Yamada Taichi - Television Dramas and Movies



 

 

 2010's: 


       

"Five years alone" (Gonenme no Hitori)

November 19, 2016, TV Asahi

• The leading actor is a Hollywood star, Ken Watanabe.
2016 Arts Festival (Japanese Agency for Cultural Affaires Award in TV/Drama category- Performance Award

       

"The wondering knife" (Naifu no Yukue)

December 22, 2014, NHK

"Time never stops" (Toki wa Tachidomaranai)

 February 22, 2014, TV Asahi

  • 2013 The 51st Galaxy Awards – Performance Award - TV category
  • 2014 Broadcast Creators Award- Grand Prix Award
  • The 40th Hoso Bunka Foundation Award winner in TV drama category - Grand Prix Award
  • 2014 The Japan Commercial Broadcasters Award in TV drama category – Performance Award
  • MIPCOM Buyers' Award for Japanese Drama - Grand Prix Award 
  • 2014 Tokyo Drama Award in Single drama category - Best Picture Award
  • 2014 The 19th Asian Television Award (ATA) in Single Drama/TV Movie category - Grand Prix Award
  • 2014 Arts Festival (Japanese Agency for Cultural Affaires Award in TV/Drama category- Grand Prize Award

"Someone's song, My Song" (Yosono Uta Watashi no Uta)            (1 episode)

• Scheduled for May 2011 Fuji TV


    Tomawarino ame

"A Circuitous rain" (Toomawari no Ame) (1 episode)
March 27, NTV

• The leading actor is a Hollywood star, Ken Watanabe.
•  Tokyo Drama Award







  2000's: 


Arifureta Kiseki

"An Ordinary Miracle" (Arifureta Kiseki)  (11 episode)
January 08, 2009 Fuji TV
•  The theme song "Dreams Are More Precious" is performed by Irish singer Enya.
•  Tokyo Drama Awarad - Outstanding Award


Truth lie tequila

"The truth, lie and Tequila" (Honto to uso to tekira)  (1 episode)
 May 28, 2008 TV Tokyo
• The National Association of Commercial Broadcasters in Japan – Grand Prix Award

• The 11th Kikushima Ryuzo Award


Toi kunikara kitaotoko

"The Man Who Came from South America" (Tooi Kuni kara kita Otoko) (1 episode)
July 23, 2007 TBS


    Hoshi hitotsu no yoru

"The Night with a Lonely Star" (Hoshi Hitotsu no Yoru) (1 episode)
May 26, 2007 Fuji TV

• The leading actor is a Hollywood star, Ken Watanabe.

"I'm Not That Old" (Mada Sonna ni Fuketeinai) (1 episode)
January 27, 2007 TV Asahi



 

  Owari ni mita machi

"The Last Town We Saw – Apocalypse" (Owari Ni Mita Machi) (10 episodes)
December 3, 2005 TV Asahi





  Ikutsuka no Yoru

"Some Nights" (Ikutsuka no Yoru) (10 episodes)
October 15, 2005 TBS





"The Days After" (Sorekara no Hibi) (1 episode)
January 31, 2004 TV Asahi TV Asahi 45th Anniversary Special Drama
• The Broadcasting Cultural Fund Awards – Golden Prize
• The scenario can be found in "Drama (August, 2004)"

 

          Kogen he irasshai

"Welcome to the Highland - Remake version - " (Kougen he Irasshai)
(10 episodes) 
July ~ September 4, 2003 TBS






  Tabi no tochu de

 

"During the Trip"(Tabi No Tochuude) (1 episode)
October 26, 2002 CBC
• The Art Festival
• The scenario can be found in "Drama (November, 2002)"
• The National Association of Commercial Broadcasters in Japan – Outstanding Award

 

"I'm a fan of Hong Kong STAR" (Hong Kong Myojo mei) (1 episode)
September 4, 2002 TV Tokyo

 

       kimi wo miagete

 

"Looking up at you"(Kimi wo Miagete) (4 episode)
February 19 ~ March 12, 2002 NHK

 

"This Winter's Romance" (Kono Fuyu no Koi) (1 episode)
February 1, 2002 Fuji TV – Friday Entertainment 
The scenario can be found in "Drama (March, 2002)"

 

"Build a Little Bridge” (Chiisai Hashi wo Kakeru) (1 episode)
January 07, 2002 Mainichi Broadcast
• The National Association of Commercial Broadcasters in Japan – Grand Prix Award
• MBS Asia Awards – Commercial Award

