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Examples of "shota_matsuda"
In the Japanese drama "Don Quixote (TV series)" (episode 10), the character Shirota (Shota Matsuda) uses Amidakuji to help decide between candidate families for an adoption.
Kumagai's younger sister is Japanese actress Miyuki Matsuda. Her late brother-in-law was the Japanese-Korean actor Yusaku Matsuda. She is the maternal aunt of Ryuhei Matsuda and Shota Matsuda, both of whom are actors.
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 2007, she starred in the Japanese drama "Jotei" with Hana Yori Dango actor Shota Matsuda. In 2008, Kato appeared in several TV dramas such as "Oh! My Girl!" with Mokomichi Hayami and "Change" with Takuya Kimura.
"Wish" was used as the theme song and at the same time opening song for the drama "Hana Yori Dango" starring Mao Inoue, Arashi member Jun Matsumoto, Shun Oguri, Shota Matsuda and Tsuyoshi Abe. Matsumoto accepted his role of Tsukasa Dōmyōji in "Hana Yori Dango" so that the group would be able release "Wish" as their next single.
Rui (Shun Oguri) phones Shizuka Tōdō (Mayumi Sada) just before her wedding. He states that he has many things to move on from. Tsukasa visits Rui to inform him of his plans. Rui asks why he did not contact Sōjirō Nishikado (Shota Matsuda) or Akira Mimasaka (Tsuyoshi Abe) instead, but Tsukasa tells him that they are busy.
Hana Yori Dango () is a Japanese television drama series, which was broadcast on TBS in 2005 starring Mao Inoue, Jun Matsumoto of Arashi, Shun Oguri, Shota Matsuda, and Tsuyoshi Abe. It is based on Japanese shōjo manga series, , written by Yoko Kamio. A sequel entitled Hana Yori Dango Returns aired in 2007 and a movie adaptation Hana Yori Dango Final was released in 2008.
In September 2012, it was announced that he will direct "1905", a film starring Tony Leung Chiu-Wai, Shota Matsuda and Atsuko Maeda. In February 2013, it was announced that production of the film had been cancelled before filming could start.
Continuing from last season, the naive Kanzaki Nao (Erika Toda) and "genius swindler", Akiyama Shinichi (Shota Matsuda), go back to their normal routines until Nao receives an invitation from LGT to resume the Liar Game and compete for entrance to . Besides Kanzaki and Akiyama, the flamboyant Fukunaga (Suzuki Kosuke) returns to the Liar Game and a mysterious but talented psychology professor, Katsuragi Ryo, (Rinko Kikuchi) enters the Liar Game as a new character.
In 1905, during the waning years of the Qing Dynasty, at a time when numerous Chinese revolutionaries traveled to Japan as students to study modernization, Yan Yunlong (Tony Leung Chiu Wai), a loan shark, travels to Japan to collect overdue debts from five men. Meanwhile, Tamotsu Kato (Shota Matsuda) is a member of Houkokukai, an ultra-nationalist group, who is also searching for the same five men.
In 2005, Matsumoto took the most prominent role of his career to date when he was cast as Tsukasa Domyōji in the live-action adaptation of shōjo manga "Hana Yori Dango". Co-starring opposite Mao Inoue, Shun Oguri, Shota Matsuda and Tsuyoshi Abe, the series was a success with an average viewership rating of 19.6%. Matsumoto's portrayal as the air-headed and arrogant leader of four rich heirs won him Best Supporting Actor again at the 47th Television Drama Academy Awards.
Matsuda was born on 9 May 1983 in Tokyo to Yusaku Matsuda, a Japanese actor of partial Korean ancestry, and Miyuki Matsuda (née Kumagai), a Japanese actress. He has two younger siblings, a younger brother, Shota Matsuda, and a younger sister by his parents' marriage and one older half-sister by his father's first marriage. His father died from bladder cancer in 1989, when Ryuhei was 6 years old. He attended Horikoshi High School, a Japanese high school that caters to celebrity students, but did not graduate.
Inoue Mao started her career as an actress at five years old. She has been in many dramas since then. The viewers took notice of her in the series "Kids War" which ran from 1999 to 2003. In 2005, Mao took the lead role in the drama adaptation of the popular manga "Hana Yori Dango", with Arashi member Matsumoto Jun, Shun Oguri, Shota Matsuda and Tsuyoshi Abe. Mao was awarded Best Actress by Television Drama Academy in the same year that the drama was aired.
Liar Game is a Japanese television drama series in 2007. It was adapted from a popular manga of the same name into a live action series directed by Hiroaki Matsuyama. The drama began airing in Japan on April 14, 2007. It featured Erika Toda as Nao Kanzaki, and Shota Matsuda as Shinichi Akiyama. The first season of Liar Game has 11 episodes, with a 3 hour long finale, which is a first for a drama series. It has also gained the second highest viewer satisfaction rating, for the season, in an Oricon survey.
Kengo Fujimoto (Shota Matsuda) has been recruited by the government as an Ikigami delivery man. Whilst undergoing training he witnesses the "arrest" of a man (also undergoing training to become a deliverer) who commits a thought-crime when he yells to the entire room that the law is wrong and that his older sister died from the ikigami. The film follows Kengo as he delivers Ikigami to three citizens: a rising musician (Yuta Kanai) debuting in the music industry but struggling with leaving his friend behind as a busker, a shut-in (Kazuma Sano) who is the son of a council woman (Jun Fubuki) who supports the law whole-heartedly and attempts to use her son's upcoming death to gain sympathy votes, and a working-class debt collector (Takayuki Yamada) who is about to take his blind sister (Riko Narumi) out of the orphanage she lives in now that he is finally financially secure.