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Also known as  Bon Apetit!
Written by  Yoshiko Morishita
First episode date  30 September 2013
Number of episodes  150
Program creator  NHK
8.1/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
Narrated by  Kazuko Yoshiyuki
Final episode date  29 March 2014
Network  NHK
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Directed by  Takafumi KimuraTetsuya WatanabeYoshiharu Sasaki
Starring  Anne WatanabeMasahiro HigashideNaomi ZaizenTaizō HaradaMidoriko KimuraTsuyoshi MuroYoshiko MiyazakiKazuko YoshiyukiMasaomi Kondō
Cast  Anne Watanabe, Masahiro Higashide, Mitsuki Takahata, Masaki Suda, Midoriko Kimura
Similar  Beppinsan, Amachan, Asa ga Kita, Toto Neechan, Hanako to Anne

Gochisōsan (ごちそうさん) is a Japanese television drama series. It first aired from 30 September 2013 to 29 March 2014. It is scripted by Yoshiko Morishita, who wrote such dramas as Jin, and stars Anne Watanabe as Meiko Uno, a woman who lives through the Taisho and Showa eras and tries to excel at Japanese cuisine. Meiko is the daughter of parents who run a western style restaurant in Tokyo. She marries, moves to Osaka with her husband, and experiences cultural differences between Tokyo and Osaka, as she lives as a mother and wife in Osaka. It is the 89th NHK Asadora.

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Main characters

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  • Anne Watanabe as Meiko Nishikado (her maiden name was Uno)
  • Hana Toyoshima as young Meiko Uno
  • Masahiro Higashide as Yūtarō Nishikado, Meiko's husband
  • Ryūnosuke Hosoda as young Yūtarō Nishikado
  • Miyabi Matsuura as Fuku Nishikado, Meiko's daughter
  • Tomoka Harami as young Fuku Nishikado
  • Masaki Suda as Taisuke Nishikado, Meiko's son
  • Ryūto Misawa as young Taisuke Nishikado
  • Daigo Nishihata as Katsuo Nishikado, Meiko's son
  • Teruo Ninomiya as young Katsuo Nishikado
  • Uno family

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  • Kazuko Yoshiyuki as Tora Uno, Meiko's grandmother (also as narrator)
  • Naomi Zaizen as Iku Uno, Meiko's mother
  • Taizō Harada as Daigo Uno, Meiko's father
  • Kai Inowaki as Teruo Uno, Meiko's brother
  • Chiemi Matsutera as Kuma
  • Nishikado family

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  • Masaomi Kondō as Shōzō Nishikado, Yutaro's father
  • Masahiro Kobori as young Shōzo Nishikado
  • Yoshiko Miyazaki as Shizu Nishikado
  • Saki Furuwa as young Shizu Nishikado
  • Midoriko Kimura as Kazue Yamashita (her maiden name was Nishikado), Yutaro's older sister
  • Mitsuki Takahata as Noriko Kawakubo (her maiden name was Nishikado), Yutaro's younger sister and Keiji's wife
  • Yura Arata as young Noriko Nishikado
  • Others

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  • Yasuhi Nakamura as Umasuke Takagi
  • Takashi Yamanaka as Kosai Muroi, Sakurako's husband and Meiko's friend
  • Aki Maeda as Sakurako Muroi (her maiden name was Horinohata), Kosai's wife
  • Abe Yohana as Ayame Muroi, Kosai and Sakurako's eldest daughter
  • Akira Sugimoto as young Ayame Muroi
  • Akiko Kimata as Tatsuko Takagi, Umasuke's sister
  • Mai Miyajima as Tamiko Nogawa, Meiko's friend
  • Kaoru Okumeki as Mrs. Miyamoto
  • Masato Wada as Genta Izumi, Meiko's childhood friend
  • Ai Kato as Akiko Matsuda
  • Kotoko Noda as young Akiko Matsuda
  • Ippei Shigeyama as Keiji Kawakubo, Noriko's husband
  • International broadcast

  • Southeast Asia: It was aired every Monday to Saturday at 8:40PM with a replay at 9:20AM (under Drama Woman timeslot) from February 29 to August 20, 2016 on WakuWaku Japan under the title Bon Appetit!. In Malaysia, the broadcaster is TV Alhijrah.
  • References

    Gochisōsan Wikipedia


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