List of Japanese actors
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Choplin
Choplin (チョップリン) is Japanese comedy duo from the Kansai area. The members, boke Kotaro Kobayashi (born September 30, 1975) and tsukkomi Kyonosuke Nishino (born February 23, 1976) both originate from a...
Shoko Nakagawa
Shoko Nakagawa (中川 翔子, Nakagawa Shōko, born May 5, 1985 in Tokyo) is a Japanese tarento (media personality), actress, voice actress, illustrator, and singer. Also known by her nickname Shokota...
Shoko Nakagawa - Wikipedia
Yoarashi Okinu
Yoarashi Okinu (夜嵐 おきぬ, ca.1845 - March 28, 1872) is the moniker of Harada Kinu (原田 きぬ), who was a Japanese female poisoner and geisha and lived from the end of the Edo era to the beginning of the...
Go Kato
Go Kato (加藤剛, Katō Gō, born February 4, 1938, in Omaezaki, Shizuoka, Japan) is a Japanese entertainer and actor.
Mineko Iwasaki
Mineko Iwasaki (岩崎 峰子, Iwasaki Mineko) also known as Mineko Iwasaki (岩崎 究香, Iwasaki Mineko), born Masako Tanaka (田中 政子, Tanaka Masako, born November 2, 1949), is a Japanese bus...
Mineko Iwasaki - Wikipedia
Hiroki Aiba
Hiroki Aiba (相葉 裕樹, Aiba Hiroki) is an actor, dancer and singer. He is best known for his role as Shusuke Fuji in The Prince of Tennis musical series, Tenimyu, and the live film adaptation. He...
Hideyo Amamoto
Hideyo Amamoto (天本 英世, Amamoto Hideyo, January 2, 1926 – March 23, 2003) was a prolific Japanese actor from the Wakamatsu ward of Kitakyūshū best known for portraying Dr. Shinigami in the orig...
Katsutaro Kouta
Katsutaro Kouta (小唄 勝太郎, Kouta Katsutarō, November 6, 1904 – June 21, 1974) was a Japanese female geisha and ryūkōka singer. The genre like her songs was called "New-Minyo". The era when she h...
Katsutaro Kouta - Wikipedia
Atsuko Inaba
Atsuko Inaba (稲葉貴子, Inaba Atsuko) (born March 13, 1974 in Osaka, Japan) is a former Japanese idol female pop singer formerly within Hello! Project. She began her career as a Japanese idol with...
Takao II
Takao II (高尾, 1640 – December 5, 1659), also known as Sendai Takao or Manji Takao, was a tayū (courtesan or oiran) of the Yoshiwara, one of the most famous of Japan's Edo period. She debuted in 16...
Takao II - Wikipedia
Osamu Adachi
Osamu Adachi (足立 理, Adachi Osamu, born December 22, 1987) is a Japanese actor and a former member of the acting group D-BOYS. He is best known for his role as Eiji Kikumaru in The Prince of Te...
Michiru Jo
Michiru Jo (城みちる, Jō Michiru, born 18 November 1957 in present day Kure, Hiroshima, Japan as Kōtarō Jōya) is an actor and J-Pop artist in Japan. He first became famous when he applied to a "st...
Jin Akanishi
Jin Akanishi (赤西 仁, Akanishi Jin, born July 4, 1984) is a Japanese musician, singer-songwriter and actor. He has been active since 1998, first as one of the two lead vocalists of the popular J...
Jin Akanishi - Wikipedia
Ichimaru
Ichimaru (市丸) born Mitsue Goto (後藤 まつゑ, Gotō Matsue, July 16, 1906 – February 17, 1997) in Japan, was a popular Japanese recording artist and geisha. Her rivalry with another popular geish...
Ichimaru - Wikipedia
10 Dollars (owarai)
$10 (テンダラー, Ten Darā, 10 Dollars) is a fairly well known comedy duo under the company Yoshimoto Kogyo. The group consists of the boke, Hiroaki Hamamoto (浜本 広晃, Hamamoto Hiroaki) and th...
Yuki Goto
Yuki Goto (後藤 夕貴, Goto Yuki) is a member of the Nice Girl Project! and former member of Hello! Pro Egg.
Cocorico (comedy duo)
Cocorico (ココリコ, Kokoriko) is a Japanese comedy duo (kombi) consisting of Shōzō Endō (遠藤章造, Endō Shōzō) and Naoki Tanaka (田中直樹, Tanaka Naoki). They are best known for making up ...