Most Popular Kuranosuke Sasaki Trailers
Total trailers found: 21
Train Man Trailer (2005)
04 June 2005
Densha Otoko (translated as Train Man) is a Japanese movie based on the purportedly true story of a 23-year-old otaku (Japanese geek) who intervened when a drunk man was harassing a woman on a train.
18 March 2017
Rei Kiriyama (Ryunosuke Kamiki) is a 17-years-old shogi (Japanese chess) player. He debuted as a professional shogi player when he was in middle school.
19 August 2008
In 1969, Kenji, an elementary school kid and his friends built a secret base during their summer holidays.
03 September 2005
A light hearted comedy following a group of friends in a science-fiction club, who spend their summer holidays fooling around at their club house, have a mission to go back into time, using a time machine that appeared out of nowhere, in order to save their summer days from unbearable heat by retrieving the remote control for their air conditioner.
05 April 2008
Set on the backdrop of 1979 a group of troublemaking teenagers led by Mamachari (Hayato Ichihara) decide to prank Chuzai-san (Kuranosuke Sasaki) the local police officer who caught Mamachari’s friend Saijo (Takuya Ishida) for speeding on his scooter, Chuzai-san gets them suspended from school which only causes the teenagers to retaliate, They discover that Chuzai-san is married to an attractive woman named Kanako (Kumiko Aso) only making their pranks worse.
The Inerasable Trailer (2016)
30 January 2016
I (Yuko Takeuchi) is a mystery novel writer. I receive a letter from Kubo (Ai Hashimoto), a reader of her novel and a university student.
22 March 2013
The movie follows the life of an unpopular comedy duo. The duo, called "Boso Swimmers", have been working together for 12 years, but the duo sees little future in their comedy careers.
A Boy Called H Trailer (2013)
10 August 2013
Told from the viewpoint of the father Morio (Yutaka Mizutani), "A Boy Called H" follows a young boy named Hajime Senoh, nicknamed "H".
21 June 2014
During the reign of the eighth shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate, the Yunagaya Domain in the Tohoku region is a small han.
10 September 2016
Masaatsu Naito (Kuranosuke Sasaki) successfully completes Sankin-kotai (required ritual to visit the shogun).
01 October 2010
In the year 1716 a mysterious epidemic stickens men in the country of Japan, dropping the population of men to 1/4th of its prior state.
25 September 2010
On September 9th, the day of the Katakai Fireworks Festival, high school student Hana comes home from the hospital after six months of treatment for leukemia.
The Mamiya Brothers Trailer (2006)
13 May 2006
The main characters are the Mamiya brothers who are living together although they are over 30-years-old.
16 January 2016
Master Shinkome asks Shinden to find a former disciple, Shintoto, from his rakugoka (comic storytelling) family.
Tsubaki Sanjûrô Trailer (2007)
01 December 2007
"Tsubaki Sanjuro" is a remake of Sanjuro (1962) by Akira Kurosawa. Sanjuro returns with sharper, faster, subtler sword, talking and perception.
Peak: The Rescuers Trailer (2011)
07 May 2011
The film stars Oguri Shun as an experienced mountain climber and rescue team volunteer named Shimazaki Sanpo.
12 August 2006
Rei Iwatsuki (Ai Otsuka) moved from her hometown Kōchi to Tokyo to pursue her dreams. On arrival, she found a job as a waitress in a restaurant and met guitarist Ryuuji Shintani.
Cobalt Blue Trailer (2009)
27 June 2009
Cobalt Blue is the story of three childhood friends—Ryoko (Masami Nagasawa), Kazuya (Shinji Rachi), and Daisuke (Seiji Fukushi)—who grow up together on a remote island of Okinawa.
After School Trailer (2008)
24 May 2008
A heady brain teaser of a film with unexpected twists and turns, After School reels the audience in with wry humor, quirky characters, and a puzzling mystery.
25 February 2006
Satoshi Nomura, a top-level bureaucrat of a prefecture government, has passion for his career. One day, he is hired by the fixed-term personnel exchange training between public and private businesses.
Jam Films Trailer (2002)
01 January 2002
Jam Films is a 2002 suite of 7 shorts produced by Sega/Amuse.