|Tokyo Sports Film Award for Best Actress|
|Awarded for||Best Performance by an Actress|
|Presented by||Tokyo Sports|
The Tokyo Sports Film Award for Best Actress is an award given at the Tokyo Sports Film Award.
|2||1992||Noriko Hanada (Takanohana Kenshi's mother)|
|13||2003||Asuka Kurosawa||A Snake of June|
|14||2004||Kyoko Fukada||Kamikaze Girls|
|15||2005||Kyōko Koizumi||Hanging Garden|
|16||2006||Yū Aoi||Hula Girls|
|17||2007||Jun Fubuki||Tamashii Moe!|
|18||2008||Tae Kimura||All Around Us|
|19||2009||Bae Doona||Air Doll|
|20||2010||Riisa Naka|| Time Traveller: The Girl Who Leapt Through Time |
Zebraman 2: Attack on Zebra City
|22||2012||Takako Matsu||Yume Uru Futari|
|23||2013||Yōko Maki||The Ravine of Goodbye|
|24||2014||Rie Miyazawa||Pale Moon|
|25||2015||Haruka Ayase||Umimachi Diary|
|26||2016||Rie Miyazawa||Her Love Boils Bathwater|
|27||2017||Masami Nagasawa||Before We Vanish|
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