Kamenashi Kazuya |
Date of birth: February 23, Place of . The main characters are KAMENASHI Kazuya, AYASE Haruka, TANAKA Koki, HIRAOKA Yuta, and TODA Erika. Tamaki Hiroshi and Yoshitaka Yuriko are Dating! Kamenashi Kazuya was the guest star in Episode 3 and that episode was the only episode that did not break . Kamenashi Kazuya is Rumored to be Dating Anne pictures to prove that KAT- TUN's Kamenashi Kazuya and actress Anne are dating, . comes to Kamenashi Kazuya and Ayase Haruka, the romantic vibes totally disappear.
One of the restaurants is on the crest of a hill overlooking the city and accessible by a long flight of stairs. The boys are only there on account of a mistakenly given invitation earlier that morning, but seeing that everyone at the party assumes they are Keio students, the three gamely fake it as they wend their way through the small talk and lavish buffet spreads, knowing full well that this fantasy will fizzle out when the clock strikes twelve.
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The whole rigmarole of the affair disgusts him even as the ostentatious display of pedigree and privilege rankles in his heart. But Hiroto plays along for the evening, mingling with the guests and collecting phone numbers as he moves from one coquettish, bubbly-sipping quarry to the next.
And so will his satisfaction. She notices him staring, which creeps her out a little loland the look of alarm that mars her composure draws a little half-smile out of him which in turn made my poor toes curl so violently they nearly broke off, ouchy!
And so begins their first real conversation since that awkward encounter earlier in the day. They end up by the pool talking, and in this relaxed setting away from the noise and swirl of the party, Hiroto and Nao can more keenly feel the growing tendrils of attraction between them.
Inside the glass-walled main hall, the party organizers raffle off all-expense-paid trips to Bali, plus other fabulous prizes. The winner is announced, and from out of the ensuing revelry a stray firecracker whizzes towards Nao okay, but that sparkly thingy was just CGI FAIL in every waythus triggering The Great Poolside Mishap in which both end up very, very wet. Uh, think again… To be honest, I was totally LMAO at how this moment was sucked dry of every last droplet of lovey goo.
The director clearly went, uh, overboard heh heh in giving us the hard sell on this scene. Ten different angles of Ayase and Kame falling slowly — slowly — slowwwwwlyyyy into the pool!!!
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So slowly that Kame just seems to be leaning into the water rather than actually falling, bwahahaha!!! I mean, what were you thinking, Iwamoto-san. Thankfully this is the one time in the entire drama where the director overdid it.
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Nao shyly acquiesces… but instead makes it a group date come Halloween, outside the church on Oka Hill. Lol, oh Hiroto So will Hiroto show up at their Halloween rendezvous?
Will he and Nao respond to their growing attraction for each other?
Will their chaste conversations and tentative overtures ever blossom into full-blown romance? And young as they are, will they truly fall in love, deeply and passionately in love? You know the answer is yes, yes, and yes. For this drama is really all about two individuals who do just that. When a romance story is done well, it provides a vicarious, cathartic escape for the rest of us rabu-rabu-starved suckers mucking about in The Real World, lol.
This is the complete anatomy of a relationship, encompassing every swell and ebb of emotion, every conflict and complication therewith. As a viewer you fall in love not only with Hiroto and Nao, but also with the very act of falling in love.
And no, you know their love will not come easy, its course will not run smooth. This will be no bed of roses, no walk in the park. After all, froth and confection do not make a full-course meal; you must learn to take the meat with the gristle, the easy with the tough, the good with the bad. Despite the undeniable pull between them, Hiroto and Nao get off to a rather rocky start. When she ferrets out his address and visits him at the boatyard, for the first time she sees the kind of world he inhabits.
So this initial phase of their nascent relationship becomes an awkward courtship dance that is less a graceful pas de deux than this jerky, staccato cha-cha, where every step forward is countered by another setback. Good thing their friends — Ayuta, Ko, Yuko — act as the catalysts that speed things along, i. And this is ALL before Episode 4 ends, baby. For this no longer becomes a simple case of class incompatibility, because now they start to feel the heat from both families.
Hiroto and Nao are just twenty after all, and remain very much attached to their respective home environments — Hiroto being the breadwinner, and Nao being the pampered only daughter. How can you sustain a viable romantic relationship when eking out a living consumes your time and energy, and your two dependents require constant supervision and care?
And the home situation is just one half of the story, because the boatyard is your responsibility too, whether you like it or not. Suddenly, the unassailable power of love becomes this pipe dream, somewhat ludicrous against the relentless advance of… The Real World. Because after his funeral, his friends console each other afterwards, saying: Whatever Yuuki, just go zoom off into the sunset and keep smiling inside your helmet, go on now.
It was nice knowing you without really knowing you. In fact, my best friend and I call him exactly that: This was before we found out he was Tokio, so the name kind of stuck.
Renzoku, 10 episodes In a Word: A straightforward if conventional love story hinged on a two-different-worlds premise, and with a fair share of melodrama plot elements. This is about that One Great Love you had when you were twenty, and which stayed with you for the rest of your life even if the relationship itself may not have lasted.
Stupendous Kamenashi Kazuya is at the top of his game as far as romantic-hero roles are concerned.
Renzoku, 9 episodes In a Word: Kame is a boxer! Kame loves to eat! Kame likes this young, spunky nun! Kame has to train for his next fight! But… Kame loves to eat! The actors and actresses… make me speechless. They are all so great and believable. They captured the personalities of their characters and made them their own, making them appear true and sympathetic. He is so handsome and he fits the role. Both of them make such good romantic scenes, especially the hugging parts.
This is what I love about the drama. Their kissing scenes are innocent and sweet, not so long and adultish.
Their embraces are heartfelt and emotional. I like how Hiroto loves his family more than himself, and how he becomes a guide to Haruka in her decisions. He always thinks about others more than himself. The others had done their share of great performances, too. Toda, Hiraoka, and Koki-kun helped in the development of the story and I like the three of them. Yokohama was a good spot; it is one of the most romantic places in Japan.
The sceneries were beautiful and the settings were just perfect. I enjoyed looking at them and it beautified the simple story.