 

      Asakusa Hanaoka Shashin kan

"Asakusa - Hanaoka Photo Studio" (Asakusa?Hanaoka Shashin Kan)
(1 episode) December 3, 2000 TBS BS
The scenario can be found in "Drama (December, 2000)"

 

"Reunion" (Saikai) (1 episode)
September 8, 2000 TBS, CBC
• The Art Festival – Excellent Work
The scenario can be found in "Drama (March, 2002)"

 

"Getting Off at the Small Station" (Chiisana Eki de Oriru) (1 episode)
April 12, 2000 TV Tokyo

 

"And My Friend…" (Soshite Tomo dachi) (1 episode)
January 8, 2000 TV Asahi - TV Asahi 40th Anniversary Special Drama

 

  1990's: 

 

"With a Departing Man" (Tabi datsu Hito to) (1 episode)
October 29, 1999 Fuji TV – Friday Entertainment
The scenario can be found in "Drama (December, 1999)"

 

"Spring Planet" (Haru no Wakusei) (1 episode)
April 2, 1999 TBS

 

“The Most Beautiful Times” (Ichiban Kirei na Toki) (1 episode)
January 23, 1999 NHK
• 1999 International Emmy Awards - Nomination (Drama series)

 

"It's All Right, My Friend" (Daijoubu desu Tomo yo) (1 episode)
November 13, 1998 Fuji TV
• The Art Festival – Excellent Work
The scenario can be found in "Drama (January, 1999)"

 

"Be the Wind, Fly Like a Bird” (Kaze ni Nare Tori ni Nare) (3 episodes)
February, 1998 NHK

 

"ldquo;The Way to Nara” (Nara he Ikumade) (1 episode)
February 26, 1998 TV Tokyo
• The National Association of Commercial Broadcasters in Japan – Grand Prix Award
The scenario can be found in "Drama (March, 1998)"

 

          Fuzoroi no Ringo tachi4

"Assorted Apples IV" (Fuzoroi no Ringo Tachi IV) (Season 4)
April 18, 1997 TBS

 

"Come to My House" (Ie ni Oideyo) (6 episodes)
October 2,1996 NHK

 

"The Bird Flies Home" (Tori Kaeru) (1 episode)
May 4, 1996 NHK

 

"Daddy’s Coming Home"  (Papa Kaeru) (1 episode)
January 4, 1996 TV Asahi

 

"Party of Summer" (Natsu no Ichizoku) (3 episodes)
September 16 ~ 30, 1995 NHK
The scenario can be found in "Drama (November, 1995)"

 

"The Photo’s Other Side" (Shashin no Ura) (1 episode)
May 8, 1995 TBS - TBS 40th Anniversary Special Program "Monday Drama Special" 
The scenario can be found in "Drama (May, 1995)"

 

"Sentimental Spring" (Setsunai Haru) (1 episode)
April 12, 1995 TV Tokyo - TV Tokyo 35th Anniversary Special Program "Taichi Yamada Special"
• The National Association of Commercial Broadcasters in Japan – Grand Prix Award
The scenario can be found in "Drama (November, 1995)"

 

          Aki no Ichizoku

"Party of Autumn" (Aki no Ichizoku) (3 episodes)
October 15 ~ 29, 1994 NHK
The scenario can be found in "Drama (June, 2003)"

 

"The Detective in Love" (Keiji no Koi) (1 episode)
April 7, 1994 TV Asahi - TV Asahi 35th Anniversary Special Program "Taichi Yamada Special"
• The National Association of Commercial Broadcasters in Japan – Grand Prix Award
The scenario can be found in "Drama (April, 1994)"

 

"I Miss Somebody" (Nandaka Hito ga Koishikute) (3 episodes)
March 19, 1994 NHK
• The 14th Japan Gaffer Guild Awards
The scenario can be found in "Drama (April, 1994)"


    Haruno ichizoku

"Party of Spring" (Haru no Ichizoku) (3 episodes)
April 17 ~ May 1, 1993 NHK
The scenario can be found in "Drama (July, 1993)"

 

"Sunflower on the Hill" (Oka no Ueno Himawari) (12 episodes)
April 11 ~ June 27, 1993 TBS - Toshiba Sunday Theater Drama Series 1st Series
Original Screenplay and Novel by Taichi Yamada

