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Shochiku Home Video Karamiai (Japan Version) at 39.80 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video Evergreen Love (Blu-ray) (Deluxe Edition) (Japan Version) at 100.90 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Evergreen Love (Blu-ray) (Deluxe Edition) (Japan Version)
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Based on a novel by Library Wars writer Arikawa Hiro, Evergreen Love pairs EXILE member Iwata Takanori (Crows Explode) and up-and-coming actress Takahata Mitsuki (Blue Spring Ride) in a warm and gentle urban love story. 23-year-old Sayaka lives alone in Tokyo and has nothing much going on in her life. One winter night, she finds a hungry young man, Itsuki, outside her apartment and she takes him in. In exchange, he teaches her about cooking and wild herbs, and a special bond forms between the two. The days pass happily for Sayaka as winter gives way to spring and summer. But then Itsuki suddenly disappears, leaving behind a letter and a secret. This edition comes with a bonus disc of special features.
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Based on a novel by Library Wars writer Arikawa Hiro, Evergreen Love pairs EXILE member Iwata Takanori (Crows Explode) and up-and-coming actress Takahata Mitsuki (Blue Spring Ride) in a warm and gentle urban love story. 23-year-old Sayaka lives alone in Tokyo and has nothing much going on in her life. One winter night, she finds a hungry young man, Itsuki, outside her apartment and she takes him in. In exchange, he teaches her about cooking and wild herbs, and a special bond forms between the two. The days pass happily for Sayaka as winter gives way to spring and summer. But then Itsuki suddenly disappears, leaving behind a letter and a secret. This edition comes with a bonus disc of special features.
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Shochiku Home Video Ahen Daichi Jigoku Butai Totsugeki Seyo (Japan Version) at 39.80 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Ahen Daichi Jigoku Butai Totsugeki Seyo (Japan Version)
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Ahen Daichi Jigoku Butai Totsugeki Seyo (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video Samurai Hustle Returns (Blu-ray) (Deluxe Edition) (Japan Version) at 71.60 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Samurai Hustle Returns (Blu-ray) (Deluxe Edition) (Japan Version)
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In the 2014 period comedy Samurai Hustle, Sasaki Kuranosuke raced against time and tide as clan leader Naito who must rely on his wits to complete a costly but required ritual visit to the shogun in Edo within five days. The cast and crew are now back for the return trip in Samurai Hustle Returns. Again directed by Motoki Katushide, the sequel sees Naito and his procession making the journey back to his hometown after the shogun visit. Along the way, he receives news of a peasant uprising and rushes back at twice the speed. But when he makes it back home, he finds that his castle has already been taken. Besides Sasaki, other original cast members including Fukada Kyoko, Hey! Say! JUMP's Chinen Yuri, Ihara Tsuyoshi, Terawaki Yasufumi, Kamiji Yusuke, Emoto Tokio and Ichikawa Kamejiro also reprise their roles. This edition comes with the film on Blu-ray and DVD plus a bonus DVD of special features.
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In the 2014 period comedy Samurai Hustle, Sasaki Kuranosuke raced against time and tide as clan leader Naito who must rely on his wits to complete a costly but required ritual visit to the shogun in Edo within five days. The cast and crew are now back for the return trip in Samurai Hustle Returns. Again directed by Motoki Katushide, the sequel sees Naito and his procession making the journey back to his hometown after the shogun visit. Along the way, he receives news of a peasant uprising and rushes back at twice the speed. But when he makes it back home, he finds that his castle has already been taken. Besides Sasaki, other original cast members including Fukada Kyoko, Hey! Say! JUMP's Chinen Yuri, Ihara Tsuyoshi, Terawaki Yasufumi, Kamiji Yusuke, Emoto Tokio and Ichikawa Kamejiro also reprise their roles. This edition comes with the film on Blu-ray and DVD plus a bonus DVD of special features.
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Shochiku Home Video Colonia (Blu-ray)(Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Colonia (Blu-ray)(Japan Version)
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Colonia (Blu-ray)(Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video Edogawa Ranpo no Injyu (Japan Version) at 46.10 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Edogawa Ranpo no Injyu (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video Matador (Blu-ray) (HD New Master)(Japan Version) at 63.60 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Matador (Blu-ray) (HD New Master)(Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video SEXILIA (Blu-ray) (HD New Master)(Japan Version) at 63.60 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video SEXILIA (Blu-ray) (HD New Master)(Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video Miyamoto Musashi Dai Ichi Bu Sekigahara yori Ijyoji Kudarimatsu / Dai Ni Bu Yagyu no Sato yori Ganryujima (Japan Version) at 46.10 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Miyamoto Musashi Dai Ichi Bu Sekigahara yori Ijyoji Kudarimatsu / Dai Ni Bu Yagyu no Sato yori Ganryujima (Japan Version)
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Miyamoto Musashi Dai Ichi Bu Sekigahara yori Ijyoji Kudarimatsu / Dai Ni Bu Yagyu no Sato yori Ganryujima (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video The Land of Hope (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 77.50 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video The Land of Hope (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Immediately following the March 11 disaster in northeast Japan, director Sono Sion (Love Exposure) headed to the disaster zone to film Himizu, a bleak youth drama that concludes on a positive outlook for the future. Sono continues that outlook for post-disaster Japan in The Land of Hope, possibly the filmmaker's most optimistic film yet. Once again shot in the disaster zone in northeast Japan, the somber drama looks at life after an earthquake in a fictional prefecture sets of another nuclear crisis. While the film's setting is fictional, Sono's depiction of nuclear paranoia and unwavering optimism is clearly a reflection of post-Fukushima Japan. The Land of Hope may be restrained compared to Sono's previous films, but it remains a powerful, emotional story of nation standing tall in the face of disasters. The Ono and the Suzuki families are neighbors living in a rural town of Nagashima Prefecture (a fictional place). One day, a strong earthquake strikes the area, causing an explosion at the nearby nuclear power plant. While the Suzukis decide to evacuate to the shelter, Ono Yasuhiko (Osao Natsuyagi) is determined to stay with his senile wife in his family home, which lies right behind the mandatory evacuation line. When Yasuhiko's son Yoichi (Murakami Jun) discovers that his wife Izumi (Kagurazaka Izumi) is pregnant, Yasuhiko forces them to evacuate, leaving the two elders all alone. Despite being away from the evacuation zone, Izumi remains paranoid of the nuclear fallout and its effects on her soon-to-be-born child.
