Forbidden Love

Forbidden Love (1999)


  • Genre: Drama
  • First Air Date: 1999-04-08
  • Last Air Date: 1999-06-17
  • Total Seasons: 1
  • Total Episodes: 11
  • Status: Ended
  • Episode Runtime: 60 min.
  • Production Company: TBS
  • Production Country: Japan
  • Networks: TBS
  • Directors: Nobuhiro Doi, Osamu Katayama.
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Summary

Michi, a 26 year old high school math teacher, tentatively accepts her boyfriend’s proposal of marriage, uncertain of her love for him but feeling pressure from her father and society to do what is expected of her. Hikaru, a 17 year old boy frustrated by his home life with his single mother and having been expelled from many high schools for bad behavior, enters Michi’s class as a new transfer student. As their relationship grows they realize that they both feel that they have lost themselves to the pressures of those around them, and it is this common bond that draws them dangerously close. What follows is a heart-wrenching story of forbidden love where Michi must face society’s judgement for corrupting a minor, abandoning her fiance, and disappointing her parents and co-workers.

  • Keywords: forbidden love, high school, romance, teacher
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    Forbidden Love Seasons

    Season 1

    First Air Date: 1999-04-08
    11 Episodes

    Forbidden Love Episodes

    Title Air Date Duration
    Season 1Episode 1Episode 160 min
    • Nanako Matsushima

      as Michi Hirose
    • Hideaki Takizawa

      as Hikaru Kurosawa
    • Naomi Nishida

      as Kiriko Uda
    • Hitomi Kuroki

      as Kyoko Kurosawa (Hikaru's mother)
    • Ken'ichi Yajima

      as
    • Yoichi Nukumizu

      as Matsuoka Sensei / History Teacher
    • Yumi Shirakawa

      as Motoko Hirose
    • Ryosei Tayama

      as Okajima / High School Director
    • Tetsuya Bessho

      as Masaru Kitai
    • Yuichiro Yamaguchi

      as Yu Godai
    • Maiko Yamada

      as Jun Kinoshita
    • Mitsuru Yamazaki

      as Principal
    • Miyuki Matsuda

      as Dr. Shindo
    Sound Hikaru Utada Theme Song Performance
    Production Yasuo Yagi Producer
    Directing Nobuhiro Doi Director
    Directing Osamu Katayama Director
    Writing Kazuhiko Yukawa Writer
    Production Yasuyuki Kabeya Producer's Assistant
    Sound Naoki Yamauchi Music Supervisor

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