Sakaki Ryo is a young man in the outskirts of Tokyo and has experienced a series of setbacks in life - such as giving up his childhood dreams of playing soccer and being unable to settle into a job. One day, his best friend Eitaro tells, the number-one host of a Roppongi club. Wanting to help out Eitaro, Ryo heads to Roppongi with him to try to settle the matter. After the arrogant Renjo issues Ryo a challenge, Ryo enters the world of the nightlife in an effort to compete against Renjo as a host. --Tokyograph
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I find this purely an inspirational piece with just the right amount of episodes and episode length.
The only unfortunate thing about it is the occasional poor acting and a few badly made scenes.
The series is very much so straight to the point so if you are looking for something more emotionally engaging this is not for you. But if you are looking for something that shows you hope and might strenghten your resolve this is definitely a good pick.
Earielr, I've watched Jotei and I have to say that it was much better. It seems the both dramas are comparable, because they concerns Host Club. I'm sure that if the main character opened a male cabaret, the all story would be more interesting.