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Koto [1980]

Author: xaxa | Tuesday, 30 August 2011

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Koto | The Ancient City | The Old Capital | 古都 1980

Title: Koto | The Ancient City | The Old Capital | 古都

Genre: drama

Release Date: 6 December 1980

Director: Kon Ichikawa

Cast: Momoe Yamaguchi, Tomokazu Miura, Keiko Kishi

DVD-rip with English subtitles (Warning! Subtitles are machine translated and don't make much sense. Unfortunately they are the only ones available)

Based on the novel novel by Yasunari Kawabata originally published in 1962.

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Comments: 15
  1. Is she's twin in this drama?

  2. Yep, Yamaguchi plays both main heroine and her twin sister.

  3. Sorry,just asking.Why the subtitle in the drama not use right English?

  4. Because they were probably translated by Google translate (or something similar). Unfortunately these are the only subtitles available in the Internet.

  5. May I know,are you Japanese or English? Your English is very nice.

  6. WhyI didn't see subtitle here? Help me.

  7. To Hana.

    Thank you)) No, I'm neither Japanese, nor English.

    To Anonym.

    I don't know, they should be in the same archive.

  8. Really? How do you have more Jdorama here? Do you know Japanese?

  9. Yes, I know Japanese on a conversational level, so I can watch dramas and movies without subtitles. But I can't read or write, it's on a different level))

  10. Hey, Hana, don't forget to ask xaxa for his real name and home address. :)))

  11. Xaxa,It's okay..just for asking anyway,thank you so much.

  12. xaxa, thanks for you work once again. could you suggest some good and effective method of learning Japanese on a conversational level that is enough for watching dramas?

  13. Interesting question, GreGG))

    I'd recommend learning basic grammar and sentence structure (maybe kana) by "teach yourself" books. The rest what you need to understand speach is lots of vocabulary. You can learn new words watching dramas/movies, audio/video courses. If you need Japanese just to understand movies, then I wouldn't suggest trying to read kanji - that's a whole new level of difficulty and isn't necessary for your purposes.

  14. the links are dead.. :(

    can anyone please refresh them.?

    i badly need to watch this for the finals in literature..

    please help..

    or you can send the new links here please marshmallows69@yahoo.com

  15. Asnizu Endimion Takayama | 2015-03-13 в 14:21:32

    Admin....Help me please. I can't download this film.

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