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Haruka 17
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はるか17
(Haruka Sebuntiin)
Genre Drama, comedy
Manga
Author Sayuka Yamazaki
Publisher Japan Kodansha
Demographic Seinen
Magazine Weekly Morning
Original run 20042006
Volumes 13
TV drama
Director 片山修, 常廣丈太 and 木村政和
Network TV Asahi
Original run July 1September 16, 2005
Episodes 10
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Haruka Seventeen (はるか17 Haruka Sebuntiin ?) is a seinen manga by Sakuya Yamazaki which was serialized by Kodansha in Weekly Morning from 2004 to 2006. It was adapted into a live-action TV drama which aired on TV Asahi in 2005.

Contents

Plot

TV Drama

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Cast

  • Aya Hirayama - Haruka Miyamae (宮前遥 Miyamae Haruka)
  • Arata Furuta - Takeshi Fukuhara (福原剛史 Fukuhara Takeshi)
  • Tetta Sugimoto - Kouhei Sakitani (崎谷浩平 Sakitani Kouhei)
  • Saki Seto - Yuri Sakura (佐倉ユリ Sakura Yuri)
  • Takatoshi Kaneko - Saruo Momohara (桃原猿男 Momohara Saruo)
  • Atsushi Fukazawa - Kanezou Ogura (尾倉兼三 Ogura Kanezou)
  • Jiro Sato - Fumi'ichiro Igasaki (伊賀崎文一郎 Igasaki Fumi'ichiro)
  • Youko Oshima - Sachiko (幸子 Sachiko)
  • Magy - Kengo Kuriyama (栗山賢吾 Kuriyama Kengo)
  • Satoshi Hashimoto - Youichi Matsunaga (松永洋一 Matsunaga Youichi)
  • Guts Ishimatsu - Iwao Miyamae (宮前岩男 Miyamae Iwao)
  • Hitomi Takahashi - Midori Miyamae (宮前ミドリ Miyamae Midori)
  • Eri Kurachi - Risa Miyamae (宮前理沙 Miyamae Risa)
  • Sawa Suzuki - Eiko Takamura (鷹村英子 Takamura Eiko)
  • Shou Tomita - Jin Hashimoto (橋本仁 Hashimoto Jin)
  • Sayo Aizawa - Nanako Hasegawa (長谷川奈々子 Hasegawa Nanako)
  • Ikeda Tsutomu - Chan (チャン)
  • Mioko Oikawa - Chie (チエ)
  • Tokuma Nishioka - Ken Kasakura (笠倉健 Kasakura Ken)

Staff

  • Directors - 片山修, 常廣丈太, 木村政和
  • Producers - 桑田潔, 平部隆明
  • Screenwriter - Youko Nagata (永田優子 Nagata Youko)
  • Music - Kei'ichi Miyako (都啓一 Miyako Kei'ichi)

Episodes

There are a total of 10 episodes.

External links


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