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Kimura Takuya The Crown Prince of Japanese entertainment, with a twenty-year career spanning idol pop and serious acting.
No one even comes close to his stature, name recognition, and all-around belovedness.
The same isn’t true elsewhere, which is why I’ve been hesitant to attempt it for other industries.
Nevertheless, I suddenly got the urge to run down a list of the leading men of Japanese entertainment and giving my two cents on them.
My reviews on Japanese dramas, movies & music as well as anything to do with J-ent. Numbers in brackets indicate the number of cinemas showing the movie: 1) Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (365) 2) Shinobi no Kuni (331) 3) Ani ni aisaresugite komattemasu (251) 4) 22 Nenme no Kokuhaku Watashi ga satsujinhan desu (328) 5) Beauty and the Beast (372) 6) Hirugao (312) 7) Sore ike! (196) 8) Kodomotsukai (250) 9) Hacksaw Ridge (253) 10) Gekijouban Free!
From the ML to the forum and now to the blog version, here's hoping that this space will be a trusted source of information for all J-ent fanatics and a platform where we can come together and share our thoughts.
I spent both Season 1 and Season 2 of the wonderfully touching (Under One Roof) hoping he’d get the girl (the once young and darling Noriko Sakai), which he ended up doing at the very end. My favorite Masa dorama remains could turn a girl into a woman just like that.
I will always remember him as Hata-san (and perhaps dreaming I was his Teruteru-Bozu).
I believe that had he not hit his stride as an actor at the same time as Kimu Taku, he would be an even bigger star today.
But the moment he starts acting, you forget everything and he has your entire attention. In that case, I must not being doing a good enough job of squealing about him.
He made the character of Domyoji Tsukasa in Hana Dan likeable and endearing despite being such a total violent tool. He is my ultimate J-bias, my love for him knows no bounds.
Tamaki Hiroshi He’s probably best known for his role as the prickly genius conductor in Nodame Cantabile, but I actually loved him in more. But he’s been acting for ages and has quite a prolific resume. He is such a scene stealer onscreen, always making any role memorable and unique.