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Immediately following the March 11 disaster in northeast Japan, director Sono Sion (Love Exposure) headed to the disaster zone to film Himizu, a bleak youth drama that concludes on a positive outlook for the future. Sono continues that outlook for post-disaster Japan in The Land of Hope, possibly the filmmaker's most optimistic film yet. Once again shot in the disaster zone in northeast Japan, the somber drama looks at life after an earthquake in a fictional prefecture sets of another nuclear crisis. While the film's setting is fictional, Sono's depiction of nuclear paranoia and unwavering optimism is clearly a reflection of post-Fukushima Japan. The Land of Hope may be restrained compared to Sono's previous films, but it remains a powerful, emotional story of nation standing tall in the face of disasters. The Ono and the Suzuki families are neighbors living in a rural town of Nagashima Prefecture (a fictional place). One day, a strong earthquake strikes the area, causing an explosion at the nearby nuclear power plant. While the Suzukis decide to evacuate to the shelter, Ono Yasuhiko (Osao Natsuyagi) is determined to stay with his senile wife in his family home, which lies right behind the mandatory evacuation line. When Yasuhiko's son Yoichi (Murakami Jun) discovers that his wife Izumi (Kagurazaka Izumi) is pregnant, Yasuhiko forces them to evacuate, leaving the two elders all alone. Despite being away from the evacuation zone, Izumi remains paranoid of the nuclear fallout and its effects on her soon-to-be-born child.
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Shochiku Home Video EQUINOX FLOWER (Japan Version) at 39.80 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video Tokyo Story (Blu-ray) (New Digital Remaster) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version) at 63.60 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Tokyo Story (Blu-ray) (New Digital Remaster) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version)
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Released in commemoration of the 110th anniversary of Ozu Yasujiro's birth, this edition of Tokyo Story offers a new digital remaster of the director's seminal 1953 family drama about an elderly couple visiting their children in Tokyo.
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Released in commemoration of the 110th anniversary of Ozu Yasujiro's birth, this edition of Tokyo Story offers a new digital remaster of the director's seminal 1953 family drama about an elderly couple visiting their children in Tokyo.
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Shochiku Home Video 7 Days of Himawari & Her Puppies (Blu-ray)(Japan Version) at 63.60 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video 7 Days of Himawari & Her Puppies (Blu-ray)(Japan Version)
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One man has seven days to save a dog and her adorable puppies in 7 Days of Himawari & Her Puppies, the directorial debut of Hiramatsu Emiko, longtime scriptwriter for veteran director Yamada Yoji. Based on a true story, the heartwarming film stars Masato Sakai (Key of Life, Hanzawa Naoki) as an animal shelter employee who must train an abandoned dog to open up her heart and accept a new family before it's too late. This touching tale about the unbreakable bond between animals and humans also stars Nakatani Miki (Memories of Matsuko), Denden (Cold Fish) and Natsuyagi Isao (Land of Hope). A young dog is left alone after her elderly owners passed away. Despite struggling to survive on the streets, she manages to give birth to three puppies. Widower Shoji (Masato Sakai) is an animal shelter employee who captures stray animals for the shelter. One day, he responds to a report and finds the mother dog and her puppies. Naming the mother Himawari (Sunflower), Shoji instantly develops a bond with the family. However, the public animal shelter rules state that an animal that's been brought in must find a new home within seven days or face being put down. Can Shoji help Himawari open up her heart and inspire her to trust humans again? This edition includes stage events, photo gallery and trailers.
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One man has seven days to save a dog and her adorable puppies in 7 Days of Himawari & Her Puppies, the directorial debut of Hiramatsu Emiko, longtime scriptwriter for veteran director Yamada Yoji. Based on a true story, the heartwarming film stars Masato Sakai (Key of Life, Hanzawa Naoki) as an animal shelter employee who must train an abandoned dog to open up her heart and accept a new family before it's too late. This touching tale about the unbreakable bond between animals and humans also stars Nakatani Miki (Memories of Matsuko), Denden (Cold Fish) and Natsuyagi Isao (Land of Hope). A young dog is left alone after her elderly owners passed away. Despite struggling to survive on the streets, she manages to give birth to three puppies. Widower Shoji (Masato Sakai) is an animal shelter employee who captures stray animals for the shelter. One day, he responds to a report and finds the mother dog and her puppies. Naming the mother Himawari (Sunflower), Shoji instantly develops a bond with the family. However, the public animal shelter rules state that an animal that's been brought in must find a new home within seven days or face being put down. Can Shoji help Himawari open up her heart and inspire her to trust humans again? This edition includes stage events, photo gallery and trailers.
