Kamisama Mou Sukoshi Dake

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Kamisama Mou Sukoshi Dake


  • Title: 神様、もう少しだけ
  • Title (romaji): Kamisama, Mou Sukoshi Dake
  • Also known as: God, please give me more time / Precious Time
  • Genre: Romance, drama
  • Episodes: 12
  • Viewership ratings: 22.5%
  • Broadcast network: Fuji TV
  • Broadcast period: 1998-Jul-07 to 1998-Sep-22
  • Air time: Tuesday 21:00
  • Theme songs:
    • Opening song: I for You by LUNA SEA
    • Insert song: In the Sky by Kudo Shizuka
    • Insert song: Kirara by Kudo Shizuka
    • Insert song: Wish by S.E.N.S.


A touching love story about a girl Kano Masaki (Fukada) who contracted HIV after selling her body in order to earn money for the concert of a famous composer Ishikawa Keigo (Kaneshiro). After the concert, Keigo saw Masaki chasing after his van. She was drenched, and thus Keigo took her to his apartment, where they spent the night. --JDorama

User/Viewer Ratings

(4 votes)


Main Cast
People around Masaki
People around Keigo
Kano family

Production Credits

Episode Titles & Ratings

  • Ep 01: The love that I staked my life on begins now... A notice of AIDS virus infection
  • Ep 02: I like it... Even if you are deprive of living
  • Ep 03: I live...The joy and sorrow
  • Ep 04: When the girl's last love is lost
  • Ep 05: Hold a heart...You are nobody
  • Ep 06: The fight to live...Please give me courage
  • Ep 07: If it's not favorable, it's not possible to live
  • Ep 08: You are not allowed to die
  • Ep 09: Fate tramples on love
  • Ep 10: Two people and connected nights
  • Ep 11: New life to reduce life
  • Ep 12: I for You... For love and brightness of life
  • Ep 01: 18.2%
  • Ep 02: 24.6%
  • Ep 03: 21.4%
  • Ep 04: 22.3%
  • Ep 05: 20.4%
  • Ep 06: 21.7%
  • Ep 07: 19.6%
  • Ep 08: 24.1%
  • Ep 09: 24.8%
  • Ep 10: 24.0%
  • Ep 11: 20.9%
  • Ep 12: 28.3%


by Kanin

Masaki played by Kyoko sadly gets infected by the HIV virus and that's pretty early in the story. From that moment on it's a big struggle for her and for her nearest people. I kinda like the relation between Masaki and her mother just because her mother is the one person that backs her up the most. The other persons reaction to Masaki's secret (illness) is def. not nice but maybe somehow understandable. The main story though, is about the love between Keigo, a famous songwriter, and Masaki. Many good thoughts are brought up in regard to the illness HIV, whom to blame and is it ok to have a baby and so on.

Of all the dramas I've seen Kyoko in she's had kinda odd characters such as in Fighting Girl, Strawberry on the Shortcake, To Heart and Otousan. But in this one she's been given a bigger role I think. I'm very impressed with her acting, cause when she did this she was only 17 years old (same as the character btw) and she's bringing this drama everything. She is brilliant and this was the type of drama I was looking for in contrast to her other ones I've seen. A much more serious drama.

Takeshi I have seen in another drama, Golden Bowl and in the movie Space Travelers and I read he's also in Love 2000 but I haven't seen that one yet.

Even if it's a kinda dark story and yes, it's a sad story as well, it's definately a beautiful love story and it leaves you content somehow despite the situation, mainly because of the character Kyoko portrays. I would say it's a high risk of crying watching most of the episodes (I know I did) just because of her many ups and downs (actually alot of downs). So be prepared, it's a roller coaster of feelings. If you like Kyoko the tinyest bit this is a must see.


External Links

Spring 1998 Fuji TV Autumn 1998
With Love Tuesday 21:00 Naguru Onna