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WOOOO!!! I just love these senior+junior kinda thing.. haha.. seeing Nagase + TOMA in a drama together.. cannot wait for that..Just another month to go before it airs!!! Hope it’ll be a nice show to watch.

Source: Tokyograph

Wed, May 19, 2010 (7:10pm EDT)
TOKIO’s Tomoya Nagase (31) is once again teaming up with screenwriter Kankuro Kudo (39) for a new drama series this summer. This will be their third one together, after “Ikebukuro West Gate Park” (2000) and “Tiger & Dragon” (2005).

Titled “Unubore Deka” (“Conceited Detective”), the show is an original comedy about an unusual detective (Nagase) who has a habit of falling in love with every female suspect, and his conceit leads him to believe that they are also in love with him. When he finds evidence of their crimes, he confronts them with an arrest warrant and a marriage proposal at the same time, giving them a choice between the two. Although his actual name will apparently not be mentioned during the show, he is known to everyone as “Unubore” for his conceit.

TBS says that they are lining up big-name actresses to play the guest role of the suspect for each episode. The network also hinted that there’s even a case where the guest will be a male actor.

The regular supporting cast features Toma Ikuta (25) as an actor who is Unubore’s friend, Mika Nakashima (27) as Unubore’s ex-girlfriend, and Toshiyuki Nishida (62) as Unubore’s father. The detective frequents a bar where he and a group of acquaintances are known as the “Unubore 5,” consisting of Nagase, Ikuta, Jun Kaname (29), Ken Yahagi (38), and Mitsugoro Bando (54).

“Unubore Deka” will air on Friday nights at 10:00pm, starting in July.

Source: Sankei Sports

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I’m soooo happy for Toma!!! It’s reali great that good things are coming more and more for him. This was also a drama that starred Kinki Kids a long time ago! Probably 10 over years.

Source: Tokyograph

Ikuta leads adaptation of Dazai’s “No Longer Human”
Wed, May 13, 2009 (1:12am EDT)
Popular young actor Toma Ikuta (24) will star in a new movie directed by Genjiro Arato, the producer responsible for the award-winning “Zigeunerweisen” in 1980. The film is “Ningen Shikkaku,” based on the Osamu Dazai novel of the same name. Also known in English as “No Longer Human,” the book is generally considered to be Dazai’s greatest masterpiece.

Ikuta has recently had major roles in several television series, but this role will actually be his first time appearing in a movie. Published in 1948, the semi-autobiographical “Ningen Shikkaku” was Dazai’s last completed work before he successfully committed suicide. Despite selling millions of copies, the story has never been adapted to screen. However, this year is the 100th anniversary of Dazai’s birth, prompting the decision to create a movie.

Filming starts in July, with a release projected for spring 2010.

Source: Sankei Sports

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Source: Tokyograph
Sun, March 22, 2009 (5:17am EDT)
Readers of TVnavi magazine have cast their votes for 2008’s Drama of the Year, and on Saturday it was announced that the winner is the TBS suspense series “Maou” that starred Satoshi Ohno and Toma Ikuta. Ohno also was named Best Actor for his role in that series.

Aoi Miyazaki was voted Best Actress for “Atsuhime.” Best Supporting Actor and Actress went to Eita and Juri Ueno, who both appeared in Fuji TV’s “Last Friends.” In the Best Newcomer category, Ryosuke Yamada (“One-Pound Gospel,” “Scrap Teacher”) and Manami Higa (“Code Blue”) received the most votes.

Source: Sankei Sports

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Souce: Tokyograph

Readers of TVnavi magazine have cast their votes for 2008’s Drama of the Year, and on Saturday it was announced that the winner is the TBS suspense series “Maou” that starred Satoshi Ohno and Toma Ikuta. Ohno also was named Best Actor for his role in that series.

Aoi Miyazaki was voted Best Actress for “Atsuhime.” Best Supporting Actor and Actress went to Eita and Juri Ueno, who both appeared in Fuji TV’s “Last Friends.” In the Best Newcomer category, Ryosuke Yamada (“One-Pound Gospel,” “Scrap Teacher”) and Manami Higa (“Code Blue”) received the most votes.

Source: Sankei Sports

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Ahhhhhh this is juzzzzz toooooo cute for words… Toma & Yamapi are reali best frenz!

U can read the fan report here at the awesome teacup79’s livejournal!

Ahhhh i wish i cld c a video of this!!

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Ahhhhh this is one of the cutest update by Yamapi in a while! More Tomapi love love!!!!

This translation is done by the fantastic teacup79@lj.

U can read her translation here.

Yamapi’s Jweb
12/31

Thank you everyone for 2008!

Well~This morning, around 8
I received a mail from Toma.

It said that he will post about the events of the concert [that he attended as guest] in his Jweb, so he’s sending me a copy first.

He also wrote some pretty mushy stuff. Yeah, definitely mushy. (Laugh)

But [after receiving his mail], I was in a good mood from the day’s start.

Although I don’t know when, or in what manner, I think that I’ll be very happy if we could sing together!

Come to think of it, I’ll be singing today. I’ll be going to the Tokyo Dome party later.

After the party ends, I will go eat noodles.

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Thank u Ayu ayu for “reminding” to go youtube and look at it.. haha..

OHHH MYYY LOOORDDDD… i see many many funny things.. haha.. playing “pool” games… haha i so so so so cannot wait to watch this special.. i tink it’ll be a 2hr SP.. huuuurrraaayyyy BUT i want more… HAHAHA… Hana Kimi reali rocks.. ahhhh Toma….

*Edit – HAPPPPPPYYYY BDAYYYYY TOMMMAAA.. shucks i’m late.. haha

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