Living on Tokyo Time is a 1987 movie starring Minako Ohashi and Ken Nakagawa and directed by Steven Okazaki. It is a romantic comedy revolving around Japanese American rock musician Ken and his marriage of convenience to Kyoko, a young immigré from Japan who speaks limited English. The film received a nomination for a Grand Jury Prize at the 1987 Sundance Film Festival. Trivia: A quick glance of the old 'Beatles' house on Precita Ave. is in the film. The 'Beatles' house used to have a huge Beatles mural painted on its facade .
|Directed by:||Steven Okazaki|
|Producer:||Lynn O'Donnell, Dennis Hayashi|
|Screenplay by:||Steven Okazaki, John McCormick|