Drama Fuyou no Hito (People of Fuyou ~Wife of Mt Fuji) Information

Fuyou no Hito (People of Fuyou ~Wife of Mt Fuji)
  • Drama Title: Fuyou no Hito (People of Fuyou ~Wife of Mt Fuji)
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  • Status: Completed
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  • Total Episodes: 6
  • Summary: 

    This drama is based on a real life story. 120 years ago a man was in charge of performing an exclusive daily weather report on Mt. Fuji for the weather station. Meanwhile, his wife lived in fear for his life.

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