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Haruko Kirishima (Yuki Amami) is a 44-year-old single woman. I love how the drama was able to teach the viewers about life, especially the issue of marriage.She is philosophical about marriage, giving birth, and dating. Junpei Kudo (Hiroshi Tamaki) is a single man who can't afford to get married. I was delighted on the flowers that are being shown in every episode, including the flower language of the flowers. ^^ The age thing is just something part of Japanese culture, actually marriages into their 30's are now becoming more prominent in Japan.The story revolves around male-shy and romance inexperienced Hanae and her unexpected one night stand with 20 year old college student and intern at her company Tanokura Yuto that leads to a real relationship.
: D I'm really enjoying this series after watching 2 episodes but what I find really annoying is that they make it look like a 35 year old single woman is not good enough because she is too "old". Second of all, people don't only fall in love between the ages of 18-30. In general, they are expressions of respect or endearment, but as with many terms in many languages, delivery — tone and emphasis — can change a title of utmost honor to a sarcastic insult.Using the wrong honorific, or the right honorific in the wrong way, can result in anything from simple disdain to (in feudal times, at least) clan warfare.They can be either attached to the end of a name, or in some cases (such as "sensei", much like the English "Professor" or "Doctor") can be used as standalone substitutes for names.
Etiquette is a critical part of Japanese language and culture, and honorifics are a key element in that.Last season’s drama series “Love Shuffle” (TBS) revolved around a group of men and women mixing and matching their relationships in an attempt to find their right mates.