Director: Ayuko Tsukahara
Writer: Toshikazu Kawaguchi (novel), Satoko Okudera
Producer: Arimasa Okada, Junichi Shindo
Cinematographer: Norimichi Kasamatsu
Release Date: September 21, 2018
Runtime: 116 min.
Genre: Drama / Fantasy / Cafe / Time Travel
Kazu Tokita (Kasumi Arimura) works at cafe “Funiculi Funicula,” which her relative Nagare Tokita (Motoki Fukami) runs. Their is a mysterious rumor that if a customer takes a specific seat at the cafe, that customer can travel back to a time of their choice. The specific rules for going back into the past are: 1. you can't meet people who did not visit the cafe 2. if you do something different in the past, it won't change the present 3. only one seat in the cafe is able to take someone into the past and if the seat is occupied, you have to wait until that customer leaves 4. when you go back to the past, you stay in the cafe 5. the time you can stay in the past is from pouring the coffee into the cup until the coffee gets cold and you have to finish the coffee before it gets cold. 4 miracles take place at the cafe.
Arimura Kasumi as Tokita Kazu
Ito Kentaro as Shintani Ryosuke
Fukami Motoki as Tokita Nagare
Yoshida Yo as Hirai Yaeko
Haru as Kiyokawa Fumiko
Hayashi Kento as Katada Goro
Matsumoto Wakana as Hirai Kumi
Yakushimaru Hiroko as Kotake Kayo
Matsushige Yutaka as Fusaki Yasunori
Ishida Yuriko as mysterious woman
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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.
-Onee-chan (お姉ちゃん), when a young sibling addresses his or her own older sister.
In Japanese culture, after attending a funeral, one usually throws the salt before entering a house. This was meant to cleanse that person from the funeral which symbolizes death, so that person wouldn't bring the death spirit into the house.
The Matrix mentioned in the movie refers to a 1999 science fiction action movie.
The Heisei period started on 8 January 1989 and ended on 30 April 2019.
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Some interesting trivia:
When Hirai met Shintani again, she mistakenly called him Furuya. Shintani's name is written in kanji as 新谷 (新 means new), while Furuya is written as 古谷 (古 means old).
Fumiko's name is written as 二美子 (二 means number 2), while Goro's name is written as 五郎 (五 means number 5). They sent an alcoholic drink with label 七幸 (七 means number 7 and 幸 means happiness) as a gratitude to Nagare and Kazu.