Kurata Kenta lives with his father, Taichi, his mother, Keiko, and his younger sister, Nana in an isolated home in the suburbs. He works as an unpopular commercial designer. Kenta possesses a timid personality, which he picked up from his father. Kenta doesn't like his father. One day, while waiting for the train, Kenta warns a man who pushed a woman and cut in line. Kenta is surprised that he spoke out with his normally timid personality. After that incident, Kenta's family home is targeted by an unknown person with flowers from their garden being pulled out and the seat of a bicycle being torn. Also, Kenta's younger sister Nana is stalked by her ex-boyfriend. Kenta and his family try to find out who is responsible

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Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 2015-04-13

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Yōkoso, Wagaya e (ようこそ、わが家へ) is a Japanese television drama series based on the mystery novel by Jun Ikeido. The novel was previously adapted for NHK Radio 1 in 2014. It premiered on Fuji TV from 13 April 2015 on Mondays at 21:00. On average, it received a viewership rating of 12.5%, and the final episode recorded the highest rating of 15.0%. Masaki Aiba, who is a member of the Japanese idol group Arashi played the lead role for the first time in getsuku drama. Kasumi Arimura and Erika Sawajiri also appeared in a supporting role.

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