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Title: 人にやさしく / ３ピース
Title (romaji): Hito ni Yasashiku
Also known as: Basically Nice / Be Nice to People / 3 Peace
Genre: Family Drama
Viewership ratings: 21.4
Broadcast network: Fuji TV
Broadcast period: 2002-Jan-07 to 2002-Mar-18
Air time: Monday 21:00
Opening song: “Yume” by The Blue Hearts (ザ・ブルーハーツ)
Insert song: “Hito ni Yasashiku” by The Blue Hearts
This is a story about 3 men that live together. One morning they wake up to find out that they are now fathers; which helps them to grow right beneath their own eyes.
Zen, Taro, Ken.
Although different ages, all three were known as the toughest cats in Harajuku Middle School. Now the 3 of them live together in a house they call “Peace.” It may sound like a nice place to live, but in actuality, it is closer to poverty than you can imagine. But even so, they bide by their motto of “a cheerful, fun, and funky” life.
Suddenly one day, they find a first grader, Akira, on their doorstep. With Akira, they find a letter from his mother that reads “please take care of him for a little while.” The bad part, which they soon find out is that Akira isn’t like them. He’s been raised in a glass house, and is “soft,” quiet unlike the 3 of them, which proves to change their lives as they once knew it. –Fuji TV
Katori Shingo as Maeda Zen
Matsuoka Mitsuru as Yamada Taro
Kato Koji as Otsubo Ken
Suga Kenta as Igarashi Akira
Hoshino Mari as Sakaki Nozomi
Konishi Manami as Mizusaki Hanako
Ryo / Miyada Yumiko as Hyuga Yu
Jinnai Takanori as Hyuga Ryuichi
Brother Tom / Koyanagi Tom as Harry
Okayama Hajime as Kuwabara Akira
Oshima Yoko as Sento Owner
Ohgo Suzuka as Kameyama Rika
For more info: http://wiki.d-addicts.com/Hito_ni_Yasashiku
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Translation: G Goh & Y L Chua
Spot translator: danburi
Episode 05 notes
The back street of Harajuku is called “Urahara” and the fashion style popularized in the area is called “Urahara kei (style)”, which is street casual based mode or some high fashion influenced.
A lot of clothing stores are in the area but some are blended in houses and the streets are quiet compare to the main streets in Harajuku.
The most stores stand on a street nicknamed “cat street”, including X-Girl, Milk Fed and Anna Sui.
The fashion magazines for women feature Urahara fashion are, ZIPPER, SEDA, spring, mini, cutie, and so on. (Source: JapanStyle)