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At long last, Kanoya Bank is established! The main character and this week’s roundup of ‘Here Comes Asa!’

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‘Here Comes Asa’ now showing on WAKUWAKU JAPAN

Read on for a roundup of eagerly awaited episodes 97-102.

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Hatsu and her some Ainosuke, who live in Wakayama, come to Kanoya. Asa is overjoyed to meet her sister for the first time in ten years. When Hatsu sees Asa’s daughter Chiyo, she is overcome with joy and gives her a great big hug. Chiyo is bewildered by Hatsu’s warmth and kindness, because it is so unlike her mother, Asa.

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Shinjiro brings Ainosuke to Kanoya, and since he shows such an interest in the trade, he shows him around. Asa and Hatsu discuss family matters, recalling the path they’ve both taken in tears. Then, all of a sudden Asa falls down on the tatami flooring…

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While preparations for establishing the bank proceed thanks to the work of Heijuro who is knowledgeable on banking matters, Gansuke attempts to leave Kanoya. And when Ume suspects that…

And then Asa begins to worry about Ume, and tries to talk to her…

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Then one day, Asa has the opportunity to meet Shibusawa Eiichi, a man with the reputation of the ‘god of banking’. Shibusawa speaks to Asa about the most important part of banking…

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And finally, Asa’s dream becomes a reality as the sign outside ‘Kanoya Bank’ is set in place. In a few years time, Asa becomes known for her position at the bank, so well known in fact that even the newspapers write about her. But Asa remains unchanged, still arguing with her daughter Chiyo…

Writer: admin

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Here Comes Asa!

Starring: Haru, Hiroshi Tamaki, Shinobu Terajima, Dean Fujioka. In late 19th century Japan, at a time when women were rarely in the limelight, there lived a colorful female entrepreneur, Asa, in the merchant city of Osaka. Asa worked hard not just to make money, but also to realize a world where everyone is happier than now.

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