Nobunaga no Chef

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Contents

  • 1 Details
  • 2 Season 1
    • 2.1 Synopsis
    • 2.2 Cast
      • 2.2.1 Guests
    • 2.3 Episode Information
  • 3 Season 2
    • 3.1 Synopsis
    • 3.2 Cast
    • 3.3 Episode Information
  • 4 Production Credits
  • 5 Notes
  • 6External Links

Details

  • Title: 信長のシェフ
  • Title (romaji): Nobunaga no Chef
  • Also known as: A Chef of Nobunaga, The Knife and the Sword
  • Format: Renzoku
  • Genre: Historical, fantasy
  • Broadcast Network: TV Asahi

Season 1


 
Nobunaga no Chef
  • Episodes: 9
  • Viewership Rating: 10.8
  • Broadcast Period: 2013-Jan-11 to 2013-Mar-15
  • Air time: Friday 23:15
  • Theme song: My Resistance – Tashikana Mono by Kis-My-Ft2

Synopsis

Based on the manga by Nishimura Mitsuru and Kajikawa Takuro, this drama is about time travel. A chef by the name of Ken, somehow manages to go back in time to the Sengoku period. However, he loses his memory in the process. He is thought to be a spy, and in his haste to escape capture, he dives into the river. He is saved by Natsu, a swordsmith. He doesn’t remember his own past, or the fact that he came from the future, but he remembers cooking well. He is soon recruited by Oda Nobunaga to be his Head Chef. —TV Asahi

Cast


 
Correlation Chart
  • Tamamori Yuta as Ken
  • Shida Mirai as Natsu
  • Gori as Kinoshita Tokichiro Hideyoshi “Saru” (ep1-6,8-9)
  • Ukaji Takashi as Mori Yoshinari (ep1-4,6-8)
  • Ashina Sei as Kaede (ep1-6,8-9)
    • Nagashima Airi (長島愛莉) as young Kaede (ep6)
  • Kitaro as Inoue Kyonosuke (ep1-3,5,7,9)
  • Kashii Yu as Mysterious Lady / Yoko
  • Nagase Ren as Mori Ranmaru (ep2,7-8)
  • Ichikawa Ennosuke (市川猿之助) as Kennyo (ep6-9)
  • Hoshino Mari as Oichi (ep5-6)
  • Kaai Gamon as Azai Nagamasa (ep5-6)
  • Cunning Takeyama as Tokugawa Ieyasu (ep3-5)
    • Ikeda Gaisei (池田凱清) as young Ieyasu (ep4)
  • Masana Bokuzo as Ashikaga Yoshiaki (ep3,7-9)
  • Inagaki Goro as Akechi Mitsuhide (ep1,7,9)
  • Oikawa Mitsuhiro as Oda Nobunaga
    • Nakauchi Tenma (中内天摩) as young Nobunaga (ep4)

Guests

  • Daniel Kahl as Luis Frois (ep1)
  • Sakai Toshiya as Mihara (ep1-2,5)
  • Kawatsuru Akihiro (川鶴晃裕) as Rolenso Ryosai (ep1)
  • Koshinaka Koichi (越中晃一) (ep1,8)
  • Sugiyama Yukiharu (杉山幸晴) (ep1)
  • Honda Hirotaro as Kitabatake Tomonori (ep2)
  • Mikami Kensei as Kitabatake Tomofusa (ep2)
  • Asada Yuji (浅田祐二) (ep2)
  • Shibata Yuji (柴田裕司) (ep2)
  • Yamamoto Tatsuhiko (山本辰彦) (ep2,8)
  • Shibutani Megumi (渋谷めぐみ) (ep2)
  • Oya Takanori (大矢敬典) (ep2)
  • Inoue Hisao (井上久男) (ep2)
  • Fukumoto Seizo (ep3)
  • Yabe Yoshiaki (矢部義章) (ep3)
  • Irie Takeshi (入江毅) as Asakura Yoshikage (ep3-4)
  • Tsukasa Yusuke (司裕介) (ep3)
  • Miura Kensei (三浦憲世) (ep3)
  • Tokoo Kenichi (床尾賢一) (ep3)
  • Kato Kanji (加藤寛治) (ep3)
  • Fujieda Masami (藤枝政巳) (ep3)
  • Ishikawa Eiji (石川栄二) (ep3)
  • Takeda Akiko (武田晶子) (ep3)
  • Kimura Yasushi (木村康志) (ep3-4,6-8)
  • Hotta Takahiro (堀田貴裕) (ep3-4)
  • Koizumi Toshio (小泉敏生) (ep3)
  • Kubota Hirokazu (窪田弘和) (ep3)
  • Yoshida Teruo (吉田輝生) (ep3,6)
  • Aijima Kazuyuki as Shingo (ep4)
  • Nakajima Hiroko as Yone (ep4)
  • Ikeda Masanori as Sakai Tadatsugu (ep4)
  • Ota Masayuki (太田雅之) (ep4)
  • Hirano Shuto (平野修杜) as Gosuke (ep4)
  • Nonomura Hitoshi (野々村仁) (ep4)
  • Hamada Takahiro (浜田隆広) (ep4)
  • Iwasu Toru (いわすとおる) as Hikoroku (ep4)
  • Matsumura Mayumi (まつむら眞弓) (ep4-5)
  • Shimomoto Yoshitaka (下元佳好) (ep4-5)
  • Yamamoto Michitoshi (山本道俊) (ep4-5)
  • Kato Shigeki (加藤重樹) (ep5)
  • Hanada Tsuzumi (花田鼓) as Chacha (ep5)
  • Inada Tatsuo (稲田龍雄) (ep5-6)
  • Watanabe Ikkei as Imai Sokyu (ep6)
  • Okumiyama Arata (奥深山新) (ep6)
  • Yamane Seiji (山根誠示) (ep6)
  • Naito Kazuya (内藤和也) (ep6)
  • Sasaki Shunji (笹木俊志) (ep6)
  • Fujisawa Tetsuo (藤沢徹衛) (ep6)
  • Owada Baku as Sen no Soeki (ep6)
  • Hamaguchi Masaru as Kogane Hamanosuke (ep7)
  • Mine Rantaro (峰蘭太郎) as Shimotsuma Rairen (ep7-9)
  • Uno Yoshitaka (宇野嘉高) (ep7)
  • Yamaguchi Yukiharu (山口幸晴) (ep8)
  • Yamada Eiji (山田永二) (ep8)
  • Inoue Go (井上剛) (ep8)
  • Tsunematsu Yuki (恒松勇輝) (ep8)
  • Okubo Koji (大久保幸治) (ep8)
  • Takahashi Hiroshi (高橋弘志) (ep8)
  • Masuda Hiroshi (増田広司) (ep8)
  • Kitamura Akio (北村明男) (ep9)
  • Morimoto Leo as emperor (ep9)

