Homonji Sharaku is the descendant of an esteemed, scholarly aristocratic family in Kita Kamakura where the line of eldest sons have had high IQ of 246 passed down from generation to generation. The present 89th head of the Homonji family, Homonji pursues nothing but knowledge. He is fond of saying, “I’ve nothing to do. I’ve nothing to do. Where’s a case that’s worth my while to solve?” One day, Wato Soko, a detective of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department, is suddenly assigned to the First Investigative Division. However, she is given the mission to guard Homonji rather than investigate brutal crimes. It seems that everyone who was assigned resigned within a month Add Synopsis In Portuguese
Cast & Credits
I loved Oda Yuji's acting, specially his accent and his little over the top acting, It was very Japanese to say. They didn't try to replicate Sherlock Holmes they created their own. The casts are excellent, they had some famous Japanese actor as guest actor in a lot of the episodes, if you've been watching JDrama you'll know them for sure.
The show's comedic value is really high too, You'll get to laugh in every episode. The show isn't very tense it's light enjoyable, like Sherlock Holmes it doesn't show some really complicated case and a really superficial way of solving them. In this show everything is just the right amount to let you have a really fun time.
The cast was really well picked for this show, especially episode 5 because I'm a fan of Narimiya Hiroki. To be honest, I think they made a lot of things over exaggerated at some points or rushed at other points, and I really don't understand why one person had to be the "stupid commoner" scapegoat for the first few episodes, though I do realize that all of it was what made this show so interesting! Each story had an extremely difficult plot that was full of suspense and was thrilling to watch! Each character's personal story and growth was really amazing to see; it was like they became a different person altogether as the show continued through the episodes.
Though I was confused sometimes, it didn't last long and everything made sense toward the end of each episode and even more so toward the end of the show itself. I have to say this story is very unique to anything I have ever seen before, and as I continued watching I definitely grew more fond of the show as well!