It looks like the email we have in your account is invalid. Please update this to complete the sign-up process.

It looks like the email we have in your account is invalid.

Looks like your email is invalid.

Update email

Would you like to receive DramaFever news and exclusive promotions?

Would you like to receive DramaFever news and exclusive promotions?

Would you like to receive DramaFever promotions?

Would you like to try our new layout?

Would you like to try our new layout?

Would you like to try our new layout?

Yes! No, Don't ask me again

Please disable compatibility mode to improve your experience.

Our website may look like a mismatched Mr. Potato Head with it turned on.

Click here to learn how

It looks like you don't have Adobe Flash Player installed.

Without it, your DramaFever experience will be like watching TV with blindfolds on.

Click here to download and install

Your browser is on the brink of extinction.

Try one of these awesome modern browsers to fully take advantage of all that DramaFever has to offer!

Click here to download and install

Wakaba

The 71st Drama Serial is titled Wakaba. The story is about a young woman who becomes a landscape gardener following her father’s wishes. Wakaba, born and brought up in Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture, lived happily with her parents and younger brother until the Great Hanshin Earthquake shook and destroyed the city in 1995. In the disaster, Wakaba loses her father, who was an architect and moves with her mother and brother to Obi, old castle town in Nichinan, Miyazaki Prefecture, where her grandmother lives with her uncle and aunt. Living in Obi’s rich natural environment, Wakaba learns that plants can heal people’s hearts. She makes a resolution to return to Kobe and reconstruct the city abundant in greenery. After graduating from university, she returns to Kobe and starts working as a gardener with help of her grandfather on her father’s side who is an experienced arborist and gardener. Her goal is to realize her father’s dream to have housing surrounded by plants and trees. Through Wakaba’s experiences in Miyazaki and Kobe, the story portrays her struggle and challenge at work and the key events in life, together with the "recovery‿ of the Kobe city and her family. (Source: Drama Wiki)

drama - 151 Total episodes | NHK | 2004
Related Themes

There were no matching themes for this series.


Leave a Review

Please sign in to comment.

Reviews

0 Reviews sorted by
  • Premium

      Just now

  • Load More