Ryoma den

 


 

Contents

  • 1 Details
  • 2 Synopsis
  • 3 Cast
    • 3.1 Sakamoto Family
      • 3.1.1 Iwasaki Family
      • 3.1.2 Takechi Family
      • 3.1.3 Hirai Family
      • 3.1.4 Tosa Clan
    • 3.2 Kyoto Residents
    • 3.3 Chiba Dojo
    • 3.4 Kaientai
    • 3.5 Choshu Clan
    • 3.6 Satsuma Clan
    • 3.7Nagasaki Residents
    • 3.8 Tokugawa Bakufu
    • 3.9 Shinsengumi
    • 3.10 Others
  • 4 Production Credits
  • 5 Awards
  • 6External Links

Details

  • Title: 龍馬伝
  • Title (romaji): Ryoma den
  • Format: Renzoku
  • Genre: Jidaigeki
  • Episodes: 48
  • Broadcast network: NHK
  • Broadcast period: 2010-Jan-03 to 2010-Nov-28
  • Air time: Sunday 20:00

Synopsis

The 49th NHK Taiga drama is Ryoma den, set back in the Bakumatsu period. The story focuses on the life of Sakamoto Ryoma, who lived from 1835 to 1867. He was an important leader in the movement to overthrow the Tokugawa Bakufu, eventually bringing about the Meiji Restoration. He was also one of the founders of modern day Japanese navy through incorporation of western technology, which proved to be a force to be reckoned with during the revolution.

Cast

  • Fukuyama Masaharu as Sakamoto Ryoma
    • Hamada Tatsuomi as young Sakamoto Ryoma

Sakamoto Family

  • Terajima Shinobu as Sakamoto Otome
    • Tsuchiya Tao as young Otome (ep1)
  • Kusakari Tamiyo as Sakamoto Ko
  • Kodama Kiyoshi as Sakamoto Hachihei
  • Sugimoto Tetta as Sakamoto Gonpei
  • Matsubara Chieko as Sakamoto Iyo
  • Shimazaki Wakako as Sakamoto Chino
  • Maeda Atsuko as Sakamoto Harui

Iwasaki Family

  • Kagawa Teruyuki as Iwasaki Yataro
  • Baisho Mitsuko as Iwasaki Miwa
  • Kanie Keizo as Iwasaki Yajiro
  • Maiko as Iwasaki Kise

Takechi Family

  • Omori Nao as Takechi Hanpeita
  • Okunuki Kaoru as Takechi Tomi

Hirai Family

  • Hirosue Ryoko as Hirai Kao
  • Miyasako Hiroyuki as Hirai Shujiro

Tosa Clan

  • Kondo Masaomi as Yamauchi Yodo
  • Aoki Munetaka as Goto Shojiro
  • Tanaka Min as Yoshida Toyo
  • Sato Takeru as Okada Izo
  • Kamikawa Takaya as Nakaoka Shintaro
  • Pierre Taki as Mizobuchi Hironojo
  • Kitami Toshiyuki as Shibata Bingo

Kyoto Residents

  • Maki Yoko as Narasaki Ryo
  • Kusakari Tamiyo as Otose
  • Moriguchi Ayano as Shino

Chiba Dojo

  • Kanjiya Shihori as Chiba Sana
  • Satomi Kotaro as Chiba Sadakichi
  • Watanabe Ikkei as Chiba Jutaro

Kaientai

  • Oizumi Yo as Kondo Chojiro
  • Kaname Jun as Sawamura Sonojo
  • Hiraoka Yuta as Mutsu Yonosuke
  • Kiritani Kenta as Ike Kurata

Choshu Clan

  • Tanihara Shosuke as Katsura Kogoro
  • Iseya Yusuke as Takasagi Shinsaku
  • Kakei Toshio as Miyoshi Shinzo
  • Namase Katsuhisa as Yoshida Shoin

Satsuma Clan

  • Takahashi Katsumi as Saigō Kichinosuke
  • Oikawa Mitsuhiro as Ōkubo Toshimichi
  • Takito Kenichi as Komatsu Tatewaki

Nagasaki Residents

  • Aoi Yu as Omoto
  • Honda Hirotaro as Kozone Kendo
  • Yo Kimiko as Oura Kei

Tokugawa Bakufu

  • Tanaka Tetsushi as Tokugawa Yoshinobu
  • Nakamura Hayato as Tokugawa Iemochi

Shinsengumi

  • Harada Taizo as Kondo Isami
  • Matsuda Satoshi as Hijikata Toshizo
  • Tochihara Rakuto as Okita Soji

Others

  • Takeda Tetsuya as Katsu Kaishu
  • Matsumoto Tortoise (トータス松本) as John Manjiro
  • Owada Kensuke as Minekichi
  • Otoo Takuma as Mochizuki Kameyata
    • Taniyama Takeru as young Mochizuki Kameyata
  • Abe Shohei as Emperor Komei

Production Credits

  • Screenwriter: Fukuda Yasushi
  • Producer: Suzuki Kei (鈴木圭)
  • Director: Otomo Keishi (大友啓史), Fukuoka Toshitake
  • Music: Sato Naoki

Awards

  • 14th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Oct-Dec 2010): Best Supporting Actor – Kagawa Teruyuki
  • 67th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Supporting Actor – Kagawa Teruyuki
  • 13th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix Winter 2010: Best Supporting Actor: Kagawa Teruyuki

External Links

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