Yamikin Ushijima-kun Season 2


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Fridays, 12.58 – 1.28 a.m. from 17 January 2014


Ushijima Kaoru, the boss of Cowcow Finance, is known as a legendary black market lender. Cowcow Finance lends money at an illegally high interest rate of 5% every 10 days and relentlessly corners bad debtors. One day, Cowcow Finance is asked by the popular host Issei to collect the bills of female patrons. One of them is Haru, a single mother who spends money extravagantly on Issei. She cannot afford to pay her debt and decides to work at a sex-related business introduced by Ushijima. On the other hand, Cowcow Finance employee Takada happens to meet Hayato, his colleague from his days as a host, again. Hayato works at the same establishment as Issei. He has been forced by the establishment to shoulder 7 million in debt and approaches Takada to consult him about working at Cowcow Finance.

Yamada Takayuki as Ushijima Kaoru
The boss of the black market lender, Cowcow Finance. He is always impassive and ruthless to debtors who are saddled with debts that exceed their ability to pay.

Ayano Go as Inui
An informant. Ushijima Kaoru’s childhood friend and an ally who is more than a business contact.

Sakimoto Hiromi as Takada
A member of Cowcow Finance. A former host. He gets into a bind in his attempt to help his good friend Hayato.

Yabe Kyosuke as Ezaki Takaaki
Cowcow Finance’s number 2 man. He gives Ushijima Kaoru his unquestioning obedience and respects him. He has a face that makes him look older.

Irie Jingi as Nakata Hiromichi
A Cowcow Finance debtor. His dream is to become a famous person and sets his sights on being an amateur model who appears in fashion magazines. He runs up a big debt in order to be stylish.

Takeda Kohei as Hayato
A friend from Takada’s days as a host. He has committed a taboo in host circles and is saddled with 7 million in debt by his establishment.

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