From episode 5 of Thursday Theater “Ichiban Sukina Hana” (from left) Mio Imada, Kohei Matsushita, Mikako Tabe, Kaede Kamio (C) Fuji Television
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Ken Murase, who produced the social phenomenon “silent,” and screenwriter Miku Ubukata have teamed up once again to lead a different life with the theme of “Can friendship be established between men and women?” We will deliver a new style of drama that carefully depicts the friendship and love created by these four men and women, as well as the emotions that are generated therein. The main characters are Yukue Ushio (Mikako Tabe), Tsubaki Haruki (Kohei Matsushita), Yoya Miyuki (Mio Imada), and Momiji Sato (Kaede Kamio), who have lived separate lives.
Currently, episodes 1 to 3 and the latest episode 6 are being distributed for free on TVer/FOD.
■Episode 7 synopsis (broadcast on the 23rd)
At Tsubaki Haruki’s house, Yukue Ushio, Yoya Miyuki, and Momiji Sato are about to enjoy their first home-cooked hotpot when Tsubaki suddenly announces, “I’ve decided to move.” Yukue asks if she had put the house up for sale, and Tsubaki reveals that she was told by a real estate agent that the person who lived in the house before wanted to buy it back. “It’s kind of selfish,” Ikue says, but Tsubaki explains that she found herself alone unexpectedly, so she thought it was the right thing to do, but Yoru is still unconvinced by this decision. He then gets into a fight with Momiji, who was looking for the previous resident of this house.
Yukue returns to her apartment and tells Konomi (Asuka Saito) about what happened at Tsubaki’s house. Konomi seems to be wondering, “Why does the flower shop get so nervous just because it moves?” Yukue says that because there are four of them, that place is good…