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Yoichi Nukumizu
Native name
温水 洋一
Born (1964-06-19) 19 June 1964 (age 54)
OccupationActor
Years active1988–
Notable work
  • Majo no Jōken
  • Yome wa Mitsuboshi
  • Monster Parent
  • Nukunuku
  • TakaToshi & Nukumizu ga Iku Chīsana Tabi Series
Height165 cm (5 ft 5 in)
WebsiteOfficial website

Yoichi Nukumizu (温水 洋一, Nukumizu Yōichi, born 19 June 1964) is a Japanese actor and television personality. He is nicknamed Nukkun (ぬっくん).[2] He was born from Miyakonojō, Miyazaki Prefecture.[1]

Personal life, biography[edit]

After graduating from the Miyazaki Prefecture Shoto Municipal High School, after two nights, he went to Nihon Fukushi University School of Social Welfare. He graduated from the university in March 1989.[3] From 1988 to 1994 he enrolled in the Theatre Company "Otona Keikaku". While he was enrolled, he had a pair of "nose and small box" together with Suzuki Matsuo.

Since his regular appearances in Naoto Takenaka's controle programme Naoto Takenaka no Koi no Vacance in 1994, his unique character is also known to the tea room, and since then his appearances on television programmes will increase. He established the office "One Two Three" in 1998 with Hajime Anzai, Toshifumi Muramatsu, et al. He appeared in numerous stages and dramas as an individuality actor, and also appeared in various variety shows.

In 1999, when he appeared in Akashiya Mansion Monogatari, he was nicknamed "Nukkun" from Sanma Akashiya. Since then many have appeared on television programmes and controls in Sanma moderatories.

It is made a story that his hair is thinning, and treats it himself as a neta. In addition, he actively appeared in various variety programmes as well. This is due to the greedy posture of wanting "to train the sense of laughter", and he talks about his own idea as he felt "like laughter, the feeling is most deviated with age. So, I'd like to do something that the young people say it's funny no matter how long they have passed."[4]

At the Miyazaki Bougainvillea Airport from 15 December 2016, the "Hinata Nukunuku Bench" that can sit with the whole figure of himself was established for a limited time.[5]

In 2017, he won the 52nd Kinokuniya Theater Award Individual Award.

Appearances[edit]

TV dramas[edit]

