|Mainichi Film Award for Best Actor|
|Awarded for||Best actor of the year|
The Mainichi Film Award for Best Actor is a film award given at the Mainichi Film Awards.
|1947||A Ball at the Anjo House||Masayuki Mori|
|1948||Children Hand in Hand||Chishū Ryū|
|1949|| The Quiet Duel |
|1950|| Kikyō |
|1951|| Inochi Uruwashi |
Umi no Hanabi
|1952|| The Flavor of Green Tea over Rice |
|1953|| Tsuma |
|1954|| The Sound of the Mountain |
|1955|| Meoto zenzai |
Watari Dori Itsu Kaeru
Jinsei Tonbo Gaeri
|1956|| Anata Kaimasu |
|1957|| Throne of Blood |
The Lower Depths
|1958||Hadaka no Taishō||Keiju Kobayashi|
|1959||Fires on the Plain||Eiji Funakoshi|
|1960||Kuroi Gashū||Keiju Kobayashi|
|1961|| Immortal Love |
The Human Condition
|1963|| Shiro to Kuro |
Eburi Manshi no Yūgana Seikatsu
|1964||Unholy Desire||Kō Nishimura|
|1965|| A Fugitive from the Past |
Nippon Dorobō Monogatari
|1966||The Pornographers||Shoichi Ozawa|
|1967||Wakamono Tachi||Kunie Tanaka|
|1968||The Human Bullet||Minori Terada|
|1969|| It's Tough Being a Man |
Tora-san's Cherished Mother
Kigeki Onna wa Dokyō
|1970||Where Spring Comes Late||Hisashi Igawa|
|1971|| Kaoyaku |
Inochi Bōni Furou
Kitsune no Kureta Akanbō
Zatoichi and the One-Armed Swordsman
|1972|| Kaigun Tokubetsu Nenshōhei |
|1973||Ningen Kakumei||Tetsurō Tamba|
|1974||Ranru no Hata||Rentarō Mikuni|
|1976||Yakuza Graveyard||Tetsuya Watari|
|1977||The Yellow Handkerchief||Ken Takakura|
|1978||The Demon||Ken Ogata|
|1979||Shōdō Satsujin Musukoyo||Tomisaburo Wakayama|
|1981||Muddy River||Takahiro Tamura|
|1983|| The Catch |
The Ballad of Narayama
|1984|| The Funeral |
|1985|| Fire Festival |
Haru no Kane
|1986||The Sea and Poison||Eiji Okuda|
|1987|| Wakarenu Riyū |
A Taxing Woman
|1988||Kaisha monogatari: Memories of You||Hajime Hana|
|1989|| Tsuribaka Nisshi 2 |
|1990|| Uchū no hōsoku |
|1991|| My Sons |
Mo no shigoto
Asian Beat: I Love Nippon
|1992|| The Games Teachers Play |
|1993||All Under the Moon||Gorō Kishitani|
|1994|| Gokudō Kisha 2 |
Like a Rolling Stone
|1995||Kamikaze Taxi||Kōji Yakusho|
|1996|| Shall We Dance? |
|1998||The Bird People in China||Masahiro Motoki|
|1999||Ano Natsunohi: Tondero Jīchan||Keiju Kobayashi|
|2000|| Gohatto |
Jirai o Fundara Sayōnara
|2001||Wasurerarenu Hitobito||Tatsuya Mihashi|
|2002|| The Twilight Samurai |
|2003|| Tsuribaka Nisshi 14 |
|2004||Blood and Bones||Takeshi Kitano|
|2005|| Rampo Noir |
|2006||What the Snow Brings||Kōichi Satō|
|2007||Talk Talk Talk||Taichi Kokubun|
|2009||Ultra Miracle Love Story||Kenichi Matsuyama|
|2010||Kokō no Mesu||Shinichi Tsutsumi|
|2012||Land of Hope||Isao Natsuyagi|
|2013||The Great Passage||Ryuhei Matsuda|
|2014||The Light Shines Only There||Gō Ayano|
|2015||Fires on the Plain||Shinya Tsukamoto|
|2016||The Long Excuse||Masahiro Motoki|
|2018||And Your Bird Can Sing||Tasuku Emoto|
|2019||Talking the Pictures||Ryo Narita|
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