Today I had a goodbye ceremony at one of my primary schools. I have two days left there, then I may never go back again… It was such an awesome memory that I want to share with everyone and makes singing songs with grade one kids and a sore throat… a bit more bearable! Hehe.Read More
Name (romaji): Eikura Nana
Birthdate: 1988 Feb 12
Birthplace: Izumi, Kagoshima, Japan
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Where did I first see her?
I first saw Nana in Proposal Daisakusen. She seemed like a tall beauty, and was surprised at how young she was. She played someone from school to her mid twenties very well.
From hard-to-get beauty to awkward girl with butler, I would really like to see more of Nana! It’s funny, she has short hair in Meichan no Shitsuji yet she looks younger – often I find it is the other way around with short hair.
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In this special of Proposal Daisakusen, it is Eri and Tsuru’s wedding. However, Eri isn’t prepared to go through with it because she isn’t sure if Tsuru is serious about her. Once again, Ken wishes there was something he could do, and thus he is transported back to the past to change the future…Read More
Ken is at the wedding of his childhood friend, Rei. Except he is not the Groom, something he deeply regrets. So when an angel/fairy/thing comes along and gives him a chance to re-live his life through the photo slide show they are playing, Ken jumps at the chance to redo his life and make Rei his.
- Episode 1 – Ken tries to win a baseball game.
- Episode 2 – Ken tries to find some coffee flavoured milk.
- Episode 3 – The one where Ken switches seats
- Episode 4 – They’ve finished high school and Ken gives Rei his second button
- Episode 5 – Rei’s Grandfather and a kiss or two
- Episode 6 – Ken gets sick and The Letter
- Episode 7 – Tada confesses
- Episode 8 – New Years Eve and Don’t Knock New York
- Episode 9 – Tada’s Proposal
- Episode 10 – Last Hallelujah Chance
- Episode 11 – Final Episode
In this special of Proposal Daisakusen, it is Eri and Tsuru’s wedding. However, Eri isn’t prepared to go through with it because she isn’t sure if Tsuru is serious about her. Once again, Ken wishes there was something he could do, and thus he is transported back to the past to change the future…
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This was a fantastic show! It is deep yet comedic and it has gone down as one of my favourite dramas.Read More
Continuing on from the last episode, Ken drags Rei to their primary school, hoping to capture her heart. They sit in their old seats and play on their old play gym… but Ken fails. Sadly, he returns to Tada’s party and takes a photo of himself, so he returns to the present…