These town revival gals are just made for TV. Now that we’re about half way through the series, everything seems to be moving along quite well, doesn’t it? Something’s gotta give.
The dragon isn’t exactly seeking revenge in the final day of the rural romance tour. It just wants to be friends.
There’s nothing wrong with being strange. In fact, “I like it when people are… unique.”
Everything really comes together between the tourism board and the board of merchants – but that was to be expected.
The Shinomiya family takes the lead in this foodie adventure.
That’s a wrap on filming, but there are a lot of other things that need to be wrapped up at the same time. Next step, bigger budget!
Manoyama is the setting of the newest low-budget thriller, but not everyone is on the movie-making bandwagon.
The queen and council finally figure out a plan to revitalize the town. Is it even possible to implement?
This week the tourism board looks to make traditional wood carving cool again, with exoskeletons and kabura sushi soda? I would try it.
Yoshino starts to figure out what Manoyama is all about, and the best place to start is with the wind in your face – or the people. Clearly though, the queen could use some media training.