Kyoko Okitegami is a private detective. She is known as the Forgetful Private Detective. When she wakes up in the morning, her memory is reset. Due to this, she rigidly adheres to a ... See full summary »
Shindo Minato is an autistic young male with savant syndrome, who has always struggled to communicate well with others but is gifted with an outstanding memory and exceptional spatial ... See full summary »
The expanded version of the 2016 TV special. Soichi Haruta is unpopular among women due to his poor social skills. However, he accidentally finds out both, his middle-aged boss, and his colleague have a crush on him. But they are men.
Sawaki Chihiro, a hardworking student from Tokyo University right out of college, is having a hard time finding a job due to her lack of experience. At a job interview she meets Hyuga Toru,... See full summary »
The Special Investigation Unit is a secret force of specialists in various fields. The unit is under the direct control of the head of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department Security ... See full summary »
Freelance programmer Sakagami Keishi is paralyzed in the lower half of his body because of an unknown illness and confined to a wheelchair. He sets up a company called dele.LIFE in ... See full summary »
If it can be treated one second earlier, the heart might start beating again. If there is one extra helicopter, another life in danger may be saved. If one more life can be saved, the ... See full summary »
Orphans who live in a shared home for such children attend the same elementary school and witness their teacher slayed. The police take note of their accounts. The case remains unresolved ... See full summary »
I can't help but compare Cold Case: Shinjitsu no Tobira to the american version, as a big fan of the later. Honestly, it was better than I was expecting. The cases were good and interesting, and, especially, well acted. The leading lady was phenomenal as well. However, each episode, even though it started strongly, the intensity lessen towards the end and it, somehow, felt less. The final case was really good as well, but I do wish they explored the leading lady's character a bit more, as they had added her story in that case. So, overall, seven out of ten.
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