 

"The Station in Autumn" (Aki no Eki) (1 episode)
March 5, 1993 Fuji TV, Fukushima TV - Fukushima TV 30th Anniversary Special
• The 19th Broadcasting Cultural Fund Awards: 
Best Actress Award to Yoshiko Tanaka, Best Actor Award to Hiroshi Fuse
• The 20th Galaxy Awards – Premium Award

 

"The Father’s Requiem~ The Marine Lieutenant, Mr. Shinkichi Koizumi ~"
(Chichi no Chinkonka ~ Kaigun Shukei Shinkichi Koizumi) ~ (1 episode)
November 15, 1992 TBS – Toshiba Sunday Theater Special
Screenplay/Created by Taichi Yamada, Original Story by Shinzo Koizumi
The scenario can be found in "Bungei Shunju (October, 1992 issue)"

 

"Sorrow Fills My Heart" (Kanashikute Yarikirenai) (1 episode)
November 9, 1992 TBS
• The 29th Galaxy Awards – Nomination
The scenario can be found in "Drama (December, 1992)"


    Chiroru no banka

"Tyrolean Elegy" (Chiroru no Banka) (2 episodes)
April 11 & 18, 1992 NHK
• The 29th Galaxy Awards – Premium Prize
The scenario can be found in "Drama (May, 1992)"

 

"Hawaiian Wedding Song ~ in Maui ~" (Hawaiian Wedding Song ~ Maui no Omoide ~ ) (1 episode)
March 27, 1992 TBS - Taichi Yamada Special
The scenario can be found in "Drama (April, 1992 issue)"


"Winter Ever Since" (Sorekara no Fuyu) (1 episode)
December 1, 1991 TBS - Toshiba Sunday Theater
The scenario can be found in "Drama (January, 1992)"

         Fuzoroino ringo3

"Assorted Apples III" (Fuzoroi no Ringo Tachi III) (Season 3: 11 episodes)
1990 TBS
The scenario can be found in the book published by Magazine House

"Until We Get Married" (Kekkon Made) (1 episode)
November 7, 1990 NHK
The scenario can be found in "Drama (November, 1990)"


  1980's: 


"The Days I Dreamed of" (Yume ni Mita Hibi) (10 episodes)
October 19 ~ December 21, 1989 TV Asahi
The scenario can be found in the book "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 19)" published by Daiwa Shobou.


"Orange Sky" (Yuhi wo Abite) (3 episodes)
October 14 ~ 28, 1989 NHK
The scenario can be found in the book published by Japan Broadcast Association
Released on VHS by NHK Enterprise


"Until Spring Comes" (Haru made no Matsuri) (1 episode)
April 6, 1989 Fuji TV - Fuji TV 30th Anniversary Drama Special
The scenario can be found in "Drama (April, 1989 & June, 2003)"


"Love You So Much" (Anata ga Daisuki) (1 episode)
December 17, 1988 TBS 
The scenario can be found in the book "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 18)" published by Daiwa Shobou.


"The Passage to the Main Street" (Omote Dori e Nukeru Chizu) (2 episodes)
October 20 & 27, 1988 TV Asahi
• The National Association of Commercial Broadcasters in Japan– Grand Prix Award
The scenario can be found in "Drama (November, 1988)" and the book "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 18)" published by Daiwa Shobou.


"Jump" (Jump) (4 episodes)
September 5 ~ 8, 1988 TBS
Based on the stage play "Jump"


"Because I Want to Dream" (Yume wo Mitakute) (1 episode)
April 9, 1988 TV Asahi
The scenario can be found in "Drama (May, 1988)"


"Good Old Spring Has Come" (Natsukashii Haru ga Kita) (1 episode)
January 3, 1988 Fuji TV
The scenario can be found in the book "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 18)" published by Daiwa Shobou


"Manigon Bagong Taon" (Manigon Bagong Taon) (1 episode, 15 mins Mini Series) 1988 Fuji TV


  Kesa no Aki

"An Early Autumn" (Kesa no Aki) (1 episode)
November 28, 1987 NHK
• The 14th Broadcasting Cultural Fund Awards – Grand Prix
Released on VHS by NHK Enterprise

"Friends" (Tomodachi) (6 episodes)
April 18 ~ May 23, 1987 NHK
The scenario can be found in the book "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 13)" published by Daiwa Shobou


