Miwa Takada

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Miwa Takada
Miwa Takada 1962.jpg
Born (1947-01-05) 5 January 1947 (age 70)
Kyoto
Occupation Actress
Website http://www.sachikopro.co.jp/actress/takadamiwa/takadamiwa.html

Miwa Takada (高田 美和 Takada Miwa?, born 5 January 1947 in Kyoto)[1] is a Japanese film, TV and stage actress. She has starred in several Japanese movies that are today considered classics (especially in the Zatoichi saga, and the Daimajin trilogy).

Takada also worked as a singer, and the duet she recorded with Mitsuo Kaji, "Waga Ai wo Hoshi ni Inorite," became a huge hit. Now she focuses on stage performances and TV. She lives in Numazu.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Takada'a filmography as an actress includes the following.[3]

Year Title Japanese Romanization Character
1962 Fencing Master Tateshi Danpei Okiku
1963 Nyokei Kazoku Hinako Yajima
1963 Zatoichi the Fugitive 座頭市兇状旅 Zatoichi Kyojo Tabi Nobu
1964 Sleepy Eyes of Death: Sword of Adventure Nemuri Kyoshiro 2: Shōbu
1964 Kino Kieta Otoko Osono
1964 Kojiki Taisho
1964 Adventures of Zatoichi Zatoichi Sekisho Yaburi Saki
1964 Kōdōkan no Washi
1964 Dokonjō Monogatari: Zuputo Iyatsu
1965 Mamiana-chō Zero-banchi
1965 Mesuinu dassô Yuki Koide
1966 Daimajin Kozasa Hanabusa
1967 Rikugun Nakano Gakkō: Mitsumei
1967 Zatoichi Challenged Zatoichi Chikemuri Kaido Omitsu
1968 Sleepy Eyes of Death: Hell Is a Woman Nemuri Kyoshiro 10: Onna Jigoku Princess Saya
1968 100 Monsters Yōkai Hyaku Monogatari Okiku
1968 Nihiki no Yojimbo Oshodomo
1972 Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer Rudolph (1972 Nippon Television Dub)
1982 Karuizawa Fujin Keiko Nakagawa
1991 Journey of Honor Kabuto Yadogimi

References[edit]

  1. ^ Official profile Retrieved on 25 September 2009. (Japanese)
  2. ^ http://www.city.numazu.shizuoka.jp/living_in/english/pdf/e070715-1.pdf
  3. ^ Miwa Takada at IMDB Retrieved on 5 May 2014.

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