Bokura Wa Kiseki De Dekite Iru is a feel-good Japanese drama that also can help to influence your perspective on life.
Bokura Wa Kiseki De Dekite Iru is about a college professor named Aikawa Kazuki. Kazuki is much different from traditional professors, both in terms of personality and teaching style. Kazuki is a bit of an eccentric character, and I think in the real world he would be described as socially awkward. Kazuki is different from most people in society because he doesn’t really care about what other people think of him; instead, all Kazuki really cares about is nature and observing the world around him.
At first, Kazuki struggles to interact with both other professors as well as his students. Although he clearly has a passion for biology, he is unable to pass on this passion to those around him. As time goes on though, Kazuki’s passion begins to spread to those around him, and he is able to show those around him the beauty of nature. As his teaching skills improve, so do his social skills. He becomes slightly more adept at interacting with others, and he becomes a very popular figure on campus and with those he meets.
I think by watching this drama you can learn a lot from Kazuki, and the actor, Takahashi Issei, does a phenomenal job of playing Kazuki. The drama as a whole is also very interesting (and it ends in a bit of an untraditional way), and I thoroughly enjoyed watching all of it!
Bokura Wa Kiseki De Dekite Iru Recommendation Rating: 4.5
1: Something worth checking out if you have time
2: Something that is a hit for some people, but not a must for everyone
3: Something worth prioritizing if interested
4: Something worth making time to check out
5: An absolute home run, worth going out of your way for