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Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories

Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories is Japanese Drama TV series. Produced by Netflix. Stars: Kaoru Kobayashi, Joe Odagiri, Mansaku Fuwa. Also known as Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories in World-wide. It first aired on Oct 21, 2016, on Netflix. IMDb's user rating for the series is 8.3 *.

Seasons

Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories Number Of Seasons: 1 (10 episodes)

Season 2

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Season 1

Season premieres on October 21, 2016

Netflix, 10 episodes

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Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories is on Netflix (Japan) Fridays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S1E1 (Tan-Men) - Air Date: Oct 21, 2016 (3 years ago)

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'Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories' Offers Filling Comfort Food for the Viewer - PopMatters - according to Popmatters

The series ends with "New Year's Eve Noodles Again", putting the focus back on the faces we've seen commenting on the stories. There's a cameo by a woman who's never properly introduced, but whom we can presume is the Master's own wife. They wash dishes together and she leaves after he declines visiting a shrine with her. Traditionally, shrines of the dead are visited on New Year’s Day, and without saying a word, it feels like the shrine in question belongs to the couple's own child. The Master remains his stoic self, and while it wouldn't be right to call it a happy ending, there's nothing definably sad about it either.

'Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories' Is Decidedly Low-Key, But It Does One Thing More American Shows Should - Decider - via Decider

Set in one location, Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories is an anthology series about the comings and goings in the same Tokyo diner. The diner’s owner (Kaoru Kobayashi) cooks up one signature dish per episode and entertains a revolving door of customers. There are regulars and newcomers, and every episode put the spotlight on a different story. There’s the woman who knits sweaters for the oblivious men she knows (she really likes the pork steaks); a young wastrel being looked after by a gambler likes a good egg tofu. The stories are decidedly low-key, which is honestly a relief in these days of big TV bombast (it helps that the episodes are also a shade under 30 minutes. The stories are sweet and likeable, but the food is the real story here.

Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories - La pancia come centro sensoriale delle emozioni - by Cinefacts

La serie TV che mi ha portato a scoprire i vicoli e gli Izakaya nascosti, andando oltre la barriera della lingua, affidandomi allo stomaco, al risucchio rumoroso, che è educazione, quando si beve il ramen dalla ciotola.

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vincent
vincent
4 months 19 days ago

No, she is not his wife but his love interest, or rather, he is her love interest. their relationship is told in the episodes that featured the young girl helping master when his hand was hurting.

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