Episode Information

EpisodeSubtitleRatings
(Kanto)
1A Chef from the Heisei Period time slips to the Warring State period?!11.6
2The Heisei Chef goes to the battle field! Infiltrates the enemy’s kitchen09.9
3Teriyaki War!! Shogun VS Heisei Chef10.1
4Ieyasu’s betrayal!? Help Nobunaga out of his crisis with tempura!11.3
5Heisei Chef is a spy!! Assassinating Nobunaga’s sister!?10.9
6 10.7
7 11.8
8 10.3
9 11.0
Average10.8

Source: Tokyohive

Season 2


 
Nobunaga no Chef 2
  • Episodes: 8
  • Viewership Rating: TBA
  • Broadcast Period: 2014-Jul-10 to 2014-Sep-04
  • Air time: Thursday 20:00 (ep1 2hr special)

Synopsis

French chef Ken, who went back in time to the Sengoku period and became the personal chef of Oda Nobunaga, has regained a part of his lost memory. He learnt the way to return to the present with the help of Akechi Mitsuhide but did not go back and chose to live as Nobunaga’s chef. Nobunaga’s biggest and strongest enemy, the warlord Takeda Shingen and Nobunaga’s official wife Nouhime appears, heralding ups and downs in the relationship of trust between Nobunaga and Ken. And will Mitsuhide cause the Honnoji Incident? –jdramas wordpress–

Cast


 
Correlation Chart
  • Tamamori Yuta as Ken
  • Oikawa Mitsuhiro as Oda Nobunaga
  • Shida Mirai as Natsu
  • Gori as Kinoshita Tokichiro Hideyoshi “Saru”
  • Ashina Sei as Kaede
  • Saito Yuki as Nouhime
  • Masana Bokuzo as Ashikaga Yoshiaki
  • Inagaki Goro as Akechi Mitsuhide
  • David Ito as Shibata Katsuie
  • Kitaro as Head Chef Inoue
  • Ichikawa Ennosuke (市川猿之助) as Kennyo
  • Sasano Takashi as Matsunaga Hisahide
  • Takashima Masanobu as Takeda Shingen
  • Kaku Kento as Takeda Katsuyori
  • Kazama Toru as Akiyama Nobutomo
  • Cunning Takeyama as Tokugawa Ieyasu
  • Hoshino Mari as Oichi, Nobunaga’s younger sister
  • Kaai Gamon as Azai Nagamasa
  • Sasaki Nozomi as Karen (ep 1)

Episode Information

EpisodeSubtitleRatings
(Kanto)
01To the war-torn country? French chef of the Heisei Whatever prevent Oda Nobunaga assassination!9.7%
02Truth … Heisei gourmet burning of Mount Hiei moves the history?6.1%
03Chef is kidnapped Nobunaga! Takeda Shingen rage Heisei gourmet?6.9%
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06  
07  
08  
Average 

Production Credits

  • Narrator: Kinomiya Ryoko (来宮良子)
  • Screenwriter: Fukasawa Masaki, Kuramochi Yutaka
  • Producers: Yokochi Ikuei, Oe Tatsuki, Shimada Kaoru (島田薫)
  • Directors: Kanezaki Ryosuke (兼﨑涼介), Tamura Naoki (田村直己), Fujioka Kojiro (藤岡浩二郎)
  • Music: Ike Yoshihiro

Notes

  • On DVD & Blu-ray 2013-Aug-02 Source
  • TV Asahi will air Part 2 of this drama starting 2014-July Source

External Links

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