  • Hotdog (1990, TBS)
  • Yonimo Kimyōna Monogatari (1991, 1997, 2000, 2007, CX)
    • "Gyōretsu" (1991) – as clerk at soba store
    • "Tobira no Saki" (1997) – as guard
    • "Yō! Suzuki" (2000) – as Akihiko Jinguuji
    • "Kiri Sashine Kyōiku" (2007) – as Kyoto Natsume
  • Itsumo Kokoro ni Taiyō o (1994, TBS) – as station attendant
  • Pure (1996, CX) – as Hirofumi Matsushita
  • Kiseki no Romance (1996, NTV)
  • Beyond Amagi (1998, TBS)
  • Asadora (NHK)
    • Ten Urara (1998)
    • Manten (2002–03) – as Shiro Sannan
    • Dondo Hare (2007) – as Masahiro Tanabe
    • Well Kame (2009–10) – as Mitsuo Izaki
    • Massan (Jan 2015 –) – as Saburo
  • Harmonia Kono Ai no Hate (1998, NTV)
  • Odoru Dai Sōsasen Aki no Hanzai Bokumetsu Special (6 Oct 1998, CX) – as Wanggang Department Accounting Division Manager
  • Keizoku (1999, TBS) – as Yoichi Tada
  • Renai Sagi-shi Episode 7 (1999, EX) – as man deceived in Kamino
  • Kyūmei Byōtō 24-ji (1999, CX) – as secretary Kasezawa
  • Prison Hotel (1999, EX)
  • Kanojo-tachi no Jidai (1999, CX) – as Hirofumi Matsushita (section manager)
  • Tengoku ni Ichiban Chikai Otoko (26 Feb 1999, TBS) – as Jin Naihai
  • Majo no Jōken (1999, TBS) – as Teacher Matsuoka
  • Mona Lisa no Bishō (2000, CX)
  • Quiz (2000, TBS) – as Makio Goto
  • Aikotoba wa Yūki (2000, CX) – as Hikita
  • Hyaku-nen no Monogatari (2000, TBS) – as detective
  • Seicho Matsumoto Tokubetsu Kikaku Kiken na Shamen (2000, TBS) – as Detective Kato
  • Naniwa Shōnen Tanteidan Episode 3 "Shinobu Sense to Ienakiko" (21 Oct 2000, NHK)
  • Doyō Wide Gekijō (EX)
    • Junsa Teppei no Suiri Nisshi 2 "Tasūketsu no Satsujin Mokugeki-sha 4 Tai 1 no Nazo!" (4 Aug 2001) – as Takashi Nanbu
    • Taxi Driver no Suiri Nisshi 17 "Tsuiseki suru Onna Jōkyaku no Himitsu" (12 Jul 2003) – as Yutaka Matsuda
    • Kogoro Akechi VS Kosuke Kindaichi "Mei Tantei Suiri Taiketsu! Honō no Fukanō Misshitsu Satsujin Trick" (26 Feb 2005) – as Middle-aged man of suicide uproar
    • Hōritsu Jimusho series – as Shigeharu Saeki
      • (1) "Jihaku no Fūkei" (12 Aug 2006)
      • (2) "Jūjika-gata ni Kasanaru Futatsu no Shitai" (12 Apr 2008)
      • (3) "Ashinoko Hotori Kōkyū Bessō Ji Renzoku Satsujin!" (4 Apr 2009)
    • Yame Ken no Onna series (ABC) – as Koosuke Aoi
      • (1) "Kenryoku ni Kusshinai! Chichi o Korosa re Kokoro Tojita Shōjo o Sukue!" (14 Nov 2009)
      • (2) "Satsujin o Inpei suru Kensatsu!? Otto wa Jisatsu janai!" (19 Feb 2011)
      • (3) "Kensatsu o Yameta Jōnetsu Bengoshi! Chichi o Korosa reta Nanbyō Shōjo o Sukue!" (21 Jul 2012)
      • (4) "Hanochi! ? Dōki o Kataranu Han'nin! Kieta Shimon no Nazo Iryū-hin ni Hisomu Fukushū Satsujin no Wana? Manamusume ni Semaru Shi no Time Limit" (21 Dec 2013)
    • Toge no Machi "Hakkotsu Shitai wa Hatsukoi no Hito no Aisoku!" (18 Jun 2011) – Shopkeeper of book store
    • Depart Shikake Hito! Tamami Tennōji no Satsujin Suiri 6 "Nerawa reta Dōsōkai! Hatsukoi no Hito ni Satsujin Giwaku?" (20 Jul 2013) – as Fumiaki Ono
    • Kirisaki Jack no Kokuhaku –Keiji Hayato Inukai– (18 Apr 2015) – as Coroner
  • Joshi-ana. (2001, CX) – as Masa Ishizuka (Director)
  • Koko dake no Hanashi Part 2 "Taxi Driver" (20 Jan 2001, EX)
  • Hero (2001, CX) – as Ryota Sakurazaka's father
  • Yome wa Mitsuboshi. (2001, TBS) – as Yukio Sasaki
  • Beauty 7 Episodes 5, 6 (2001, NTV) – as Super store manager
  • Sekai de Ichiban Atsui Natsu (2001, TBS)
  • Ikiru tame no Jōnetsu toshite no Satsujin (2001, EX) – as driver
  • Taiga drama (NHK)
  • Getsuyō Mystery Gekijō Bengoshi Bunsuke Igari 2 (11 Feb 2002, TBS) – as Prosecution witness Hiroshi Tsuchiya
  • Wedding Planner Sweet Delivery (2002, CX) – as Tsutomi Hamatani
  • Yoisho no Otoko (2002, TBS) – as Shiraishi's boss