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Shochiku Home Video TSURIBAKA NISSHI 3 (Japan Version) at 27.20 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video TSURIBAKA NISSHI 3 (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video COUP D`ETAT (Japan Version) at 39.80 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video COUP D`ETAT (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video PROMESSE (Japan Version) at 39.80 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video PROMESSE (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video An Autumn Afternoon (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version) at 63.60 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video An Autumn Afternoon (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version)
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An Autumn Afternoon (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video Maps To The Stars (2014) (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 63.60 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Maps To The Stars (2014) (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Maps To The Stars (2014) (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video JIDAIYA NO NYOUBOU (Japan Version) at 46.10 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video JIDAIYA NO NYOUBOU (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video Gonin (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 46.10 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Gonin (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video Final Take (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 46.10 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Final Take (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video Love and Honor Special Edition (First Press Limited Edition) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version) at 87.70 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Love and Honor Special Edition (First Press Limited Edition) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version)
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Renowned director Yamada Yoji brings his acclaimed samurai trilogy to a beautiful close with Love and Honor (a.k.a. Bushi no Ichibun). Like Twilight Samurai and Hidden Blade, Love and Honor is based on the works of Fujisawa Shuhei, and the story follows a familiar arc, portraying a samurai's struggle for honor in the face of harrowing challenges. While his previous two films were helmed by screen veterans Sanada Hiroyuki and Nagase Masatoshi, for Love and Honor Yamada chose pop icon Kimura Takuya as the film's star. The casting initially drew skepticism as, though Kimura had appeared in many television dramas, he had little film experience. Kimura, however, made the role his own, delivering a career-defining performance. Under Yamada's assured hand, the rich aesthetics and restrained acting give way to an increasingly emotional and intense story that culminates with a gripping sword duel. Winning both at the box office and with critics, Love and Honor just might be the best of the trilogy. Though he is of low rank with modest means, young samurai Mimura Shinnojo (Kimura Takuya) has a fairly happy and stable life with his loving wife Kayo (Dan Rei). All this comes crashing down, however, when Shinnojo, as the lord's food taster, eats poisoned shellfish and becomes blind. Distressed by his inability to support the household, he turns violent and resentful, and even considers ending his own life to redeem his name. At the urging of unsympathetic relatives, Kayo seeks the assistance of captain Shimada Toya (Bando Mitsugoro), who uses his influence to help Shinnojo retain his income and rank. As the rumors begin to get louder, Shinnojo becomes increasingly troubled that he may be losing his wife and honor to another man... The three-disc Special Edition comes with a booklet, a swordplay instruction guide, and 180 minutes of special features including: Making Of Swordplay Documentary Deleted Scene Promotional Footage Award-winning Footage Interview with Kimura Takuya
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Renowned director Yamada Yoji brings his acclaimed samurai trilogy to a beautiful close with Love and Honor (a.k.a. Bushi no Ichibun). Like Twilight Samurai and Hidden Blade, Love and Honor is based on the works of Fujisawa Shuhei, and the story follows a familiar arc, portraying a samurai's struggle for honor in the face of harrowing challenges. While his previous two films were helmed by screen veterans Sanada Hiroyuki and Nagase Masatoshi, for Love and Honor Yamada chose pop icon Kimura Takuya as the film's star. The casting initially drew skepticism as, though Kimura had appeared in many television dramas, he had little film experience. Kimura, however, made the role his own, delivering a career-defining performance. Under Yamada's assured hand, the rich aesthetics and restrained acting give way to an increasingly emotional and intense story that culminates with a gripping sword duel. Winning both at the box office and with critics, Love and Honor just might be the best of the trilogy. Though he is of low rank with modest means, young samurai Mimura Shinnojo (Kimura Takuya) has a fairly happy and stable life with his loving wife Kayo (Dan Rei). All this comes crashing down, however, when Shinnojo, as the lord's food taster, eats poisoned shellfish and becomes blind. Distressed by his inability to support the household, he turns violent and resentful, and even considers ending his own life to redeem his name. At the urging of unsympathetic relatives, Kayo seeks the assistance of captain Shimada Toya (Bando Mitsugoro), who uses his influence to help Shinnojo retain his income and rank. As the rumors begin to get louder, Shinnojo becomes increasingly troubled that he may be losing his wife and honor to another man... The three-disc Special Edition comes with a booklet, a swordplay instruction guide, and 180 minutes of special features including: Making Of Swordplay Documentary Deleted Scene Promotional Footage Award-winning Footage Interview with Kimura Takuya
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Shochiku Home Video Love and Honor (English Subtitled) (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Love and Honor (English Subtitled) (Japan Version)
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Renowned director Yamada Yoji brings his acclaimed samurai trilogy to a beautiful close with Love and Honor (a.k.a. Bushi no Ichibun). Like Twilight Samurai and Hidden Blade, Love and Honor is based on the works of Fujisawa Shuhei, and the story follows a familiar arc, portraying a samurai's struggle for honor in the face of harrowing challenges. While his previous two films were helmed by screen veterans Sanada Hiroyuki and Nagase Masatoshi, for Love and Honor Yamada chose pop icon Kimura Takuya as the film's star. The casting initially drew skepticism as, though Kimura had appeared in many television dramas, he had little film experience. Kimura, however, made the role his own, delivering a career-defining performance. Under Yamada's assured hand, the rich aesthetics and restrained acting give way to an increasingly emotional and intense story that culminates with a gripping sword duel. Winning both at the box office and with critics, Love and Honor just might be the best of the trilogy. Though he is of low rank with modest means, young samurai Mimura Shinnojo (Kimura Takuya) has a fairly happy and stable life with his loving wife Kayo (Dan Rei). All this comes crashing down, however, when Shinnojo, as the lord's food taster, eats poisoned shellfish and becomes blind. Distressed by his inability to support the household, he turns violent and resentful, and even considers ending his own life to redeem his name. At the urging of unsympathetic relatives, Kayo seeks the assistance of captain Shimada Toya (Bando Mitsugoro), who uses his influence to help Shinnojo retain his income and rank. As the rumors begin to get louder, Shinnojo becomes increasingly troubled that he may be losing his wife and honor to another man...
