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Meiko Nakamura

Meiko Nakamura was born on May 13, 1934 in Tokyo, Japan as Satsuki Nakamura. She is an actress, known for Kuchizuke (1955), Oshaberi okusan (1959) and The Sky of Hope (1942). She has been married to Yoshiyuki Kozu since 1957. They have two children. See full bio »

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Known For

Kuchizuke
Kuchizuke Kiyoko Taketani (segment 3)
(1955)
Oshaberi okusan
Oshaberi okusan Actress
(1959)
The Sky of Hope
(1942)
Kojima no haru
Kojima no haru Actress
(1940)

Filmography

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 2005-2006 Kaze no Haruka (TV Series)
Narrator
- Episode #1.151 (2006) ... Narrator (voice)
- Episode #1.150 (2006) ... Narrator (voice)
- Episode #1.149 (2006) ... Narrator (voice)
- Episode #1.148 (2006) ... Narrator (voice)
- Episode #1.147 (2006) ... Narrator (voice)
 2002 Sakura (TV Series)
Hama Kamiyama (Sakura's grandmother, Kyoko's mother)
 1996 Oyaji no hige 20 (TV Movie)
 1995 Oyaji no hige 18 (TV Movie)
 1995 Hachidai shôgun Yôshimune (TV Series)
Reisen-in
 1995 Oyaji no hige 19 (TV Movie)
 1994 Oyaji no hige 17 (TV Movie)
 1993 Oyaji no hige 14 (TV Movie)
 1991 Oyaji no hige 10 (TV Movie)
 1991 Musuko
 1991 Oyaji no hige 9 (TV Movie)
 1988 Nonchan no yume (TV Series)
 1971 Daigaku imo monogatari (TV Series) (1971)
 1969 Dokachin (TV Series)
Dokachin / Kakaka / Kiza Otoko (voice)
 1967 Toppo Jîjo no botan sensô
Toppo Gigio (voice)
 1967 Shônen Jakku to Mahô-tsukai
Shônen Jack / Akuma no shôjo Kiky (voice)
 1963 Haikei tenno heika sama
Seiko Inoue
 1962 Watashi wa nisai
Narrator (voice)
 1962 Ao beka monogatari
1st Bride
 1960 Haru no yume
Kimiko
 1959 Koneko no studio (Short)
Cat (voice)
 1957 Romance tanjô
Châkô
 1957 Goyôkiki monogatari
Toshiko
 1957 Zoku Goyôkiki monogatari
Toshiko
 1955 Kuchizuke
Kiyoko Taketani (segment 3)
 1955 Onna doshi (Short)
Kiyoko Taketani
 1944 Tanoshiki kana jinsei
Megumi
 1942 The Sky of Hope
Junko
 1941 Kodakara fûfu
Yoko, sixth daughter
 1940 Ôhinata-mura
 1940 Utai to daiyouhin (TV Movie)
 1937 Nampû no oka
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Trivia:

Her breakup with songwriter Rokusuke Ei inspired the lyricist to write the song "Ue o Muite Arukou" (known in the US as "Sukiyaki"), which became a #1 hit for singer 'Kyu Sakamoto' in 1963.

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