Japan Academy Film Prize for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role

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Japan Academy Prize for Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Awarded forBest Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role
Country Japan
Presented byJapan Academy Prize Association
First awarded1978
Currently held by Kirin Kiki
Shoplifters (2019)
Website japan-academy-prize.jp

The Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role is an award presented annually by the Japan Academy Prize Association.

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At the 1st Japan Academy Prize ceremony held in 1978, Kaori Momoi was the first winner of this award for her role in The Yellow Handkerchief . Since its inception, the award has been given to 36 actresses. Kimiko Yo has received the most awards in this category with three awards. As of the 2019 ceremony, Kirin Kiki is the most recent winner in this category for her role as Hatsue Shibata in Shoplifters .

Winners

YearActressRole(s)FilmRef.
1977
(1st)
Kaori Momoi Akemi Ogawa The Yellow Handkerchief [1]
1978
(2nd)
Shinobu Otake Yoshiko Sakai
Haruko Mizuno
The Incident
Seishoku no Ishibumi
[2]
1979
(3rd)
Mayumi Ogawa Reiko Karasawa
Haru Asano
The Three Undelivered Letters
Vengeance Is Mine
[3]
1980
(4th)
Michiyo Ōkusu Shuko Aochi Zigeunerweisen [4]
1981
(5th)
Yūko Tanaka Ōei
Omatsu
Edo Porn
Eijanaika
[5]
1982
(6th)
Rumiko Koyanagi Yoshie Furuya To Trap a Kidnapper [6]
1983
(7th)
Atsuko Asano Tamako
Azusa Ogata
The Geisha
Dirty Hero(ja)
[7]
1984
(8th)
Kin Sugai Kikue Amamiya
Sen Nakamura
The Funeral
Hissatsu: Sure Death
[8]
1985
(9th)
Yoshiko Mita Sho Hatori
Noriko Narumi
W's Tragedy
Haru no Kane
[9]
1986
(10th)
Mieko Harada Keiko Yajima
Yae
Ms. Ohana
House on Fire
Kokushi Muso
Prussian Blue no Shōzō(ja)
[10]
1987
(11th)
Rino Katase Asami Enoki
Kikugawa
Yakuza Ladies 2(ja)
Tokyo Bordello(ja)
[11]
1988
(12th)
Eri Ishida Tae
Sakiko Taniguchi
Noe Itō
Wuthering Heights
Hope and Pain
A Chaos of Flowers
[12]
1989
(13th)
Etsuko Ichihara Senkichi MizutaBuddies(ja) [13]
1990
(14th)
Eri Ishida Michiko Hamasaki
Michiko Hamasaki
Mutsuko Miyabayashi
Tsuribaka Nisshi 2
Tsuribaka Nisshi 3(ja)
A Paucity of Flying Dreams
[14]
1991
(15th)
Emi Wakui Yōko Akiyama
Seiko Kawashima
No Worries on the Recruit Front
My Sons
[15]
1992
(16th)
Miwako Okamura Kogiku Kokuraya
Reiko
The Oil-Hell Murder
Netorare Sosuke
[16]
1993
(17th)
Kyōko Kagawa Professor's Wife Madadayo [17]
1994
(18th)
Shigeru Muroi Shizuko Ghost Pub [18]
1995
(19th)
Nobuko Otowa Toyoko Yanagawa A Last Note [19]
1996
(20th)
Eri Watanabe Toyoko Takahashi Shall We Dance? [20]
1997
(21st)
Mitsuko Baisho Masako Nakajima The Eel [21]
1998
(22nd)
Kumiko Asō Sonoko Manabe Dr. Akagi [22]
1999
(23rd)
Kayoko Kishimoto Kikujiro's Wife Kikujiro [23]
2000
(24th)
Mieko Harada Okin After the Rain [24]
2001
(25th)
Ko Shibasaki Tsubaki Sakurai Go [25]
2002
(26th)
Tanie Kitabayashi Grandma OumeLetter from the Mountain(ja) [26]
2003
(27th)
Eri Fukatsu Takiko Takezawa Like Asura [27]
2004
(28th)
Masami Nagasawa Aki Hirose Crying Out Love in the Center of the World [28]
2005
(29th)
Hiroko Yakushimaru Tomoe Suzuki Always Sanchōme no Yūhi [29]
2006
(30th)
Yū Aoi Kimiko Tanigawa Hula Girls [30]
2007
(31st)
Masako Motai(ja)Toyoko Kaneko I Just Didn't Do It [31]
2008
(32nd)
Kimiko Yo Yuriko Uemura Departures [32]
2009
(33rd)
Kimiko Yo Akemi Otake Dear Doctor [33]
2010
(34th)
Kirin Kiki Fusae Shimizu Villain [34]
2011
(35th)
Hiromi Nagasaku Kiwako Nonomiya / RutsuRebirth(ja) [35]
2012
(36th)
Kimiko Yo Tamiko Hamazaki Anata e [36]
2013
(37th)
Yōko Maki Yukari Saiki Like Father, like Son [37]
2014
(38th)
Haru Kuroki Taki Nunomiya The Little House [38]
2015
(39th)
Haru Kuroki Machiko Sata Nagasaki: Memories of My Son [39]
2016
(40th)
Hana Sugisaki Azumi Sachino Her Love Boils Bathwater [40]
2017
(41st)
Suzu Hirose Sakie Yamanaka The Third Murder [41]
2018
(42nd)
Kirin Kiki Hatsue Shibata Shoplifters [42]
2019
(43rd)
Masami Nagasawa Yang Duan He Kingdom [43]
2020
(44th)
Haru Kuroki Wakana KawakamiThe Asadas

Multiple wins

The following individuals received two or more Best Supporting Actress awards:

WinsActress
3Kimiko Yo
Haru Kuroki
2Mieko Harada
Eri Ishida
Kirin Kiki

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