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Renowned director Yamada Yoji brings his acclaimed samurai trilogy to a beautiful close with Love and Honor (a.k.a. Bushi no Ichibun). Like Twilight Samurai and Hidden Blade, Love and Honor is based on the works of Fujisawa Shuhei, and the story follows a familiar arc, portraying a samurai's struggle for honor in the face of harrowing challenges. While his previous two films were helmed by screen veterans Sanada Hiroyuki and Nagase Masatoshi, for Love and Honor Yamada chose pop icon Kimura Takuya as the film's star. The casting initially drew skepticism as, though Kimura had appeared in many television dramas, he had little film experience. Kimura, however, made the role his own, delivering a career-defining performance. Under Yamada's assured hand, the rich aesthetics and restrained acting give way to an increasingly emotional and intense story that culminates with a gripping sword duel. Winning both at the box office and with critics, Love and Honor just might be the best of the trilogy. Though he is of low rank with modest means, young samurai Mimura Shinnojo (Kimura Takuya) has a fairly happy and stable life with his loving wife Kayo (Dan Rei). All this comes crashing down, however, when Shinnojo, as the lord's food taster, eats poisoned shellfish and becomes blind. Distressed by his inability to support the household, he turns violent and resentful, and even considers ending his own life to redeem his name. At the urging of unsympathetic relatives, Kayo seeks the assistance of captain Shimada Toya (Bando Mitsugoro), who uses his influence to help Shinnojo retain his income and rank. As the rumors begin to get louder, Shinnojo becomes increasingly troubled that he may be losing his wife and honor to another man...
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Shochiku Home Video KANASHIKI KOBATO (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video KURAMA TENGU KURAMA NO HIMATSURI (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video SEISHUN ROMANCE SEAT AOKUSA NI ZA SU (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video GAKKO 2 (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video NAKINURETA NINGYO (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video MUSUME SENDOUSAN (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video ONNA ZAMURAI TADAIMA SANJO (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video CHICHI KOISHI (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video TONBO GAERI DOCHU (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video HIBARI NO YOKI NA TENSHI (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video HANA NO FUSHICHO (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video WAKAKI HI HA KANASHI (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video SAKON TORIMONOCHO SENKETSU NO TEGATA (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video BIKKURI 53 TSUGI (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video KANASHIKI KUCHIBUE (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video KURAMA TENGU KAKUBEJISHI (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video IZU NO ODORIKO (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video OJOSAN SHACHO (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video NAIKAI NO WA (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video TSURIBAKA NISSHI SPECIAL (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video THE JACKET (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video Wanaotoko at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video The Twilight Samurai (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 63.60 SGD from YesAsia
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The first film in Yamada Yoji's acclaimed samurai trilogy, The Twilight Samurai presents a touching cinematic masterpiece about love and agony starring Sanada Hiroyuki (The Last Samurai) and Miyazawa Rie. Yamada Yoji has made every effort to display the complexities of the ancient Japanese culture and the art of sword fighting, which becomes obvious in this monumental movie whose plot is based on three short stories from popular novelist Fujisawa Shuhei. Sanada Hiroyuki plays a swordsman who has to take care of his two daughters after his wife has passed away from lung disease. As he does not engage in drinking and other merry activities, he is sneeringly nicknamed "Twilight Samurai" by his peers. Miyazawa Rie portrays his love interest, a beautiful woman with a strong will from the family of his best friend. The two protagonists become mutually attracted, but fate does not seem to be on their sides.
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The first film in Yamada Yoji's acclaimed samurai trilogy, The Twilight Samurai presents a touching cinematic masterpiece about love and agony starring Sanada Hiroyuki (The Last Samurai) and Miyazawa Rie. Yamada Yoji has made every effort to display the complexities of the ancient Japanese culture and the art of sword fighting, which becomes obvious in this monumental movie whose plot is based on three short stories from popular novelist Fujisawa Shuhei. Sanada Hiroyuki plays a swordsman who has to take care of his two daughters after his wife has passed away from lung disease. As he does not engage in drinking and other merry activities, he is sneeringly nicknamed "Twilight Samurai" by his peers. Miyazawa Rie portrays his love interest, a beautiful woman with a strong will from the family of his best friend. The two protagonists become mutually attracted, but fate does not seem to be on their sides.
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Shochiku Home Video The Hidden Blade (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 63.60 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video Hostage (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 39.80 SGD from YesAsia
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Hostage (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video When the Last Sword is Drawn (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 63.60 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video When the Last Sword is Drawn (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Takita Yojiro's excellent 2003 samurai epic takes place in Meiji-era Japan, when the few remaining samurai were forced to choose sides and fight for either the Emperor or the Tokugawa Shogunate (a time period familiar to American audiences from The Last Samurai, but explored with more complexity and nuance here). Nakai Kiichi stars as Yoshimura Kanichiro, a principled Bushido warrior whose difficult decisions and complicated path are skillfully revealed through flashback.
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Takita Yojiro's excellent 2003 samurai epic takes place in Meiji-era Japan, when the few remaining samurai were forced to choose sides and fight for either the Emperor or the Tokugawa Shogunate (a time period familiar to American audiences from The Last Samurai, but explored with more complexity and nuance here). Nakai Kiichi stars as Yoshimura Kanichiro, a principled Bushido warrior whose difficult decisions and complicated path are skillfully revealed through flashback.
