Bara no nai Hanaya

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Flower Shop Without A Rose
Genre Romance
Starring Shingo Katori
Yuko Takeuchi
Shota Matsuda
Opening theme Zutto Issho sa (Tatsuro Yamashita)
Country of origin  Japan
Original language(s) Japanese
Production
Location(s) Tokyo
Running time 60 min./episode
Broadcast
Original channel Fuji TV
Picture format NTSC
Original run January 14, 2008 – March 2008
External links
Website

Flower Shop Without A Rose (薔薇のない花屋 Bara no nai Hanaya?) is a Japanese television drama. It is broadcast and produced by Fuji Television. Drama started with a 22.4% (Kanto Region) rating on January 14, 2008.

Plot[edit]

Eiji Shiomi is a florist. He is a single man with a young daughter named Shizuku. One day, he invites a blind woman seeking shelter under his shop awning to come in out of the rain. A surprising tale gradually unfolds as the story of their budding love transforms into a complex web of lies and dark motives. Nothing is as it seems at first, and each of the characters is burdened with their own painful secrets.

Cast[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Episode title
Translated title
Broadcast date
Ratings
Ep. 1
北風と太陽
The North Wind and the Sun
January 14, 2008
22.4%
Ep. 2
花のように笑う人
A Smile like a Flower
January 21, 2008
19.0%
Ep. 3
終電までに探して
Find Me Before the Last Train Leaves
January 28, 2008
18.4%
Ep. 4
明かされた過去~3万人の子供たちへ
A Past Revealed: For the 30,000 Children
February 4, 2008
17.2%
Ep. 5
世界一長い告白!
The World's Longest Confession of Love
February 11, 2008
17.7%
Ep. 6
暴かれていく秘密
The Slowly Unveiling Secret
February 18, 2008
16.2%
Ep. 7
親が子供を叩く時
When the Parent Strikes the Child
February 25, 2008
16.5%
Ep. 8
さよなら父ちゃん
Goodbye, Daddy
March 3, 2008
17.8%
Ep. 9
衝撃!全ての真実
Shock! The Whole Truth
March 10, 2008
17.7%
Ep. 10
愛を取り戻すため
Reclaiming the Love That was Once Lost
March 17, 2008
19.4%
Ep. 11
薔薇を売る花屋~涙の一滴(しずく)…
The Flower Shop that Sells Roses ~ Teardrop(Shizuku)...
March 24, 2008
22.1%
Average Rating: 18.6% (kanto region)

Theme Song[edit]

  • Zutto Issho sa (Together Forever) by Tatsuro Yamashita

External links[edit]