"Rebun Island" (Rebuntou) (1 episode)
December 21, 1986 NHK - "NHK Special & NHK Sapporo 30th Anniversary Drama"
The scenario can be found in "Drama (January, 1987)”


"Together Sometimes" (Toki ni ha Isshoni) (11 episodes)
October 16 ~ December 25, 1986 Fuji TV
The scenario can be found in the book "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 11)" published by Daiwa Shobou


"Late Night Salute" (Sinya ni Youkoso) (4 episodes)
June 13 ~ July 4, 1986 TBS
The scenario can be found in "Drama (July, 1986) and "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 13)" published by Daiwa Shobou


"Until I Grow Up" (Otona ni Narumade Gaman suru) (6 episodes)
April 11 ~ May 16, 1986 TBS
The scenario can be found in the book "Taichi Yamada Collection" published by Daiwa Shobou


    Shirts no mise

"The Tailor-Made Shirt" (Shatsu no Mise) (6 episodes)
January 11 ~ February 15, 1986 NHK
The scenario can be found in the book "Taichi Yamada Collection" published by Daiwa Shobou

"Autumn in Tokyo" (Tokyo no Aki) (2 episodes)
November 10 & 17, 1985 TBS - Toshiba Sunday Theater
The scenario can be found in "Drama (November, 1985) and "Tokyo no Aki" published by Line Book


"Love Me a Little…" (Chotto Aishite...) (1 episode)
April 7, 1985 Nihon TV
The scenario can be found in "Drama (June, 2003) and the book "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 1)" published by Daiwa Shobou
** This is Yamada’s favorite work**


    Fuyugamae

 

"When Winter Comes" (Fuyu Gamae) (1 episode)
March 30, 1985 NHK
• The 22nd Prague International Television Festival – Best Director
• The 25th Japan Television Technical Awards – Best Cinematography
The scenario can be found in "Annual TV Drama Top Best Collection (1986)" and "Taichi Yamada Collection" published by Daiwa Shobou
Released on VHS by NHK Enterprise

         Fuzoroino ringo2

"Assorted Apples II" (Fuzoroi no Ringo Tachi II) (Season 2: 13 episodes)
March 15 ~ June 7, 1985 TBS
The scenario can be found in the book "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 17)" published by Daiwa Shobou, Shinchoubunko

"The Teachers’ Room" (Kyouin Shitsu) (1 episode)
September 24, 1984 NHK
Stage play by Chijin-kai in October, 1985
The scenario can be found in "Drama (October, 1984) and the book "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 1)" published by Daiwa Shobou


"The Scent of Midnight" (Mayonaka no Nioi) (13 episodes)
May 18 ~ August 10, 1984 Fuji TV
• The 17th Annual Television Awards – Individual Award to Ryuzo Hayashi as Best Actor
The scenario can be found in the book "Taichi Yamada Collection" published by Daiwa Shobou


"I Want to Shine" (Kagayakitaino) (4 episodes)
May 9 ~ 30, 1984 TBS
The scenario can be found in the book "Taichi Yamada Collection" published by Daiwa Shobou


"Out of the East” (Nihon no Omokage) (4 episodes)
March 3 ~ 24, 1984 NHK - "Drama Special"
• The 21st Galaxy Awards – Grand Prix
• The 17th Annual Television Awards – Best TV Show
• The 2nd Kuniko Mukouda Awards – Awarded to Yamada Taichi
Stage play by Chijin-kai in April,1993; May, 1996; October, 2001 in London and Dublin.
Released at the Library of Broadcasting
The scenario can be found in the book "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 14)" published by Daiwa Shobou, Iwanami Gendaibunko


"Enka" (Enka) (1 episode)
January 15, 1984 TBS, RKB - Toshiba Sunday Theater
Remake of "Back to Being Us Again" Mata Futari ni Naru Hi in 1974
The scenario can be found in "Drama (January, 1984)”


"The Last Voyage ~ The Retirement of a Boatswain"
(Saigo no Koukai ~ Aru Kanpan-cho no Taishoku ~ ) (1 episode)
Sapporo TV 25th Anniversary/Nihon TV 30th Anniversary Program
The scenario can be found in the book "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 1)" published by Daiwa Shobou


