|Japanese (Composer, Toca y Muere (2009))|
| Michelle Zauner (Director, Boyish (2018)) |
aka "Japanese Breakfast"
|Japanese American Citizens League Cleveland Chapter (Actor, OCA Image TV (2009))|
| Kenichi Toriyama |
aka "Japanese Ken"
|Japanese Motors (Actor, Backstage Pass (2005))|
|Joseph Trapanese (Composer, The Greatest Showman (2017))|
|Half Japanese (Soundtrack, Kurt Cobain About a Son (2006))|
|The Japanese House (Soundtrack, 13 Reasons Why (2017))|
| Hayao Miyazaki (Director, Spirited Away (2001)) |
nickname "the Japanese Walt Disney"
|Juicy Japanese (Actress, Green Hayes: Miyanu (2016))|
|Sorathejapanese (Actor, Polybius: The Video Game That Doesn't Exist (2017))|
|Japan Soul (Composer, Japan Soul: Hey Yah Hey (2013))|
|Sasà Trapanese (Actor, Il resto di niente (2004))|
|Leanne Sepanek (I) (Actress, The 1980s: The Deadliest Decade (2016))|
|Monica Carpanese (Actress, Manuel (2017))|
|Erna Panes (Miscellaneous, Forward March (1987))|
|Japtane Seroi (Self, Matka (2007))|
|Janeeta Panesar (Art Department, Midwinter of the Spirit (2015))|
|Vanessa Pantley (Director, Lost Dog (2012))|
|Tony Trapanese (Camera Department, Chances (2017))|
|Gianni Trapanese (Production Manager, Un garibaldino al convento (1942))|
|Roberto Trapanese (Editor, Replay (2007))|
|Antonio Trapanese (Actor, Traffico d'armi nel Golfo (1977))|
|Franco Trapanese (Actor, Grange Hill (1978))|
|Sylvia Trapanese (Art Department, American Gangster (2007))|
|Leo Tapanes (Self, The First 48 (2004))|
|Emily Tapanes (II) (Art Department, Rain or Shine (2016))|
|Emily Tapanes (I) (Cinematographer, Bridges (in development))|
|Daya Panesar (Actress, Rough-House (2012))|
|Vanessa Pando (Self, The Dini Petty Show (1989))|
|Ernie Tapanes (Self, National Geographic Specials (1965))|
|Patty Tapanes (Miscellaneous, Elvis and Anabelle (2007))|
|Vanessa Pan (Actress, The Yokai King (2013))|
|The Japanese Children's Choir (Self, Spring in San Francisco (1981))|
|The Japanese Kubuki Dancers (Self, The Mike Douglas Show (1961))|
|The Keigo Imperial Japanese Dancers (Actor, The Ed Sullivan Show (1948))|
|Dinesh Maneyapanda (Producer, Hurt (2018))|
|Alessia Pannese (Soundtrack, The Minnesotan (2009))|
|Harry Japangardi Jones (Self, Bush Mechanics (1998))|
|Elijah Japanangka Jones (Actor, Coniston (2013))|
|Vania Panes Lundmark (Actress, Stjärnsystrar (1999))|
|Japan's Daikagura Troupe (Actor, The Barbara McNair Show (1969))|
|Japan Saga Prefecture|
| Nanako Matsushima (Actress, Ringu (1998)) |
nickname "Queen of Japanese Drama"
|Rafael Tapanes (Self, The First 48 (2004))|
|Vanessa Panelli (Camera Department, Influence (2011))|
|Mario A. Tapanes|
|Vangelis Papanestis (Actor, Astefanoti (1964))|
|Anushka Panesar (Art Department, Universal Groove (2007))|
|Vanessa Toapanta (Miscellaneous, Rugemania (1999))|
|Rupita Panesar (Assistant Director, Lakeeran the Destiny (2018))|
|Vanessa Panton (Actor, Revolve (2011))|
|Vanessa Paniagua (Actress, Manny in Real Life (2014))|
|Lorena Pazzanese (Director, Cinemar (2011))|
|Michela Parzanese (Actress, Exit: Una storia personale (2010))|
|Sara Parzanese (Actress, E se... (2002))|
|Leanne Sepanek (III)|
|Janine Setipane (Producer, Actor for Hire (2015))|
|Phillipa Neset (Make Up Department, Bak lukkede dører (2008))|
|Leanne Sepanek (II)|
|Christina Cropanese (Make Up Department, The Unresolved (2015))|
|Evangelos Papanestis (Actor, Afroditi (1968))|
| Nobuo Uematsu (Composer, Fainaru fantajî sebun adobento chirudoren (2005)) |
nickname "The Japanese 'John Williams'"
| Koji Kondo (Soundtrack, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010)) |
nickname "The Japanese "John Williams""
| Yoshihiro Tajiri (Actor, WWE NXT (2010)) |
nickname "The Japanese Buzzsaw"
| Ichirô Arishima (Actor, King Kong vs. Godzilla (1962)) |
nickname "The Japanese Chaplin"
|Emi Suzuki (I) (Actress, Yûkan kurabu (2007))|
| Akihiro Gono (Self, Bellator Fighting Championships (2009)) |
nickname "The Japanese Sensation"
| James T. Goto (Actor, The Gallant Hours (1960)) |
aka "James T. Goto Former Commander Japanese Imperial Navy"
| Keiko Takeuchi (I) (Actress, Masa topan dan badai (1963)) |
aka "Takeuchi Keiko and Her Imperial Japanese Dancers"