Tengoku Kara no Yell
is a 2011 Japanese drama film that was inspired by the true story of the late Hikaru Nakasone. Hikaru Nakasone is an Okinawan altruist who founded the "Ajisai Ongaku Mura", a music village that is open for all to use, and his story was featured in a NHK documentary broadcast in 2009. Actor Hiroshi Abe plays the role of Hikaru Oshiro, whose character is based closely on Nakasone. Actress and idol Nanami Sakuraba also stars in the film, playing the role of a student who aspires to be a singer and guitarist.
Hikaru Oshiro, noticing that there was a lack of music studios catering to high school students aspiring to become musicians, decided to build one studio under his bento shop. He allows high school students to use the studio for free, but he required them to be respectful and empathetic to others, and also do well academically in their schools.
|author||Masaya Ozaki, Kimiko Ueno|
|keywords||high school student music studio|
|musicBy||Nobuhiro Mitomo, Yūsuke Hayashi|
|producer||Yoshiko Makabe, Keiichi Shigematsu, Hirohisa Mukuju|
|productionCompany||Asmik Ace Entertainment Django Film|
|publisher||Asmik Ace Entertainment|