Maison Ikkoku: The Final Chapter Trailer

Maison Ikkoku: The Final Chapter Trailer (1988)

06 November 1988 Drama, Comedy, Romance

Yagami comes to Maison Ikkoku, not knowing of Godai's and Kyoko's wedding, stating that she is now an adult, which she is, not knowing how to tell her, they panic, but she finds out in the end, and is heart broken.

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Cast

Issei Futamata

as Issei Futamata

Sumi Shimamoto

as Kyoko Otonashi

Kazuyo Aoki

as Hanae Ichinose

Ryō Horikawa

as Nozomu Nikaido

Shigeru Chiba

as Yotsuya

Yûko Mita

as Akemi Roppongi

Akira Kamiya

as Shun Mitaka

Hiromi Tsuru

as Asuna Kujo

Hiroshi Ohtake

as club president(Saotome, puppet theater club)

Hisako Kyouda

as Yukari Godai

Kousei Tomita

as Kyoko's father

Mayumi Shou

as Ikuko

Minoru Yada

as Mr. Ichinose

Norio Wakamoto

as master(Cha Cha Maru)

Shigeru Chiba

as Soichiro-san(dog)

International Titles

Maison Ikkoku Trailer

Mezon Ikkoku Kanketsuhen Trailer

Mezon Ikkoku: Kanketsu-hen Trailer

Maison Ikkoku Final Chapter Trailer

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