Yui Natsukawa

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Yui Natsukawa
Born
Miki Miyagawa

(1968-06-01) June 1, 1968 (age 52)
Occupation Actress
Years active1987–present

Yui Natsukawa (夏川 結衣, Natsukawa Yui) is a Japanese actress. [1] She co-starred with Hiroshi Abe in the 2006 Japanese drama Kekkon Dekinai Otoko and in Hirokazu Kore-eda's 2008 film Still Walking . [2]

Contents

Filmography

Film

Television

Awards and nominations

YearAssociationCategoryNominated workResultRef.
1995 Yokohama Film Festival Best New ActressYoru ga Mata KuruWon [5]
1997Drama Academy AwardsBest Supporting ActressAoi ToriWon [6]
2001 Hōsō Bunka Foundation Award Best Actress (Television)Net ViolenceWon [7]
2001 Japanese Movie Critics Awards Best ActressAcacia no MichiWon [8]
2001Takasaki Film FestivalBest Supporting ActressDistanceWon [9]
2006Drama Academy AwardsBest Supporting ActressKekkon Dekinai OtokoWon [10]
2008 Nikkan Sports Film Award Best Supporting ActressStill WalkingWon [11]
2009Takasaki Film FestivalBest Supporting ActressWon [9]
2010Yokohama Film FestivalBest Supporting ActressThe Lone ScalpelWon [12]
2011 Mainichi Film Awards Best Supporting ActressWon [13]
2011 Japan Academy Prize Best Supporting ActressNominated [14]
2011Excellence AwardWon [14]
2011 Tokyo Sports Film Award Best Supporting ActressWon [15]

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