On 21st September 2022, Prime Video Japan delivered the official trailer and key art for Modern Love Tokyo, a Japanese variation of Prime Video’s Unique, heartfelt treasury series Modern Love. The series will soon debut solely on Prime Video in more than 240 nations and domains worldwide.
The series follows the “way” of the already aired American treasury series Modern Love, also directed by the stage. The thought is that every episode recounts a story with a start, center, and end, which take “Love” as a focal subject and are addressed in various ways.
Modern Love Tokyo will portray the variety of affection and the connections between exceptional individuals to the cutting-edge age, including matching app experiences and senior Love that rises above borders.
About Modern Love Tokyo
The well-known series Modern Love was released around 2019, and the profoundly expected season 2 started in 2021. Modern Love is rebooted with another look, another setting in Tokyo, and another cast and makers addressing Japan.
Like the original Modern Love, Modern Love Tokyo depends on a section of the very title that showed up in The New York Times. This time, to make the story more natural to the Japanese crowd in Tokyo, new articles reasonable for variation were chosen and performed.
Modern Love Tokyo will be a seven-episode rom-com collection series, one of the seven episodes of which will be animated. Every story, which portrays different types of affection in various expressive ways, will bring giggling and tears and move individuals’ hearts all over.
About Modern Love Tokyo Cast & Characters
Along with Asami Mizukawa, Hiromi Nagasaku, Yûsuke Santamaria, Sôsuke Ikematsu, and Naomi Scott, Modern Love also stars Atsuko Maeda, Nana Eikura, Tasuku Emoto, Ran Itô, Ryo Ishibashi, Ryô Narita, and Kaho. Haru Kuroki and Masataka Kubota are people who are joining the show as voice cast for Episode Seven.
Kiyoshi Kurosawa (Wife of a Spy), Ryûichi Hiroki (Ride or Die), Nobuhiro Yamashita (Matsugane Ransha Jiken), Naoko Ogigami (Close-Knit), Atsuko Hirayanagi (Oh Lucy!) and Naoko Yamada (A Silent Voice: The Movie) is directing the seven-episode series.
Yamada’s “Kare ga Kanaderu Futari no Shirabe (The music for the two played by him)” short is the only and the last anime episode which will mark the ending of Modern Day Tokyo with Haru Kuroki (Mirai Ota in Mirai) and Masataka Kubota (Ken Kaneki in the Tokyo Ghoul live-action films) as the two lead characters.
Modern Love Tokyo Episode 1 Overview
Modern Love Tokyo, Episode 1: “Nursing My Son, and Some Grievances” Mari is a working lady who is trying to find business success and is an extraordinary mother to her 3-month-old child. Mari avouch breastfeeding her kid, as she suspects it is one of the main shows of adoration for a mother to her child.
Nonetheless, whenever the opportunity to go to a significant meeting in Singapore comes up, her aim to breastfeed her kid is tested. The episode stars Asami Mizukawa and Atsuko Maeda and is Written and Directed by Atsuko Hirayanagi.
Modern Love Tokyo Trailer
Amazon Prime Video released the official trailer for the Japanese translation of the Modern Love surprisingly realistic compilation series, Modern Love Tokyo, which also includes an anime episode coordinated by ex-Kyoto Animation director Naoko Yamada, who has since helmed The Heike Story after leaving KyoAni. The trailer highlights pieces of the affection felt in the episode alongside the other six live-action episodes.
Modern Love Tokyo Episode 1 Release Date
The Modern Love Tokyo Episode 1 will be released on 21st October 2022. To ensure you don’t miss the new episode, make sure to write in your timetable the time and date from the following list of some local time areas:
- Friday, 21st October 2022, Episode 1 will be released at 8:30 pm in Japan (JST),
- Friday, 21st October 2022, Episode 1 will be released at 6:30 pm Central Time (US & Canada),
- Friday, 21st October 2022, Episode 1 will be released at 7:30 am Eastern Time (US & Canada), and
- Friday, 21st October 2022, Episode 1 will be released at 5:00 pm in New Delhi (IST)
Modern Love Tokyo Episode 1 Where to watch
You can watch Episode 1 of Modern Love Tokyo exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. You can also watch the show on DisneyPlus, HBO Max, Apple TV, Paramount Plus, and other streaming services.