A scuba diving instructor, Nana and an ordinary salaryman, Daiki live together in a small apartment. After purchasing a 'corporative' house together in a residential complex, they soon decide that they want to conceive a baby. This is a desire which doesn’t come along too easily for them. So, the two of them set out on a mission to succeed with their new objective.
(Source: Fuji TV)
~~ Based on the original story by author Mayumi Nakatani
One can say that Tonari in the Kazoku wa Aoku Mieru follows two stories or rather two dramas, one is the beautiful young Nana Igarashi played by actress Kyoko Fukada along with her Daiki husband played by Kenichi Matsuyama who forms a beautiful couple in the plot, the rapport and sympathy of the two are visibly caprichado, both are living the drama of designing a baby, if this were not enough, there is the drama of living in a residential complex where some neighbors are literally a drunk. Aesthetically the drama is clean, cinematography is beautiful, minimalist, I liked the CGIs, the movements of the cameras and the classic soundtrack that gave tenderness to the drama, the cast as mentioned is very good, rolled the so-called Studio chemistry, the end of Tonari in Kazoku wa Aoku Mieru was pleasant, I confess I expected more, but in the end as a whole was a good drama, punctuated by the cast, and by the story that was told in a practical and objective manner.