J-actress Asina Sei and Veteran Actor Fujiki Takashi Commit Suicide in Same Week, Third Cast Member of Bloody Monday after Miura Haruma’s Passing Two Months Ago

At this point, I suggest J-ent send bodyguards and mental health professionals over to keep Sato Takeru and Matsushige Yutaka safe because three stars who have worked in the J-dorama Bloody Monday are joined together in a terrible coincidence of taking their own lives. In the past week, two more cast members from that 2008 dorama have passed away, both from suicide the same as male lead Miura Haruma. Supporting actress Asina Sei killed herself on September 14th at 36 years old and now veteran Fujiki Takashi was found to have committed suicide on September 20th at the age of 80. I’m sure it’s all just the worst kind of coincidence but the sad news keeps coming and I feel so hopeless and helpless when I hear of a suicide. Rest of peace to these two J-stars and my condolences to their family and friends.


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J-actress Asina Sei and Veteran Actor Fujiki Takashi Commit Suicide in Same Week, Third Cast Member of Bloody Monday after Miura Haruma’s Passing Two Months Ago — 10 Comments

  1. Please do not scare me off on Sato Takeru. I love him so much. I hope everyone doing well. Mental health is a really scary thing. Feel so sorry over their losses.

  2. Oh. MY. God. NO.
    Dramas and movies are my happy place with all the world seeming to come to an end.
    And reading news like this is like punching my very fragile bubble. Please this 2020 bad vad mojo end. And someone really needs to be with satoh takeru abd everyone who beeds help.

  3. My condolences and sympathy to all families who have had loss to suicide which is becoming our terrible world epedemic. We are loosing so many celebrities and it seems to be getting worse through all level of society where no one is left being untouched.

  4. Stop insinuating weird connections with Suicide, its appalling and disrespectful to those gone. This is alarming and so incredibly sad that successful people who should be joyful are so deeply unhappy that they had to seek to end their lives. I know Japan has always had suicide issues but they really need to up their game for mental health awareness, support and outreach. Pandemic has been hard on everybody. Praying and passing the light for all those who are silently enduring, hang in their people, it will pass. May God bless you all.

  5. “dropping like flies” Seriously? You can’t find a more respectful way to say what you mean? Also what you’re insinuating is just disrespectful, especially when you bring in the people who are still alive. It’s a very sensitive time and you’re being incredibly insensitive. I’m very disappointed in you. Learn and be better

  6. haruma as suicide not matching with what the agency is saying…so many doubts about Haruma’s death is unanswered…Justice for haruma….

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