  • Vitamin F Chapter 2 "Pandora" (2002, NHK) – as Takao
  • Kamaitachi no Yoru (3 Jul 2002, TBS) – as Shigeru Ishizuka
  • Kogoro Akechi Tai Kaijin Nijuu Mensou (27 Aug 2002, TBS) – as Detective Honda
  • Engisha. 6th: Mitsuo (2002, CX) – as F
  • Keiji Ichiro (2003, TBS) – as Detective Tsumanishi
  • Boku no Mahōtsukai (2003, NTV) – as Masakazu Kuroki
  • Koisuru Nichiyōbi Episode 26 "Shibuya de 5-ji" (25 Sep 2003, BS-TBS) – as Riyuichi Sasaki
  • Satōkibi Batake no Uta (28 Sep 2003, TBS)
  • Love Judge (2003, TBS)
  • Yankee Bokō ni Kaeru (2003, TBS) – as Makoto Saruwatari (science teacher)
  • Dokushin 3!! (2003, EX) – as General Manager Kaneko
  • Fire Boys –Megumi no Daigo– (2004, CX) – as Dr. Banjo
  • Kasai no Hito (2004, TBS) – as Shohei Arisugawa
  • Getsuyō Drama Series Nebaru Onna (2004, NHK) – as Kazushi Saegusa
  • Aibō Season 3 Episode 9 "Sennyū Sōsa – Watashi no Kare o Sagashite!"
  • Fugo Keiji (2005, EX) – as Jun Suda
  • Nazo no Homepage Salaryman Neo (2005, NHK)
  • Engine (2005, CX) – as Sadao Hirayama
  • Slow Dance (2005, CX) – as Susumu Sousaka
  • Densha Otoko (2005, CX) – as Susumu Sousaka
    • Appeared in Slow Dance and Densha Otoko with the same name
  • Onna no Ichidaiki (2005, CX) – as Editor-in-chief of Takarazuka Revue Publishing Department
  • Shōakumana Onna ni naru Hōhō (2005, KTV) – as Black clothes man
  • El Popolachi ga yuku!! (2006, NHK) – as Mickey at rice shop
  • Gal Circle (2006, NTV) – as Yusaku Aikawa
  • Top Caster Episode 2 (2006, CX) – as Takashi Zaizen
  • Waga wa Ihashufu dearu (2006, TBS) – as Kogure
  • Honto ni atta Kowai Hanashi Special 6 Kamakura Mystery Tour SP "Soko ni iru!" (22 Aug 2006, CX)
  • Chibi Maruko-chan (2006, CX) – as Nakano-san
  • Kiraware Matsuko no Isshō (2006, TBS) – as Jiro Ide
  • Yakusha Damashī! Episode 7 "Honnouji vs Dekichatta Kekkon" (28 Nov 2006, CX) – as Audition participant
  • Waraeru Koi wa shitakunai (2006, TBS) – as Tsugunai customer
  • Iwo Jima –Senjō no Yūbinhaitatsu– (2006, CX) – as Masao Terashima
  • Sailor Suit and Machine Gun (2006, TBS) – as veterinarian
  • Seicho Matsumoto Drama Special Nami no Tō (2006, TBS) – as Officer Kimoto
  • Kayō Drama Gold (NTV)
    • Gendai ni Yomigaetta Yami no Shi Okito Anata no Urami Harashimasu (16 Jan 2007) – as Daimon Nakamura
    • Seicho Matsumoto Special Chihōshi o Kau Onna (30 Jan 2007) – as Aiken station dining shop owner
  • Enka no Joō (2007, NTV) – as Keiji Nurumizu
  • Era itokoro ni Totsui deshimatta! (2007, EX) – as Tamotsu Moriyama
  • Kaettekita Jikō Keisatsu Episode 1 (2007, EX) – as Kiyohiko Kendo
  • Kiseki no Dōbutsuen 2007 –Asahiyama Dōbutsuen Monogatari (2007, CX) – as Ranch farmer Kosaku Kakiuchi
  • Yama Onna Kabe Onna (2007, CX) – as Tadashi Kuzuma
  • Kyonen Renoir de (2007, TX) – as sunglasses man
  • Deru Toko Demasho (22 Sep 2007, CX) – as Kotaro Asou
  • Hadaka no Taishō –Hōrō no Mushi ga Ugoki Dashitanode– (2007, CX) – as thief
  • Wachigai Yaitosato –Onna-tachi no Shinsenkumi– (2007, TBS) – as Jūsuke Hirama
  • Nodame Cantabile in Europe (4 Jan 2008, CX) – as Hiroshi Hara
  • Ashita no, Kita Yoshio –Sekaiichi Fuun na Otoko no, Kiseki no 11-kakan– (2008, KTV) – as Katayama
  • Loss:Time:Life (2008, CX) – as Yuzo Omoto
  • Moriyama-ka no Ō Panic! (20 Mar 2008, NHK)
  • Shūkan Yoko Maki "Keshiki no Kireina Toko ni Ikou" (2008, TX) – as Manjōme
  • Furuhata Ninzaburō (14 Jun 2008, CX) – as Onoda
  • Monster Parent (2008, KTV) – as Kazuaki Koyama
  • Otaiba Tantei Shūchishin Hexagon Satsujin Jiken (6 Aug 2008, CX) – as hire driver
  • Tonsura (4 Oct 2008 –, NTV) – as Hidehiko Yabuta
  • Koi no kara Sawagi –Love Stories V– "Kinboshi kara Kita Onna" (10 Oct 2008, NTV)
