|Tokyo Sports Film Award for Best Supporting Actor
|Best Performance by a Supporting Actor
The Tokyo Sports Film Award for Best Supporting Actor is an award given at the Tokyo Sports Film Award.This award is not only given to a person, but also a film character such as Mothra in 1992.
Keiko Matsuzaka's father
NHK special TV crew who played mountain sickness enthusiastically.
|Blood and Bones
|I Just Didn't Do It
Kondo wa Aisaika
| Like Father, Like Son
The Devil's Path
|In The Hero
|Masaomi Kondō, Akira Nakao, Toru Shinagawa, Ben Hiura, Kōjun Itō, Ken Yoshizawa, Akira Onodera, Ken Yasuda
|Ryuzo and the Seven Henchmen
|Ren Osugi, Nao Ōmori, Pierre Taki, Yutaka Matsushige, Tokio Kaneda
|The Blood of Wolves
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The Tokyo Sports Film Award are film-specific prizes awarded solely by the Tokyo Sports.
The Tokyo Sports Film Award for Best Film is an award given at the Tokyo Sports Film Award.
The Tokyo Sports Film Award for Best Actor is an award given at the Tokyo Sports Film Award. This award is not only given to a person, but also a film character such as Godzilla in 1992.
The Tokyo Sports Film Award for Best Actress is an award given at the Tokyo Sports Film Award.
The Tokyo Sports Film Award for Best Supporting Actress is an award given at the Tokyo Sports Film Award.
The Tokyo Sports Film Award for Best Director is an award given at the Tokyo Sports Film Award.
The Tokyo Sports Film Award for Best Newcomer is an award given at the Tokyo Sports Film Award.
The Tokyo Sports Film Award for Best Foreign Film is an award given at the Tokyo Sports Film Award.
The Tokyo Sports Film Award for Special Award is an award given at the Tokyo Sports Film Award.
The Tokyo Sports Film Award for Special Film Award is an award given at the Tokyo Sports Film Award. This award is established in 2004.
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