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Love Generation

Details[edit]

  • Title: ラブジェネレーション
  • Title (English): Love Generation
  • Format: Renzoku
  • Genre: Romance
  • Episodes: 11
  • Viewership ratings: 30.70%
  • Broadcast network: Fuji TV
  • Broadcast period: 1997-Oct-13 to 1997-Dec-22
  • Air time: Monday 21:00
  • Theme song: Shiawase na Ketsumatsu by Ohtaki Eiichi

Synopsis[edit]

Katagiri Teppei (Kimura Takuya) is a promising creative agent, but whose attitude gets him transferred to the sales department. He has to learn to adapt to the new working environment, which includes cutting his precious locks of hair to create a neater and more appropriate image. Helping him along the way is Uesugi Riko (Matsu Takako), whom he tried to pick up along the street earlier but was tricked by her instead. Riko does not have a good impression of him at first, but falls for him gradually. However, Teppei runs into his ex-girlfriend Mizuhara Sanae (Junna Risa) who is now the girlfriend of his brother Soichiro (Uchino Masaaki). Consoling him is Riko, whom Teppei likes gradually. Just when Teppei and Riko start dating, Sanae realises that she still likes Teppei...

-- JDorama.com

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Episode Information[edit]

Episode Air date Title Rating
EP 01 1997-10-13 When you meet a new love with yourself 31.3%
EP 02 1997-10-20 The moment you fall in love 30.1%
EP 03 1997-10-27 A gift wet in tears 29.0%
EP 04 1997-11-03 One night without love 30.8%
EP 05 1997-11-10 Kiss, kiss, kiss 28.6%
EP 06 1997-11-17 Love's mixed bathing outdoor bath 30.8%
EP 07 1997-11-24 Things that come after happiness 30.3%
EP 08 1997-12-01 A piece of love that pierces 29.4%
EP 09 1997-12-08 farewell 32.5%
EP 10 1997-12-15 Tokyo Last Dating 32.3%
EP 11 1997-12-22 I was born for this love 32.1%
Special Edition 1998-04-06 Start with Love Generation '98 Happy End 25.2%

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Trivia[edit]

  • The most-watched series among the TV shows produced by non-national broadcasters (excepting Japan's sole public broadcaster NHK) in Japanese TV history.

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