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Shochiku Home Video Memoirs Of A Geisha (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 39.80 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video Bunraku (Blu-ray) (Blu-ray & DVD Deluxe Edition) (Japan Version) at 94.30 SGD from YesAsia
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Japanese rock star Gackt makes his Hollywood film debut in Bunraku, an exhilarating action spectacular from writer-director Guy Moshe. Inspired by the Japanese traditional art of puppet theater (which is what the film's title refers to), Bunraku is an inventive, audacious mix of spaghetti westerns, chabara cinema, and neo-noir. In addition to Gackt as a lone swordsman, Bunraku also features an impressive cast of Hollywood stars, including Josh Harnett (I Come With the Rain) as a cowboy seeking revenge, Woody Harrelson (2012) as a bartender, Ron Perlman (Hellboy) as a villainous crime boss and Demi Moore (Ghost) as a dangerous femme fatale. In a future post-war world, guns have been outlawed, and people can only fight each other with primitive weapons like swords. One day, a nameless drifter (Josh Harnett) and a samurai (Gackt) arrive at a city looking to settle their respective scores with the Woodcutter (Ron Perlman), the crime lord that rules the city. The two are brought together by a bartender (Woody Harrelson), who always has some wisdom to offer. With other groups of people with their own agendas arriving in town, an violent battle for the control of the city is about to begin. This edition includes the film on both Blu-ray and DVD. It also comes with a bonus DVD containing an interview with Gackt and trailers.
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Japanese rock star Gackt makes his Hollywood film debut in Bunraku, an exhilarating action spectacular from writer-director Guy Moshe. Inspired by the Japanese traditional art of puppet theater (which is what the film's title refers to), Bunraku is an inventive, audacious mix of spaghetti westerns, chabara cinema, and neo-noir. In addition to Gackt as a lone swordsman, Bunraku also features an impressive cast of Hollywood stars, including Josh Harnett (I Come With the Rain) as a cowboy seeking revenge, Woody Harrelson (2012) as a bartender, Ron Perlman (Hellboy) as a villainous crime boss and Demi Moore (Ghost) as a dangerous femme fatale. In a future post-war world, guns have been outlawed, and people can only fight each other with primitive weapons like swords. One day, a nameless drifter (Josh Harnett) and a samurai (Gackt) arrive at a city looking to settle their respective scores with the Woodcutter (Ron Perlman), the crime lord that rules the city. The two are brought together by a bartender (Woody Harrelson), who always has some wisdom to offer. With other groups of people with their own agendas arriving in town, an violent battle for the control of the city is about to begin. This edition includes the film on both Blu-ray and DVD. It also comes with a bonus DVD containing an interview with Gackt and trailers.
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Shochiku Home Video Take Shelter (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video Nijuyon no Hitomi (1954) (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 63.60 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video The Ides of March (2011) (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video RAILWAYS Ai wo Tsutaerarenai Otonatachi e (Blu-ray)(Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video Hissatsu 4 Urami Harashimasu (Blu-ray)(Japan Version) at 46.10 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video Hissatsu! 5 Ogon no Chi (Blu-ray)(Japan Version) at 46.10 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video Hissatsu! Mondo Shisu (Blu-ray)(Japan Version) at 46.10 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video About Her Brother (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 47.20 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video About Her Brother (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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After a series of period films, 78-year-old legendary director Yamada Yoji returns to a contemporary story for the first time in a decade with About Her Brother, the closing film of the 60th Berlin International Film Festival. Stars Yoshinaga Sayuri (Year One in the North) and Tsurube Shofukutei (Dear Doctor) reunite with Yamada after Kabei - Our Mother in this unabashedly old-fashioned melodrama about family love and the sacrifices made in its name. Ginko (Yoshinaga Sayuri) seems to be living the good life: She's the respectable owner of a neighborhood drug store in Tokyo, and her daughter Kaharu (Aoi Yu) is about to get married to a doctor. However, Koharu's wedding day also brings homes Ginko's younger brother Tetsuro (Tsurube Shofukutei), a failed actor and a hard drinker who shows up causing trouble. Having covered for him all her life, Ginko is ready to disown her burdensome younger brother, but some things are easier said than done.
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After a series of period films, 78-year-old legendary director Yamada Yoji returns to a contemporary story for the first time in a decade with About Her Brother, the closing film of the 60th Berlin International Film Festival. Stars Yoshinaga Sayuri (Year One in the North) and Tsurube Shofukutei (Dear Doctor) reunite with Yamada after Kabei - Our Mother in this unabashedly old-fashioned melodrama about family love and the sacrifices made in its name. Ginko (Yoshinaga Sayuri) seems to be living the good life: She's the respectable owner of a neighborhood drug store in Tokyo, and her daughter Kaharu (Aoi Yu) is about to get married to a doctor. However, Koharu's wedding day also brings homes Ginko's younger brother Tetsuro (Tsurube Shofukutei), a failed actor and a hard drinker who shows up causing trouble. Having covered for him all her life, Ginko is ready to disown her burdensome younger brother, but some things are easier said than done.
