Article: Top 10 Intimate Acts At Unfamiliar Sites In Japanese Flicks

The intimate scenes described in the Asian entertainment industry differ significantly from those depicted in the Western entertainment industry, though the gap is closing with each passing day. In the Japanese entertainment industry, too, intimate scenes differ from those in the Western entertainment industry. So here are some Intimate Acts in Unfamiliar Locations in Japanese Films.

1. Koizora

Koizora, also known as Sky of Love, is a 2007 Japanese romantic movie. The lead actors are Haruma Miura and Yui Aragaki. This movie has a very moving storyline, and the two actors’ performances were excellent. The two lead actors in this movie were required to kiss on-screen as if they were in a classroom.

2. Todome no Kiss

Todome no Kiss, also known as Kiss That Kills, is a 2018 mystery romance drama television series. This series’ cast includes Kento Yamazaki, Mackenyu, Mugi Kadowaki, Masaki Suda, Jun Shison, and others. The plotline is justified by the title of this series! The actors in the series have several kissing scenes, including one inside the water, which is unusual.

3. Hana Yori Dango

Hana Yori Dango is a 2005 Japanese romantic teen drama series. Boys Over Flower is the basis for this series. The manga has been adapted into television series in several countries, including F4 Thailand’s Boys Over Flowers and Boys Over Flowers in South Korea. This series, too, has a few intimate scenes between the actors in unusual locations.

4. I Give My First Love To You

In 2009, the movie was released. This movie has one of the saddest plotlines that will break your heart. The movie stars Mao Inoue and Masaki Okada in the lead roles; their characters in the movie were required by the script to kiss each other.

5. Drowning Love

Drowning Love is a 2016 Japanese movie about a romantic slice of life. Nana Komatsu and Masaki Suda, a real-life newlywed couple, play the lead roles in the movie. In the movie, the two actors were forced to kiss.

6. L.DK

L.DK is a romantic comedy movie from Japan. The cast of this movie contributed to its international success, as Kento Yamazaki has a large fan base both domestically and internationally. Aoi Nishimori’s parents relocated for work, but Aoi refused to transfer to a new high school. She stays behind and lives alone in an apartment. Shusei Kugayama moves into the apartment next to Aoi’s.

7. Itazura Na Kiss

This 2013 Japanese romantic comedy-drama aired. Itazura Na Kiss is the manga that inspired the series. Itazura Na Kiss had already been adapted several times, with South Korea’s Playful Kiss being the most popular. It stars Honoka Miki and Yuki Furukawa in the lead roles; the two actors had several intimate scenes that the audience enjoyed.

8. My Tomorrow, Your Yesterday

My Tomorrow, Your Yesterday is a Japanese romantic movie. This movie is a tearjerker with a unique plot. The two lead actors, Nana Komatsu, and Sota Fukushi had intimate kissing scenes in the movie. These two Japanese actors had fantastic on-screen chemistry, which the audience adored.

9. Close Range

Close Range Love is a 2014 romantic Japanese movie based on a manga series of the same name. The story revolves around a girl who struggles to express her emotions and falls in love with her teacher. The script required the two lead actors of this movie, Tomohisa Yamashita and Nana Komatsu, to share a kiss.

10. Coffee & Vanilla

Coffee & Vanilla is a 2019 Japanese drama series that aired. The drama is based on the same-named manga series. Dori Sakurada and Haruka Fukuhara, the lead actors in this drama, had several kissing scenes in this series.