Yoshiko Kuga


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Yoshiko Kuga was born on January 21, 1931 in Tokyo, Japan. She is an actress, known for The Rose on His Arm (1956), Jôshû to tomo ni (1956) and Farewell to Dream (1956). She was previously married to Akihiko Hirata. See full bio »

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Known For

The Rose on His Arm Keiko Hase
(1956)
Jôshû to tomo ni Senko Minami, prisoner
(1956)
Farewell to Dream Yôichi's older sister, Toyoko
(1956)
Somewhere Under the Broad Sky Hiroko, Ryoichi's wife
(1954)

Filmography

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 2000 Kawa no nagare no you ni
Yuki Shiokawa
 1997 The Little Girl Who Conquered Time
Michie Yoshiyama
 1997 Tokyo biyori
 1994 119
 1993 Sora ga konnani aoi wake ga nai
Fumi Kobayshi
 1992 Okoge
 1991 Nowhere Man
Lady who walks
 1989 Godzilla vs. Biollante
Keiko Owada, Prime Minister's Representative
 1989 Sora to umi wo koete (TV Movie)
Takuya's mother
 1989 Four Days of Snow and Blood
Suzuko Watanabe
 1986 Inochi (TV Series)
Chie
- Episode #1.1 (1986) ... Chie
 1982 Kurumi no heya (TV Series)
 1976 Hi no michi (TV Series)
 1969 Hi mo tsuki mo
Matsuko's Mother
 1967 Tabiji (TV Series)
 1966 Mother and Her Eleven Children
Naruko, first daughter
 1965 Ane to imôto
Yoshie Matsumoto
 1964 Shikonmado - Dai tatsumaki
Kikusato
 1963 Shiawase no kane (TV Movie)
Noriko Sômiya
 1962 Ballad of a Worker
Chiyo
 1962 Mother Country
Sumi Goda
 1961 Haitoku no mesu
Nobuko Sato
 1961 Zero Focus
Teiko Uhara
 1960 Cruel Story of Youth
Yuki, Makoto's elder
 1960 Spring Dreams
Kazuko Yasugi
 1959 Thus Another Day
Yasuko Satô
 1959 Good Morning
Setsuko Arita
 1959 The Snow Flurry
Sakura
 1958 The Eternal Rainbow
Chie Obita
 1958 Equinox Flower
Fumiko Mikami
 1958 Onna de aru koto
Sakae
 1957 Northern Elegy
Reiko Hyôdô
 1957 Yagyû bugeichô
Yuhime
 1957 Behold Thy Son
Yasuko Ashihara
 1957 Righteousness
 1956 The Rose on His Arm
Keiko Hase
 1956 Jôshû to tomo ni
Senko Minami, prisoner
 1956 Farewell to Dream
Yôichi's older sister, Toyoko
 1955 Mune yori mune ni
Harue Kawazoe
 1955 Asunaro monogatari
Reiko
 1955 Taira Clan Saga
Tokiko
 1955 Beautiful Days
Sakurako
 1955 Ashita no kôfuku
Tomiko
 1955 Aisureba koso
Yumiko (segment 3)
 1954 Somewhere Under the Broad Sky
Hiroko, Ryoichi's wife
 1954 A Billionaire
Sute Kagami
 1954 Aku no tanoshisa
Yasuyo Uematsu
 1954 The Woman of Rumour
Yukiko Mabuchi
 1954 The Garden of Women
Akiko Hayashino
 1954 Kaze tachinu
Setsuko Fushimi
 1953 Love Letter
Michiko Kubota
 1953 An Inlet of Muddy Water
O-Mine (Story 2)
 1953 Saikai
 1953 Senkan Yamato
 1952 Nagasaki no uta wa wasureji
Makihara, Momoko
 1951 Honoo no hada
 1951 Mesu inu
Yukiko
 1951 Enoshima hika
 1951 The Idiot
Ayako
 1950 Kuroi hana
 1950 Ôgonjû
Kozue Takenaka
 1950 Yuki fujin ezu
Hamako Abe
 1950 The Angry Street
Tsuneko Fukuda
 1950 Satsujinsha no kao
Junko
 1950 Till We Meet Again
Ono Keiko
 1949 Rinchi
Kuwako
 1949 Jakoman and Tetsu
Girl at church
 1949 The Bad Girl
 1949 Bosu
 1948 Drunken Angel
Schoolgirl
 1947 Spring Awakens
Kumiko Hirobe
 1947 Four Love Stories
Yukiko (episode 1)
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Her father was a marquis and a member of the Japanese 'House of Peers'.

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