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Shochiku Home Video Wolf Cop (Japan Version) at 46.10 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video Nagasaki: Memories of My Son (Blu-ray) (Deluxe Edition) (Japan Version) at 93.30 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video Nagasaki: Memories of My Son (Blu-ray) (Deluxe Edition) (Japan Version)
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Director Yamada Yoji reunites with Yoshinaga Sayuri, the star of About Her Brother and Kabei - Our Mother, for the poignant drama Nagasaki: Memories of My Son set in postwar Nagasaki. The veteran actress plays a midwife who lost her son three years ago during the atomic bombing. On the day she tells herself it's time to let him go, her son suddenly appears again to reminisce about their times together. Arashi member Ninomiya Kazunari (Letters from Iwo Jima) won Best Actor at the 39th Japan Academy Prize for his portrayal of the son. Kuroki Haru (Little House) and Asano Tadanobu (Kabei - Our Mother) also co-star in this moving examination of familial love, the pain of loss, and the indelible effects of war. This edition comes with a bonus disc of special features and a 24-page booklet.
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Director Yamada Yoji reunites with Yoshinaga Sayuri, the star of About Her Brother and Kabei - Our Mother, for the poignant drama Nagasaki: Memories of My Son set in postwar Nagasaki. The veteran actress plays a midwife who lost her son three years ago during the atomic bombing. On the day she tells herself it's time to let him go, her son suddenly appears again to reminisce about their times together. Arashi member Ninomiya Kazunari (Letters from Iwo Jima) won Best Actor at the 39th Japan Academy Prize for his portrayal of the son. Kuroki Haru (Little House) and Asano Tadanobu (Kabei - Our Mother) also co-star in this moving examination of familial love, the pain of loss, and the indelible effects of war. This edition comes with a bonus disc of special features and a 24-page booklet.
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Shochiku Home Video Aitsu Bakari ga Naze Moteru (Japan Version) at 39.80 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video Burying The Ex (Japan Version) at 46.10 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video BULLET BALLET (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video What A Wonderful Family! (Blu-ray) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version) at 64.60 SGD from YesAsia
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From 1969 to 1995, Yamada Yoji directed an iconic series of films titled Otoko wa Tsurai yo (a.k.a. It's Tough Being a Man) about a traveling salesman and his never-ending difficulties with love. The director shows that relationships don't get any easier with time in his 2016 film What a Wonderful Family! (a.k.a. Kazoku wa Tsurai yo). Yamada reunites the cast of Tokyo Family including Hashizume Isao, Yoshiyuki Kazuko, Tsumabuki Satoshi, Aoi Yu, Nishimura Masahiko, Natsukawa Yui, Hayashiya Shozo and Nakajima Tomoko for an astute, good-humored look into the dynamics of the modern family. Married for 50 years, Shuzo (Hashizume Isao) and Tomiko (Yoshiyuki Kazuko) live with their sons Konosuke (Nishimura Masahiko) and Shota (Tsumabuki Satoshi) as well as their daughter-in-law (Natsukawa Yui) and their grandchildren. With so many people under one roof, the house is constantly bustling with bicker and banter. On Tomiko's latest birthday, which Shuzo has as usual forgotten, she calmly asks him for a present: divorce.
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From 1969 to 1995, Yamada Yoji directed an iconic series of films titled Otoko wa Tsurai yo (a.k.a. It's Tough Being a Man) about a traveling salesman and his never-ending difficulties with love. The director shows that relationships don't get any easier with time in his 2016 film What a Wonderful Family! (a.k.a. Kazoku wa Tsurai yo). Yamada reunites the cast of Tokyo Family including Hashizume Isao, Yoshiyuki Kazuko, Tsumabuki Satoshi, Aoi Yu, Nishimura Masahiko, Natsukawa Yui, Hayashiya Shozo and Nakajima Tomoko for an astute, good-humored look into the dynamics of the modern family. Married for 50 years, Shuzo (Hashizume Isao) and Tomiko (Yoshiyuki Kazuko) live with their sons Konosuke (Nishimura Masahiko) and Shota (Tsumabuki Satoshi) as well as their daughter-in-law (Natsukawa Yui) and their grandchildren. With so many people under one roof, the house is constantly bustling with bicker and banter. On Tomiko's latest birthday, which Shuzo has as usual forgotten, she calmly asks him for a present: divorce.
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Shochiku Home Video Early Summer (Blu-ray) (Digitally Restored Edition) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version) at 64.60 SGD from YesAsia
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A delicate examination of generational differences and the changing roles of women in postwar Japan, Ozu Yasujiro's 1951 classic Early Summer stars Hara Setsuko (Tokyo Story) as 28-year-old Noriko who lives in Tokyo with her parents and her brother's family. A visiting uncle reminds the family that Noriko is already of marital age, and soon she begins to feel the pressure from her family to marry as socially expected. However, they may not like the choice she eventually makes.
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A delicate examination of generational differences and the changing roles of women in postwar Japan, Ozu Yasujiro's 1951 classic Early Summer stars Hara Setsuko (Tokyo Story) as 28-year-old Noriko who lives in Tokyo with her parents and her brother's family. A visiting uncle reminds the family that Noriko is already of marital age, and soon she begins to feel the pressure from her family to marry as socially expected. However, they may not like the choice she eventually makes.
