21 July 2017 | Friday | 4:00 PM (Post Inauguration)
A Tale of Samurai Cooking
-A True Love Story
December 14, 2013
Aya Ueto as Haru Funaki
Kengo Kora as Yasunobu Funaki
Great cook Haru has married into the legendary “Kitchen Samurai” family, but her husband who is the successor of the family can’t cook at all. Haru makes a vow to make him a superb samurai chef, and starts teaching her new husband how to cook.
21 July 2017 | Friday | 6:45 PM
September 15, 2001
Satoshi Tsumabuki as Suzuki
Hiroshi Tamaki as Sato
Akifumi Miura as Ohta
Plot: Hilarious film about a synchronized swimming team in a boys’ school. The team consists of un-popular boys, mocked by everyone, until they decide to go ahead and put up a performance on their own.
22 July 2017 | Saturday | 4:00 PM
August 25, 1950
Toshiro Mifune as Tajomaru
Machiko Kyo as Masako Kanazawa
Masayuki Mori as Takehiro Kanazawa
In 12th century Japan, a woman is raped and his samurai husband is killed by a notorious bandit, Tajomaru. This episode is testified in court by four witnesses, each from their own point of view. But whose version can be believed?
22 July 2017 | Saturday | 5:45 PM
Children on the Island
July 11, 1987
Yuko Tanaka as Hisako Oishi
Misako Konno as Masuno
Taro Kawano as Isokichi
Naoko Nozawa as Sanae
Set between the late 1920s and the early 1950s, it portrays the story of a teacher who comes to a village on the Inland Sea and the relationship that develops between her and her 12 pupils, which is disrupted by the escalation of the war.
23 July 2017 | Sunday | 4:00 PM
April 28, 2012
Hiroshi Abe as Lucius
Aya Ueto as Mami Yamakoshi
Masachika Ichimura as Hadrian
Hidetaka Yoshioka as Mitsuo Suwa
A comical movie where a Roman bath architect from 130 BC time-travels to modern Japan. He goes back and forth between ancient Rome and modern Japan, learning a lot about the bath culture of today’s Japan, and brings it back to ancient Rome.
23 July 2017 | Sunday | 6:00 PM
Nobody to Watch Over Me
January 24, 2009
Koichi Sato as Takumi Katsuura
Mirai Shida as Saori Funamura
Ryuhei Matsuda as Shogo Mishima
A 15 year old school girl is put under police protection from public outrage and media frenzy after her brother is arrested on suspicions of murder. The vulnerability, isolation and even the resilience of the girl is portrayed when up against a volatile and often intolerant world.