Takako Tokiwa

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Takako Tokiwa
Tokiwa Takako from "HANAGATAMI" at Opening Ceremony of the Tokyo International Film Festival 2017 (26331210448).jpg
Tokiwa at the 2017 Tokyo International Film Festival
Born (1972-04-30) April 30, 1972 (age 51)
Occupation Actress
Years active1991–present
Keishi Nagatsuka
(m. 2009)

Takako Tokiwa (常盤 貴子, Tokiwa Takako, born 30 April 1972 in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture) is a Japanese actress.



Tokiwa was nominated for the "Best Actress" award at the Japanese Academy Awards in 2005 for her performance in Akai Tsuki . [1]

She co-starred with Hidetoshi Nishijima in Amir Naderi's 2011 film Cut . [2]





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