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Nijiko Kiyokawa (1912–2002)

Nijiko Kiyokawa was born on November 24, 1912 in Matsudo, Chiba, Japan as Hana Sekiguchi. She was an actress, known for The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956), Kyojin-den (1938) and Shiosai (1964). She died on May 24, 2002 in Takatsu, Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan. See full bio »

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Known For

The Teahouse of the August Moon
(1956)
Kyojin-den
Kyojin-den Osen
(1938)
Shiosai
Shiosai Tomi Kubo
(1964)
Twenty-Four Eyes
Twenty-Four Eyes Yorozuya
(1954)

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 2002 Yoru o kakete
 1999 Gamera 3: Revenge of Iris
Tatsunari's Grandmother
 1998 Neji-shiki
Candy Seller
 1996 Oishinbo
 1994 Pom Poko
Fireball Oroku (voice)
 1991 Journey of Honor
Counselor
 1987 Itazu - Kuma
Gen, Grandmother
 1983 Narayama bushikô
Okane
 1982 Kamata kôshinkyoku
Yasu's mother
 1979 Vengeance Is Mine
Hisano Asano
 1969 Kigeki: Onna wa dokyô
Tsune
 1969 Snow Country
Mistress of Geisha House
 1968 Gokudo
 1968 Gorotsuki
 1968 Ahirugaoka 77 (TV Series)
 1968 Kinkonshiki (TV Movie)
 1967 Kimi wa koibito
Sachi
 1967 Zoku izuko e
 1966 Zoku Yoidore hakase
Tsuyako
 1965 Sazae-san (TV Series)
Fune
 1964 Shiosai
Tomi Kubo
 1963 Gakuen hiroba
Miss Noda
 1963 Okashina yatsu
Yasu Takamizu
 1962 Asu no hanayome
Yuki Serizawa
 1962 Akitsu onsen
 1961 Dôdôtaru jinsei
Tatsuko Ishioka
 1961 Machi
 1961 Kusa wo karu musume
Tameko
 1961 Onnamai
Hideya
 1961 Tenka no Kaidanji Senpû Tarô
Nobuko Morioka
 1961 Kyôgeshô
 1960 Zassô no yô na inochi
Sayo Fukuzaki
 1959 Kashima ari
 1959 Farewell to Spring
Takuya's mother
 1958 Iwashigumo
 1957 The Lower Depths
Otaki the Candy-Seller
 1956 The Teahouse of the August Moon
Miss Higa Jiga
 1956 Narazu-mono
Otaki
 1956 Nyôbô zoku wa uttaeru
Takako
 1956 Nigetekita hanayome
Oshige
 1956 Wakai ki
Katsuko, Hiroko's Aunt
 1956 Bara no kôdôkan
Okin
 1956 Aoi me (Short)
Noriko's mother
 1955 Kaettekita wakadan'na
Sakurako Kikuchi
 1955 Kuchizuke
Tetsuko, mother (segment 2)
 1955 Ashita no kôfuku
Mother-in-law
 1954 Bazoku geisha
Kiyoka
 1954 Twenty-Four Eyes
Yorozuya
 1953 Seishun jazu musume
Minagawa Fujin
 1952 Choito neesan omoide yanagi
Ko Matsu
 1952 Tokyo no ekubo
Yae Kawakami
 1952 Tokyo Sweetheart
Tsuruko
 1950 Banana musume
 1950 Aozora tenshi
 1949 Ohara Shôsuke-san
Margaret Nakata
 1949 Goodbye
Tamako Kimura
 1948 Ano yume kono uta
Kumiko Okajima
 1948 Tanuki shinshi tôjô
Tsuru
 1941 Kinô kieta otoko
Okon, Tsubakiyama's wife
 1940 Renga jokô
Osaku
 1940 Oyako kujira
 1940 Travelling Actors
Omitsu
 1940 Keshô yuki
 1940 Niiduma kagami - Kôhen
Hachiman's wife
 1940 Niiduma kagami - Zempen
Hachiman's wife
 1939 Byakuran no uta: zenpen: kôhen
Utamaru, geisha
 1939 Tokyo blues
 1938 Tsuzurikata kyoshitsu
Masako's mother
 1938 Kyojin-den
Osen
 1938 Jinsei keiba
 1937 Nihon josei dokuhon (Volume 3)
 1936 Ashita no namikimichi
Fusako
 1935 Saakasu goningumi
Okiyo

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