  Fuzoroi 1

"Assorted Apples" (Fuzoroi no Ringo Tachi) (Season 1: 10 episodes)
May 27 ~ July 29, 1983 TBS
• The 16th Annual Television Awards – Best TV Show
• Comic Book by Jun Watabe, published by Shueisha in July, 1986
Released at the Library of Broadcasting (episode 1 only)
The scenario can be found in the book "Taichi Yamada Collection" published by Daiwa Shobou and "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 16)" published by Shinchoubunko


"At Dusk” (Yugure te) (6 episodes)
January 16 ~ February 20, 1983 NHK
• The 16th Annual Television Awards – Best TV Show 
• The 20th Galaxy Awards – Premium Prize to the leading actress, Ms. Keiko Kishi
Released at the Library of Broadcasting (episode 1 only)
The scenario can be found in the book "Taichi Yamada Collection" published by Daiwa Shobou


        Soshun sketchboook

"Sketch Book of Early Spring" (Soushun Sketch Book) (12 episodes)
January 7 ~ March 25, 1983 Fuji TV
The scenario can be found in the book "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 15)" published by Daiwa Shobou, a softcover book published by Shinchousha , and a softcoverbook published by Shinfuusha 
Stage play by Chijin-kai
Released on DVD by Fuji TV


"The Day the Season Changes" (Kisetsu ga Kawaru Hi) (1 episode)
November 4, 1982 Nihon TV
The scenario can be found in "The Day the Season Changes Kisetsu ga Kawaru Hi" published by Daiwa Shobou


             Nagaraeba

"When We are Old" (Nagaraeba) (1 episode)
November 3, 1982 NHK (Nagoya)
• The 37th Art Festival – Excellent Work 
• The 10th Broadcasting Cultural Fund Awards - Grand Prix
• The 32nd Monte Carlo International Television Festival – Golden Ninf Prize (Best Director)
Released at the Library of Broadcasting
The scenario can be found in "Annual TV Drama Top Best Collection (1983)" and "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 1)" published by Daiwa Shobou
Released on VHS by NHK Software


"The Three Days" (Mikkakan) (1 episode)
October 10, 1982 TBS
The scenario can be found in "The Day the Season Changes Kisetsu ga Kawaru
Hi" published by Daiwa Shobou


"The Last Town We Saw – Apocalypse" (Owari ni Mita Machi) (1 episode)
August 16, 1982 TV Asahi
Original Screenplay by Taichi Yamada (published by Chuoukourinsha)
• The 15th Annual Television Awards – Best TV Show
• The Art Festival
Released at the Library of Broadcasting
The scenario can be found in "Drama (August, 1982 )," "Annual Best TV Show (1982)," and in the book "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 1)" published by Daiwa Shobou
Stage play by Zenshin-za


          Otokotachi no tabiji 1

 

"The Roads Men Travel" (Otokotachi no Tabiji) (1 special episode "The Battlefield in the Distance Senjou ha Haruka ni Narite”) February 13, 1982 NHK
• The 9th Broadcasting Cultural Fund Awards - Premium Award
Released at the Library of Broadcasting
Released on DVD by NHK Enterprise

          Taxi samba

"Taxi Driver" (Taxi Sanba) (3 episodes)
October 17 ~ 31, 1981 NHK
The Prague International Television Festival - Best Cinematography (TV Drama Series)
Released at the Library of Broadcasting (episode 3 only)

February 28 ~ March 13, 1976 NHK – Saturday Drama “Taichi Yamada Series”
• The 14th Annual Galaxy Awards – Premium Award
The scenario can be found in "Annual TV Drama Top Best Selection (1976)"
The book published by Japan Broadcast Press Association (Nihon Housou Shuppan Kyoukai) 
Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 3) published by Daiwa Shobou
Released on VHS/DVD by NHK Enterprise

 

    Omoide zukuri

"Precious Moments" (Omoide Zukuri) (14 episodes)
September 18 ~ December 25, 1981 TBS
• The 14th Annual Television Awards – Best TV Show
Released at the Library of Broadcasting (episode 1 only)
The scenario can be found in the book "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 12)" published by Daiwa Shobou
Released on VHS by TBS


"My Father and His Subway" (Oto-san no Chikatetsu) (1 episode)
August 9, 1981 TBS, RKB - Toshiba Sunday Theater
The scenario can be found in "Drama (August, 1981)"


"Afternoon Departure" (Gogo no Tabidachi) (14 episodes)
January 12 ~ April 27, 1981 TV Asahi
The scenario can be found in "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 5)" published by Daiwa Shobou


    Shishi no jidai

 

