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Jun'ichirô Tanizaki (1886–1965)

Jun'ichirô Tanizaki was born on July 24, 1886 in Tokyo, Japan. He was a writer, known for The Makioka Sisters (1983), Odd Obsession (1959) and The Berlin Affair (1985). He was married to Matsuko Morita, Tomiko Furukawa and Chiyoko Ishikawa. He died on July 30, 1965 in Kyoto, Japan. See full bio »

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(age 79) in Kyoto, Japan

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 2010 Bungo: Nihon bungaku shinema (TV Series) (novel - 1 episode)
- Fumiko no ashi (2010) ... (novel)
 2009 Hakujitsumu (short story "Hakujitsumu")
 2009 Shisei: Nihohi tsuki no gotoku (based on the novel by) / (short story)
 2009 Shisei: Seou onna (short story)
 2008 Shunkinshô (based on the novel by)
 2007 Shisei: ochita jorôgumo (short story)
 2006 Manji (novel)
 2006 Shisei: The Tattooer (short story)
 1997 Kagi (novel)
 1987 Diary of a Mad Old Man (novel)
 1987 Captured for Sex (short story Hakujitsumu)
 1985 The Berlin Affair (novel "The Buddhist Cross")
 1983 Kagi (novel "Kagi")
 1983 The Key (novel "Kagi")
 1983 The Makioka Sisters (novel)
 1983 Oiran (novel "Jimmen-so")
 1983 Manji (novel)
 1981 Day Dream (short story)
 1980 Naomi
 1976 Shunkinsho
 1974 Kagi (novel "Kagi")
 1972 Sanka (novel)
 1969 Devil's Temple (story)
 1967 Love for an Idiot (novel)
 1967 Daraku suru onna (original story)
 1966 Irezumi (novel)
 1965 A Scoundrel (story)
 1964 Day-Dream (short story)
 1964 Manji (novel)
 1963 The Miad Story (novel)
 1962 Diary of a Mad Old Man (novel)
 1961 Okoto to Sasuke (story)
 1960 Chijin no ai (novel)
 1959 Odd Obsession (novel "Kagi")
 1959 Sasameyuki (story)
 1957 Ninjutsu gozen-jiai (story)
 1954 Shunkin monogatari (novel)
 1952 Okuni to Gohei (story)
 1951 Genji monogatari (adaptation supervision)
 1951 Miss Oyu (novel "Ashikari")
 1950 Sasameyuki (novel)
 1949 Chijin no ai (novel)
 1924 Honmoku yawa (play)
 1921 Hinamatsuri no yoru (screenplay) / (story)
 1920 Katsushika Sunako (Short)
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