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Wonderful Life

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Wonderful Life (2004)

10 out of 10 (1 reviews)

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Country Japan
Season Year Spring 2004
Air Dates Apr 13, 2004 – Jun 29, 2004
Episodes 12
Runtime 45
Timeslot Tuesday
Network(s) Fuji TV
Licensed No
Native Title ワンダフルライフ


Kirishima is the most famous baseball player in Japan. However, an unfortunate injury forces him to retire. His family abandons him, and all that’s left is a vacant coaching position at a local baseball team for young boys. This club is on the verge of being disbanded, and, so far, they have never won a single game. Will Kirishima be able to help the club?

Through the television screen, popular baseball player Kirishima tells the kids, “dreams come true.” His baseball techniques are so fantastic that he is called the “miracle man.” But in reality, Kirishima is an arrogant and selfish flirt who spends money like there’s no tomorrow.

Mizuki is a girl who wants to become a lawyer. Her brother plays on Kirishima’s team but can’t stand the sight of Kirishima. She hates men who fool around, and especially those who deceive children. Will Mizuki and Kirishima be able to come to a mutual understanding?




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1 Reviews for Wonderful Life

  • Dinner0801
    June 19, 2023
    A Delightful Story


    Wonderful Life (drama)

    Is a delightful story. Personal growth and a reevaluation of life’s priorities go hand in hand with little league baseball and the major leagues. Sorimachi is very well cast as an obnoxious star who needs a reality check.
    It’s just a light drama with few touching moments. Sorimachi sure know how to act in this drama.In this drama reminds me of him in ‘Overtime’.

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