  • The Prologue Nukumizu "Pekin Hanten" (2008, Fuji TV On Demand)
  • Anmitsu Hime 2 (11 Jan 2009, CX) – as Mocho Gohei
  • Chance! –Kanojo ga Seikō shita Riyū– (7 Mar 2009, CX) – as Satoshi Omuro
  • Handsome Suits The TV (31 Mar 2009, CX) – as Shiraki
  • Boss (Apr–Jun 2009, CX) – as Keisuke Yamamura
    • Boss 2nd Season (Apr–Jun 2011, CX) – as Keisuke Yamamura
  • Kosodate Play & More (8 Jul 2009 –, MBS) – Quasi-regular/as Hiroshi Mori
  • Ningen Dōbutsuen (19 Jul 2009, Wowow)
  • Kochira Katsushi-kaku Kameari-kōen Maehashutsujo (19 Sep 2009, TBS) – as Professor
  • Getsuyō Meisaku Gekijō (TBS)
    • Tax Inspector Madogiwa Taro: Case File 19 (12 Oct 2009) – as Atsushi Seto
    • Mitsuhiko Asami Series 29 (7 Feb 2011) – as Inspector Mizuno
    • Shinano no Colombo Series – as Ryosuke Maruyama
      • (1) "–Shisha no Kodama–"
      • (2) "Togakushi Densetsu Satsujin Jiken" (24 Nov 2014)
      • (3) "–Kitaguni Kaidō Satsujin Jiken–" (14 Nov 2016)
    • SRO –Keishichō Kōiki Sōsa Sennin Tokubetsu Chōsa-shitsu– (9 Dec 2016) – as Ichiro Kondo
  • JNN 50 Shūnenkinen Chichiyo, anata wa erakatta – 1969-nen no Oyaji to Boku (16 Nov 2009, TBS)
  • Yoichi Shimizu no Shinu kato Omotta (29 Dec 2009, THK) – Navigator
  • Shinshun Drama Special Fukusuke (4 Jan 2010, THK) – as Otaguro
  • Murder at Mt. Fuji (11 Jan 2010, TBS)
  • Kenkyaku Shōbai Special Dōjō Yaburi (5 Feb 2010, CX) – as Nanri Takatsuki
  • Yamato nadeshiko Shichi Henge (5 Feb 2010, TBS) – as Kurume
  • Yume no Mitsuke-kata Oshietaru! 2 (13 Mar 2010, CX) – as salaryman
  • Kiri no Hata (16 Mar 2010, NTV) – as national elected counsel
  • Wagaya no Rekishi (9 Apr 2010, CX) – as Priest
  • Pandora II Kiga Rettō (Apr–May 2010, Wowow) – as Mysterious man Q
  • Tsuki no Koibito (May 2010 –, CX) – as Tokita
  • Sandaime Kogoro Akechi –Kyō mo Meichi ga Korosareru– (3 Jun 2010, MBS) – as Minori Makoto
  • Trouble Man (4 Jun 2010, TX) – as Daisuke Katsura
  • Doku Tomato Satsujin Jiken (1 Jul 2010, EX) – as Inundated investigator
  • Keibuho Jotaro Sasaki (13 Aug 2010, CX) – as Koji Takeyama
  • Kikoku (14 Aug 2010, TBS) – as Senior Sakamoto
  • GM – Odore Doctor Episode 9 (12 Sep 2010, TBS) – as Koichi Kogure
  • Mori no Asagao (Oct–Dec 2010, TX) – as Toshiki Soo
  • Chizuru Katsura Shinsatsu Nichiroku Episode 10 "Mono Iwanu Sakebi" (13 Nov 2010, NHK) – as Tokuzo
  • Rei Nōryoku-sha Kyoko Odagiri no Uso Episode 6, Final Episode (14 Nov, 5 Dec 2010, EX) – as Tsutomu Karagi
  • Ojīchan wa 25-sai (16 Nov 2010, TBS) – as Camera clerk
  • Sazae-san 3 (2 Jan 2011, CX) – as Sushi Shop employee
  • Shinshun Drama Tokubetsu Kikaku "Akai Yubi–Shinsanmono Kyoichiro Kaga Futatabi! (3 Jan 2011, TBS) – as Akio Maehara's colleague
  • Ikon ari Meiji Jū San-nen Saigo no Adauchi (26 Feb 2011, EX) – as Taiboku
  • Urakara Episodes 10–12 (25 Mar, 1, 8 Apr 2011, TX) – as Masamichi Kai
  • Meitantei Conan Shinichi Kudo e no Chōsen-jō –Kaichō Densetsu no Nazo– (15 Apr 2011, YTV)*unnamed
  • Shiawase ni narōyo (16 May 2011, CX) – Keisuke Yamamura*Collaboration with Boss
  • Masashi Sada Drama Special Furusato –Musume no Tabidachi– (5 Jul 2011, CX) – as Saburo Sugimoto
  • Nazotoki wa Dinner no ato de Episode 3 (1 Nov 2011, CX) – as Tadahiko Kobayashi
  • Mito Kōmon Dai 43-bu Episode 17 "Giwaku ni Michita Ame no Yado -Kisarazu-" (14 Nov 2011, TBS) – as Yoshisuke
  • Hōkago wa Mystery to tomoni 3 times front/back (21, 28 May 2012, TBS) – as Toshiyuki Kadokura
  • Naniwa Shōnen Tanteidan (Jul–Sep 2012, TBS) – as Masao Harada
  • Kuroi Jū-ri no Hitomi Kuroki. "Kuroi Part Timer" (9 Sep 2012, NHK BS Premium)
  • Tōkyō Zenryoku Shōjo (Oct–Dec 2012, NTV) – as Jusuke Tamagawa
  • Hitori Shizuka Episodes 3, 4 (4, 11 Nov 2012, Wowow) – as Mitsuru Yabe
