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24.5%
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8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
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About this title

Storyline

Daimon Michiko is a 37-year-old freelance surgeon who is part of a questionable "doctor placement service" that has her wander from hospital to hospital. The harsh environment at the hospitals led many doctors to retire from their positions, forcing hospitals to make use of said program to fill the empty spots at least temporary. However, Michiko doesn't look like a doctor at all with her flashy clothes and eccentric attitude.

Country: Japan

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: Japanese

Release Date: October 1, 2012

Also Known As: Doctor-X, 派遣女醫X |  See more »

Parents Guide: United States (Not Rated)

Genres

Plot Keywords

japan
surgeon
doctor
medical drama

Company Credits

Production Co: TV Asahi, The Works

Cast

Kayoko Kishimoto
as Torii Nanako
Akiko Ueda
Eiji Daitô
Tomorô Taguchi
as Narration
Kôtarô Yoshida
as Dr. Saionji
Sachi Funaki
Ayumu Yokoyama
Riisa Naka
Shûhei Uesugi
as Dr. Kurokawa
Jinta Nishizawa
Minosuke
Rumi Yonezawa
as Nurse
Nanao
Kazushige Komatsu
as Shiraki
Yuira Gotô
Yoshikazu Ebisu
Takashi Inoue
as Mejiro Kengo
Manabu Ino
as Kameyama
Hitomi Korenaga
as Secretary
Shirô Itô
as Busujima Ryunosuke
Yuriko Hoshi
Akinofu Suzuki
Katsuhisa Namase
as Dr. Kikawada
Mari Okawa
Noboru Kaneko
Hiroki Konno
Noboru Shibasaki
Nori Satô
Hajime Odagiri
Minori Terada
as Ninomiya Kinya
Shinshô Nakamaru
as Lawyer
Takayuki Tsubaki
Naomasa Musaka
as Musaka Motohiko
Mio Imada
as Masako Oma
Toshiya Inaba
Kaoru Okunuki
as Murata Kurumi's mother
Naoko Ohtani
Ken'ichi Endô
as Takashi Ebina/Dr. Ebina/Ebina Takashi
Kajiro Tanaka
Yuki Uchida
as Dr. Jônouchi/Hiromi Jonouchi/Jonouchi Hiromi
Philip Hersh
as Male Doctor/Parent/Reporter
Kinako Kobayashi
Jack Freeman
Sachie Hara
Tamao Akae
as Yoshinaga Mariko
Pinko Izumi
as Dr. Kubo
Ayumu Kato
Taira Imata
Kenji Sakamoto
Jun'ichi Kubozono
Kazuki Shimizu
as Tanaka Tatsuya
Hiroo Ôtaka
as Mizuno
Kyûsaku Shimada
Ryôta Yoshimitsu
Takahiro Yamamoto
as Itai
Kazuya Takahashi
Yûki Mashita
Shinobu Nakayama
Tsutomu Tsuji
Toshiya Tôyama
as Morishita
Shieri Ohata
Hiroaki Morooka
Masatô Ibu
Shingo Tsurumi
as Yotsuya Atsushi
Kin'ya Kitaôji
Kento Nagayama
as Dr. Nishiyama
Itsumi Yamamoto
Taiki Nakabayashi
as Dr. Arima
Brandon Francis
as Doctor
Shôzô Hayashiya
Aki Fujî
Hikaru Asada
as Henmi Takako
Amii
Mariko Akama
Mitsuhiro Sano
Inge Murata
as Victim of the accident.
Yoshiki Tano
Norikatsu Kodama
Salam Jagne
as Bob's father the Cruise Ship Sailor
Nenji Kobayashi
as Teshigawara
Ittoku Kishibe
as Akira Kanbara/Dr. Kambara/Kanbara Akira
Yuki Matsushita
Mako Tsunomura
Ichiro Murata
Tamaki Shirai
Kei Sunaga
Midoriko Kimura
as Yasuda Satoshi's wife
Kôsuke Suzuki
as Mamoru Hara/Dr. Hara/Hara Mamoru
Kanako Arikawa
Atsuko Fukuda
Naho Toda
Lisa Naitô
Yuichi Tsuchiya
Naoki Matayoshi
Tatsuo Endô
Isao Kusakari
Itsuki Sagara
Kazuyuki Asano
as Takano Naoki
Mikito Nakawaki
Mirai Yamamoto
as Mimura Torako
Joshua Walters
as American head surgeon
Naoki Sasahara
Romeo Thomas
as Bob First the son of a sailor
Jun Inoue
Charles Glover
Jill Beaufis
Seita Hosokawa
Shigeru Izumiya
as Kondo Rokusuke
Damien Palacios
as Basketball Player
Masakazu Azuhata
Tomoharu Hasegawa
as Dr. Akai
Ian Moore
as Professor Starkey
Kami Hiraiwa
as Hanayama Mitsue
Myeong-Ju
Kôichirô Sakai
Wakahiro Inukai
Karei Yamashita
Masako Miyaji
Hiroko Uchida
Marika Matsumoto
as Maria Nakayama
Ryoko Yonekura
Chikako Hara
Shigeru Muroi
as Terayama Kaneko