"Lion Age ~Rapid Change of the Meiji Restoration~" (Shishi no Jidai) 
(51 episodes) January 6 ~ December 21, 1980 NHK – Taiga Drama
• The 13th Annual Television Awards – Best TV Show
The scenario can be found in the book (volume 1~5) published by Education Hymnography Press Association (Kyouiku Shiryou Shuppan Kai)
Released on DVD/VHS by NHK Enterprise

         Otokotachi no tabiji 4

 

"The Roads Men Travel" (Otokotachi no Tabiji) (Season 4: Episode 1 "Drifting Iceberg Ryuhyou," Episode 2 "The Dark Side Kage no Ryouiki," Episode 3 "Wheelchair Sharin no Ippo") November 10 ~ 24, 1979 NHK
The scenario can be found in "Annual TV Drama Top Best Selection (1980)" (only episode 3), "Best Collection" published by Japan Broadcast Press Association (Nihon Housou Shuppan Kyoukai), and "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 4)" published by Daiwa Shobou
Released on DVD by NHK Enterprise


    America monogatari

"American Story" (America Monogatari) (4 episodes)

October 16 ~ 19, 1979 NHK - "NHK Special"
• The 12th Annual Television Awards – Best TV Show
• The 34th Art Festival – Excellent Work (for Episode 3)
Released at the Library of Broadcasting (episode 3 only)
The scenario can be found in the book published by Japan Broadcast Association (Nihon Housou Kyoukai) and "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 7)" published by Daiwa Shobou
Released on VHS by NHK Enterprise


"Tokyo Suburbia" (Ensen Chizu) (15 episodes)
April 13 ~ July 20, 1979 TBS
Release d at the Library of Broadcasting (episode 1 only) 
The scenario can be found in "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 6)" published by Daiwa Shobou


"Neighborhood of Ueno Station" (Ueno Eki Shuuhen) (10 episodes, total of 2 weeks) August 14 ~ 25, 1978 NHK - "Ginga TV Shousetsu Furusato Series"
The scenario can be found in "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 10)" published by Daiwa Shobou


"Neighborhood of “Happy” Station" (Koufuku Eki Shuuhen) 
(10 episodes, total 2 weeks) 
July 31 ~ August 11, 1978 NHK - "Ginga TV Shousetsu Furusato Series"
The scenario can be found in "Neighborhood of “Happy” Station/Neighborhood of Ueno Station Koufuku Eki Shuuhen ? Ueno Eki Shuuhen” by Drama Kan


"Don't You Want to Dream in the Green Field?" (Midori no Yume wo Mimasenka?) (13 episodes)       June 26 ~ September 18, 1978 TV Asahi
The scenario can be found in a book published by Daiwa Shobou


          Otokotachino tabiji3

"The Roads Men Travel" (Otokotachi no Tabiji) (Season 3: Episode 1 "Priority Seat Silver Seat," Episode 2 "The Grave Island Hakaba no Shima," Episode 3 "Good-bye Betsuri") November 12 ~ December 3, 1977 NHK
• The 32nd Annual Art Festival - Grand Prix (for Episode 1)
The scenario can be found in "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 4)" published by Daiwa Shobou and a book published by Japan Broadcast Press Association (Nihon Housou Shuppan Kyoukai)
Released on DVD/VHS by NHK Enterprise


"Rose is My Color Now" (Ima ha Bara Iro ga Suki) (26 episodes)
October 13, 1977 ~ April 6, 1978 Nihon TV, YTV


"The Glow of Summer Grass" (Natsukusa no Kagayaki) (10 episodes, 20 mins per episode, total of 2 weeks) August 8 ~ 19, 1977 NHK – Ginga TV Shousetsu


  kishibe no album

"The Album on the Shore" (Kishibe no Album) (15 episodes)
June 24 ~ September 30, 1977 TBS
• The 10th Annual Television Awards – Grand Prix
• The 15th Annual Galaxy Awards – The 30th Anniversary Memorial Award
Released at the Library of Broadcasting (the final episode only) 
The scenario can be found in "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 2)" published by Daiwa Shobou


           Otokotachi no tabiji2

"The Roads Men Travel" (Otokotachi no Tabiji) (Season 2: Episode 1 "Junkyard Haisha Okiba," Episode 2 "Winter Tree Fuyu no Ki," Episode 3 "The Way to Kushiro Kushiro made")
February 5 ~ 19, 1977 NHK - Saturday Drama “Taichi Yamada Series"
The scenario can be found in "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 3)" published by Daiwa Shobou
The book published by Japan Broadcast Press Association (Nihon Housou Shuppan Kyoukai)