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Shochiku Home Video The Magnificent Nine (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Japan Version) at 85.20 SGD from YesAsia
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Back in 2010, Nakamura Yoshihiro directed A Boy and His Samurai, a comedy about a samurai who time travels to the present day. The eclectic filmmaker best known for mysteries likes The Inerasable and The Snow White Murder Case goes full period drama with The Magnificent Nine. Based on a novel by Isoda Michifumi, the ensemble comedy-drama rounds up both fresh faces and Nakamura's past leads to form his most star-studded cast yet that includes Abe Sadao, Eita, Tsumabuki Satoshi, Takeuchi Yuko, Matsuda Ryuhei, Yamazaki Tsutomu, Yuda Chibai and even Olympic gold medal figure skater Hanyu Yuzuru in his acting debut. Juzaburo (Abe Sadao) lives in an impoverished rural town where most of the residents struggle to get by due to the heavy taxes levied by the local government. Tea grower Tokuheiji (Eita), who has recently moved back to town, suggests loaning a large sum to the government and then using the interest to help the townspeople. Though Tokuheiji made the remark in jest, Juzaburo takes the idea to heart and puts the plan into action by pooling resources with other more well-off residents to raise money for the loan. As word spreads, more people join the scheme, including Juzaburo's estranged younger brother (Tsumabuki Satoshi), but the plan begins to balloon out of his control. This edition comes with a bonus DVD of special features.
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Back in 2010, Nakamura Yoshihiro directed A Boy and His Samurai, a comedy about a samurai who time travels to the present day. The eclectic filmmaker best known for mysteries likes The Inerasable and The Snow White Murder Case goes full period drama with The Magnificent Nine. Based on a novel by Isoda Michifumi, the ensemble comedy-drama rounds up both fresh faces and Nakamura's past leads to form his most star-studded cast yet that includes Abe Sadao, Eita, Tsumabuki Satoshi, Takeuchi Yuko, Matsuda Ryuhei, Yamazaki Tsutomu, Yuda Chibai and even Olympic gold medal figure skater Hanyu Yuzuru in his acting debut. Juzaburo (Abe Sadao) lives in an impoverished rural town where most of the residents struggle to get by due to the heavy taxes levied by the local government. Tea grower Tokuheiji (Eita), who has recently moved back to town, suggests loaning a large sum to the government and then using the interest to help the townspeople. Though Tokuheiji made the remark in jest, Juzaburo takes the idea to heart and puts the plan into action by pooling resources with other more well-off residents to raise money for the loan. As word spreads, more people join the scheme, including Juzaburo's estranged younger brother (Tsumabuki Satoshi), but the plan begins to balloon out of his control. This edition comes with a bonus DVD of special features.
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Shochiku Home Video MAEDA YOUICHI KANTOKU SAKUHIN SELECTION (Japan Version) at 129.20 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video CLOSING THE RING (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video TOMICA HERO RESCUE FORCE VOL.8 (Japan Version) at 39.80 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video OSS 117: LE CAIRE NID D`ESPIONS (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video PANDAFUL LIFE (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video EVERY LITTLE STEP - THE JOURNEY OF A PHENOMENON. A CHORUS LINE- PREMIUM EDITION (Japan Version) at 63.60 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video JOURNEY TO THE END OF THE NIGHT (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video TOMICA HERO RESCUE FORCE VOL.11 (Japan Version) at 39.80 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video [HAITATUSARENAI 3TSU NO TEGAMI]+[FUKUSHU SURU WA WARE NI ARI] (Japan Version) at 87.70 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video [AN AUTMN AFTERNOON]+[SEPPUKU] (Japan Version) at 87.70 SGD from YesAsia
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[AN AUTMN AFTERNOON]+[SEPPUKU] (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video [24 NO HITOMI]+[IZU NO ODORIKO] (Japan Version) at 87.70 SGD from YesAsia
Shochiku Home Video [24 NO HITOMI]+[IZU NO ODORIKO] (Japan Version)
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[24 NO HITOMI]+[IZU NO ODORIKO] (Japan Version)
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Shochiku Home Video [TOKYO MONOGATARI]+[KIMI NO NA HA DAI 1 BU] (Japan Version) at 87.70 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video Toukiyouboshiyoku at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video Fuufu at 252.80 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video TOSA NO IPPONZURI (Japan Version) at 39.80 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video MURISHINJU NIHON NO NATSU (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video OZU NO AKI (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video NINGEN NO JOUKEN 5. SHI NO DASSYUTSU (Japan Version) at 46.10 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video NINGEN NO JOUKEN 6. KOUYA NO HOUKOU (Japan Version) at 46.10 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video NINGEN NO JOUKEN 4. SENUN HEN (Japan Version) at 46.10 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video NINGEN NO JOUKEN 1. JUNAI HEN (Japan Version) at 46.10 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video NINGEN NO JOUKEN 3. BOUKYOU HEN (Japan Version) at 46.10 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video Kamui (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 76.10 SGD from YesAsia
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Popular actor Matsuyama Kenichi (Detroit Metal City) plays a ninja on the run in Blood and Bones director Sai Yoichi's latest film Kamui. Co-scripted by acclaimed screenwriter Kudo Kankuro, the period action film is based on Shirato Sanpei's manga about a fugitive ninja hunted by his former comrades. An exciting blend of fantasy, action, and historical adventure, the film surrounds Matsuyama's lone brooding ninja with spectacular CGI and a star-studded cast that includes Koyuki (Blood: The Last Vampire), Ito Hideaki (Umizaru), veteran Kobayashi Kaoru, Tsuchiya Anna (Sakuran), Ohgo Suzuka (Into the Faraway Sky), Hong Kong star Ekin Cheng (The Storm Warriors), and Yamazaki Tsutomu as the narrator. Low-ranking ninja Kamui (Matsuyama Kenichi) seeks the freedom to live life as he wishes, but he is bound by the rules of feudal Japan and his clan. He who is born a ninja, dies a ninja. Constantly on the run from other ninjas out for his life, Kamui trusts and cares for no one until fate brings him to a fishing village where he meets fisherman Hanbei (Kobayashi Kaoru) and his family. Blu-ray Edition comes with a Bonus DVD containing: Making Of Behind Action Sequences Event Promotion Footage Teaser Trailer
