Tokyo Playboy Club

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Tokyo Playboy Club
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Directed byYosuke Okuda
Written byYosuke Okuda
Produced byNaoki Kai
Starring Nao Ōmori
Ken Mitsuishi
Asami Usuda
CinematographyTakahiro Imai
Release date
  • February 4, 2012 (2012-02-04)(Japan)
Running time
96 minutes

Tokyo Playboy Club (東京プレイボーイクラブ) is a 2012 Japanese film directed by Yosuke Okuda. [1]



A stoic drifter (Nao Omori) hiding out at his friend's nightclub in Tokyo after blunt manslaughter.


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  1. HPriest (2011-11-04). "First trailer for "Tokyo Playboy Club" revealed". TokyoHive. Retrieved 2011-11-05.