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The Wind’s Song

DRAMA 2006 47 mins Episode(s): 1 English English
Commended, TV Drama Category, ABU Prize, 2010.

The Yagizawa family, made up of three generations,owns a hops farm in Furano, Hokkaido. But after appearing in a beer commercial for a new product,the young couple reveals they’ve been thinking of abandoning the farming business for good. Father and son constantly argue due to lifestyle differences, and daughter and mother-in-law begin to clash, threatening to tear apart the once harmonic family life in the three generation household. Can they overcome their differences? Or will another traditional farm disappear? Set against the majestic beauty of rural Furano, family issues such as inheritance and relations with in-laws play out to great comical effect in this heart-warming drama.

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