FANDOM


Tsukushi: "If you knew, then why'd you come?"
Tsukasa: "Isn't it obivious? It's because I love you. I love you."
Tsukasa risked his safety to protect Tsukushi.

"Confession of life-threatening love" (命がけの愛の告白 () Inochigake no ai no kokuhaku) is the fifth installment of the Japanese drama, Hana Yori Dango. It aired on November 18, 2005[1] and was followed by the sixth episode on November 25.

Photos of Tsukushi Makino with an unknown man in bed surface at Eitoku Academy. Tsukushi becomes determined to prove she has been framed by someone. Tsukasa Domyoji believes the photos are real and loses confidence in Tsukushi.

Plot

Coming Soon!

Cast and characters

Character Actor Notes
Akira Mimasaka Tsuyoshi Abe
Chieko Makino Mako Ishino
Erika Ayuhara Aki Fukada
Haruo Makino Susumu Kobayashi
Kaede Domyoji Mariko Kaga
Minako Yamano Emiko Matsuoka
Nishida David Ito
Rui Hanazawa Shun Oguri
Sachiyo Sengoku Takako Kato
Sakurako Sanjo Megumi Sato
Sojiro Nishikado Shota Matsuda
Susumu Makino Satoshi Tomiura
Tsukasa Domyoji Jun Matsumoto
Tsukushi Makino Mao Inoue
Yuki Matsuoka Aki Nishihara
Yuriko Asai Saki Seto

Additional roles[2]

  • Aika Uematsu (Eitoku kindergarten teacher)
  • Amon Hoshino (young Sojiro)
  • Ayana Moriyama (young Sakurako)
  • Kaishi Watanabe (young Akira)
  • Kento Handa (Ryuji)[3]
  • Kousuke Takeda (young Tsukasa)
  • Meijin Serizawa (boutique manager)
  • Takayuki Takuma (Okami-san's lover)
  • Takumi Ueda (young Rui)

Ratings

Video Research Ltd.
Kanto Kansai
19.0% 19.7%

Notes

  • Tsukasa addresses his mother with the rude pronoun "teme", meaning "you".[4] She effectively tells him that word is not in her vocabulary.
  • "Crazy in Love" by Beyoncé is playing in the background of the clothing store Tsukushi visits with Sojiro.
  • In this episode, Okami-san's former love is "the man with two faces", a hardworking salaryman by day, a playboy by night. The concept is similar to the manga series, Tokumei Kakarichō Tadano Hitoshi.
  • Tsukasa mixes up the word "otori", meaning "decoy"[5] or "bait", with "kotori".
  • Tsukasa tells Tsukushi she has his "taikobara" of approval, what he meant to say was "taikoban", meaning "seal of approval". "Taikobara" actually means "pot-bellied" or "paunchy".[6]

References

See also


Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.