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Popular actor Matsuyama Kenichi (Detroit Metal City) plays a ninja on the run in Blood and Bones director Sai Yoichi's latest film Kamui. Co-scripted by acclaimed screenwriter Kudo Kankuro, the period action film is based on Shirato Sanpei's manga about a fugitive ninja hunted by his former comrades. An exciting blend of fantasy, action, and historical adventure, the film surrounds Matsuyama's lone brooding ninja with spectacular CGI and a star-studded cast that includes Koyuki (Blood: The Last Vampire), Ito Hideaki (Umizaru), veteran Kobayashi Kaoru, Tsuchiya Anna (Sakuran), Ohgo Suzuka (Into the Faraway Sky), Hong Kong star Ekin Cheng (The Storm Warriors), and Yamazaki Tsutomu as the narrator. Low-ranking ninja Kamui (Matsuyama Kenichi) seeks the freedom to live life as he wishes, but he is bound by the rules of feudal Japan and his clan. He who is born a ninja, dies a ninja. Constantly on the run from other ninjas out for his life, Kamui trusts and cares for no one until fate brings him to a fishing village where he meets fisherman Hanbei (Kobayashi Kaoru) and his family. Blu-ray Edition comes with a Bonus DVD containing: Making Of Behind Action Sequences Event Promotion Footage Teaser Trailer
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Shochiku Home Video MY LIFE WITHOUT ME/THE SECRET LIFE OF WORDS (Japan Version) at 82.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video Utsukushisa to kanashimi to (With Beauty and Sorrow) (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video HOTMAN 2 Vol.6 (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video Coffee Jikou (Cafe Lumiere) (Japan Version) at 63.60 SGD from YesAsia
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A cup of coffee is enough to transform your mood - at least it works for Yoko (Yo Hitoto) in Hou Hsiao Hsien's Cafe Lumiere. Yoko finds her peace in enjoying coffee with her friend Hajime (Asano Tadanobu). With a cup of coffee in her hands, she can retreat from her own problems and stay calm, even for just a while, so that she will have the courage to move on to another stage in her life. Yoko is a freelance writer researching on the Taiwan-born Japanese singer Jiang Ewn-ye. She met Hajime, the owner of a second-hand bookstore, while doing research at his shop. Since then the two have spent a good deal of quality time together in coffee shops. One day Yoko discovers that she is pregnant and she announces to her parents, whom she has not seen for a while, that she has decided to become an unwed mother. Her parents are worried, but Hajime feels even worse for he cannot express his love for Yoko. Meanwhile, Yoko's research on Jiang Ewn-ye has inspired her to reexamine her relationships with her family, Hajime, the baby, and many others. This film is a tribute to Japanese master Ozu Yasujiro to commemorate the 100th anniversary of his birthday. The spirit of Ozu's films, especially Tokyo Story, can easily be felt in Coffee Lumiere. Hou Hsiao Hsien admits that he has been thinking of how Ozu would have shot a film in today's Japan. Cafe Lumiere has been selected for numerous film festivals. Now each Cafe Lumiere DVD comes with a bonus 180 minute DVD which contains: 1. Footage on Yoko's life and outdoor shooting in Hokkaido, edited by Hou himself. 2. Interview with Asano Tadanobu and Hitoto Yo 3. Interview with Hou Hsiao Hsien and the making of the film 4. The French documentary Metro Lumiere (with Japanese subtitles) 5. Footage on the Venice Film Festival and the film premiere
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A cup of coffee is enough to transform your mood - at least it works for Yoko (Yo Hitoto) in Hou Hsiao Hsien's Cafe Lumiere. Yoko finds her peace in enjoying coffee with her friend Hajime (Asano Tadanobu). With a cup of coffee in her hands, she can retreat from her own problems and stay calm, even for just a while, so that she will have the courage to move on to another stage in her life. Yoko is a freelance writer researching on the Taiwan-born Japanese singer Jiang Ewn-ye. She met Hajime, the owner of a second-hand bookstore, while doing research at his shop. Since then the two have spent a good deal of quality time together in coffee shops. One day Yoko discovers that she is pregnant and she announces to her parents, whom she has not seen for a while, that she has decided to become an unwed mother. Her parents are worried, but Hajime feels even worse for he cannot express his love for Yoko. Meanwhile, Yoko's research on Jiang Ewn-ye has inspired her to reexamine her relationships with her family, Hajime, the baby, and many others. This film is a tribute to Japanese master Ozu Yasujiro to commemorate the 100th anniversary of his birthday. The spirit of Ozu's films, especially Tokyo Story, can easily be felt in Coffee Lumiere. Hou Hsiao Hsien admits that he has been thinking of how Ozu would have shot a film in today's Japan. Cafe Lumiere has been selected for numerous film festivals. Now each Cafe Lumiere DVD comes with a bonus 180 minute DVD which contains: 1. Footage on Yoko's life and outdoor shooting in Hokkaido, edited by Hou himself. 2. Interview with Asano Tadanobu and Hitoto Yo 3. Interview with Hou Hsiao Hsien and the making of the film 4. The French documentary Metro Lumiere (with Japanese subtitles) 5. Footage on the Venice Film Festival and the film premiere
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Shochiku Home Video Fuufu Vol.5 (Japan Version) at 53.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video IZUMI (Japan Version) at 39.80 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video Backtrack (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 46.10 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video My life without me (Japan Version) at 63.60 SGD from YesAsia
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Shochiku Home Video Yumikaoru BOX (JapanVersion) at 100.20 SGD from YesAsia
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