  • Koisuru Hae Onna (Nov–Dec 2012, NHK) – as Tetsuro Omori
  • Yūsha Yoshihiko to Akuryō no Kagi Episode 4 (2 Nov 2012, TX) – as ghost of a former village mayor
  • Kodoku no Gourmet Season 2 Episode 9 (5 Dec 2012, TX) – as Kameda
  • Suiyō Mystery 9 (TX)
    • Tokumei Obasan Kenji! Ayano Hanamura no Jiken File series – as Iwao Ujitani
      • (1) "10 Oku no Tochi ga tatta 500 Man-en! Abunai Sagi Renzoku Satsujin Ura Teguchi! Batsuichi Kozure Kenji no Ikari ga Abaku Kyoaku no (Hi) Chōbo" (26 Dec 2012)
      • (2) "10-Sai no Musuko no Sakebi! Tōsan wa Satsujin-han janai! 2Tsu no Mikaiketsujiken to Kieta Kioku… 99% no Kengi wa Haraseru ka!?"
    • Sakka Tantei Misa Yamamura 3 (6 Nov 2013) – as Old priest
  • Shōgatsu Jidaigeki Oyari Haishaku –Yoidore Kotōji Tomegaki– (1 Jan 2013, NHK) – as Moriharu Mori
  • Otasuke-ya Jinpachi Episode 1 (10 Jan 2013, YTV) – as Juzo Ono
  • Inochi no ashi ato (27 Jan 2013, NHK BS Premium) – as Yoshimitsu Midorikawa
  • dinner Episode 9 (10 Mar 2013, CX) – as Repairman
  • Sodomu no Ringo – Lot o Koroshita Musume-tachi (Mar–Apr 2013, Wowow) – as Toshimichi Horita
  • Meshibana Deka Tachibana (Apr–Jun 2013, TX) – as Deputy Director Konno
  • Otenki Onēsan Episode 1 (Apr–Jun, EX)
  • Furueru Ushi (Jun 2013 –, EX)
  • Doyō Drama Nanatsu no Kaigi (Jul–Aug 2013, NHK) – as Masahiko Sagawa
  • Premium Yoru Drama Kuro Neko, tokidoki Hanaya Episode 3 (15 Oct 2013, NHK BS Premium) – as Akihiro Miyagawa
  • Koroshi no Joōbachi Episode 7 (15 Nov 2013, TX) – as Mister M
  • The Genie Family (17 Nov 2013, CX) – as Yotaro Yodayama
  • Shinichi Hoshi Mystery SP "Nana-ri no Hanzai-sha" (15 Feb 2014, CX) – as employee
  • Tokushū Drama Ikitai Tasuketai (11 Mar 2014, NHK) – as Masaru Hatta
  • Bungō no Kusai (30 Mar 2014, BS Japan) – as Kuroda Desk
  • Kinyō Premium (CX)
    • Keishichō Sōmu-bu Enmusubi-ka Hana Sakurai no Jiken File (16 May 2014) – as Shin Inuzuka
    • Keppeki-kun no Satsujin File series – as Yutaro Hayami
      • (1) "Kegareta Jōtaijō" (26 Sep 2014)
      • (2) "Geinō-kai 'The Scandal'" (19 Jun 2015)
    • Ōoku Part 2 "Higeki no Shimai"
  • Hero Episode 4 (4 Aug 2014, CX) – as Katsuo Koganzawa
  • Premium Drama Soko o Nantoka Episode 7 (14 Sep 2014, NHK BS Premium) – as Tominaga
  • Zannen na Otto. (Jan–Mar 2015, CX) – as Mysterious man
  • Doyō Original Drama Renzoku Drama W Yami no Bansō-sha (Apr 2015 –, Wowow) – as Master
  • NHK Special "Watashi ga Aisuru Nihonjin e –Donald Keen Bungō to no 70-nen–" (10 Oct 2015, NHK G) Drama part – as taxi driver
  • Hiru no Sento Sake Episode 1 (9 Apr 2016, TX)[6]
  • Bar Lemon Heart Episode 4 (25 Apr 2016, BS Fuji) – as Masao Tomobe (Ichiro Nakamura)
  • Noboru Tachibana Seishun Tebikae 5th (10 Jun 2016, NHK BS Premium) – as Yamori no Sukegorō
  • Hope: Kitai Zero no Shinnyu Shain (2016) – as Kazuhisa Miyawaki
  • Mobōhan (2016) – as Hiromitsu Sakazaki
  • Shizumanu Taiyō (2016, Wowow) – as Mamoru Hosoi
  • Keiji Hayato Inukai (24 Sep 2016, EX) – as Coroner
  • Hissatsu Shigoto Hito 2016 (25 Sep 2016, ABC, EX) – as Yasuke
  • Yamame Nikki –Onna-tachi wa Itadaki o Mezashite– (6–13 Nov 2016, BS Premium) – as Hidenori Kanzaki
  • Kasei Otto no Mitazono (2016) – as Yasushi Matsumaru
  • Rental no Koi (19 Jan 2017 –, TBS) – as Akiramono Takami
  • Tōga no Hito (5 Apr 2017, TX) – as Station attendant
  • Ko-shoku Robot (2017, NTV) – as Ayumu Masuzawa
  • Majide Kōkai shitemasu. (2017, MBS) – as Yonosuke Hayashida
  • Chinmoku Hōtei (24 Sep 2017, Wowow) – as Yuya Shimada
  • Chichi, Nobunaga (7 Oct 2017, TBS) – as Tsuyoshi Miura
  • Shinano no Colombo 5 (20 Nov 2017) – as Ryosuke Maruyama
  • Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger (11 Feb 2018 –, EX) – as Kogure[7]

