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  • Title: 白線流し
  • Title (romaji): Hakusen Nagashi
  • Also known as: Those were the Days / White Line / Throwing White Ribbon
  • Format: Renzoku
  • Genre: School, romance

Renzoku

Hakusen Nagashi
  • Episodes: 11
  • Broadcast network: Fuji TV
  • Broadcast period: 1996-Jan-11 to 1996-Mar-21
  • Air time: Thursday 22:00
  • Theme song: Sora mo Toberu Hazu by Spitz

Synopsis

Sonoko (Sakai), a rural high school student, notices stars drawn on her desk at school. It seems that sitting at that very same desk at night is Wataru, a poor teenage student, who with no parents is forced to work during the day and study at night. Then one day a chance encounter changes their lives in this nostalgic teenage love story. (Nagase) is a high school student who dropped out but is now going back to night school. He works at a metal shop type of place. His father died and his mother abandoned him, so he is living alone, going to work and going to night school. Sonoko is a high school senior at North Matsumoto High School in Nagano Prefecture. They meet, actually crash into each other on a street. She leaves a book about the stars behind. Wataru manages to return the book to Sonoko. Later Sonoko finds out that Wataru uses her desk at night school. Sonoko and Wataru have feelings for each other.

Sonoko's friends Madoka (Kyono) and Fuyumi (Mabuchi) are very good supporting characters. Yusuke (Kashiwabara) plays Sonoko's classmate and has a major crush on her. Yui Ryoko is Wataru's coworker at the metal shop and does not like Sonoko at all, she wants Wataru for herself.

--Fuji Creative

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19 no Haru

  • Title: 白線流し ~19の春
  • Title (romaji): Hakusen Nagashi ~Jukyu no Haru
  • Title (English): Spring at Age 19
  • Broadcast date: 1997-Aug-08
  • Air time: 21:00

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Hatachi no Kaze

  • Title: 白線流し ~二十歳の風
  • Title (romaji): Hakusen Nagashi ~Hatachi no Kaze
  • Also known as: The Wind at Age 20
  • Broadcast date: 1999-Jan-15
  • Air time: Friday 21:00
  • Theme song: Sora mo Toberu Hazu by Spitz

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Tabidachi no Uta

  • Title: 白線流し ~旅立ちの詩
  • Title (romaji): Hakusen Nagashi ~Tabidachi no Uta
  • Also known as: The Poem of Travels
  • Broadcast period: 2001-Oct-26
  • Air time: Friday 21:00
  • Theme song: Sora mo Toberu Hazu by Spitz

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25-sai

Hakusen Nagashi- Age 25
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  • Title: 白線流し ~二十五歳
  • Title (romaji): Hakusen Nagashi ~Nijuugo-sai
  • Also known as: Age 25
  • Broadcast date: 2003-Sep-06
  • Air time: Saturday 21:00

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Yume Miru Goro wo Sugitemo

Hakusen Nagashi Saishusho ~Yume Miru Goro wo Sugitemo
  • Title: 白線流し・最終章 ~夢見る頃を過ぎても
  • Title (romaji): Hakusen Nagashi Saishusho ~Yume Miru Goro wo Sugitemo
  • Also known as: Even as the Times of Dreaming have Passed
  • Viewership ratings: 14.5%
  • Broadcast date: 2005-Oct-07
  • Air time: Friday 21:00-23:22
  • Theme song: Sora mo Toberu Hazu by Spitz

Synopsis

The TV drama series Hakusen Nagashi, which started appearing in January 1996, had Matsumoto and environs, with its abundant natural beauties, as its setting in depicting the lives of young people, their dreams, their love affairs in a drama that appealed to all ages in showing the pains, pathos and beauties of youth. Now Sonoko and Wataru meet again and have to cope with their respective tests and tribulations. Their story focuses on five friends decide which way they will go on life's crossroads with the natural beauties of Hida-Takayama and Matsumoto to the background. This is the concluding story of Hakusen Nagashi. --Fuji TV

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External Links




Autumn 1995 Fuji TV Spring 1996
Koibito Yo Thursday 22:00 Age 35 Koishikute

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