Naoya Makoto

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Naoya Makoto (誠 直也 Makoto Naoya?), born Seigo Furukawa (古川 誠剛 Furukawa Seigō?) (born June 25, 1948 [1]) is an actor from Japan. He started his career in local cinema in 1971.


Naoya Makoto debuted as an actor in 1971. His first appearance was as a guest performer in the film Gendai Yakuza: Sakura Chi Sankyoudai at the age of 23. In 1971 and 1972, Makoto appeared in the film series Furyou Banchou. Over the next few years, Makoto performed in a variety of small roles. He also frequently plays small roles musical theater.

Makoto also has a singing career in J-pop (Japanese pop music), but is not so active. His world solo recording career began with the EP 'Omae no Asakusa', which was released in 1978 by the label King Records.






  • Omae no Asakusa (おまえの浅草) (King Records, 1978)
  • Yukimushi (雪虫) (Teichiku, 1980)
  • Sapporo City Light '87 (札幌City Light '87) (1987)...with Ritsuko Abe


  1. ^ "Makoto Naoya". Nihon Tarento Meikan. Goo Nyūsu. Retrieved 2 July 2013. 

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