Ie Uru Onna - Netflix

Posted on Sat 29 June 2019 in netflix

She's single, beautiful and wears clothes that are a bit flashy, but she never smiles in front of her clients. Machi is a real-estate saleswoman who is known for closing the deal no matter who the client is--100% of the time. "There isn't a house I can't sell." She sticks her nose in the private issues of her clients and uses a vast range of tactics to help solve their problems... and sells the house while she's at it! "The kind of home you live in becomes a true reflection of your life." Because the home itself can sometimes even change your life, Machi will pour her heart and soul into finding the right home for you. "Being a real estate agent means having your clients surrender their life to you." -- NTV

Ie Uru Onna - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2016-07-13

Ie Uru Onna - Tokyo Tarareba Girls - Netflix

Tokyo Tarareba Girls (東京タラレバ娘, Tōkyō Tarareba Musume) is a Japanese josei manga series written and illustrated by Akiko Higashimura. It was serialized in Kodansha's manga magazine Kiss from March 2014 to April 2017. A 10-episode Japanese television drama series adaptation was broadcast on NTV from January to March 2017. Tarareba is a portmanteau of “tara” and “reba”, both of which means “if” in Japanese.

Ie Uru Onna - Plot - Netflix

Rinko, a writer living in Tokyo remains unmarried at 33. She has not been satisfied both in love and at work and often drinks with Kaori and Koyuki, her best friends since high school. One day, when the three women drink at an izakaya, making complaints against men they've dated before as usual, a mysterious handsome man with blond hair comes and tells them the reason they stay unmarried is they are just talking about “If I had done...” or “If he had been...”. After this, Rinko makes up her mind to get married by 2020, the year of the Tokyo Olympic Games.

Ie Uru Onna - References - Netflix