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1. Naoko Mori Naoko Mori Actress, Hackers
2. Hira Ambrosino Hira Ambrosino Actress, General Hospital Hira Ambrosino was born & raised in Japan. She grew up in different cities in Japan, including Nagoya, Tokyo, Yokohama, and Shizuoka. Studied music composition and classical piano performance at the Oberlin College Conservatory of music. She has a Bachelor of Science, Magna Cum Laude, from Towson University; a Master of Arts in American Politics from Johns Hopkins University...
3. Aya Hirano Aya Hirano Actress, The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya
4. Hiroshi Tamaki Hiroshi Tamaki Actor, Waterboys
5. Toshio Matsumoto Toshio Matsumoto Director, Funeral Procession of Roses A 1955 graduate of Tokyo University, Toshio Matsumoto is a pioneer of avant-garde experimental movies, multimedia, and video in his homeland and abroad. His first experimental short was _Song of the Stones (1963)_. His most famous work is 1969's wildly experimental _Funeral Parade of Roses_, notorious in japan for its homosexual imagery...
6. Koji Kondo Koji Kondo Music Department, Super Smash Bros. Brawl
7. Toshio Suzuki Toshio Suzuki Producer, Spirited Away
8. Emi Itô Emi Itô Actress, Godzilla vs. Mothra
9. Masumi Miyazaki Masumi Miyazaki Actress, Strange Circus
10. Keiko Toda Keiko Toda Actress, Kiki's Delivery Service
11. Tsutomu Shimomura Tsutomu Shimomura Actor, Takedown
12. Yûmi Itô Yûmi Itô Actress, Godzilla vs. Mothra
13. Hirotaka Suzuoki Hirotaka Suzuoki Actor, Millennium Actress
14. Haruhiko Katô Haruhiko Katô Actor, Pulse
15. Miki Fujitani Miki Fujitani Actress, Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie
16. Robert Baldwin Robert Baldwin Actor, Godzilla Against MechaGodzilla
17. Keiko Takeshita Keiko Takeshita Actress, From Up on Poppy Hill
18. Naoto Kumazawa Naoto Kumazawa Director, From Me to You
19. Ai Katô Ai Katô Actress, Umizaru 3: The Last Message
20. Hideyuki Umezu Hideyuki Umezu Actor, Akira
21. Naomi Kawashima Naomi Kawashima Actress, Kagi
22. Yoshihiro Asai Yoshihiro Asai Actor, Halloween Havoc In 2002, Asai underwent arm surgery which allowed him to return to wrestling. He signed with WWE in 2003 fulfilling two life long goals of wrestling at Madison Square Garden and WrestleMania. His contract expired in 2004 which he left on good terms. Asai now works for CMLL in Mexico City and also runs Ultimo Dragon Gym which brings Japanese wrestlers into Mexico City to train Lucha Libre.
23. Shin Itagaki Shin Itagaki Director, Devil May Cry
24. Reiko Kasahara Reiko Kasahara Actress, Daikaijû kûchûsen: Gamera tai Gyaosu
25. Kaori Fujii Kaori Fujii Actress, Tokyo Fist
26. Takashi Kondô Takashi Kondô Actor, Legend of the Millennium Dragon
27. Rei Maki Rei Maki Actress, Sûpâ Robotto Reddo Baron
28. Yôsuke Saitô Yôsuke Saitô Actor, The Cat Returns
29. Eri Kikuchi Eri Kikuchi Actress, Kyonyû jukujo: Honban jikomi
30. Ichirô Arishima Ichirô Arishima Actor, King Kong vs. Godzilla Japanese actor who specialized in comedy. He joined a theatre company while still in his teens, following the death of his parents. Following the Second World War, he began to get small film roles. Within a decade, he had become a prominent character actor and also one of Toho Films' biggest comedy stars...
31. Shûichirô Moriyama Shûichirô Moriyama Actor, Porco Rosso
32. Midori Kiuchi Midori Kiuchi Actress, The Sting of Death
33. Shingo Araki Shingo Araki Animation Department, Ulysses 31 Graduated in Aichi Prefecture. Semi-professional debut as a cartoonist in the "Machi" adult comic magazine in 1955. Joined Mushi Production as animator in 1965. Founded Studio Jaguar in 1966. Debuted as animation director in 1970 with the TV Series "Joe of Tomorrow". Met for the first time also animation director and future collaborator Michi Himeno in 1973...
34. Keiko Aikawa Keiko Aikawa Actress, Boachi Bushido: Code of the Forgotten Eight
35. Saya Ichikawa Saya Ichikawa Self, Hokuriku Bullet Train (II)
36. Ayami Kakiuchi Ayami Kakiuchi Actress, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time
37. Akemi Kanda Akemi Kanda Actress, Beranda to kami hikôki
38. Kunihiko Yasui Kunihiko Yasui Actor, SVC Chaos: SNK vs. Capcom
39. Erina Nakayama Erina Nakayama Actress, Shutsugen! Waru waru warûn enjeru tai!?
40. Tatsuya Egawa Tatsuya Egawa Actor, Golden Boy
41. Azusa Okamoto Azusa Okamoto Actress, Sentimental Yasuko
42. Toshiyuki Watanabe Toshiyuki Watanabe Composer, The Makioka Sisters
43. Haruka Takachiho Haruka Takachiho Writer, Dirty Pair Haruka is a Japanese science fiction writer and animation producer. He is the author of the "Dirty Pair" and "Crusher Joe" novels, both of which were made into animated series and movies. In 1972, while he was still in college, Takachiho founded an animation studio named Studio Nue. This studio would later work on "Macross", one of the most popular anime series of all time.
44. Midori Itô Midori Itô Self, 1992 Winter Olympics Figure Skating
45. Kazuko Katô Kazuko Katô Actress, Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa
46. Koji Yamamoto Koji Yamamoto Composer, And So the Story Goes
47. Tomomi Satô Tomomi Satô Actress, Kozure Ôkami: Meifumadô
48. Kyôko Chigusa Kyôko Chigusa Actress, Niku no Eiko Born in Nagoya in 1900. While studying the Toma style of Japanese dancing and nagauta music, she became a geisha who worked under the name of Kodama. In 1923, she joined the Nikkatsu Mukojima Studios, where she was selected to star as the heroine in Niku no Eiko, the film version of a popular novel of the period...
49. Maiko Itô Maiko Itô Actress, Itoshi-no half moon
50. Rumi Ochiai Rumi Ochiai Actress, Sonic Heroes
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