Minoru Kunizawa

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Minoru Kunizawa
Born 1964 (age 50–51)[1]
Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan
Occupation Film director
Years active 1995

Minoru Kunizawa (国沢実 or 国沢☆実 or 国沢星実 or 国沢卍実 Kunizawa Minoru?) aka Shūsaku Niki (仁木周作 Niki Shūsaku?) is a Japanese film director, screenwriter, and actor best known for his work in the pink film genre. Including Yutaka Ikejima, Yumi Yoshiyuki and Tarō Araki, Kunizawa is one of the four top directors of Ōkura Productions (OP) at the turn of the millennium, and the only one of the four who did not start out as an actor. Instead, Kunizawa joined the film industry as an assistant director to pink film pioneer Satoru Kobayashi.[2] He made his directorial debut with Kyonyū: hasande kuwaeru (巨乳 はさんで咥える?) (1995).[1] Kunizawa's films have been very popular with pink film fans, and he has had more than one film in the Top Ten at the Pink Grand Prix for multiple years. He has also won the Best Director prize twice. Irresistable Angel: Suck It All Up (2003), for which he won Best Director, is an erotic variation on the X-Men story.[2]

Top-ten films, Pink Grand Prix[edit]





  1. ^ a b 国沢実 (in Japanese). http://pin-pon.hp.infoseek.co.jp/. Retrieved 2009-06-17. 
  2. ^ a b Sharp, Jasper (2008). Behind the Pink Curtain: The Complete History of Japanese Sex Cinema. Guildford: FAB Press. p. 334. ISBN 978-1-903254-54-7. 
Awards and achievements
Pink Grand Prix
Preceded by
Yūji Tajiri
for Office Lady Love Juice
Pink Grand Prix for Best Director
Minoru Kunizawa

for The Bride is Wet on the Wedding Night
Succeeded by
Tarō Araki
for Sister-in-Law's Wet Thighs
Preceded by
Mitsuru Meike
for Shameless Family
Pink Grand Prix for Best Director
Minoru Kunizawa

for Irresistable Angel: Suck It All Up
Succeeded by
Shinji Imaoka
for Lunch Box