Kisarazu Cat's Eye

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Kisarazu Cat's Eye
Kisarazu cats eye.jpg
Movie Poster
Genre Comedy
Written by Kankurō Kudō
Directed by Fuminori Kaneko
Starring Junichi Okada
Sho Sakurai
Yoshinori Okada
Ryuta Sato
Takashi Tsukamoto
Ending theme A Day in Our Life by Arashi
Country of origin  Japan
Original language(s) Japanese
No. of episodes 9 (List of episodes)
Production
Producer(s) Aki Isoyama
Broadcast
Original channel TBS
Audio format Stereo
Original run January 18, 2002 – March 15, 2002

Kisarazu Cat's Eye (木更津キャッツアイ Kisarazu Kyattsu Ai?) is a humorous Japanese television show and movie series. To date, there have been two Kisarazu Cat's Eye movies:Kisarazu Cat's Eye Nihon Series (2003) and Kisarazu Cat's Eye World Series (2006).

Synopsis[edit]

The story follows a 21-year-old young man named Kohei (Okada Junichi) in Kisarazu, a city in Chiba, Japan. Diagnosed with cancer he has 6 months to live, but instead of being depressed, he decides to make something of the time he has left.

The show focuses mainly on Kohei and his close friends: They grew up on the same high school baseball team. Kohei, known as Bussan to his close friends, forms the group "Kisarazu Cat's Eye" which also consists of Bambi (Sakurai Sho), Master (Ryuta Sato), Ani (Tsukamoto Takashi), and Ucchi (Okada Yoshinori). The theme of the group is based on a manga (Japanese comic) called Cat's Eye or キャッツ アイ. The friends, however, play baseball during the day while getting into mischief at night. Sometimes they solve life crises; mainly, however, they solve smaller, humorous problems.

Cast[edit]

Episodes[edit]

# Title Original airdate
01 "Phantom Thief Corps Visit! (怪盗団参上!?)" 18 January 2002
02 "Chaca Recapture Operation (チャカ奪回作戦?)" 25 January 2002
03 "My Son Will Die!? (僕の息子が死ぬ!??)" 1 February 2002
04 "The First Mr. Kisarazu (町で一番の色男?)" 8 February 2002
05 "I May Already Seriously Dying (俺もうマジ死んでもいい?)" 15 February 2002
06 "Good-bye Ozu-senpai (さよなら小津先輩?)" 22 February 2002
07 "My First and Last Night! (最初で最後の夜!?)" 1 March 2002
08 "My heart was stolen (俺のハートが盗まれた?)" 8 March 2002
09 "I'm Not Dead Yet! (俺まだ死ねねえや! ?)" 15 March 2002

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