Ima Ai ni Yukimasu [いま会いにゆきます] Sweet, sad, uplifting, emotional, funny, happy, and magical. At times you get any one of these and many more. The characters are memorable, the actors are superb, and camera work and direction artistic and tasteful. Loved the cast and the emotional feel of this series. A quality production in all areas. My first look at Jdrama, but certainly not my last!
Megumi Another thing that's cool about JDramas is they can always find a place to cast one of these hot swimsuit models. Megumi stands out wherever she appears.
Mimura [ミムラ] I have to agree with one of the earlier posts, "She looks like an angel..." Just sets your knees trembling seeing her face and hearing the sound of her voice (although I don't undersatnd a word!) Too sweet. Hope we'll be seeing her again.
Narimiya Hiroki [成宮寛貴] Has a full range of acting talents. I've only seen him in one show, but he ran the gamut of emotions.
Okamoto Aya [岡本綾] A natural beauty and grace. She's also a good actress. Subtle yet searing, in the style of many Japanese actresses. You like her when she's on the screen.
Saeko [サエコ] Cute as a button and I love her little "cartoon-charcter" voice. Like all of the women in 'Oishii Proposal', she made my heart skip a beat!
Yo Kimiko [余貴美子] I have to agree that she is "one sexy older woman." Such a nice shape (her arms are so firm and youthful-looking. Not a bit of grammaw's jiggling flab.) She must have been a knockout in her younger days!
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Ima Ai ni Yukimasu [いま会いにゆきます] A gift from a from away star [Rating: 10/10] This was one of the sweetest, most touching dramas that I've ever seen. I found myself instantly pulled in by the story, the characters, and the beautiful scenery that the director photographed and refered to as an integral part of the entire package. Like a fairy tale brought to life, you ride the emotional rollercoaster of this family torn apart by tragedy and pulled together through the magical rebirth of the angelic young mother, Mio, played with heart-rendering subtleness by a real-life angel Mimura.
The roles of the young father Tekumi and seven year old Yuji were also outstanding as were the performances of trhe teenaged versions of Tekumi and Mio. There was nothing in this series that I didn't find engrossing and either uplifting or poingant. I found all of the players to my liking and would recommend this series to anyone who has a heart that has ever been broken and magically mended.