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Masato Sakai

Masato Sakai


Age: 50

Born: 14 Oct, 1973

Known for

In Blue Literature as Melos | Sensei | Shirimaru | Ouba, Youzouas Melos | Sensei | Shirimaru | Ouba, Youzou

in Blue Literature
In Naoki Hanzawa as Naoki Hanzawaas Naoki Hanzawa

in Naoki Hanzawa
In Sanada Maru as Nobushige Sanadaas Nobushige Sanada

in Sanada Maru

TV Series Starring Masato Sakai

Sanada MaruSanada Maru
NHK, 2016 Cancelled/Ended | Drama, History

Sanada Maru is the 55th NHK taiga. It centers on the life of Sanada Nobushige, one of the most revered samurai in Japanese history.

Naoki HanzawaNaoki Hanzawa
TBS(Japan), 2013 Cancelled/Ended | Drama, News, Suspense

Naoki Hanzawa is a banker at the Tokyo Central Bank. Despite his having exposed many injustices inside the bank, the story begins with his being sent off to a subsidiary company, Tokyo Central Securities. Hanzawa commands a band of workers who are part of the so-called "lost generation." Together, they confront and overcome numerous workplace challenges. Can they secure "double returns" for clients and their outlandish demands? Convention-busting banker hero, Naoki Hanzawa, underwrites a new legendary chapter in the financial world.

Blue LiteratureBlue Literature
NTV, 2009 Cancelled/Ended | Drama, Horror, History, Anime
Rating: 3/5

The series consists of adaptations of six modern classics of Japanese literature: Osamu Dazai's No Longer Human (Ningen Shikkaku) & Run, Melos! (Hashire, Melos!), Natsume Soseki's Kokoro, Ryunosuke Akutagawa's Hell Screen (Jigoku Hen) & The Spider's Thread (Kumo no Ito), and Ango Sakaguchi's In the Forest, Under Cherries in Full Bloom (Sakura no Mori no Mankai no Shita).