Mainichi Film Award for Best Actor

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Mainichi Film Award for Best Actor
Awarded forBest actor of the year
Country Japan
First awarded1947

The Mainichi Film Award for Best Actor is a film award given at the Mainichi Film Awards. [1] [2]

Award Winners

YearFilmActor
1947 A Ball at the Anjo House Masayuki Mori
1948 Children Hand in Hand Chishū Ryū
1949 The Quiet Duel
Stray Dog
Takashi Shimura
1950 Kikyō
Shikkō Yūyo
Shin Saburi
1951 Inochi Uruwashi
Umi no Hanabi
Chishū Ryū
1952 The Flavor of Green Tea over Rice
Dōkoku
Nami
Shin Saburi
1953 Tsuma
Fūfu
Ken Uehara
1954 The Sound of the Mountain
Kuroi Shio
So Yamamura
1955 Meoto zenzai
Keisatsu Nikki
Watari Dori Itsu Kaeru
Jinsei Tonbo Gaeri
Hisaya Morishige
1956 Anata Kaimasu
Taifū Sōdōki
Keiji Sada
1957 Throne of Blood
The Lower Depths
Shitamachi
Toshiro Mifune
1958 Hadaka no Taishō Keiju Kobayashi
1959 Fires on the Plain Eiji Funakoshi
1960 Kuroi Gashū Keiju Kobayashi
1961 Immortal Love
The Human Condition
Tatsuya Nakadai
1962 Ningen Taiji Tonoyama
1963 Shiro to Kuro
Eburi Manshi no Yūgana Seikatsu
Keiju Kobayashi
1964 Unholy Desire Kō Nishimura
1965 A Fugitive from the Past
Nippon Dorobō Monogatari
Rentarō Mikuni
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
Kiyoshi Atsumi
1970 Where Spring Comes Late Hisashi Igawa
1971 Kaoyaku
Inochi Bōni Furou
Kitsune no Kureta Akanbō
Zatoichi and the One-Armed Swordsman
Shintaro Katsu
1972 Kaigun Tokubetsu Nenshōhei
Dobugawa Gakkyū
Takeo Chii
1973 Ningen Kakumei Tetsurō Tamba
1974 Ranru no Hata Rentarō Mikuni
1975 Kaseki Shin Saburi
1976 Yakuza Graveyard Tetsuya Watari
1977 The Yellow Handkerchief Ken Takakura
1978 The Demon Ken Ogata
1979 Shōdō Satsujin Musukoyo Tomisaburo Wakayama
1980 Kagemusha Tatsuya Nakadai
1981 Muddy River Takahiro Tamura
1982Matagi Kō Nishimura
1983 The Catch
Yōkirō
The Ballad of Narayama
Ken Ogata
1984 The Funeral
Saraba Hakobune
Tsutomu Yamazaki
1985 Fire Festival
Haru no Kane
Kin'ya Kitaōji
1986 The Sea and Poison Eiji Okuda
1987 Wakarenu Riyū
A Taxing Woman
Masahiko Tsugawa
1988 Kaisha monogatari: Memories of You Hajime Hana
1989 Tsuribaka Nisshi 2
Rikyu
Rentarō Mikuni
1990 Uchū no hōsoku
Pachinko Monogatari
Masato Furuoya
1991 My Sons
Mo no shigoto
Asian Beat: I Love Nippon
Masatoshi Nagase
1992 The Games Teachers Play
Hikinige Family
Kyōzō Nagatsuka
1993 All Under the Moon Gorō Kishitani
1994 Gokudō Kisha 2
Like a Rolling Stone
Eiji Okuda
1995 Kamikaze Taxi Kōji Yakusho
1996 Shall We Dance?
Nemuru Otoko
Shabu Gokudō
Kōji Yakusho
1997 Onibi Yoshio Harada
1998 The Bird People in China Masahiro Motoki
1999 Ano Natsunohi: Tondero Jīchan Keiju Kobayashi
2000 Gohatto
Gojoe
Jirai o Fundara Sayōnara
Tadanobu Asano
2001 Wasurerarenu Hitobito Tatsuya Mihashi
2002 The Twilight Samurai
Sukedachiya Sukeroku
Hiroyuki Sanada
2003 Tsuribaka Nisshi 14
Get Up!
Toshiyuki Nishida
2004 Blood and Bones Takeshi Kitano
2005 Rampo Noir
Taga Tameni
Tadanobu Asano
2006 What the Snow Brings Kōichi Satō
2007 Talk Talk Talk Taichi Kokubun
2008Aoi Tori
Still Walking
Hiroshi Abe
2009 Ultra Miracle Love Story Kenichi Matsuyama
2010 Kokō no Mesu Shinichi Tsutsumi
2011 Moteki Mirai Moriyama
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
2017 Wilderness Masaki Suda
2018 And Your Bird Can Sing Tasuku Emoto
2019 Talking the Pictures Ryo Narita
2020 Underdog Mirai Moriyama

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References

  1. "コンクールの歴史" [History of Mainichi Film Award] (in Japanese). The Mainichi Newspapers. Retrieved 2015-04-19.
  2. "Mainichi Film Concours" (in Japanese). IMDb.com, Inc. Retrieved 2015-04-19.