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Yasushi Inoue (I) (1907–1991)

Yasushi Inoue was born on May 6, 1907 in Asahikawa, Hokkaido, Japan. He was a writer, known for Waga haha no ki (2011), Tonkô (1988) and Sen no Rikyu: Honkakubô ibun (1989). He died on January 29, 1991 in Tokyo, Japan. See full bio »

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(age 83) in Tokyo, Japan

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Known For

Waga haha no ki
(2011)
Tonkô
Tonkô Writer
(1988)

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 2011 Shoshû (TV Movie) (based on the novel by)
 2011 Waga haha no ki (based on the autobiography by)
 2009 Lang zai ji (novel)
 2007 Chacha (novel)
 1992 O-Roshiya-koku suimu-tan (novel)
 1989 Sen no Rikyu: Honkakubô ibun (novel "Hongakubo ibun")
 1988 Tonkô (story)
 1980 Aokiôkami narukichiomoase no shôgai (TV Movie) (novel)
 1974 Le fusil de chasse (TV Movie) (novel)
 1974 Kaseki (novel)
 1969 Samurai Banners (novel "Furin kazan")
 1966 Five More (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
- Shotgun (1966) ... (story)
 1963 Taiyô wa yondeiru (novel "Ushio no hikari")
 1963 Yushu heiya (story)
 1961 Kaze to kumo to toride (original story)
 1961 Ryôjû (novel)
 1959 Aru rakujitsu (story)
 1958 The Precipice (novel)
 1955 Asunaro monogatari (story)
 1955 Till We Meet Again (novel)
 1954 Kuroi ushio (novel)
 1954 Midori no nakama (novel)
 1954 Kino to ashita no aida (novel)
 1952 Sword for Hire (novel)
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