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Kanjûrô Arashi (1903–1980)

Kanjûrô Arashi was born on December 8, 1903 in Kyoto, Japan as Teruichi Takahashi. He was an actor, known for Zatoichi Meets Yojimbo (1970), Orenji Rôdo kyûkô (1978) and Emperor Meiji and the Great Russo-Japanese War (1958). He died on October 21, 1980 in Kyoto. See full bio »

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(age 76) in Kyoto, Japan

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Known For

Zatoichi Meets Yojimbo
(1970)
Orenji Rôdo kyûkô
(1978)
Rinchi
Rinchi Seikichi
(1949)

Filmography

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 1979 Kamisamaga kureta akanbô
Ikumatsu Takada
 1979 Hakuchyu no shikaku
Takashima, Yakuza boss
 1978 Dainamaito don don
Genzo
 1977 Nippon no don: Yabohen
Yanosuke Kawamoto
 1977 Tora-san Meets His Lordship
Tonosama
 1971 Keiji kun (TV Series)
 1971 Hibotan Bakuto: Oinochi Itadaki masu
Hidegoro Omaeda
 1971 Gonin no shokin kasegi
Tazaemon
 1971 Nihon yakuza-den: Sôchiyô e no michi
Zenhachiro Minami
 1970 Zatoichi Meets Yojimbo
Hyoroku
 1969 Hibotan bakuto: hanafuda shôbu
Teijiro Sugiyama
 1969 Anego
 1968 Kamigami no fukaki yokubô
Yamamori Futori, the patriarch
 1965 Meiji kyokyakuden - sandaime shumei
Hukuichi Emoto
 1965 Zoku Abashiri bangaichi
Oyabun Onitora
 1965 Mondonosuke Sanban Shobu
Omiyo Genba
 1961 Ren'ai zubari kôza - Dai-san-wa: Kôshoku (Short)
Pastor (Special Appearance)
 1960 Joôbachi to Daigaku no Ryû
Sennosuke Sakura
 1960 Jigoku
Enma, King of Hell (uncredited)
 1959 Meiji Tennô to Nogi Shôgun
Emperor Meiji
 1956 Onryo sakura dai-sodo
Sôgorô
 1952 Yûyake Fuji
 1951 Matashirô gyôjôki: Onihime shigure
Matashirô Sasai
 1949 Rinchi
Seikichi
 1949 Hakuhatsuki
Toshikiyo Ômuta / Shigeyuki Satomi
 1939 Shamisen bushi
Shôgorô Komori
 1932 Koban shigure
 1928 Chûkon giretsu - Jitsuroku Chûshingura (as Chôsaburô Arashi)
 1927 Hyakumanryô hibun: Saishû hen (as Chosaburo Arashi)
 1927 Hyakumanryô hibun: Dai nihen (as Chosaburo Arashi)
 1927 Hyakumanryô hibun: Dai ippen
Chikara Harumi (as Chosaburo Arashi)
 1927 Kurama tengu ibun: Zoku kakubei-jishi
Kurama tengu (as Chôsaburô Arashi)
 1927 Kurama tengu ibun: Kakubei-jishi
Kurama tengu (as Chôsaburô Arashi)
 1926/II Kujaku no hikari - Dai-ippen
Horogorô - a rascal
 1923 Futari Seiriki Tomigorô
Donkai
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Chosaburo Arashi | Chôsaburô Arashi
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Star Sign:

Sagittarius

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