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What's New on Netflix Japan: New Releases
New Releases for Netflix Japan
Discovering his ties to a secret ancient order, a young man living in modern Istanbul embarks on a quest to save the city from an immortal enemy. He's an ordinary man living an unremarkable life. Or so he thought. Now the fates of millions depend on his every move.
This documentary adaptation of John Grisham's only nonfiction book raises troubling questions about two murder cases in Ada, Oklahoma, in the 1980s. The two murder cases were open and shut. They shouldn't have been. Is it ever too late for justice?
During the Japanese colonial period, married playwright Kim U-jin falls in love with soprano Yun Sim-deok, one of Korea’s notable New Women. It's a tragic story from a dark time. But love can sustain those caught in difficult circumstances with impossible choices.
With his firm facing a ruinous lawsuit on no capital, Kohei Tsukuda must decide whether to sell his rocketry patent or pursue an impossible dream. Selling is the safe choice for everyone. But he quit his job at the space agency for this, and he just can't let go.
After her beloved cat dies, manga creator Asako is too depressed to meet her deadlines. Nothing helps until she meets a sick kitten in the park. She takes a sick kitten to the hospital and can't help but fall in love. Gradually, Gou Gou helps her start anew.
Young Setsuko's mundane life breaks down when her much older husband -- who's also her mother's former lover -- gets in a devastating car accident. She hates her mother. Maybe that's why she married her mother's lover. He's gone now, but she won't cry. She never has.
After her ex-boyfriend dies, an editor becomes obsessed with his fiancée, a woman accused of swindling multiple men out of money before killing them. She's plain. She's strange. Her former beauty, the cagey community she comes from, something turned her into a killer.
Jaded journalist Sonoko gets a tip-off about a possible terrorist-related revenge attack. While pursuing the story, she uncovers a deeper conspiracy. A foreign terrorist attack. Local girls poisoned by pollutants. As a journalist and a woman, she must uncover the truth.
In this modern adaptation of the Dostoyevsky classic, a loner named Miroku takes it upon himself to kill a teenage girl leading a prostitution ring. She's an insect that hurts everyone around her. She needs to die -- and he's going to kill her. Why is that wrong?