"Summer Hometown" (Natsu no Furusato) (10 episodes, 20 mins per episode, total 2 weeks)
August 9 ~ 20, 1976 NHK – Ginga TV Shousetsu
The scenario can be found in "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 10)" published by Daiwa Shobou


"The Song of the Cherry Blossoms" (Sakura no Uta) (26 episodes)
May 19 ~ November 10, 1976 TBS
The scenario can be found in "Taichi Yamada Collection (Volume 8 & 9)" published by Daiwa Shobou


  Kogen he irasshai

"Welcome to the Highland" (Kougen he Irasshai) (17 episodes)
March 25 ~ July 15, 1973 TBS
Remade on July, 2003 ~

"My Grandma’s Marriage" (Oba-chan no Kekkon) (1 episode)
February 29, 1976 TBS, RKB - Toshiba Sunday Theater


           Otokotachi no tabiji

"The Roads Men Travel" (Otokotachi no Tabiji) (Season 1: Episode 1 "Emergency Stairs Hijou Kaidan," Episode 2 "Trolley Car Romen Densha," Episode 3 "Hunting Gun Ryoujuu")


"Premarital Trip" (Konzen Ryokou) (1 episode)
January 9, 1976 TBS


"The Tempting Trip" (Tabi he no Izanai) (13 episodes)
October 16, 1975 ~ January 8, 1976 TBS – Keisuke Kinoshita Hour “Ningen no Uta Series”


"My Dear Song of the Ocean" (Natsukashiki Umi no Uta) (1 episode)
September 21, 1975 TBS, HBO
The scenario can be found in "Annual TV Drama Top Best Selection (1976)" and "Drama (June, 1983)"


"The Last Day" (Owari no Ichinichi) (1 episode)
September 7, 1975 TBS, HBC - Toshiba Sunday Theater
The scenario can be found in "Drama (June, 1983)"


"The Other Spring" (Mou Hitotsu no Haru) (13 episodes)
April 3 ~ June 26, 1975 TBS – Keisuke Kinoshita Hour “Ningen no Uta Series”


"The Secret" (Himitsu) (1 episode)
March 30, 1975 TBS, HBC - Toshiba Sunday Theater
The scenario can be found in "Drama (June, 1983)"


"Uneventful Life of Mr. Eburi Man" (Eburi Man-shi no Yuugana Seikatsu) 
(10 episodes, 20 mins per episode, total 21 weeks)
1975 NHK - Ginga TV Shosetsu
Screenplay by Taichi Yamada, Original Story by Hitomi Yamaguchi


"Back to Being Us Again" (Mata Futari ni Naru Hi) (1 episode)
December 15, 1974 TBS, RKB - Toshiba Sunday Theater
Remade as "Enka" in January, 1984 
The scenario can be found in "Drama (June, 1983)"


"Hanging by a Thread" (Fuuzen no Tomoshibi) (1 episode)
August 25, 1974 TBS - Toshiba Sunday Theater
Screenplay by Taichi Yamada, Original Story by Keisuke Kinoshita (Movie)


"Midnight Words" (Mayonaka no Aisatsu) (1 episode)
August 11, 1974 TBS
• The 29th Art Festival – Grand Prix
Released at the Library of Broadcasting
The scenario can be found in "Annual TV Drama Top Best Selection (1975)"


"Floral Forest Plateau" (Hana no Mori Daichi) (14 episodes)
July 1 ~ September 30, 1974 Nihon TV, YTV


"Keep Up!" (Yoish) (26 episodes)
June 7 ~ November 29, 1974 TBS


"Matchmaking" (Enmusubi) (1 episode)
June 2, 1974 TBS - Toshiba Sunday Theater


"Barely Spring at Home" (Asaki Haru no Sato) (1 episode)
March 17, 1974 TBS - Toshiba Sunday Theater "The 900th Episode of the Furusato Series," CBC
Produced by Nagoya CBC


"Weather Man in Okinawa" (Kaze no Ushuumae) (20 episodes, total 4 weeks)
March 4 ~ 29, 1974 NHK – Ginga TV Shousetsu
Screenplay by Taichi Yamada, Original Story by Tatsuhiro Oshiro


