Always san-chôme no yûhi '64

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Always san-chôme no yûhi '64 poster.

Movie (2012)
Japanese title: ALWAYS 三丁目の夕日'64
English title: Always: Sunset on Third Street '64

Hidetaka Yoshioka (Ryunosuke Chagawa)
Koyuki (Hiromi Ishizaki)
Kenta Suga (Junnosuke Furyuki)
Mutsuko Hoshino (Maki Horikita)

The Tokyo Olympics are about to open, and Rynosuke Chagawa is excited to receive a new TV set to watch the upcoming events. His wife Hiromi is pregnant and he has built a second level on his shop to provide his adopted son Junnosuke with a private space to study for entrance to Tokyo University to set up a career with a major company. He dreams of sparing Junnosuke the struggles that he has faced as a writer. The family continues to rely upon Hiromi's income from her bar. Meanwhile a rival story, The Virus, by a new writer has appeared in the periodical that has been publishing his stories "Boy's Adventure Book" and he fears the new competition. Norifumi Suzuki also receives a new TV, but more of a deluxe model. Mutsuko Hoshino (Roku) is still the principal mechanic in the Suzuki family's auto repair shop, but she dresses up some mornings to go to a nearby street with the hope of a "chance" meeting with Dr. Kikuchi, who earlier treated a burn on her arm. High school student Ippei Suzuki dreams of becoming a rock star. All the residents on Third Street in the shadow of Tokyo Tower feel a great sense of pride in Japan's hosting of the Olympics.

Also from this series:

Always zoku san-chôme no yûhi

North American F-86F Sabre

In Blue Impulse livery. Draws the Olympic rings above the sky of Tokyo as part of the opening ceremony of the 1964 Tokyo Olympics.

The Olympic rings as seen on the Suzuki family's TV
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