Synonyms for hiroki_matsukata or Related words with hiroki_matsukata

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Examples of "hiroki_matsukata"
Konoe's sons Hiroki Matsukata and Yūki Meguro are actors.
A 1979 film "Onmitsu Dōshin Ōedo Sōsamō" starred Hiroki Matsukata, included Toshiro Mifune in the role of Matsudaira Sadanobu.
Hokuriku Proxy War (北陸代理戦争, "Hokuriku dairi sensō") is a 1977 film directed by Kinji Fukasaku and starring Sonny Chiba and Hiroki Matsukata
Tetsuya Watari was originally set to play Hirotani, but had to step down due to illness. The role then went to Hiroki Matsukata.
"Samurai Vendetta" would be remade a short time later after Raizo Ichikawa's death, starring Hiroki Matsukata in the roll previously portrayed by Ichikawa. The remake was called "Broken Swords".
People famous for having portrayed Kin-san on television include kabuki stars Nakamura Umenosuke IV and Ichikawa Danshirō, singers Yukio Hashi and Teruhiko Saigō, and actors Ryōtarō Sugi, Hideki Takahashi, Hiroki Matsukata, and Kōtarō Satomi. Saigō and Satomi portrayed Kin-san in the series "Edo o Kiru".
Akiko Nishina (仁科亜希子), born 3 April 1953 in Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese actress. Once 仁科明子, but now her name is 仁科亜季子, after divorcing from Hiroki Matsukata, a famous actor in Japan.
Kin'ya made his debut with his father in the 1956 Toei film "Oyakodaka" in the role of Katsu Kaishū. He is a contemporary of, and was taken to be a rival of, Hiroki Matsukata, who was also the son of a famous actor (Jūshirō Konoe). In 1964, Kin'ya made his first appearance on stage in "Cyrano de Bergerac".
Matsukata was hospitalized for a possible brain tumor on February 23, 2016. He subsequently cancelled several entertainment appearances. On March 2, it was announced that Matsukata had been diagnosed with brain lymphoma. On January 21, 2017, Hiroki Matsukata died due to complications from his lymphoma at 11:26 a.m., at the age of 74.
The player gets to fish with Hiroki Matsukata in exotic fishing venues around the world. These places include Mozambique, Cuba and Australia. A typical fish in the game weighs around ; but the actual weight of the fish depends on the geographic location of the boat in addition to player skill.
Nishina was represented with Irving until she left in 31 December 2014. Her father was actor Hiroki Matsukata and her mother is actress Akiko Nishina, in which they are graduates for the entertainment industry. Nishina's parents were divorced in December 1998. After the divorce she grew up with her mother.
Wanting to change the dynamics of the relationships seen in the previous films, Takada created the characters played by Joe Shishido and Hiroki Matsukata. Finding the yakuza ritual of exchanging sake in the prior films ridiculous, he had the two exchange whiskey instead, which he called one of the best scenes in the series. He made a point to show the general unhappiness of the low-leveled members of the gang.
"13 Assassins" stars Kōji Yakusho, along with Takayuki Yamada, Sōsuke Takaoka, Hiroki Matsukata, and Kazuki Namioka. It is the third film in which Yamada and Takaoka co-starred, the first two being "Crows Zero" and "Crows Zero 2", both directed by Miike. Production for the film lasted for about two months in Tsuruoka, Yamagata, northern Japan; filming began in July 2009 and concluded in September 2009.
Kazuo Kasahara claimed he envisioned Bunta Sugawara portraying the character Tetsuya Sakai while writing and later learned that Sugawara had already been cast in the role. However, he said the day before shooting Sugawara was instead cast as Shozo Hirono (based on Minō) and Hiroki Matsukata took over as Sakai. Nobuo Kaneko is the only other actor to portray the same character across all five films; playing Yoshio Yamamori based on Tatsuo Yamamura, who became the first leader of the Kyosei-kai.
Veteran actor Hiroki Matsukata plays Tokugawa Mitsusada, Yoshimune's father. Mito Mitsukuni, who supported Yoshimune's bid to become shogun, is portrayed by Makoto Fujita. Teruhiko Saigō portrays Ōishi Kuranosuke, leader of the Forty-seven Ronin, and Toshiyuki Nishida (whose major roles include Yoshimune in the NHK Taiga drama based on his life) takes the role of Kinokuniya Bunzaemon. Another veteran Yoshimune, Ken Matsudaira (for 25 years the star of "Abarenbō Shōgun"), appears as Tsuchiya Mondonosuke.
In the 1980s, yakuza movies drastically declined due in part to the rise of home video VCRs. One exception was the "Gokudō no Onnatachi" series starring Shima Iwashita, which was based on a book of interviews with the wives and girlfriends of real gangsters. In 1994, Toei actually announced that "The Man Who Shot the Don" starring Hiroki Matsukata would be their last yakuza film unless it made $4 million US in home video rentals. It did not and they announced they would stop producing such movies, although they returned a couple years later.
Meanwhile, she appeared on privately owned networks in many prominent roles. On Tokyo Broadcasting System, Yūko played characters in series in 1980, '81, and '82, including the female lead in "Totsuzen no Ashita". Asahi TV cast her in the lead role in two 90 minute specials in the "Onyado Kawasemi" "jidaigeki" series (1988–89); Yasuko Sawaguchi, Reiko Takashima and others have played the same character. Nippon Television gave her the lead in the 1990 "Ikenai Joshikō Monogatari" and second billing in "Omoide-zukuri" in the following year. She returned to Asahi and "jidaigeki" in the title role in two series with the title "Tōyama no Kin-san vs. Onna Nezumi" opposite Hiroki Matsukata (1997 and 1998). A decade later, the network paired the two again, and Yūko portrayed Kikyō, the leading lady, in "Surōnin Tsukikage Hyōgo".
When he returned to Tokyo, Kasahara told Toei he could work with the incidents in Kure, but not the events that followed in Hiroshima because they were too complicated and they agreed. Although Minō had to be the protagonist, Kasahara found it difficult to create a character based on the notes he had taken and so developed the story around yakuza underboss Tetsuhiko Sasaki, who rebelled against Kyosei-kai leader Tatsuo Yamamura and was killed. He envisioned Bunta Sugawara portraying the character (he later learned Sugawara had already been cast in the role), but said the day before shooting Sugawara was instead cast as Hirono (who is based on Minō) and Hiroki Matsukata took over as Sakai (Sasaki).
The 1964 NHK Taiga drama "Akō Rōshi" was followed by no fewer than 21 television productions of "Chūshingura." Toshirō Mifune starred in the 1971 "Daichūshingura" on NET, and Kinnosuke Yorozuya crossed over from film to play the same role in 1979, also on NET. "Tōge no Gunzō", the third NHK Taiga drama on the subject, starred Ken Ogata, and renowned director Juzo Itami appeared as Kira. In 2001 Fuji TV made a four-hour special of the story starring Takuya Kimura as Horibe Yasubei (one of the Akō ronin) and Kōichi Satō as Ōishi Kuranosuke, called "Chūshingura 1/47" . Kōtarō Satomi, Matsumoto Kōshirō IX, Beat Takeshi, Tatsuya Nakadai, Hiroki Matsukata, Kinya Kitaōji, Akira Emoto, Akira Nakao, Nakamura Kanzaburō XVIII, Ken Matsudaira, and Shinichi Tsutsumi are among the many stars to play Ōishi. Hisaya Morishige, Naoto Takenaka, and others have portrayed Kira. Izumi Inamori starred as Aguri (Yōzeiin), the central character in the ten-hour 2007 special "Chūshingura Yōzeiin no Inbō."