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Youkoso Nihongo Tel Ask for Akane. Mondays Closed on holidays. Saturday Closed every first Saturday of the month. Japanese Classes Saturdays Networking and consultation time Sundays Tuesdays May vary depending on the time of year. Please contact the office for more details. Tuesdays Thursdays Mondays Fridays May take a break some weeks. Amami Yuki plays Maya Akutsu, a sixth-grade teacher who dresses all in black and is repeatedly referred to as "oni sensei" the teacher from hell , when, in fact, she seems to be an ultrarealist at heart.
The drama focuses on a year in her classroom and, particularly, the effect it has on year-old Kazumi--a nice but mediocre student whose parents want to send her to a private secondary school.
And what a surprising change of pace this classroom is! There is no slouching, talking back or disregard for the rules here. The teacher is actually in charge, and she takes no whining from the kids, who are shivering in their chairs, fearful of her wrath. When the students protest her system and call it unfair, she tells them to open their eyes.
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In Japanese society, she lectures, those who work hard or have influence get all the privileges, and the lazy or less affluent end up with the leftovers. She says only six in people can expect to be happy and the elite already have most of the advantages and access to the best medical care. She tells them that, as products of the public school system, they will have to scramble to get anything at all, and most of them will end up as "bonjin" ordinary people , to whom those on the top will be happy to leave the soldiering and service-sector jobs.
When the kids counter that grades aren't everything and the sports and entertainment worlds still beckon, the teacher argues an even smaller percentage will make it in those fields. She may just be telling it as it is, but it is a pretty bleak message for the first day of sixth grade. Interesting storyline. It almost reminds of that children's book called Mrs.
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Viola or something like that.. I just finished watching this too. It was really good and made me think a lot throughout the series. I really like the script to this.
I watch the first episode few months ago and it was alright. I thought the slow stepping part was I'll finish watching it when I have the time. A great drama I really enjoyed it. I really liked Maya after the whole drama. I was actually surprised that I liked it since it revolved around a 6th grade class. I really like this jdrama, interesting concept, interesting actings from both adults and children.
I'm not done with it yet due to my slow Internet connection, but I'm getting close to the ending, 1 more ep to go. If you're looking for something different to watch, this is it.