|Years active||1980 –|
|Height||1.77 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Relatives||Morisho Kinashi (cousin)|
|Website||KinashiNoritake_Com Noritake Kinashi|
Noritake Kinashi (木梨 憲武, Kinashi Noritake, born 9 March 1962) is a Japanese comedian, actor, singer and artist. He is the short member of the comedy duo Tunnels, with whom he was a member of the pop group Yaen. His partner is Takaaki Ishibashi. He is the executive vice president of the entertainment office Arrival.
Kinashi's wife is actress Narumi Yasuda. His cousin is Liberal Democratic Party Suginami lawmaker Morisho Kinashi.
Kinashi had seven solo exhibitions by 2013, his style of painting is abstract based on the colour red, sketching letters in landscapes, and still life drawings with simple colour expression. While using his exhibitions using the interactive method of the internet, he can also handle character designs in video games.
|1996||Sendai The 77 Bank||Savings passbook|
|Noritarou nō, e hon'nō, hagaki nō||Character design; voice|
|1997||Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter||Picture book|
|2000||Noritake Kinashi no Tenran-kai||Exhibition|
|2003||Go With The Flow-ten|
|Dai 114-kai Anda Pandan-ten|
|Adagio Lounge classics||CD jacket|
|Tsugutoshi Goto do not disturb||Album cover|
|Kiichi Nakai Nikki||Book cover|
|2006||Shigeo Nagashima from Mizuno Corporation 3-Ban T-shirts||T-shirt design|
|2008||Noritake Kinashi: Iro no Sekai-ten in Kyoto||Exhibition|
|Noritake Kinashi Echibition|
|AFWP 2008 Japan Dai San-kai Sekai Heiwa Bijutsu Saiten|
|2009||Tokyo! Tokyo!! Tokyo!!! Ten|
|2010||Noritake Kinashi Spot Aoyama Tokyo 2010|
|2013||Noritake Kinashi Bijutsukan 2 Ai to Kibō to Hikari to Kapiolani Kōen to Watashi to Kyoto|
|2014||Noritake Kinashi-ten×20 years Inspiration: Shunkan no Kōkishin|
|2015||Noritake Kinashi Solo Exhibition|
|1996||Kenzaburō & George Yamamoto "Roman"|
|2002||Noritake Kinashi+Kiyoshiro Imawano "Ganbare Nippon"|
|2006||Ajisai "Futaridake no Sekai"|
|2015||Fumiya Fujii & Noritake & Hiromi "Tomoyo"|
|2003||Ryōma no Tsuma to sono Otto to Aijin|
|2004||Noritake Guide Free Live|
|2005||Noritake Guide 2 Peace Live|
|2006||Noritake Guide 3 –99975 Party Live–|
|2007||Noritake Guide 4 One Half Live|
(except guest appearance programmes)
|2012||Kinashi Mesen! Nori sun no Hawaii||BS Fuji||Appeared three times annually|
|2015||Yutaka-san to Noritake-chan! Tabi suru Aibō||TV Asahi|
|Noritake-Fumiya-Hiromi ga Iku! Camping Car Gasshuku: Deai-fureai shiawase tabi||Fuji TV|
|2001||Kinashi Cycle||Fuji TV|
|2002||Kinashi Guide Shūmatsu no Tatsujin|
|10 Karat||Appeared once a month|
Only for clarification (excluding guest appearance programmes)
|1993||Noritake Kinashi no Soccer da!||TV Asahi|
|1999||Nenmatsu Jumbo Nama Tokuban! Noritake-Hiromi to yu kaina Nakama ga TV de yaritakatta koto 50|
|2000||Noritake Kinashi no Tenran-kai||Fuji TV|
|Tokoro-Noritake-Hiromi no konna Bangumi Damedesuka?||TV Asahi|
|2002||Noritake Kinashi no Sekai no Soccer ga yattekimasu. Watashitachi no Kokorogamae||Fuji TV|
|Jidan: W-hai Hideo Fensetsu "10" no Keifu|
|2004||Oretachi no Zen Ei Open||TV Asahi|
|2005||Noritake Kinashi no Vs|
|2011||BS Asahi Kaikyoku 10-shūnen Special Noritake Kinashi no Design ttena nda!? Gaudi no Ai shita machi Barcelona-hen||BS Asahi|
|Iwai! Noritake Kinashi Seitan 50-shūnen hajimete no Kinashi||TV Asahi|
|2013||Noritake Kinashi New York MOMA no Nazo: Art ni naru Mono naranai Mono||BS Asahi|
|2015||Yutaka-san to Noritake-chan! Tabi suru Aibō||TV Asahi|
|Kinashi no E wa Sekai e! 53-Sai Shinjin Gaka no NY Funtō-ki||Fuji TV|
|2016||Soccer W Hai Ajia Saishū Yosen Ōen Bangumi: Supporters||TV Asahi|
|1997||3-Ban Table no Kyaku||Fuji TV||Also directed|
|1998||Amai Kekkon||Kitaro Tadano||Lead role|
|Koichimin Kane||Ken Nabeshima||Fuji TV||Lead role|
|2001||Natsuyasumi no Santa-san||NTV|
|2004||Otōto||Night train conductor||TV Asahi||Episode 3|
|Ningendamono: Mitsuo Aida Monogatari||Mitsuo Aida||Lead role|
|2010||Wagaya no Rekishi||Ken'ichi Enomoto||Fuji TV|
|2015||Yonimo Kimyōna Monogatari 25 Shūnenkinen! Aki no 2-shū Renzoku Special Kessaku Fukkatsu-hen: Omoide o Uru Otoko|
|2002||Ryōma no Tsuma to sono Otto to Aijin|
|2004||University of Laughs||Hidden cast|
|2006||Memories of Tomorrow||Cameo|
|2018||Inuyashiki||Ichiro Inuyashiki||Lead role|
|2003||Finding Nemo||Marlin||Japanese dub|
|2013||Walking with Dinosaurs||Patchi|
|2004||Noritake Guide Free Live|
|2005||Noritake Guide II Peace Live|
|2012||Noritake Guide 5.0|
|1997||Noritarou nō, e honnō, hagaki nō.||ISBN 4895883183|
|Noritarou nō, nuri e nō, hagaki nō.||ISBN 4895883191|
|2016||Iru yo!!||Kiyomi Sawa did the shrimp animation|
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