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Kanako Higuchi


25 Movies6TV shows
0/31 rated


About Kanako Higuchi

Kanako Higuchi is a 63 years old female from Kamo, japan. Kanako is most well known for acting, and has 31 known credits, of which 25 are movies, and 6 are TV shows.

Kanako Higuchi’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Kanako Higuchi’s movies you should definitely watch Casshern (2004), as with 7.1 it is the highest rated movie Kanako has worked on!

  1. Casshern (2004)
  2. Zatoichi (1989)
  3. Achilles and the Tortoise (2008)
  4. Ronin-gai (1990)
  5. Edo Porn (1981)

1. Casshern (2004 Movie)

The best rated movie Kanako Higuchi has been a part of is the drama, horror, science fiction movie Casshern, where they had the role of Midori Azuma. It has a rating on Friendspire of 7.1 and 6.0 on IMDb.

2. Zatoichi (1989)

Zatoichi has a rating on Friendspire of 4.0 and 7.1 on IMDb . Kanako Higuchi worked on this action, drama movie as Boss Han Bosatsu.

3. Achilles and the Tortoise (2008)

In Achilles and the Tortoise Kanako Higuchi was worked as Toast the Knowing. This comedy, drama movie has a rating on Friendspire of 1.0 and 7.3 on IMDb.

4. Ronin-gai (1990)

This history, drama, action movie has a rating on 6.7 on IMDb. In Ronin-gai Kanako Higuchi had the role of Oshin.

5. Edo Porn (1981)

Kanako Higuchi was a part of the movie Edo Porn as Onao. This drama, history, biography movie has a rating 6.4 on IMDb.

Kanako Higuchi’s highest rated TV shows

If you enjoy Kanako Higuchi’s shows you should definitely watch Detective Lovesick (2010) has been a part of!!

  1. Detective Lovesick (2010)
  2. Masamune Shogun (1987)
  3. Kotaki Brothers and Shikuhakku (2020)

1. Detective Lovesick (2010)

The comedy TV show Detective Lovesick has a rating 7.5 on IMDb. Kanako Higuchi was Tamae Aoki in this show!

2. Masamune Shogun (1987)

In Masamune Shogun Kanako Higuchi was Kanako Higuchi.

3. Kotaki Brothers and Shikuhakku (2020)

The third highest rated TV show Kanako Higuchi has worked on is the drama, comedy series Kotaki Brothers and Shikuhakku, where Kanako was Shimasu Yako.

Frequently asked questions

When was Kanako Higuchi born?

Kanako Higuchi’s birthday is on 13 December 1958.

What is Kanako Higuchi’s gender?

Kanako Higuchi is female.

Where was Kanako Higuchi born?

Kanako Higuchi was born in Kamo, japan.

What is Kanako most known for?

Kanako Higuchi is most known for acting. Kanako has worked on 25 movies and 6 TV shows.

What is Kanako Higuchi’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Casshern, which has a score of 7.1.

What is Kanako Higuchi’s highest rated tv show?

The best rated tv show they have worked on is Detective Lovesick, which has a score of 0.0.

Kanako’s Filmography

As Midori Azuma. Fifty years of war between the Great Eastern Federation and Europa - now merged as Eurasia - have taken their toll on planet Earth. As a result of the use of biological, chemical and nuclear weapons, much of Earth has become uninhabitable and people have become prey to new diseases. Professor Azuma's "neo-cell" project, which is supposed to be the answer to mankind's hardships, becomes a nightmare come true when mutants spawned from the experiment escape and declare war on the human race. Azuma's son Tetsuya, who was killed during the previous war, is reborn into the cyborg Casshern as mankind's last hope against the new mutant threat. This live-action sci-fi movie based on a 1973 Japanese animé of the same name.

