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Examples of "kōichi_satō"
He then co-starred with Kōichi Satō and Vincent Gallo in Junji Sakamoto's 2013 suspense thriller "Human Trust".
He co-starred with Kōichi Satō and Yoo Ji-tae in Junji Sakamoto's 2013 film, "Human Trust".
It was adapted into a live-action film directed by Azuma Morisaki starring Kōichi Satō and Rentarō Mikuni, and premiered on April 13, 1996.
The "Twilight Express" formed the main backdrop for the TBS TV drama , starring Kōichi Satō and Miho Nakayama, and broadcast on 20 March 2012.
Cast members include: Takao Osawa (as Naruse, boss and "human lie detector"), Kyoka Suzuki (as Yukiko, driver and "human clock"), Shota Matsuda (as Kuon, the pickpocket), Kōichi Satō (as Kyōno, the coffee shop owner), and Koji Okura (as Jimichi).
In the 2003 Japanese film "When the Last Sword Is Drawn" ("Mibu gishi den"), Saitō is played by Kōichi Satō. At first, Sato portrays Saitō as a cold, dark, uncaring captain of the Shinsengumi. However, Saitō changes as a man through his interactions with Kanichiro Yoshimura (played by Kiichi Nakai) during the last years of the Shinsengumi.
In 2014, Yuichi Mafune (Kōichi Satō), a confidence man, is hired by "M" (Shingo Katori) to steal 10 trillion yen from the M Fund and use it for humanitarian assistance to the Third World. Harold Marcus (Vincent Gallo), an investment banker, sends Osamu Endo (Yoo Ji-tae), an assassin, to stop them.
When a low-level gangster (Satoshi Tsumabuki) is caught having an affair with his boss's wife (Eri Fukatsu), he pleads for his life by promising his boss (Toshiyuki Nishida) that he will recruit a famous hitman. When it quickly becomes apparent that he is never going to find the wanted hitman, he hires an actor (Kōichi Satō) to fill the role.
Gonin ( or, in some English-language editions, "The Five") is a 1995 film directed by Takashi Ishii and starring Takeshi Kitano, Kōichi Satō, and Masahiro Motoki. This was the first film Kitano starred in after his 1994 motorcycle accident. The eye patch the character wears was because his right eye was still leaking fluids.
Cast members include: Koji Yakusho (Heikichi Shindo, the hotel accommodation manager), Takako Matsu (Hana Takemoto, the chamber-maid with a case of mistaken identity), Kōichi Satō (Katsutoshi Mutōda, the disgraced politician), Shingo Katori (Kenji Tadano, the bell boy with musical aspirations), Ryoko Shinohara (Yōko, the call girl), Keiko Toda (Tokiko Yabe, the deputy accommodation manager), Katsuhisa Namase (Takashi Seo), Kumiko Aso (Naomi Ohara), YOU (Cherry Sakura) and Toshiyuki Nishida (Zenbu Tokugawa, the aging enka star).
The film tells the story of two Shinsengumi samurai. One of them is Saitō Hajime (played by Kōichi Satō), a heartless killer and the other is Yoshimura Kanichiro (played by Kiichi Nakai), who appears to be a money-grabbing and emotional swordsman from the northern area known as Nambu Morioka. The main storyline is set during the fall of the Tokugawa shogunate, but it is told in a series of flashbacks as two characters reminisce. The themes include conflicting loyalty to the clan, lord, and family.
While the film is a remake of the original "Battles Without Honor and Humanity" series, it has no direct similarities. Set in Osaka, it focuses on former childhood friends Kadoya Kaneo (Etsushi Toyokawa) and Tochino Masatatsu (Tomoyasu Hotei) as their lives cross paths again. Kaneo is now a yakuza member, while Masatatsu is a nightclub owner with a distaste for crime gangs. When a yakuza boss dies, a struggle for his position takes place between Kaneo's boss Awano (Ittoku Kishibe) and the young Nakahira (Kōichi Satō). Nakahira's men try to extort money from Masatatsu, bringing him in between a yakuza battle.
"Chameleon", an action film starring Tatsuya Fujiwara and Asami Mizukawa, screened at the Busan International Film Festival in 2008. "Children of the Dark", a thriller film shot in Thailand, was denied to screen at the Bangkok International Film Festival in 2008. "", a jidaigeki film starring Shingo Katori, and "Strangers in the City", a thriller film starring Toru Nakamura and Manami Konishi, were both released in 2010. "Someday", an ensemble comedy film starring Yoshio Harada, won the Best Picture prize at the Yokohama Film Festival in 2011. He also directed "A Chorus of Angels", a 2012 film starring Sayuri Yoshinaga, to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Toei Company. His 2013 film, "Human Trust", starred Kōichi Satō, Yoo Ji-tae, and Vincent Gallo.
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."
In preparation for the club's first season in the J. League Division 2 the club hired local-born Takuya Takagi as their coach for the season. On 3 March 2013 V-Varen Nagasaki played in their first ever J. League Division 2 match against Fagiano Okayama at the Kanko Stadium in Okayama in which the club drew the match 1–1 with Kōichi Satō scoring the first J. League Division 2 goal for V-Varen Nagasaki in the 25th minute.The club then played their first home match in the J. League Division 2 on 10 March 2013 at the Nagasaki Athletic Stadium against former J. League champions Gamba Osaka in which V-Varen Nagasaki lost 3–1 in front of a huge crowd of 18,153.
Muzuanga began the 2013 in the J. League Division 2 with V-Varen Nagasaki after the club gained promotion to the league. Muzuanga made his full-professional debut in the 2nd Division on 3 March 2013 against Fagiano Okayama in which he came on as a 75th-minute substitute for Kōichi Satō as V–Varen drew the match 1–1. Muzuanga then scored his first ever goal in the J. League Division 2 the very next game against former Japanese champions Gamba Osaka in which was also V–Varen's first home game in the 2nd Division in front of over 18,000 fans in attendance in which he scored in the 79th minute for the club which turned out to be a consolation as V–Varen Nagasaki lost the match 3–1. He then scored his second goal of the season on 24 March 2013 against Matsumoto Yamaga before scoring his third goal the very next game on 31 March 2013 against Gainare Tottori in which V–Varen Nagasaki won 3–1.
is the protagonist of the second novel, "Spiral". A forensics doctor and autopsy surgeon, Ando was friends with Ryuji Takayama in medical school before he turned to mathematics and has to perform an autopsy on his body. His young son Takanori died of an unknown illness. Ando and Ryuji's student Mai Takano destroy the original tape after he watches it to end Sadako's curse for good. However, it is revealed that both are manipulated by Ryuji, who is working with Sadako to ensure his survival; in return, he will help her resurrect Sadako. Ando is forced to agree to spread the curse as he already has sex with Sadako and caused the dormant Ring virus to reside in his body; in exchange, Sadako will resurrect Ando's son by making him reborn through her DNA. In the third novel, "Loop", Ando receives a sample of a vaccine for Ring virus which he mass-produces to finally neutralize all viruses in their artificial world, Loop. In the film "Rasen", Ando is played by Kōichi Satō.