Food Fight (Japanese Drama) Food Fight Episode 1
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Film Date :   2000-Jul
Genre :   Human Drama Food   
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Food Fight (Japanese Drama)


  • Title: フードファイト
  • Title (english): Food fight
  • Also known as: Food Frenzy
  • Genre: Food / Human drama
  • Episodes: 11 + 2 Special
  • Broadcast network: NTV
  • Broadcast period: 2000-Jul-01 to 2000-Sep-30
    • Specials: 2001-Apr-01 & 2001-Sep-29
  • Air time: Saturday 21:00
  • Theme song:  Lion Heart by SMAP


After growing up in an orphanage, Mitsuru Ihara started working as a custodian at a large food producer. The pleasant, kind Ihara often visits his former home, pretending to be an important business man, not the blue-collar cleaner that he really is. But there's another, bigger secret: He is the reigning champion in an underground eating competition held at the company. In it, two contestants battle to see which can pack away more food within a time limit. The noble Ihara, with nine consecutive wins, always donates the money anonymously to his orphanage. The circumstances surrounding his victories, however, are often surprising and usually unusual. --NTV

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