Miki Fujitani

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Miki Fujitani
Native name 藤谷 美紀
Born Makiko Kanaya
金谷 満紀子[citation needed]

(1973-09-15) September 15, 1973 (age 43)[1]
Nagoya, Aichi, Japan[1]
Occupation Actress, voice actress, singer[1]
Years active 1987–present
Agent Oscar Promotion[1]

Miki Fujitani (藤谷 美紀 Fujitani Miki?, born Makiko Kanaya (金谷 満紀子 Kanaya Makiko?) on September 15, 1973 in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture) is a Japanese actress. She attended Sugiyama Jyo Gakuen Junior High School and then transferred to Hinode Jyoshi Junior High School and graduated from Hinode Jyoshi Senior High School. In addition to her many live-action film and television roles, she had a prominent voice role as Kamiya Kaoru in the Rurouni Kenshin anime series,[2] and as Chun-Li in Street Fighter II The Movie.

Filmography[edit]

Live-action film[edit]

Live-action television[edit]

1980s
1990s
  • Rinrin to (ja:凛凛と?) (1990)[1]
  • Kanrishokukōkaku (管理職降格?) (1990)[1]
  • Anne of Green Gables (CX golden movie theater, 1990) – Anne (dub)[1]
  • Kazunomiyasamaotome (和宮様御留?) (1991)[1]
  • Dotō no tenka tori saitō dōzan (怒涛の天下取り 斎藤道三?) (1991)[1]
  • Aniki ni kanpai (兄貴に乾杯?) (1991)[1]
  • Love You Forever (ja:君だけに愛を (テレビドラマ) Kimi Dake ni Ai o Love Forever?) (1991) – Akane Murakami[1][5]
  • Anne of Green Gables (sequel, CX golden movie theater, 1991) – Anne (dub)[1]
  • Dangerous Job for a Schoolgirl (ja:女子高生!キケンなアルバイト Joshi kōsei! Kiken na Arbeit?) (1991) – Hazuki Sasayama[1][6]
  • Hontōniattakowaihanashi ~ Karuizawa no bōrei (ja:本当にあった怖い話?, Really scary ghost story) (1992) – Episode: "Kurizawa burei (軽井沢の亡霊?, Kurizawa ghost)[1]
  • Bokunokanojo wa heian bijin (ボクの彼女は平安美人?) (1992)[1][7]
  • Wada ka no deka (ja:はだかの刑事?) (1993) – Aki Yaguchi (Hiroki Matsukata's character's daughter)[1]
  • Sakana no yō ni (魚のように?) (1993)[1]
  • Mori Ranmaru sengoku o kakenuketa wakashishi (ja:森蘭丸〜戦国を駆け抜けた若獅子〜?) (1993)[1]
  • Keyakitōrinohitobito (ja:欅通りの人びと?) (1994) – Rumi Iwasaki[1]
  • Musuko yo yomigaere! (息子よ甦れ!?) (1995)[1]
  • Nekoma ni kieta hanayome (猫魔に消えた花嫁?) (1995)[1]
  • Hallelujah House (ハレルヤハウス Hareruyahausu?) (1995)[1]
  • On'na-tachi no sensō (女たちの戦争?) (1995)[1]
  • Hāto ni S (ハートにS?) (1995)[1]
  • Hamidashi bengoshi tatsumi shirō, keiba-ba gyaru satsujin jiken! (はみだし弁護士・巽志郎、競馬場ギャル殺人事件!?) (1996)[1][8]
  • Udemakuri kangofu monogatari ⑤ (腕まくり看護婦物語⑤?) (1996)[1]
  • Himawari (ひまわり?) (1996) – Aoi Kuroda[1]
  • Mitsuhiko Asami series (浅見光彦シリーズ?) (1996) – Maiko Tsuda – TBS series, Part 6: Otaru Satsujin Jiken (小樽殺人事件?, Otaru Murder) [1]
  • Inochi tsunaide (ja:命つないで?) (1996) – Yuka Asakura[1]
  • Kyōtogion-iri muko keiji jiken-bo (ja:京都祇園入り婿刑事事件簿?) series (1997-2005) – Saeko Mimura – 12 episodes[1][9]
  • Nagoya yomeiri monogatari (ja:名古屋嫁入り物語?, Nagoya Marriage Story) (1997) – Part 9 Kogena endan gowasanda (名古屋嫁入り物語9~こげな縁談ご破算だ?)[1]
  • Kurumaisu no kinmedaru (車椅子の金メダル?) (1998) – Kazu Kitamura[1]
  • Setsunai (ja:せつない?) (1998) – Part 4: Yasusoku (約束?, Promise)[1]
  • Asami Mitsuhiko series (浅見光彦シリーズ?) (1998) – CX series Part 6 hyōhaku no gakujin (漂白の楽人?)[1]
  • Kai (?, Oar) (1999) – Yoshi Tomomi[1]
  • Echigo Aidzu satsujin rūto (越後・会津殺人ルート?) (1999)[1]
  • On'na jiken kisha Saeko (女事件記者・冴子?, Woman investigative reporter Saeko) (1999)[1]
  • Satsujinhirōen (殺人披露宴?, Murder Reception) (1999) – Kaoru Kotobuki[1]
2000s
  • Tsuiseki 6 (追跡6?) (2000)[1]
  • hagurekeijijunjōha (ja:はぐれ刑事純情派?) (2000) – Season 13, Episode 3[1]
  • yukizurinomachi (ja:行きずりの街?, Strangers in the City) (2000) – Masako Tezuka[1]
  • Kariya chichi musume shirīzu (ja:狩矢父娘シリーズ?) (2000-present) – Kazumi Kariya - 16 episodes[1]
  • ai wa owaran bai (愛は終らんバイ?) (2001)[1]
  • Karakuri jiken jō (ja:からくり事件帖?) (2001) – Okane Fukui – Episode 4 Ten'nyo no yōjinbō (天女の用心棒?)[1]
  • Furin chōsa-in Katayama Yumi (ja:不倫調査員・片山由美?, Infidelity Investigator Yumi Katayama) (2002) – Machiko Mimura – Episode 3 Kyoto Geisha Murder (京都芸妓殺人事件! Kyōto geigi satsujin jiken?)[1]
  • Eye of the Storm (ja:新・愛の嵐 Shin ai no arashi?) (2002) – Hikaru Saegusa[1][10]
  • Mi no keiji no ai no jiken-bo dai sakusen Shinano Tōkai-ji dōkyūsei renzoku satsujin jiken (みの刑事の愛の事件簿大作戦 信濃・東海路同級生連続殺人事件?) (2003)[1]
  • Misshitsu kara hajimaru koi (密室から始まる恋?) (2003)[1]
  • Kyōtochiken'noon'na (ja:京都地検の女?) (2003) – Season 1, Episode 2[1]
  • Mito Kōmon (ja:水戸黄門?) (2003, 2011) – Episode 8[1]
  • Burakkujakkuniyoroshiku (ja:ブラックジャックによろしく?) (2004) – Noriko Kodama – Episode Dai shi geka-hen (第四外科編?)[1]
  • Tōkyōchikentokusōbu kyōjujiken (東京地検特捜部・教授事件?) (2004)[1]
  • Wakaba (ja:わかば?) (2004) – Episodes 74-77[1]
  • Keshōnoumi (化生の海?) (CX, 2005) – Mitsuhiko Asami series 20th commemorabtion program[1]
  • Tsugarukaikyō misuterī kōro (ja:津軽海峡ミステリー航路?) (2005) – Episode 4[1]
  • Keibuho narusawa ryō yabu dan (警部補 鳴沢了 破弾?) (2005)[1]
  • Totsukawa keibu shirīzu (ja:十津川警部シリーズ?, Inspector Tatsukawa series) (2005) – Episode 34 Kanazawa Kaga satsui no tabi (金沢加賀殺意の旅?)
  • Matsumoto seichō supesharu kuroi jukai (松本清張スペシャル 黒い樹海?, Seicho Matsumoto special - Black Sea of Trees) (2005)[1]
  • Muenzakakottōten (夢縁坂骨董店?) (2005) - Episode 3[1]
  • Mokuhi (黙秘?) (2006)[1]
  • Keishichō kuromame konbi (ja:警視庁黒豆コンビ?) (2006) - Episode 2[1]
  • Akita shinkansen Komachi renzoku satsujin (秋田新幹線こまち連続殺人?) (2006)[1]
  • yukemuri dokutā hana oka Mariko no onsen jiken-bo 3 (湯けむりドクター華岡万里子の温泉事件簿3?) (2007) – Asami Moriyama[1]
  • Ofukuro sensei no shinryō nikki (おふくろ先生の診療日記?) (2008) - Rieko Tachibana - Episode 1[1]
  • Keishichō sōsaikka fukuhara keibu (警視庁捜査一課 福原警部?) - Kazumi Tsukbaki (2009-11) - 3 episodes[1]
2010s
  • shindai tokkyū Kashiopea satsujin jiken (寝台特急カシオペア殺人事件?) (2010) – Aki Oyama[1]

