Hanazakari no Kimitachi e (2011 TV series)

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Hanazakari no Kimitachi e
~Ikemen Paradise ~ 2011
Hanazakari no Kimitachi e poster.jpg
Also known as Ike Para 2011
Written by Hisaya Nakajo (manga)
Directed by Hidetomo Matsuda
Starring Atsuko Maeda
Theme music composer Yasushi Akimoto
Ending theme "Flying Get" by AKB48
Composer(s) Yū Takami, Shin Kōno
Country of origin Japan
Original language(s) Japanese
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 11
Production
Executive producer(s) Hiroyuki Goto, Aya Moriyasu
Running time 54 minutes
Production company(s) Fuji TV, Kyodo TV
Release
Original channel Fuji TV
Picture format HDTV 1080i
Audio format Stereophonic
Original release July 10, 2011 (2011-07-10) – September 18, 2011 (2011-09-18)
Chronology
Related shows Hanazakarino Kimitachihe
Hanazakari no Kimitachi e (2007)
To the Beautiful You
External links
Website

Hanazakari no kimitachi e 〜Ikemen Paradice〜 2011 (花ざかりの君たちへ〜イケメン☆パラダイス〜2011?) is a 2011 Japanese television series. It is a remake of the 2007 drama series of the same name which is also based on the manga Hana Kimi, but it featured an entirely new cast.[1]

Cast[edit]

First Dormitory Students[edit]

  • Shinnosuke Mitsushima as Megumi Tennoji
  • Goki Maeda as Kohei Kitahanada
  • Arata Horii as Kumatori Jin
  • Ryosuke Yamamoto as Kiyoshikojin Akira
  • Ryu Ando as Mukonoso Andrew
  • Koudai Asaka as Subaru Takatsuki
  • Sonde Kanai as Kazuki Obitoke
  • Shotaro Kotani as Hiroto Moriguchi
  • Tomoki Okayama as Kadoma Shotaro

Third Dormitory Students[edit]

  • Tokuyama Hidenori as Oscar M. Himejima / Himejima Masao
  • Miyajima Kusuto as Yaenosato Nobuhiro
  • Takami Ozora as Kyobate Sansui
  • Katoono Taikou as Kawachimori Hisashi
  • Kasai Shige as Mozu Yasushi
  • Kawahara Kazuma as Narayama Sakon
  • Okazaki Kazuhiro as Izumigaoka Hideharu
  • Kettaro as Minamikata Shin

Others[edit]

Others school[edit]

Tokyo Gakuen (High)[edit]

  • Sato Yuki as Kagurazaka Makoto
  • Endo Kaname as Otemachi Ryo
  • Nagakura Masaaki as Takebashi Yutaka
  • Okubo Naoki as Tsukishima Jun
  • Kaminaga Keisuke as Kasai Go
  • Tozuka Junki as Kudanshita Takeshi
  • Okayama Amane as Ochiai Nobuyuki

St. Blossom's Academy[edit]

  • Mayuko Iwasa as Hanayashiki Hibari
  • Kashiwagi Yuki as Kishinosato Juri
  • Ichikawa Miori as Amagasaki Kanna
  • Oba Mina as Abeno Erika
  • Nagao Mariya as Kanbe Yumemi
  • Matsumoto Misaki
  • Wakaki Moe
  • Terayama Aoi
  • Hotta Risa
  • Kurisaki Hiroko
  • Kuno Kanako
  • Takahashi Miho
  • Yanagawa Miho
  • Tsuchiya Haruhi
  • Shimomiya Rihoko
  • Kasai Yukina

Guests[edit]

  • Mana Ashida as Sasakura Kaoru (ep1, cameo)
  • Fuku Suzuki as Sasakura Tomoki (ep1, cameo)
  • Sayuri Iwata as Yamashina Rika (ep2)
  • Nobuo Kyō (姜 暢雄 Kyō Nobuo?) as Masao Himejima (姫島 正夫 Himejima Masao?) aka Oscar (オスカー) (ep6, cameo)

Episodes[edit]

Episode title
Romanized title
Translation of title
Broadcast date
Ratings
Ep. 1
新作で復活!!崖っぷち男子校に女子乱入
Shinsaku de fukkatsu! ! Gakeppuchi danshikō ni joshi ran'nyū
New Revival!! The Girl who got into a Boy's School.
July 10, 2011
10.1%[2]

Theme Song[edit]

The theme song for this series is AKB48's 22nd single title track Flying Get.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "AKB48′s Maeda Atsuko stars in new "Hana Kimi" drama series (Updated)". Tokyograph. May 12, 2011. Retrieved 2011-05-15. 
  2. ^ "イケメン☆パラダイス :初回視聴率10.1% AKB48前田敦子が男装で主演 学園ラブコメディー". Mainichi Shimbun Digital Co.Ltd (in Japanese). July 11, 2011. Retrieved 2011-07-12. 

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Marumo no Okite
(24/4/2011 - 3/7/2011)
Fuji TV Dramatic Sunday
ドラマチック・サンデー
Sundays 21:00 - 21:54 (JST)
Succeeded by
Boku to Star no 99 Nichi
(23/10/2011 - December 2011)