Miyoko Akaza

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Miyoko Akaza
Born (1944-02-10)February 10, 1944
Aichi, Japan
Spouse(s) Toshiya Fujita

Miyoko Akaza, (born February 10, 1944 in Aichi, Japan) is a Japanese actress. She is the wife of Toshiya Fujita.

Filmography[edit]

  • "Libido" Sei no kigen (1967)
  • "Affair in the Snow" Juhyo no yoromeki (1968)
  • "A Tale of Peonies and Lanterns" Botan-dôrô (1968)
  • "Nihiki no yojimbo" (1968)
  • "The Blazing Continent" Moeru tairiku (1968)
  • "Furyo bancho okuri ookami" (1969)
  • "Fight for the Glory" Eiko eno kurohyo (1969)
  • "Our Wilderness" Oretachi no kôya (1969)
  • "Gokudo kyojo tabi" (1970)
  • "Seijuku" (1971)
  • "Shadow of Deception" Naikai no wa (1971)
  • "Confessions Among Actresses" Kokuhakuteki joyûron (1971)
  • "Lady Snowblood" Shurayukihime (1973)
  • "Boryoku gai" (1974)
  • "Seishun no satetsu" (1974)
  • "Virgin Blues" (1974)
  • "Panic in High School" Koko dai panikku (1978)
  • "Motto shinayaka ni, motto shitataka ni" (1979)
  • "White Love" Howaito rabu (1979)
  • "Masho no natsu - 'Yotsuya kaidan' yori" (1981)
  • "School in the Crosshairs" Nerawareta gakuen (1981)
  • "The Wild Daisy" Nogiku no haka (1981)
  • "Daburu beddo" (1983)
  • "Sukanpin walk" (1984)
  • "F2 grand prix" (1984)
  • "The Island Closest to Heaven" Tengoku ni ichiban chikai shima (1984)
  • "April Fish" Shigatsu no sakana (1986)
  • "Deshima" (1987)
  • "Afternoon When Flowers Fell" Hana no furu gogo (1989)
  • "Gattubî - Bokura wa kono natsu nekutai wo suru" (1990)
  • "Kaseifu ha mita! 9" (1991)
  • "Haruka, nosutarujii" (1993)
  • "Shinonomerô onna no ran" (1994)
  • "Goodbye for Tomorrow" Ashita (1995)
  • "Sore ga kotae da!" (1997) TV series
  • ""Yome wa mitsuboshi" (2001) TV series
  • "My Lover Is a Sniper: The Movie" Koibito wa sunaipâ: Gekijô-ban (2004)
  • "Gosuto shauto" (2004)
  • "The Reason" Riyû (2004)
  • "Hoshi hitotsu no yoru" (2007) TV

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