Oguri Shun as Koyama Kazumi
Yashima Norito as Hikita Shuzo
Yamada Yu as Nakahara Mimi
Miura Haruma as Shiraishi Ryo
Yusuke Santamaria as Omuomu
Kamiji Yusuke as Teruteru
Otoo Takuma as Chagie
Ichige Yoshie as Koyama Shizue
Naka Riisa as Shinjo Sumire
Shibue Joji as Sunagawa Takayuki
Shikauchi Takashi (鹿内孝) as Inoue Goro
Suzunosuke (鈴之助) as Katagiri Hiroshi
Ito Yumi (伊藤ゆみ) as Kurata Wakana
Okada Ryosuke (岡田亮輔) as Akagi (Kazumi's Classmate)
Ishida Yudai (石田勇大) as Nakata (Kazumi's Classmate)
Kai Makoto (甲斐誠) as Uekusa (Kazumi's Classmate)
Tomikawa Kazuhito as Tsunoda
Morita Yosuke (森田陽祐) as Wakamatsu
Kojika Keiji (小鹿敬司) as Shimura
Masuda Shuichiro (増田修一朗) as Nagasaka
Takiguchi Yukihiro as Abe (Host)
Hankai Kazuaki (ep3)
Iriyama Noriko (ep3)
Tokui Yuu (ep4)
Yamazaki Hajime (ep6,8)
Imae Fuyuko (今江冬子) (ep7)
Kasai Kenji (ep7)
Yamashita Yorie (ep8)
Koyama Kazumi is a poor but optimistic college student who firmly believing that there are more important things than money. Despite his own poverty he ends up taking on other people's debts and faces various challenges to pay off those debts. --Tokyograph
Ah, it's finally finished. Okay, the last episode was surprising to say the least. Let's just say Mimi, if you haven't watched the final episode yet, marries somebody you'd least expect.
I knew Shiraishi would leave. That was sad. I was hoping that he and Kazumi would work together with their "recycling" job.
This show wasn't all that. There were some episodes that were boring as hell, some that were surprisingly funny, and some that made no damn sense at all. I watched it only because it had the "Shun-kun" and Haruma-kun in it. Period.
This show could have been by far better. So I'll just say that it helped me waste some time if I needed to.
Ahhh but alas....more pics of two of my favorite guys.