohara Yoshihiko, Kaname Jun, Nakamaru Yuichi, Morinaga Yuki, Funakoshi Eichiro, Uchida Yuki, Kotegawa Yuko, Nishioka Tokuma
Synopsis: It has been close to six months since Yuriko (Matsushita Nao) arrived at the Hayami household as the bride of the eldest son, Kyoichi (Inohara Yoshihiko). Kyoichi’s work is going well and the couple is even more in love than before. The second son, Kenji (Kaname Jun) has stopped being frivolous and works earnestly. The third son, Kaoru (Nakamaru Yuichi) attends a confectionery school with his sights set on becoming a patissier. The fourth son Yuzo (Morinaga Yuki) is in his adolescence, and the patriach of the family, Keitaro (Funakoshi Eiichiro), runs a cafe while going out on the occasional date with his wife, Yoko (Kotegawa Yuko) who has left home. Kyoichi is put in charge of an event for the debut of overseas merchandise that will be sold at the toy manufacturer. Miyazawa Eiko (Uchida Yuki) arrives as a company representative from the other side. She used to work at the toy manufacturer and was from the same batch as Kyoichi, who reels from this reunion after a long time. They immediately go from company to company in search of one that will help them with the event. However, Kaoru sees the two of them on his way home from school. Yuriko is informed of Eiko’s presence by a former colleague and it disturbs her that Eiko is Kyoichi’s ex-girlfriend. Meanwhile, Keitaro tries to invite Yoko home for their wedding anniversary on Sunday, but hesitates to say it and ends up promising to go to an exhibition that she invites him to. Yuriko feels anxious that Kyoichi has been getting home late because of preparations for the event. But in the midst of this, Eiko makes some significant remarks to Kyoichi … …
Official Website: www.fujitv.co.jp/hayamisan

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