Fuji TV Drama Special 2015 ~ Chou Gentei Nouryoku


Date: From 12.45 a.m., 21 December 2015
Scriptwriter: Aotsuka Miho
Cast: Ryusei Ryo, Taiga, Nagano Mei, Lou Oshiba, Dandy Sakano, Muto Keiji, Konno Mahiru
Synopsis: Akiyama Shuntaro (Ryusei Ryo), a fourth year university student who attends a third-rate university in Tokyo, has had a good upbringing and skillfully overcomes everything with his tact and charm. Because his father is a member of the board of a well-known company, Shuntaro’s employment has somehow or other been determined with those connections and he spends his days aimlessly. Even though he questions his present way of life, he has not taken any constructive action. He just has to get course credits in order to graduate and commutes to university in crowded trains some days. While on the way to school one day, Shuntaro hits his head inside the train and loses consciousness. When he becomes aware of his surroundings, he can see characters showing train station names in commuters’ heads. He soon realises that these are the stations that those commuters are alighting at. Although this ability can only be demonstrated inside a train, Shuntaro delights in it. Then one day, he happens to see a man without a station name appearing above his head and suspiciously follows this “exceptional” man because of his curiosity. He comes in touch with the troubles and struggles of people such as his close friend Saito Yoshihide (Taiga), who in contrast to Shuntaro has only two companies left for employment screening, and Hashida Miyuki (Nagano Mei), a sweet high school student and train commuter with no station name, through this marvelous ability and starts to take the first new step in his own life … …
Official Website: www.fujitv.co.jp/cho_gentei_noryoku

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