It looks like the people have spoken and they want to see Kinkyuu Torishirabeshitsu subbed! Amami Yuki’s old Jdrama, Last Present, was voted 2nd too! I’m seriously considering subbing Last Present as well, so stay tuned for that. Please seed Last Present if you can.
Here’s some more details about the Jdrama, Kinkyuu Torishirabeshitsu. I will also be posting cultural and translation notes here.
Makabe Yukiko, the head of the Special Investigation Team’s Third Section, prides herself on her superior negotiation skills. She tries to convince a criminal who is holding a bus hostage. However, an unanticipated situation arises and she fails. Yukiko is held fully responsible and is ordered to transfer to the Emergency Investigation Response Team, which goes by the name of Kintori. The director, Kajiyama Katsutoshi, whom she has always not got along well with, heads the Kintori. It is a professional team of outstanding interrogators put together to carry out interrogations, particularly for cases that are deemed important. Yukiko embarks on a new chapter at the Kintori surrounded by idiosyncratic veterans Hishimoto Susumu, Nakata Zenjiro, Koishikawa Haruo. She also determines the truth of an unsolved case deeply linked to her past –by jadefrost
Amami Yuki as Makabe Yukiko
Tanaka Tetsushi as Kajiyama Katsutoshi
Hayami Mokomichi as Watanabe Tetsuji
Suzuki Kosuke as Kenmotsu Daijiro
Sasai Eisuke as Soma Kazunari
Kusakari Masao as Gohara Masanao
Denden as Hishimoto Susumu
Osugi Ren as Nakata Zenjiro
Kohinata Fumiyo as Koishikawa Haruo
Timing courtesy of: http://jpsubbers.x10.mx/Japanese-Subtitles/
1280×720.mp4 version retimed by amrayu and uploaded by micehell
I won’t be providing retimed subs for other formats. If someone wants to volunteer, PM me and I can repost them to the D-Addicts thread.
- Law Enforcement in Japan
- Explanations for police slang (hoshi, deka, etc.) in Japanese
- Japanese Crime Phrases
ノミの心臓 (Nomi no shinzou): Literally means, the heart/spirit of a flea. This is used to describe someone who is lacking courage.