Hatoko returns to her hometown in Kamakura for the first time in 8 years and inherits her late grandmother's stationery store Tsubaki Bunguten. However, the shop exists only in form and is actually a notary public which writes letters on behalf of others. As a newbie in this trade, Hatoko gradually becomes better at writing various types of letters with the best words to convey the clients' feelings to the recipients. Through her work, Hatoko's heart gets filled with satisfaction and joy which inspires her to make changes to her life. Add Synopsis In Portuguese
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"Tsubaki Bunguten" has a very beautiful and smooth story, pleasant to accompany from the first to the last episode.
A very harmonized drama, like calming cinematography, enlightenment, scenery and effects, all combine with the story, everything matches that grandmother's air.
The cast helped and very, consistent performance and very well represented by the beautiful protagonist, embellished by a simple but beautiful costumes that gave the grand finale of a dazzling drama. Of a drama that warms the soul.