Title (romaji): Watashi no Kaseifu Nagisa-san
Also known as: My Housekeeper, Mr. Nagisa
Genre: Love comedy
Broadcast network: TBS
Broadcast period: 2020-Jul-07 to 2020-Sep-01
Air time: Tuesday 22:00
Theme song: Hadaka no Kokoro by Aimyon
Original work: Manga “Kaseifu no Nagisa-san, Housekeeper Nagisa-san” by Yotsuhara Furiko
Screenwriter: Tokuo Koji
Producer: Iwasaki Aina , Kato Shoichi
Director: Tsuboi Toshio, Yamamoto Takeyoshi
Music: Suehiro Kenichiro, MAYUKO
Aihara Mei is a young career woman in her late twenties, and she is known to be one of the most capable worker in the company. However, Mai is absolutely hopeless when it comes to housework and she has zero basic life survival skills. On the night of her 28th birthday, she returned home to find a strange old man wearing an apron waiting for her. He is non other than Shigino Nagisa, the perfect housekeeper who will help her take care of the cleaning, laundry and cooking. At the beginning, having a strange unknown middle-aged man in her home made Mei very uncomfortable but as time goes by, his presence gives her warmth and a sense of peace.
In the meantime, Tadokoro Yuta joins Mei's company and becomes her rival at work. Mei, who has had excellent track record to-date, suddenly finds herself in a pinch as she now has to compete with Yuta. On the other hand, Yuta seems to be more interested in Mei romantically and she finds herself being wary of his true intentions. Will Mei end up being won over by Yuta in both work and love?
Tabe Mikako as Aihara Mei
Omori Nao as Shigino Nagisa
Seto Koji as Tadokoro Yuta
Maeda Gordon as Segawa Haruto
Takahashi Maryjun as Suyama Kaoru
Miyao Shuntaro as Higo Kikunosuke
Hirayama Yusuke as Matsudaira Shinya
Mizusawa Shingo as Baba Joji
Okabe Dai as Horie Kosuke
Wakatsuki Yumi as Tenma Akari
Iio Kazuki as Komakizaka Haruo
Natsuko as Yoshikawa Karin
Tomita Yasuko as Kotou Miyuki
Kusakari Tamiyo as Aihara Midori
Shuri as Fukuda Yui
Some Japanese honorifics we keep in this translation:
-San (さん), the most common honorific, equivalent to “Mr.” or “Mrs.” It’s a title of respect between equals.
-Kun (くん), it is used to address young males. It is also used by superiors to inferiors and male of the same age and status.
-Chan (ちゃん), most frequently used for girls and between them, children, close friends, or lovers. This can be used when somebody finds a person, a pet, or something adorable and cute.
-Sensei (せんせい), is used to refer to teachers as well as people who are experts in their respective fields, whether doctors, artists or lawyers. It shows respect to someone who has mastered some skill.
-Sama (さま), the more formal version of san. Usually used to refer to customers who are deserving of the utmost respect status in Japan, people of higher rank, or somebody you admire.
-Senpai (せんぱい), signifies that a person in a group has more experience such as a senior colleague or a high school senior if you’re in a lower grade. Generally it refers to someone older.
Ojisan means "uncle", but it can also be used to address a middle-aged man without any family relationship.
- The Honnoji Incident occurred early in the morning of 21 June 1582, when Oda Nobunaga was attacked and died while staying at the Honnoji Temple in Kyoto by a large force commanded by one of his most trusted generals, Akechi Mitsuhide.
- Battle of Sekigahara was the greatest and bloodiest battle in history of Japan, fought on 21 October 1600 between the nation that torn in two, East and Western factions.
- Fist of the North Star is a Japanese manga series that was originally serialized from 1983 to 1988 in the Japanese magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump, created by Tetsuo Hara and Buronson. Toki and Rin are characters from this manga series.Episode 6:
2.5 dimensional musical is used to describe theatrical presentations based on Japanese manga, popular animation and video games. The meaning implies such theatrical shows exist somewhere between 2D (the realm of manga, animation and video games) and 3D (the realm of the theater). The term not only refers to musicals, but also to straight plays, comedies and dramas. "Prince of Tennis", "Haikyuu!!", and "Touken Ranbu" are some examples of 2.5 dimensional musical.Episode 9:
Kenshiro is the main protagonist of "Fist of the North Star".
- "Tsundere" is used to describe a character who often appears cold and heartless, but then gradually shows his warmer, gentler side over time.
- "The Grateful Crane" is a Japanese folktale about a poor young farmer who saved a wounded crane. After that, he went home and found a woman in his house claiming to be his wife. Since then, they happily lived together and their rice sack was mysteriously full all the time. One day, his wife asked the young man to build her a weaving room but she warned him not to peek inside while she was weaving. First, the man agreed and after seven days, his wife came out from the room with a very beautiful cloth which was sold for many coins at the market. The next time his wife was weaving inside the room, the young man couldn't hold his curiosity and peeked inside. He was surprised to find that his wife was gone and instead, there was a crane inside the room, plucking its own feathers for thread to weave the beautiful cloth. Apparently, it was the crane he saved before and the crane came back as his wife to show its gratitude to him. But since the man had seen its true form, the crane then disappeared forever.
- Raoh is a character from "Fist of the North Star". He is Kenshiro's adoptive eldest brother.
- ECG (or EKG), stands for electrocardiogram, records the electrical signal from your heart to check for different heart conditions.
- Hot spring eggs refer to eggs that were originally prepared in hot spring water to create silky egg whites and custard-like yolk.Corrections:
In Episode 3 at 05:38 it should be "Your Dad has cooked dinner at home. I can't.", not "Your Dad is waiting at home for me to cook dinner. I can't."
In Episode 8 at 14:28 it should be "Why so sudden, Ojisan?" not "Why so suddenly, Ojisan?
and at 20:15 it should be "My wife is professional in sweets making, you know." not "My wife is a professional sweets maker, you know."Raws:
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