Representative Listings



"Mujo"1970 production. Directed by Akio Jissoji
Translated Title:"This Transient Life"

Award Grand Prix at Locarno International Film Festival

An independent production directed by avant-garde cinema director Akio Jissoji from the Art theater Guild.


Story of incestuous love between Masao, a college student captivated by stone Buddha carvings, and his elder sister.
Contrasts an extraordinary theme with the old traditions. Play Masao. The leading role.

"Mandara"1971 production. Directed by Akio Jissoji
A film focusing on issue of sexuality and changing cultural values.


Story is a complex portrayal of a utopian cult rejecting social and sexual norms, attempting to return to a more primitive and emotional way-of-life, Leading role.

"Rikyu"1989 production. Directed by Hiroshi Teshigawara

Awarded Best Artistic Contribution
at the Montreal World Film Festival


Story focusing on Sen Rikyu, the Grand Tea Master, and Hideyoshi Toyotomi, the great warlord of the Momoyama Period. during which the opulent and the extravagant Momoyama culture blossomed and tea ceremony became popular as way of life among the warrior-class. Played the role of Hideyoshi Toyotomi's younger brother, Hidenaga. Supporting role.




Reproduction sfom Goethe's Faust

"Tokiyo Omae-wa Utsukushii"(Japanese Title) NHK production

Awarded 1991 Italian Awards for Artistic Contribution

Played the role of Haichi(Faust)

"Ashita Tenkini"(Japanese Title) NHK production

Translated Title "Let if be fine tomorrow"

Awarded 1998 NHK Chairman Awards

A situation drama portraying the life of a middle aged couple and their adopted daughter.




"Mayonaka-no-Shotaijou"(Japanese Title)

Translated Title "Midnight Invitation"

A mystery, which is also portrayed as a love story between a young businessman who spends a night with a prospected actress.


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