Web drama[edit]

  • Gakuen Sennyū-gata Renai Drama High School Drive –Megasameta-ra Kōkōseidatta– (2012, BeeTV) – as "I" (voice appearance)
  • Hibana Episodes 1, 2 (3 Jun 2016, Netflix) – as Mochizuki
  • Happy Marriage!? (Jun 2016, Amazon Prime Video) – as Yuji Kotoriasobu

Films[edit]

  • Nakayubi Hime (1993)
  • 119 (1994) – as Yuichi Nakae
  • The Fighter Food (1995)
  • Nozokiya (1995)
  • Chikan Nikki Shiri o Nade mawashi tsudzuketa Otoko (1995)
  • Chikan Nikki 2 Shiri o Nade mawashi tsudzuketa Otoko (1995)
  • Chikan Nikki 4 Shiri o Nade mawashi tsudzuketa Otoko (1996)
  • The Human Chair (1996) – as Yoshimura
  • Love Hotel no Yoru 2 (1996)
  • Tokyo Biyori (1997) – as Shinozaki
  • Begging for Love (1998)
  • Ikinai (1998)
  • Bayside Shakedown: The Movie (1998) – as Wanggang Department Accounting Division Manager
  • Hōfuku 2 (1999) – as Cambodian roulette contestant
  • Nekketsu! Nidaime Shōten Machi (1999)
  • Godzilla 2000 (1999) – as train customer
  • Tomie (1999) – as Restaurant manager
  • Mamotteagetai! (2000) – as Hajime Chitose
  • Go (2001) – scary storyteller (Kinasa Katsura)
  • Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack (2001) – as utility man
  • Dodge Go! Go! (2002) – as Kiyoshi Yamada
  • 1980 (2003)
  • Babaa Zone "Hadee Hendrix Monogatari" (2004)
  • Tokyo Noir (2004)
  • Shichinin no Tomurai (2005) – as Haruki Yokoyama
  • Fry, Daddy, Fry (2005) – as Mochizuki
  • Yume no Naka e (2005) – as Director
  • Turtles Are Surprisingly Fast Swimmers (2005) – as Pama store uncle
  • Always Sanchōme no Yūhi (2005) – as Yoshida of bicycle shop
  • Damejin (2006) – as Kahoru
  • Trick Gekijō-ban 2 (2006) – as Field director who collapsed with unknown disease
  • Love Com (2006) – as Usui-sensei
  • Otoko wa Sore o Gaman dekinai (2006) – as Eggplant Oyaji
  • Inugoe Shiawase no Nikukyū (2006) – as Masa Hamano
  • Mayonaka no Shōjo-tachi (2006) – as Homeroom Teruya
  • Yoru no Picnic (2006)
  • Sauce no Kobin (2006)
  • Tokyo Friends (2006)
  • Udon (2006) – as store clerk
  • Sidecar ni Inu (2007) – as Jigoro Masuda
  • Callaway (2007) – Starring in one chapter of omnibus film "Kami-sama Mōichido dake"
  • Waruboro (2007) – Bide-chan's father
  • Sai-Ren (2007) – as Fuyuki
  • Always Zoku Sanchōme no Yūhi (2007) – as Yoshida (bicycle shop)
  • Patchigi! Love&Peace (2007) – as Master
  • Ito no Hanashi (2008) – Starring: as Ito
  • Hito no Sex o Warau na (2008) – as Mr. Yamada
  • Tsukiji Uogashi Sandaime (2008) – as Alps master husband
  • Jirochō Sangokushi (2008) – as Ishimatsu in forest
  • Handsome Suits (2008) – as Mysterious man
  • GS Wonderland (2008) – as Muneo Okouchi
  • 252 Seizon-sha ari (2008) – as Haruo Tsudanuma
  • The Setting Sun (2009) – as Jiro Uehara
  • Yamagata Scream (2009) – as Yoichi Nukumizu
  • Seaside Motel (2010) – as Mysterious man Pepe
  • Neck (2010) – as Okada
  • Ghost: Mouichido Dakishimetai (2010) – as man who died in ambulance
  • Sakuradamon Gainohen (2010) – as Yoichi
  • Leonie (2011) – as Hōmei Iwano
  • Fly! –Heibon na Kiseki– (2011, Okinawa International Film Festival Feature Program Peace Screening Work) – as Alien Shikata
  • High School Debut (2011) – as Usui-sensei, Nuku-kō
  • Avatar (2011) – as Kotaro Higashibeppu
  • Hoshi Mamoru Inu (2011) – as Recycle shop Kappa manager, Tomita
  • Always Sanchōme no Yūhi '64 (2012) – as Yoshida (bicycle shop)
  • Tenshin (2013) – as Kanō Hōgai
  • Pecoross' Mother and Her Days (2013, Director Azuma Morisaki)
  • Abudakuti (2013, Director Yūdai Yamaguchi) – Starring: as Atsushi Chiba
  • Tigermask (2013, Director Ken Oshikari) – as Kotaro Wakatsuki
  • Asahiruban (2013, Director Jūzō Yamasaki) – as Yasunaga (Doctor at Fujimoto General Hospital in Miyazaki, Sachiko's doctor)
  • Mugiko-san to (2013, Director Keisuke Yoshida)
  • Nekosamurai (2014) – as Jinta
  • Little Forest (Shochiku Media Division) – as Shigeyuki
    • Natsu-hen Aki-hen (Published 30 Aug 2014)
    • Fuyu-hen Haru-hen (Published 14 Feb 2015)
  • Miracle Debikuro-kun no Koi to Mahō (22 Nov 2014)
  • Sōon (23 May 2015) – as Hiroshi Awaji
  • Chinyūki (27 Feb 2016) – as Taizo Nakamura
  • Ayashii Kanojo (1 Apr 2016) – as Photographer owner[8]
  • Sabuibo Mask (11 Jun 2016) – as Torani[9]
  • Kin Medal Otoko (22 Oct 2016, Director Teruyoshi Uchimura) – as Takeoka who became adult
  • Summer Song (2016) – as Makoto's father
  • JK Ninja Girls (17 Jul 2017. Director Genta Sato) &ndash as Shigeru Sarutobi
  • Koi to Uso (14 Oct 2017, Director Ken Furusawa) – as crepe shop uncle

