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Let's Go Nagata-cho (レッツ・ゴー!永田町)

A political drama that sounds like a Japanese version of Britain's hilarious sendups, "Yes, Minister" and "Yes, Prime Minister". This drama was largely inspired by the arrival of Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi. "Let's Go, Nagatacho" has turned murky realities into compelling entertainment, a vivid and blunt illustration of Japanese politicians in ways they have almost never been shown before. The show's biggest star is the legislator's aide played by the highly popular comedian Ishibashi Takaaki. A critic writing in the Japan Times...called him the "perfect combination of obsequiousness and cunning."... --timesizing (Source: Drama Wiki)

drama - 10 Total episodes | NTV | 2001
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