"A Ticket to Kasugabaru Station" (Kasugabaru made Ichimai) (1 episode) 
February 17, 1974 TBS, RKB - Toshiba Sunday Theater


"Summer Days Across the River" (Kawa wo Watatta ano Natsu no Hibi) (1 episode)
October 26, 1973 NHK
• The 28th Art Festival – Excellent Work 
• The 11th Annual Prague International Television Festival - Best Actor Award to Mr. Kou Nishimura
The scenario can be found in "Annual TV Drama Top Best Selection (1974)"


"Pieces of Autumn" (Sorezore no Aki) (15 episodes)
September 6 ~ December 13, 1973 TBS – Keisuke Kinoshita Hour “Ningen no Uta Series”
• The 6th Annual Television Awards – Grand Prix
• The 11th Galaxy Awards
• The 14th Japan Screenwriters Guild Awards - Best TV Show
• The Association of Broadcast Critics Awards - Best of the Year


"Living Together" (Dousei Jidai) (1 episode) 
1971 TBS
Screenplay by Taichi Yamada, Original Story by Kazuo Uemura (Comic Book)


"Deeper than Indigo" (Ai yori Aoku) (312 episodes, total 52 weeks)
April 3, 1972 ~ March 31, 1973 NHK – The Series of TV Stories
Original Story and Screenplay by Taichi Yamada
Novel published by Chuokouronsha in August, 1972 & January, 1973
Film produced by Shochiku Studios in February, 1973
Stage play by Meiji-za in April, 1973


"If a Spring Breeze Blows" (Harukaze Fukeba) (1 episode)
March 5, 1972 TBS, RKB - Toshiba Sunday Theater


"The Others" (Shiranai Doshi) (19 episodes)
February 24 ~ June 29, 1972 TBS
Original Story and Screenplay by Taichi Yamada


"My Big Mama" (Dekkai Ka-chan) (4 episodes)
January 3 ~ 24, 1972 Fuji TV


"Mom’s Shoulders" (Tan Ton Ton) (26 episodes)
June 1 ~ November 30, 1971 TBS - Keisuke Kinoshita Hour


"World of Two" (Futari no Sekai) (26 episodes)
December 1, 1970 ~ May 25, 1971 TBS - Keisuke Kinoshita Hour 8


"My Yellow Sandal" (Kiiroi Sandaru) (1 episode) 
August 23, 1970 TBS - Toshiba Sunday Theater
Screenplay by Taichi Yamada, Original Story by Aiko Sato


"Story of Yakuza in Naniwa" (Niwaka Naniwa Yuukyodenn) (13 episodes) 
1970 TBS – “Ningen no Uta Series”
Screenplay by Taichi Yamada, Original Story by Ryotaro Shiba


 

  1960's: 

 

"Brother" (Kyoudai) (26 episodes)
October 21, 1969 ~ April 14, 1970 TBS - Keisuke Kinoshita Hour 6


"A Bread and My Dream" (Pan to Akogare) 
(156 episodes, 20 mins per episode, total 26 weeks)
March 31 ~ September 27, 1969 TBS
Original Story and Screenplay by Taichi Yamada
Comic Book “The Cloud of Yearning” published by Koudansha
• The 2nd Annual Television Awards – Best TV Show


"Family of Three" (San nin Kazoku) (26 episodes)
October 15, 1968 ~ April 15, 1969 TBS - Keisuke Kinoshita Hour 4
Original Story and Screenplay by Taichi Yamada


"Ahh…Our War Song" (Aah Gunka) (1 episode)
December 10, 1967 TBS - "Bear not to cry! ~ Kiyoshi Atsumi Series”


"The Woman and Katana" (Onna to Katana) (26 episodes)
April 18 ~ October 10, 1967 TBS - Keisuke Kinoshita Hour 1
Screenplay by Taichi Yamada, Original Story by Kiiko Nakamura


"Our Sakura Tree Memorial" (Kinenju) (46 episodes)
April 5, 1966 ~ February 14, 1967 TBS - Keisuke Kinoshita Theater
• The 9th Youth Social Cultural Awards - Winner


"The Torn TAIKO" (Yabure Taiko) (1 episode "Stubborn Dad")
July 17, 1965 NHK


"Not Quite Spring Yet" (Mada Samui Haru) (4 episodes)
February 2 ~ 23, 1965 TBS - Keisuke Kinoshita Theater