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Ayase Haruka‘s new movie “Hotaru no Hikari( Glimmer of a Firefly)” will release on 9th June. This is a film version of the drama “Hotaru no Hokari” based on the hit comic of the same title, broadcast by NTV in 2007 and 2010. It is a love comedy and became very popular especially among Japanese young women. In the drama Ayase plays a roll of a 20’s woman Amemiya Hotaru who is efficient at her work but not much interested in love, rather likes to be lazy and relax  inside her own house. So she was called “Himono Onna”  It  means “a woman like a dried fish” in English.

The story begins with a happening that by mistake Hotaru is going to have to live under one roof with Takano Susumu who is a manager of the company ( “Bucho” in Japanese, Hotaru always called him Bucho in the drama) where she is working. The “Bucho” is very scrupulous and likes to keep things neat in contrast with Hotaru. What’s interesting about the drama is that there are a lot of funny misunderstandings and fights due to the differences between their lifestyles and yet the two people gradually become drawn to each other, at last they become get together. Fujiki Naoto plays as Bucho. He is a Japanese handsome actor with 178cm tall.

Hotaru and Bucho take a honeymoon trip to Italy in the movie to come.  They meet another “Himono onna” played by Matsuyuki Yasuko there. She tells a lie on a whim, says “Bucho is my fiance.”  It causes a slapstick comedy as usual, like , Bucho is kidnapped by someone..

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    .    .     .Ayase Haruka

.   .      .           .            .       .   Fujiki Naoto                            Matsuyuki Yasuko

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Below are the televised shots of some variety programs where Ayase and Fujiki appeared in to promote their new movie.  They were broadcast by NTV on this May.

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          on the set of  “Hotaru no Hikari” in Italy
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          Ayase and Fujiki also in Italy.

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.       . Doing a quiz

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.        She is cooking Sushi for her movie staff in Italy

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