Original DVD[edit]

  • Yoichi Nukumizu-Terumi Yoshida no Kiyowana Otoko no Hankō-jutsu <Katei-hen> (2008)
  • Nukunuku (2009) – as Yamada-san

Stage[edit]

  • 1988–94*Appeared in the performances from the launch performance of the theatre company Otona Keikaku to departure
  • Fukusuke (1991)
  • Jinsei no Imi San Shin no Tanoshimi (1991)
  • Ichigao no Saka (1992)
  • Hinemi (1992)
  • Chikaku no Niwa (1995)
  • Kurutte mo Daisuki (1995)
  • Suchadara 2010 (1996)
  • -Nandaka wakaranai Basho o Mezashite- Ki chatta (1997)
  • Hanasaku-ka no Monogatari (1997)
  • 14-Sai no Kuni (1998)
  • Suna ni Shizumu Tsuki (1999)
  • Nana-ri gurai no Heishi (2000)
  • O.N Avec Homerun (2000)
  • Yūjō Shigoki Kyōshitsu (2001)
  • No Art No Life (2001, 2011)
  • Hikoma ga yuku (2002)
  • Ame ga Kuru (2002)
  • Okepi! (2003)
  • The Dinner Game (2003)
  • Joker (2004)
  • Banana ga Sukinahito (2004)
  • Atama Byon kokoro no Jū (2004)
  • O.N Avec Homerun 3 Atama Byon kokoro no Jū (2004)
  • Suna no Ue no Shokubutsu-gun (2005)
  • Democracy (2005)
  • 12-Ri no Yasashī Nihonjin (2005–06)
  • Kojika Monogatari (2006)
  • O.N Avec Homerun 3 Best (2006)
  • Mercy! Bokuu? (2007)
  • O.N Avec Homerun 4 September Hall –– (2007)
  • Warsaw no Hana (2009)
  • O.N Avec Homerun 5 100 (2009)
  • O.N Avec Homerun 6 Box (2011)
  • Press (2012)
  • Usani (2012)
  • Gorinjū (2014)
  • Nana-ri kurai no Heishi (2015)
  • Kanrinin (2017)

Anime films[edit]

CD[edit]

