May 10, 1965 |
|Occupation||Ballet dancer, actress|
From Toshima, Tokyo, Kusakari started dancing professionally at the age of eight and won the first prize at the Japan Ballet Competition of 1987. She received the Muramatsu Award in 1988, and the Tachibana Akiko Award in 1990. At 27, she suffered a hernia that nearly ended her career, leaving her a temporary wheelchair user.
- Shall We Dance? (1996)
- Dancing Chaplin (2010)
- A Terminal Trust (2012)
- Lady Maiko (2014)
- Moon and Lightning (2017)
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