|Directed by||Torajiro Saito|
|Written by|| Akira Fushimi (writer)|
Kihan Nagase (story)
|Produced by|| Shochiku |
Takashi Koide (producer)
|Music by||Tadashi Manjome|
Tokyo Kid (東京キッド) is a 1950 black-and-white Japanese film musical comedy and drama directed by Torajiro Saito.
Frédéric Boilet is a French cartoonist and a manga artist.
Kineo Kuwabara was a Japanese editor and photographer, known for photographing Tokyo for over half a century.
Yuasa Yoshiko was a Russian language scholar and translator of Russian literature in Shōwa period Japan.
Erika Umeda is a Japanese singer and former model. She was a member of the Japanese idol girl group ZYX and Cute up until departing to pursue a solo career in modeling. In 2013, she returned to her music career with the release of her debut solo single "Crush On You."
Mariko Shinoda is a Japanese singer, actress, fashion model, and former member of the Japanese idol group AKB48, in which she was the captain of Team A.
Megumi Murakami is a Japanese choreographer and former singer and actress. She first gained recognition when she joined Hello! Project Kids and later became the lead vocalist of the girl group Cute until her retirement in 2006.
Deep Throat in Tokyo is a 1975 Japanese pink film directed by Kan Mukai. It has a reputation as being the prolific director's "most notorious feature" and best known film.
Tokyo Girls' Style is a Japanese girl group formed in 2009, and was the first idol group created under Avex Trax after SweetS. The idol group originally consisted of five members: Miyu Yamabe, Hitomi Arai, Yuri Nakae, Konishi Ayano and Mei Shyoji. In December 2015, Konishi Ayano announced retirement from the idol group and the entertainment industry.
Postcard is a 2010 Japanese drama film written and directed by Kaneto Shindō. It was Shindō's last film before his death in 2012 at age 100. The film is set during and after the Pacific War and deals with the effect of the death of soldiers on their families. It is loosely based on Shindō's wartime experiences.
Shiho is an actress and model. Her agency is Stardust Promotion.
Tokyo Family is a 2013 Japanese drama film directed by Yōji Yamada. It is a remake of the Japanese film Tokyo Story.
Yuki Tanada is a Japanese film director and screenwriter.
"Onna no Ko wa Dare Demo", also known by its English name "Fly Me to Heaven", is one of the A-sides of the single "Sora ga Natteiru/Onna no Ko wa Dare Demo" by Japanese rock band Tokyo Jihen, led by musician Ringo Sheena. It was released digitally in April 2011, and physically on May 11, 2011, after being postponed since February. The song was featured in a national campaign for Shiseido's Maquillage range of cosmetics in 2011, which featured Sheena as the spokesperson.
Mariko Seyama is a Japanese announcer and former model who is represented by the talent agency Horipro. She was an announcer for Nippon Television.
Sacred Heart School in Tokyo is a private school for girls in Shirokane, Minato, Tokyo. Founded in 1908, it serves grades 1–12, from elementary school through senior high school. It is a part of the Sacred Heart Schools network, affiliated with the University of the Sacred Heart in Tokyo.
Mariko Asabuki is a Japanese writer. Her novels have won the Akutagawa Prize and the Bunkamura Deux Magots Prize, and she was named one of Vogue Japan's 2011 Women of the Year.
Tokyo Joshi Pro-Wrestling, often abbreviated to TJPW, is a Japanese joshi puroresu or women's professional wrestling promotion founded in 2012 as a sister promotion of DDT Pro Wrestling. Initially running alongside other shows such as live music and other idol performances, it became its own standalone promotion starting on February 28, 2015. TJPW's biggest show of the year is the annual January 4th "Ittenyon" show held at Korakuen Hall.
Mariko Miura, better known under the stage name Arisu Jun, was a Japanese actress and singer, who was best known for starring in Mama wa Rival and Saramumu, and for her appearances in teleshopping alongside her husband Kōichi Miura.
Tokyo Revengers is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Ken Wakui. It has been serialized in Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine since March 2017. An anime television series adaptation by Liden Films aired from April to September 2021. A second season is set to premiere in January 2023. A live-action film adaptation was released in Japan in July 2021.
Children Drawing Rainbows, also known as Children Running Across the Rainbow, is a 1975 Japanese documentary film directed by Mariko Miyagi.