Custom Made 10.30

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Custom Made 10.30
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Directed by Hajime Ishimine
Written by Hajime Ishimine
Starring Kaela Kimura
Erika Nishikado
Tamio Okuda
Hajime Anzai
Carolyn Kawasaki
Ayaka Maeda
Ryoko Matsui
Kenichi Matsuyama
Susumu Terajima
Masako Chiba
Ichiro Ogura
Ryō Kase
Mickey Curtis
Yoshiko Miyazaki
Shingo Yanagisawwa
Taishu Kase
Music by Tamio Okuda
Edited by Hajime Ishimine
Grasshoppa! Films
Distributed by KlockWorx
Release date
  • October 29, 2005 (2005-10-29)
Running time
121 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese

Custom Made 10.30 (カスタムメイド10.30, Kasutomu Meido Jū Ten San Zero?) is a 2005 Japanese film about an 18-year-old high school student in Hiroshima, and the film is collaborated with a concert of Tamio Okuda on October 30, 2004, at Hiroshima Municipal Stadium for the 10th anniversary of his solo performance.[1][2]


Sisters "Manamo" and "Minamo" live separately in Hiroshima and London since the divorce of their parents. The elder sister Manamo lives in Hiroshima with her mother, she is a high school student, but moonlights at a Japanese cabaret-club. After her mother remarries and moves to Yamaguchi Prefecture, Manamo lives by herself in Hiroshima.

One day, her younger sister Minamo returns from London to visit Manamo. It is ten years since they have lived together, and they argue every day.



  • The DVD was released on March 24, 2006.
  • A documentary program of the film by Television Kanagawa, titled "Custom Made 10.30: Angel Works", was released on October 14, 2005.
  • The original concert DVD "Hitori Matatabi Special @ Hiroshima Municipal Stadium" was released on February 23, 2005.


  • A soundtrack CD was released on October 31, 2005, containing 21 songs from the film.


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