Yûki Yoshida
Daisuke Yamazaki
Masanobu Katsumura
as Hideki Kaji
Meikyô Yamada
as Yuhara
Mitsuru Hirata
Ken Miura
Kazuyuki Matsuzawa
Ikkei Watanabe
Ken Shônozaki
Yoneko Matsukane
Toshiyuki Nishida
as Dr. Hiruma/Shigekatsu Hiruma/Hiruma Shigekatsu
Anna Fujii
as Mai
Kei Tanaka
as Dr. Morimoto/Morimoto Hikaru
Takashi Matsuo
Yasuhiro Arai
as Yasuda Satoshi
Eiji Takigawa
as Dr. Manda
Moritatsu Ohshima
Walter Roberts
Toshihiro Fuyushiba
Taishi Masaoka
as Handa
Shun Kobayashi
Jenny Skidmore
Yûko Fueki
as Terui Tamao
Isao Tanabe
Daiki Kai
Tôru Nomaguchi
as Tsuruta
Miyu Honda
as Murata Kurumi
Atsuko Takahata
Ikkô Furuya
as Hachiya Shuzo
Tetsuya Igawa
Libby Brien
as Iwata/Reporter
Shinji Takeda
Shigeki Kiyono
Tadashi Shiraishi
Jiro Dan
Fuka Koshiba
as Gomi Kaori
Sayaka Fujioka
as Hiruma Yukako
Leon Shibli Ahmad
as Banhan Pahon Ponppa Uha Seina
Will Gluck
Shinnosuke Mitsushima
as Ayukawa
Teruyuki Ishii
Yôsuke Nishi
Kanji Tsuda
as Yagi Ryo
Shinichirô Uchida
Gaku Oshida
Michiko Shimizu
as Mari Hamachi
Haruhi Tsuchiya
Kazutaka Ishii
Shunsaku Yajima
Katsuhiro Shimamoto
Meisa Kuroki
Kei Yamamoto
Seiran Kobayashi
Shima Iwashita
Hiroshi Iwasaki
as Sontakun
Takuma Sasaki
Shûhei Nomura
as Dr. Ito
Kenji Kodama
Ryuichi Oyama
Blake Crawford
Kazuaki Hankai
as Nikaido Noboru
Ji-young Kang
Masahiro Kishibata
Yuichi Ito
Junki Tozuka
as Kohei Tako
Iku Hirokawa
Mao Daichi
Michiko Tanaka
as Secretary
Akira Nakao
Arata Saeki
Genpachi Ikenami
Tetsuya Bessho
as Kusakabe Mitsuhiko
Jun Iwamoto
Oji Osuga
as Shikai
Atsuko Shikata
Kenji Matsuda
as Shibata
Takashi Deguchi
Kyoko Hosono
Hitomi Takahashi
Kôji Yamamoto
as Hijikata Ikuya
Masao Kusakari
as Dr. Uchikanda
Kōsuke Suzuki
Nobuo Shimazaki
Koharu Kusumi
as Nurse
Kenjirô Ishimaru
as Soma
Yumi Shirakawa
as Asai Hisae
Hana Matsushima
Keita Kanegae
Daichi Watanabe
Ken'ichi Kobayashi
as Yasaku
Takeshi Kongôchi
Akari Ninomiya
as Gokita Saki
Shunsaku Kudô
Noa Manaka
Makita Sports
Ryôko Yonekura
as Daimon Michiko/Dr. Michiko Daimon/Michiko Daimon
Ryosei Konishi
Keiko Horiuchi
Mizuki Yamamoto
as Koike Rie
Takayuki Kinoshita
Tantan Hayashi
as Okumura Ai
Sei Hiraizumi
Hideki Komabashiri
Yoshiko Mita
as Mabuchi Kazuyo
Naotaka Kamino
Minoru Matsumoto
Yukiko Takabayashi
Erena Mizusawa
as Hashimoto Risa
Tamiyo Kusakari
as Minami
Yoshiko Nakada
Jun Shibuki
as Chiba Sonoko
Daimaô Kosaka
Sôryû Konno
Masamitsu Ichihashi
Yû Sawabe
Fude Sekiguchi
Shôtarô Mamiya
Ken'ichi Takitô
as Dr. Kitano
Yuriko Matsunaga
Kitarô
Mansaku Fuwa
as Ichinose Jiro
Takashi Kodama
Mariko Fuji
as Hiruma Hanako
Seiji Fukushi
as Kishida
Nocchi
Wei Hou
Hideki Nakano
Masahiro Noguchi
Charlotte Kate Fox
Izumi Furukawa
as Nurse
Ayaka Morita
Miyako Yamaguchi
as Ichinose Namiko
Takanori Jinnai
as Dr. Inomata
Yutaka Nagahata
Monami Sugimoto
Kôhei Ôtomo
Takashi Sasano
as Karasuma Kaneo
Yûsuke Santamaria
as Kazuma Ushio
Kiyoe Koiizuka
Raita Ryû
as Kubo
Shiki Endo
Shinji Rokkaku
as Uzawa Shin
Ryo Matsunoi
as Nurse
Yasunori Danta
as Dr. Torii/Torii Takashi
Ayako Imoto
Takeshi Masu
Koichi Fukui
Yukiko Koyanagi
Guin Poon Chaw
Naoki Otada
Hiroshi Ohkôchi
as Gomi Ichiro
Yusuke Umezawa
Masayuki Shida
as Higashimura Junichiro
Kazuyuki Tsumura
Soichi Kumaki
Yasushi Masaoka
as Tadashi handa
Shiro Arai
Saki Takaoka
Kôdai Matsumopto
Keijirô Shiga
Midori Kimura
Judy Ongg
Naohito Fujiki
as Kondo Shinobu
Shin'ya Kitô
as Kawakita Hiroshi
Shoichiro Nasu
Yumiko Shaku
as Shijo Rumiko

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1
Season 2
Season 3
Season 4
Season 5
Season 6

Awards

Awards & Nominations

Asian Television Awards 2018

Nominee

Asian Television Awards

Best Drama Series

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