March 24, 1956
|Occupation||Comedian, television presenter|
Shinsuke Shimada (島田紳助, Shimada Shinsuke) is a Japanese comedian and television presenter. In 1991 he directed the film Kaze, Slow Down . On August 23, 2011, Shinsuke Shimada announced his retirement after admitting to having ties with organized crime.
Shimada is a city located in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan.
Shigetarō Shimada was an admiral in the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II. He also served as Minister of the Navy. He was convicted of war crimes and sentenced to life imprisonment.
Yōko Shimada is a Japanese actress. She is best known to Western audiences for her portrayal of Mariko in the 1980 miniseries Shōgun.
Shinsuke Nakamura is a Japanese professional wrestler and former mixed martial artist. He is currently signed to WWE, where he performs on the SmackDown brand.
Play Ball is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Akio Chiba. It ran in Weekly Shōnen Jump from 1973 to 1978,
The Deal is the Japanese franchise of the game show Deal or No Deal. It is hosted by Shinsuke Shimada and aired on the TBS network. So far, the show has been aired only twice: on September 8, 2006 as both a "birthday program" and a Friday-night Special and on April 5, 2007. While the show is called as such, Shimada uses the familiar catchphrase "Deal or No Deal".
The Princess Blade is a 2001 Japanese action film directed by Shinsuke Sato. It is a reimagining of the manga Lady Snowblood by Kazuo Koike and Kazuo Kamimura.
The M-1 Grand Prix, formerly known as the Autobacs M-1 Grand Prix, is an annual Manzai competition planned by Shinsuke Shimada and run by Yoshimoto Kogyo. The supporter Asahi Broadcasting Corporation broadcasts live throughout Japan via All-Nippon News Network.
Shimada Station is a railway station in the city of Shimada, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, operated by Central Japan Railway Company. The station is also a freight depot for the Japan Freight Railway Company.
Kazoku no Hi/Aburazemi♀ -Piano Version- is the eleventh single released by Japanese soloist misono. The single charted at No. 23 on the Oricon weekly charts and remained on the charts for three weeks.
Quiz! Hexagon II was a Japanese quiz variety show on Fuji Television, airing Wednesdays from 19:00-19:57 Japan Standard Time. The show began airing on October 19, 2005, ending on September 28, 2011 with 247 episodes aired; its predecessor, Quiz! Hexagon - This Evening is a Quiz Parade!! aired from June 5 through October 12, 2005.
Shinsuke Sato is a Japanese filmmaker, screenwriter and video game designer. He has directed several live-action film adaptations of manga and anime, including The Princess Blade (2001), Gantz (2011), I Am a Hero (2015), Bleach (2018), Inuyashiki (2018), and Kingdom (2019).
Kaze, Slow Down (風、スローダウン) is a 1991 Japanese film directed by Shinsuke Shimada.
Shinsuke is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
All-Star Thanksgiving Festival or commonly referred to as All-Star Thanksgiving is a Japanese television panel game and special program which airs twice a year in April and October on TBS since October 1991.
The Ayukawa Tetsuya Award is an annual Japanese literary award for unpublished mystery novels. It was established in 1990 by Tokyo Sogensha, a Japanese publisher mainly publishing genre fiction books. The winning novel is published by the publisher and the winner receives a statue of Arthur Conan Doyle.
Haruka Shimada is a former singer and actress who was a member of AKB48 and served as the team vice-captain of Team K. She was represented with Flave Entertainment.
Shimada is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Friday is a Japanese weekly magazine that contains celebrity gossip, politics, news, and porn. It is published by Kodansha. New issues are released every friday, hence the name.
Jimmy: The True Story of a True Idiot is a 2018 Japanese-language web television series directed by Mitsuno Michio and starring Akiyoshi Nakao, Tetsuji Tamayama and Hiroyuki Onoue. The plot revolves around simple-minded Hideaki Onishi as he meets series producer and Japanese comedy legend Sanma Akashiya, changes his name to Jimmy, and transforms into a comedy star. Jimmy’s comedy leans heavily on slapstick and silly humour, against a backdrop of drama which drives the narrative forward.