Akiko Koyama is a 87 years old female from Chiba, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Akiko is most well known for acting, and has 33 known credits, of which 31 are movies, and 2 are TV shows.
If you enjoy Akiko Koyama’s movies you should definitely watch In the Realm of the Senses (1976), as with 5.3 it is the highest rated movie Akiko has worked on!
The best rated movie Akiko Koyama has been a part of is the drama, romance movie In the Realm of the Senses, where they had the role of . It has a rating on Friendspire of 5.3 and 6.6 on IMDb.
Empire of Passion has a rating on Friendspire of 4.0 and 7.0 on IMDb . Akiko Koyama worked on this drama, horror movie as Mother of Landowner.
In Sing a Song of Sex Akiko Koyama was worked as Toast the Knowing. This drama movie has a rating on Friendspire of 4.0 and 6.5 on IMDb.
This drama movie has a rating on 5.0 on IMDb. In MacArthur's Children—Part II Akiko Koyama had the role of .
Akiko Koyama was a part of the movie My Bellett as Company president. This drama movie has a rating 6.9 on IMDb.
If you enjoy Akiko Koyama’s shows you should definitely watch Sanada Taiheiki (1985) has been a part of!!
The drama, history TV show Sanada Taiheiki has a rating 6.3 on IMDb. Akiko Koyama was Yamate-sama in this show!
Akiko Koyama’s birthday is on 27 January 1935.
Akiko Koyama is female.
Akiko Koyama was born in Chiba, Chiba Prefecture, Japan.
Akiko Koyama is most known for acting. Akiko has worked on 31 movies and 2 TV shows.
The best rated movie they have been a part of is In the Realm of the Senses, which has a score of 5.3.
The best rated tv show they have worked on is Sanada Taiheiki, which has a score of 0.0.
1976 . Drama, Romance . 1h 45m
Executive producer. A passionate telling of the story of Sada Abe, a woman whose affair with her master led to an obsessive and ultimately destructive sexual relationship.
1978 . Drama, Horror . 1h 45m
As Mother of Landowner. A young man has an affair with an older woman. He is very jealous of her husband and decides that they should kill him. One night, after the husband had plenty of sake to drink and was in bed, they strangle him and dump his body down a well. To avert any suspicions, she pretends her husband has gone off to Tokyo to work. For three years the wife and her lover secretly see each other. Finally, suspicions become very strong and people begin to gossip. To make matters worse, her husband's ghost begins to haunt her and the law arrives to investigate her husband's disappearance.
1967 . Drama . 1h 43m
As Takako Tanigawa. Four sexually hungry high school students preparing for their university entrance exams meet up with an inebriated teacher singing bawdy drinking songs. This encounter sets them on a less than academic path.
1987 . Drama . 1h 53m
Executive producer. A continuation of the story of the postwar years in the Japanese Inland Sea. Now a decade has passed. Two friends meet and decide to look for the beautiful girl with whom they went to school as children.
1964 . Drama . 27 m
As Company president. A promotional film for the automobile manufacturer Isuzu Jidosha directed by Nagisa Ôshima - an anthology of three stories.
1971 . Drama . 2h 3m
Executive producer. Oshima’s magisterial epic, centering on the ambivalent surviving heir of the Sakurada clan, uses ritual and the microcosm of the traditional family to trace the rise and fall of militaristic Japan across several decades.
1977 . Mystery . 1h 35m
As Michiko Kono. Masao is falsely accused and jailed for the murder of a loanshark to whom he owed a lot of money. His sister Kiriko makes the long trip to Tokyo, specifically to accost Otsuka, Japan's top criminal defence lawyer, and plead with him to take her brother's case. They live in Kitakyushu which, though a city, she contends that the local lawyers are not up to the job. Otsuka contemptuously brushes her off. A year passes. Masao has suicided in jail, his appeal having failed due to the lack of interest and competence of the local defence lawyer. Kiriko returns to Tokyo, planning revenge on Otsuka for refusing the case and causing her brother's death.
1983 . Romance, Drama . 1h 35m
As Chigusa Shido. Kleptomaniac Sonoko and young, beautiful Mitsuko begin an unusual love affair which develops fast into a kinky sexual love triangle when Sonoko’s husband gets involved.
1966 . Thriller . 1h 27m
Executive producer. Suspense film based on Ryuji Hori's non-fiction book about the kidnapping and murder of 4-year-old Yoshinobu Murakoshi in 1963.
1968 . Action, War, Mystery . 1h 29m
As Akiko. Spy-thriller set just before World War II.
1976 . Drama, Action, Crime . 1h 29m
As Yumi. Sakata protects a little boy while coping with rival gangs.
1967 . 1h 28m
Executive producer. Bungo is released from prison to find his son Kenichi in the care of strangers. Teruko, the woman originally looking after the boy, was forced to leave town and sell herself into prostitution. Bungo and Kenichi, in their search for Teruko, arrive in a new place and find work running a peddling stall for the upright Tatsumaki family. However, the drifting father and son soon find themselves caught up in a struggle for territory. Boss Negishi, the head of the yakuza family responsible for the death of the former Tatsumaki leader, will stop at nothing to take over the marketplace. Sickened by the injustice, Bungo takes on the rival boss knowing it might cost him his newly acquired freedom..
1960 . 1h 36m
Executive producer. A case of mistaken identity in which a woman assumes the role of widow to a man killed in a train accident.
1985 . Drama, History . 45 m
As Yamate-sama. This NHK drama tells the story of the Sanada family which rose to prominence in the Sengoku period. Originally serving the Takeda Clan they ruled the Chiisagata District of Northern Shinano, captured Numata Castle in NW Kozuke province, built Ueda Castle, and even defeated an attack by Tokugawa Ieyasu in 1585. Prominent Generals of that time period praised them for their military strength and witty strategies, regarding them as prized Warriors of the age. Many legends state that the family also raised and specially trained their own Ninja to carry out reconnaissance missions. These Ninja were also capable Warriors, believed to possess their own superhuman abilities. Their intelligence network for the Sanada Clan is said to spread across the entire country. Legend also says that Sanada Yukimura had 10 Ninja Heroes who took an active part at the Battles of Osaka Castle. They were called the 'Sanada Ten Braves' (Sanada Juyushi). This NHK Drama begins right after the death of Takeda Shingen and continues through the rise of Tokugawa Ieyasu who founded the Tokugawa Shogunate and covers roughly the period 1582 - 1615.