Drama Heisei Saru Kani Kassenzu Information

Heisei Saru Kani Kassenzu
  • Drama Title: Heisei Saru Kani Kassenzu
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  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: Drama
  • Country: Japanese
  • Published Date: 2014
  • Total Episodes: 6
  • Summary: 

    A hit-and-run incident occurs in Tokyo Kabukicho. The wrong man was arrested. Hamamoto Junpei, Kabukicho bartender, witness the incident, and knows who the real culprit is. In order to make some quick money he decides to blackmail Minato Keiji and his younger brother. However he gives up easily when confronted with Minato's manager En Yuko. Yuko becomes intrigued by Junpei's character, which everyone seems to love. Unintended encounters occur between Junpei and Yuko. These two come from two different worlds. Meanwhile, Yuko's nemesis Mizuki, emerges. Kosaka, the original gangster and several other people around Miki get involved in various incidents.

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