  • "Maharaja Superstar": Ota Crew and Yoichi Nukumizu (9 Aug 2006)
  • "Anata no Furi o shite": The Fresh Four (Yoichi Nukumizu, Yasuhito Hida, Kouichi Oohori, Toshifumi Muramatsu)*(21 Nov 2008. GS Wonderland Insertion Song)

Narration[edit]

  • Baka Mukashi Banashi anime DVD (2011)
  • Baka Mukashi Banashi –Sono Ni– anime DVD (2011)
  • Baka Mukashi Banashi –Jijī Wars– anime DVD (2013)

Variety[edit]

  • Jōdangahō II (1989, CX)
  • Tsubure Sō Monogatari (1992, YTV)
  • Naoto Takenaka no Koi no Vacance (1994, EX)
  • Dekameron (1997, TBS)
  • Odoru! Sanma Goden!! occasional appearances (NTV)
  • Downtown no Gaki no Tsukai ya Arahende!! Zettai ni Warattehaikenai Series (2004–10, NTV)
  • NTT Nishinippon Asomubi Mōuntantei Fūretsuhikaru no Jikenbo (23 Jan – 28 Mar 2007)
  • Oi! Nippon Watashi no Sukina Miyazaki-ken (10 Feb 2008 NHK-BS2)
  • TakaToshi & Nukumizu ga Iku Chīsana Tabi Series (CX)
    • TakaToshi & Nukumizu ga Iku I no Kashira-sen Chīsa na Tabi (8 Mar 2008)
    • TakaToshi & Nukumizu no Yuri kamome-zoi-sen Chīsa na Tabi (2 Aug 2008)
    • TakaToshi & Nukumizu ga Iku Ikegami-sen Chīsa na Tabi (28 Dec 2008)
    • TakaToshi-Nukumizu ga Iku Arakawa Tabi (9 May 2009)
    • TakaToshi-Nukumizu ga Iku Kyoto Arashiyama Romen Densha Umai Tabi (18 Oct 2009)
    • TakaToshi-Nukumizu no Setagayasen Rojiura Tabe makuri Tabi (27 Dec 2009)
    • TakaToshi-Nukumizu no Keiōsen Kuidaore Tabi (2 May 2010)
    • TakaToshi-Nukumizu ga Iku Manatsu no Enoden Tabe makuri Tabi (14 Aug 2010)
    • TakaToshi-Nukumizu ga Iku Ōimachi-sen Senen Nigitte Tabe makuri!! (21 Nov 2010)
    • TakaToshi-Nukumizu ga Iku! Kōhyō dai 2-dan Toden Arakawa-sen Senen Nigitte Tabe makuri!! (26 Dec 2010)
    • TakaToshi-Nukumizu ga Iku! 2011 Tōbu Isesaki-sen Senen Nigitte Tabe makuri!! (18 Jun 2011)
    • TakaToshi-Nukumizu ga Iku Marunouchi-sen Rojiura sanpo (24 Sep 2011)
    • TakaToshi-Nukumizu no Sōda! I no Kashira-sen Ekimae Shokudō ni Ikou! (27 Nov 2011)
    • TakaToshi-Nukumizu no Keikyū-sen Shukuba Machi no Roji Ura sanpo (18 Mar 2012)
  • Tonneruzu no Minasan no Okage deshita (CX)
  • Tu's Day Comics Samurai Tuto (2009, MBS)
  • Michikusa–Kuruma de Kimamani (Aug 2009, TX) Monthly, traveler
  • Tsuru Benokazoku ni Kanpai (2010, NHK G)
  • Shakai no Tobira (Apr 2011 –, NHK E) School broadcast for elementary school students, as guide
  • Milk Chapon –Minna no Milk Japan– (Apr 2011 –, TBS) Yutaka Miru-san
  • Zip! (May 2011 –, NTV) Zip! Premium "Bestseller Show"
  • Shimajirō Hesoka (Sep 2011, TX) Song corner
  • be Pokikkids (Apr 2012 –, BS Fuji) – as Nukkun
  • Bura Bura Saturday (Sep 2012 –, CX)
  • Ken Shimura no Baka Tonosama (11 Jan 2013, CX) – as Shadow of Baka
  • Yoga 5 (Apr 2013 –, NHK BS1)
  • Hanada Onsui Ojisanpo (31 Aug 2013 – 20 Dec 2014, TVA)
  • Kitto Yakudatsu? Kiki Kaihi-jutsu Onsui Kikiippatsu (Mar 2014 – Occasionally, NHK G) – Starring: Hot Water Chief (man with no luck in the world)
  • Dai 25-kai JNN Kyōdō Seisaku Bangumi Chikyū no Kodō Kazan (11 Feb 2015, Miyazaki Broadcasting Production, JNN) – Navigator
  • Tsukkomu Quiz Wonders 5th (19 Dec 2015, NHK G)

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References[edit]

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