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Directed by Hiroshi Ishikawa
Starring Yuka Itaya
Haruka Igawa
Ayano Nakamura
Music by Yoko Kanno
Release date
  • 2002 (2002)
Running time
127 minutes

Tokyo.sora is a 2002 Japanese drama film directed by Hiroshi Ishikawa. [1] [2]



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