Mineko Bloom – A Japanese TV experience comes to Sri Lanka

The Independent Television Network (ITN) has begun telecasting Sinhala-dubbed version of the Japanese television series ‘Mineko Bloom’.

Follow the journey of Mineko, a 17-year-old girl from a rural village in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan, as she travels to Tokyo in 1964, the year of the first Tokyo Olympics, to find her missing father. Along with two childhood friends, she faces challenges and discovers new experiences in this gripping series, produced by NHK Television in Japan and supported by the Japan Foundation.

At the launch of the new series on February 6th, Japanese envoy to Sri Lanka, Ambassador MIZUKOSHI Hideaki, highlighted the impact that the Japanese TV series “Oshin” had on Sri Lanka many years ago. He expressed his confidence that the new series will have an even greater impact and inspire the Sri Lankan audience to embrace challenges and live life with a positive attitude.

The ITN has invited the viewers to experience this television series that started on February 13th, airing Monday to Friday at 6:00 pm

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