Anime[edit]

Animation[edit]

Other[edit]

Discography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br bs bt bu bv bw bx by bz ca cb cc cd ce cf cg ch ci cj タレント詳細 - 藤谷 美紀 [Talent Details - Miki Fujitani]. Oscar Promotion (in Japanese). Retrieved February 27, 2015. 
  2. ^ a b Aniplex, Fuji TV (January 10, 1996). "伝説の美剣士…愛ゆえに闘う男". Rurouni Kenshin. Episode 1. Fuji TV. 
  3. ^ http://movies.yahoo.co.jp/movie/ガラスの中の少女/150642/
  4. ^ allcinema. "鼻茶 GOING WEST 谰へˇˇˇ - allcinema". allcinema.net. Retrieved March 3, 2015. 
  5. ^ Clements & Tamamuro 2003, p. 172
  6. ^ Clements & Tamamuro 2003, p. 55
  7. ^ "白い月 ボクの彼女は平安美人 - ドラマ詳細データ - ◇テレビドラマデータベース◇". テレビドラマデータベース. Retrieved March 3, 2015. 
  8. ^ "土曜ワイド劇場". tv-asahi.co.jp. Retrieved March 8, 2015. 
  9. ^ "<ドラマ名作選>『京都祇園入り婿刑事事件簿』|BSフジ". bsfuji.tv. Retrieved March 8, 2015. 
  10. ^ Clements & Tamamuro 2003, p. 72
Book references

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Preceded by
none
Japan Bishōjo Contest
1987
Succeeded by
Naomi Hosokawa