Ryoko Shinohara

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Ryoko Shinohara
Born (1973-08-13) August 13, 1973 (age 40)
Kiryu, Gunma Prefecture, Japan
Occupation Actress

Ryoko Shinohara (篠原 涼子 Shinohara Ryōko?, born August 13, 1973) is a Japanese singer and actress.

Career[edit]

Shinohara appeared in Tetsuya Nakashima's 2004 film Kamikaze Girls.[1] She has also starred in television series such as Unfair and Haken no Hinkaku.[2][3]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Television[edit]

  • Houkago (1992)
  • Sugao no Mama de (1992)
  • Ninshin Desuyo 2 (1995)
  • Kagayaku Toki no Naka de (1995)
  • Rennai Zenya: Ichidodake no Koi 2 (1996)
  • Pure (1996)
  • Naniwa Kinyudo 2 (1996)
  • Shinryounaikai Ryouko (1997)
  • Gift (1997)
  • Bayside Shakedown (1997)
  • Ao no Jidai (1998)
  • Nanisama (1998)
  • Beach Boys Special (1998)
  • Kira Kira Hikaru (1998)
  • Kiken na Kankei (1999)
  • Genroku Ryoran (1999)
  • Kabachitare (2000)
  • Tokimune Hojo (2000)
  • Saotome Typhoon (2001)
  • Mukodono! (2001)
  • HR (2002)
  • Hatsu Taiken (2002)
  • Renai Hensachi (2002)
  • Boku no Mahou Tsukai (2003)
  • Mukodono (2003)
  • Mother and Lover (2004)
  • Hikari to Tomo ni (2004)
  • At Home Dad (2004)
  • Yankee Bokou ni Kaeru (2004)
  • Naniwa Kinyudo 6 (2005)
  • Anego (2005) as Naoko Noda
  • Unfair SP (2006) as Natsumi Yukihira
  • Message (2006)
  • Hanayome wa Yakudoshi (2006)
  • Unfair (2006) as Natsumi Yukihira
  • Woman's Island (2006)
  • Haken no Hinkaku (2007)
  • Hataraku Gon! (2009)
  • Ogon no Buta (2010)
  • Tsuki no Koibito (2010)
  • Last Cinderella (2013)

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • Ryoko from Tokyo Performance Doll (1993)
  • Lady Generation (1995)

Compilation albums[edit]

  • Sweets: Best of Ryoko Shinohara (1997)

Singles[edit]

  • "Koi wa Chanson" (1991)
  • "Squall" (1992)
  • "Sincerely" (1994)
  • "Itoshisa to Setsunasa to Kokoro Tsuyosa to" (1994)
  • "Motto Motto..." (1995)
  • "Lady Generation" (1995)
  • "Dame!" (1995)
  • "Heibon na Happy ja Monotarinai" (1996)
  • "Shiawase wa Soba ni Aru" (1996)
  • "Party o Nukedasou!" (1996)
  • "Goodbye Baby" (1997)
  • "Blow Up" (1998)
  • "A Place in the Sun" (1998)
  • "Rhythm to Rule" (2000)
  • "Someday Somewhere" (2001)
  • "Time of Gold" (2003)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schilling, Mark (June 23, 2004). "Naughty and nice, sugar and spice". The Japan Times. 
  2. ^ Brasor, Philip (February 4, 2007). "Super temp worker who saves day is a nonconformist heroine". The Japan Times. 
  3. ^ Schilling, Mark (December 25, 2008). "Dueling with a rare Japanese superhero". The Japan Times. 

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