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|Born||17 November 1936|
Hisashi Igawa (井川比佐志 born 17 November 1936) is a Japanese actor who has appeared in such films as Akira Kurosawa's Dodesukaden , Ran and Madadayo . He starred in Abe Kōbō's production of The Man Who Turned Into A Stick, a surrealist play, in 1969.
|Pitfall||A miner||Hiroshi Teshigahara||Lead role|
|1966||The Face of Another||Man with Mole|
|Dodes'ka-den||Masuo Masuda||Akira Kurosawa|
|Tora-san's Runaway||Tsuyoshi Kimura||Yoji Yamada|
|1977||The Far Road|
|1978||Double Suicide of Sonezaki|
|1985||Ran||Shuri Kurogane||Akira Kurosawa|
|1988||Tokyo: The Last Megalopolis||Ryokichi Tagami|
|1990||Dreams||Nuclear Plant Worker||Akira Kurosawa|
|1991||Rhapsody in August||Tadao||Akira Kurosawa|
|2000||After the Rain||Kihei Ishiyama||Takashi Koizumi|
|2004||Half a Confession||Keiichi Fujibayashi|
|2006||The Professor's Beloved Equation||Housekeeper Agent|
|2009||Mt. Tsurugidake||Nagamaru Saeki|
|2015||Have a Song on Your Lips||Takahiro Miki|
|2021||The Pass: Last Days of the Samurai||Takashi Koizumi|
|1983||Tokugawa Ieyasu||Okuhara Shinjūrō||NHK||Taiga drama|
Kōbō Abe, pen name of Kimifusa Abe, was a Japanese writer, playwright, musician, photographer and inventor. Abe has been often compared to Franz Kafka and Alberto Moravia for his modernist sensibilities and his surreal, often nightmarish explorations of individuals in contemporary society.
Jun Ishikawa was the pen name of a modernist author, translator and literary critic active in Shōwa period Japan. His real name was Ishikawa Kiyoshi.
The Face of Another is a 1966 Japanese New Wave film directed by Hiroshi Teshigahara and based on the 1964 novel of the same name written by Kōbō Abe. The story follows an engineer, Okuyama, whose face is severely burnt in an unspecified work-related accident and is given a new face in the form of a lifelike mask.
Pitfall, a.k.a. The Pitfall and Kashi To Kodomo, is a 1962 Japanese film directed by Hiroshi Teshigahara, written by Kōbō Abe. It was Teshigahara's first feature, and the first of his four film collaborations with Abe and Takemitsu, the others being Woman in the Dunes, The Face of Another and The Ruined Map. Unlike the others, which are based on novels by Abe, Pitfall was originally a television play called Purgatory (Rengoku). The film has been included in The Criterion Collection.
Kei Igawa is a Japanese left-handed pitcher. He played for the Hanshin Tigers and Orix Buffaloes of Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) and New York Yankees of Major League Baseball (MLB). He led all pitchers in the Central League for strikeouts in 2002, 2004 and 2006. He also played in the 2006 Major League Baseball Japan All-Star Series.
Good Morning Call is a Japanese shōjo manga series by Yue Takasuka that ran in the monthly magazine Ribon from 1997 to 2002. Part of the story has been adapted into an OVA. In 2007, a sequel manga, Good Morning Kiss, was serialized in Cookie. As of December 2019, eighteen volumes have been released.
Hisashi is a masculine Japanese given name. Its meaning differs depending on the kanji used to write it.
The Fossil is a 1975 Japanese film directed by Masaki Kobayashi and based on a 1965 novel by Yasushi Inoue. It was Japan's submission to the 47th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Yoshiyuki Baba, known professionally as Togo Igawa, is a Japanese actor who works primarily in British films and television.
Yusuke Igawa is a former Japanese football player who last played for Hong Kong Premier League club Eastern. He is currently the head coach of Hong Kong Third Division club Lansbury.
The Far Road is a 1977 Japanese film directed by and starring Sachiko Hidari. It was entered into the 28th Berlin International Film Festival.
Where Spring Comes Late is a 1970 Japanese film directed by Yoji Yamada.
The Long Darkness is a 1972 Japanese drama film directed by Kei Kumai. The film is about a young couple who get together despite the tragedy that befalls their lives. The film received several year end awards from Kinema Junpo and the Mainichi Film Awards.
Kiri no Hata is a 1965 Japanese film directed by Yoji Yamada. It is based on Seichō Matsumoto's novel of the same title.
Igawa is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Satomi Igawa is a former Japanese badminton player who affiliated with Sanko Co, Ltd. Igawa competed at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia in the women's doubles partnered with Hiroko Nagamine. Igawa started her badminton career when she was in grade 4 elementary school. She won the division two All Japan Junior Championships when she was in middle school. Before joining Sanko team, she was part of the NTT Tokyo team. Her best rank was in 17 position in the women's doubles event.
Home from the Sea is a 1972 Japanese drama film directed by Yoji Yamada and co-written by Yamada and Akira Miyazaki. Set on a small island in the Seto Inland Sea, the film follows the struggles of Seichi and Minko, a couple making a living by transporting rocks by boat and dumping them at construction sites. The film addresses their precarious livelihood and vanishing way of life.
Tempyō no Iraka is a 1980 Japanese film directed by Kei Kumai. The film deals Japanese missions to Tang China in the Heian Period. Based on Yasushi Inoue's novel "Tempyō no Iraka".
My Senpai Is Annoying is a Japanese romantic comedy manga series by Shiro Manta. It has been serialized online via Ichijinsha's Comic POOL digital manga magazine since 2017 and has been collected in six tankōbon volumes. The manga is licensed in North America by Seven Seas Entertainment. An anime television series adaptation by Doga Kobo has been announced.
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