Best Japanese BL Dramas You Should Watch

I’ve written a few posts about the best BL series, but they’ve always focused on BL series from  Taiwan, China, and Thailand. To be honest, ranking these BL series was difficult because some of them are equally good. All of these series have been watched by me, and I strongly advise you to do so as well if you enjoy BL. If you believe there are other BL series that should be included on this list, please leave a comment below with the title. I’d want to hear your thoughts on the matter. It doesn’t matter how old you are, even if you are old enough to work in a Malaysian web design company. Here are some of the best Japanese BL dramas (in my opinion) you should watch especially on weekends!

 

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Kiyoshi Adachi, at the age of 30, is still a virgin and obtains a magical power. His magical ability allows him to read the minds of others simply by touching them. His power initially overwhelms him. His new magical talent is completely useless to him. When he unintentionally touches Yuichi Kurosawa and reads his mind, everything changes. Kiyoshi Adachi becomes Yuichi Kurosawa’s romantic interest. 

 

  • His

Shun and Nagisa, two high school classmates, met and fell in love during their freshman year. Years later, as Shun prepares to graduate from university, Nagisa informs him that he does not see a future with him. Despite Shun’s intense feelings, they decide to end their relationship. Shun now lives alone in a rural place, owning and operating his own store. But what happens if Nagisa shows back unexpectedly with his 6-year-old daughter, Sora, and Shun still has affection for him? Can Nagisa accept the feelings he knows have been there all along when they begin spending time together?

 

  • Life

Life – Love on the Line is a manga-based Japanese BL drama. The two main protagonists are high schoolers who meet for the first time while going home from school in unusual circumstances. This series follows their friendship over the next few years as they transfer to a university, the profession, and the responsibilities of adulthood. Despite its odd beginning, Life Love on the Line gradually grows into a charming and sensitive play with plenty of heartbreaking moments. The romance is presented in detail, taking me through the ups and downs of a gay couple’s emotional journey.

 

  • Restart After Come Back Home

For the first time in ten years, Mitsuomi Kozuka quits his career in Tokyo and returns to his hometown in the country. After he relocated to Tokyo and refused to take over the family business, his relationship with his father became strained. Mitsuomi Kozuka meets Yamato Kumai there. Yamato Kumai is the adoptive son of an elderly man named Kumai, who took him in after his parents left him like a baby in a park. The elderly man owns a farm near Mitsuomi Kozuka’s parents’ house.

Yamato persuades Mitsuomi to assist out on the farm, and their connection blossoms, transforming them both.