Kentaro Ohmachi is these days growing weary of his current girl friend. Though they have been living together with happy-smoothly going days, suddenly Kentaro unavoidably moves to a new apartment due to some reasons according to her. One day in summer season, he happens to witness his neighbor comes out from the room together with so many beautiful women around. “How could possibly such thing happen to such an ugly man??” This concern bothers him all the time and eventually he reaches to an answer to this mystery; the very existence of a certain can, named “BIJO-CAN”. Kentaro, getting hold of this BIJOCAN, finally successes to produce his ideally beautiful woman, “BIJO”..
Director: Masaya Kakei
Writer: Masaya Kakei, Yuji Kobayashi, Poosworks
Cinematographer: Katuhiko Mori
Release Date: October 2, 2004
Runtime: 61 min.
Toshiki Fujikawa – Kentaro Ohmachi
Akiko Yoshii – Bijo
Movie: Sing, Salmon, Sing! (International English title)
Director: Makoto Tanaka
Writer: Makoto Tanaka
Producer: Naoki Sato, Yoichi Arishige, Kiyoe Noma, Ryusei Kawakami
Cinematography: Kazuhiro Suzuki
Release Date: April 5, 2008
Runtime: 120 min.
Production Company: Nikkatsu
Kasumi is a member of her high school’s choir. When Jun’ichi tells her she looks like a fish when she sings, she loses all her confidence, until she meets gang leader Hiroshi.
Kaho – Kasumi Ogino
Gori – Hiroshi Kondo
Hideo Ishiguro – Junichi Makimura
Eri Tokunaga – Mitsuki Nomura
Akiko – Momiji Matsumoto
Sayuri Iwata – Rena Aoyagi
Rie Tomosaka – Kyoko Kuroki
Kanpei Hazama – Chiezo Ogino
Hiroko Yakushimaru – Yoko Senuma
Yukiko Yabe – Yuki Shinohara
Hiroki Ebata – Atsushi Kouroki
Takashi Kodama – Eiji Tsurumoto
Hikaru Yamamoto – Sakurako Yamada
Ayaka Miyoshi – Kasumi (young)