As Sachiko. Machisu is a painter. He never had the success he thinks he is entitled to. Regardless of this, he always remains trying to be successful. His wife Sachiko keeps supporting him, despite all setbacks. Machisu, the only son of a rich collector, has a childs love for painting. Praise from a famous artist friend of his father inspires the young boy to dream of becoming a painter himself. s a young man, poor loner Machisu manages to attend art school with money earned from working. He is introduced to an unconventional world of bold creativity but he also gets his first bitter taste of harsh criticism from a dealer. Encouragement comes in the form of attractive clerk Sachiko who is convinced that she alone understands him. Marriage is soon followed by a daughter, as love and hope drive Machisu to commit even more deeply to his art ...

As Boss Han Bosatsu. Older, wiser but still a wandering loner, the blind, peace-loving masseur Ichi seeks a peaceful life in a rural village. When he's caught in the middle of a power struggle between two rival Yakuza clans, his reputation as a deadly defender of the innocent is put to the ultimate test in a series of sword-slashing showdowns.

As Tamae Aoki. He was the pride of his police department as the number one armed robbery buster... until he had his heart broken by the sudden flight of a fiancee from his life. Now "Detective Lovesick" finds his crime-fighting mojo and his chance at rising through the police hierarchy slipping away. Spending his days in a desperate search for the love of his life, Detective Lovesick is a man in love with himself and idolizes his drinking buddy, who is a romance psychologist. He loses himself to love easily, even at work, falling for every femme fatale he investigates and after a lot of hair pulling, ending each case with a marriage proposal. "Marry me or be under arrest." But will any woman accept such a proposal? Suspense, comedy and romance all converge in a libido-rich police drama unlike any you've ever seen.

As Oshin. Near the end of Japanese civil war, several disgraced ronin living in Edo's red light district attempt to regain their honor by defending a brothel from a hostile militia bent on wiping out local prostitutes.

As Onao. The world-famous woodblock artist Hokusai (1760-1849), a widower in need of a steady income, lives with his daughter Oei in the house of his friend Bakin.

As Kanako Higuchi. Broadcast TV drama NHK broadcast on January 4 to December 13, 1987 (Showa 62). In the questionnaire survey conducted by NHK, it is shining in the most favorite river drama. The original is Yamaka Sosaichi's novel "Date Masamune", the biggest drama on the theme of the Date house was the first time in 17 years since the "Shinnogi remained" (1970), which painted Datejo in the Edo period. It depicts the life of Matsudo Date of Sengoku warrior · Date Masamune who built the foundation of Sendai clan 620,000 stones in his generation as a result of my own wisdom and talent.

Executive producer. Based on the short story from the best-selling collection "Poppoya" by Jiro Asada, "The Invitation from Cinema Orion" tells the story of a couple's undying love for the cinema and each other.

As Kurasawa Mitsue. Based on a true story about about a man who was told for many years that he was not employable, but threw all of his effort into working as a door-to-door salesman. Despite the pain attributed to his cerebral palsy, he walked eight to ten miles a day to meet his customers and achieved the highest sales for his company.

As Emiko Saeki. After being stricken with Alzheimer's disease in the prime of his life, a successful young businessman slips slowly away from his loving family.

As Shimasu Yako. A slice of life comedy where Furutachi Kanji and Takito Kenichi play poor brothers Ichiro and Jiro respectively. Older one (Ichiro) is very serious while the younger one (Jiro) is trying to start rental father/uncle service and they have to deal with issues from their clients.

As Bizan. Adapted from the successful play, the film takes place in 19th-century Japan, where a war between demons and their slayers is fought. Izumo, a kabuki actor with a demon-slaying past, meets and falls in love with Tsubaki. However, something is not right, as mysterious marks appear on her body as time progresses. At the same time, it is announced that Ashura, the queen of all demons, will be resurrected and bring destruction to the universe.

As Mitsuko 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.

As Asako Saigo. A family that was severely damaged by the Great East Japan Earthquake that struck in March 2011, and a family that escaped the disaster. The film depicts the collapse and rebirth of two families whose children were supposed to marry each other. A moving drama written by Yamada Taichi and starring Nakai Kiichi, Kuroki Meisa and Kamiki Ryunosuke.

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