Julie/Ultraman Justice Kazue Fukiishi (film only). Opening theme. "Spirit". Lyrics: Goro Matsui. Composition: KATSUMI. Arrangement: Takao Konishi. Artist: Project DMM. Ending themes. "Ultraman Cosmos ~ Kimi ni Dekiru Nanika" . Lyrics: Goro Matsui. Composition: Kisaburo Suzuki. Arrangement: Seiichi Kyoda. Artist: Project DMM. "Kokoro no Kizuna" . Lyrics, Composition: KATSUMI. Arrangement: Kazuya Daimon. Artist: Project DMM. Ultraman Cosmos: The First Contact (2001). Ultraman Cosmos 2: The Blue Planet (2002). Ultraman Cosmos vs. Ultraman Justice: The Final Battle (2003). Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy (2009), Musashi joins with Zap Spacy as a member.
In September 2007, it had a showing at the 2007 Raindance Film Festival. 18th Tokyo International Film Festival 28th Yokohama Film Festival * Won: Best Supporting Actress - Kazue Fukiishi 31st Hochi Film Awards * Won: Best Director - Kichitaro Negishi Yūsuke Iseya as Manabu Yazaki. Kōichi Satō as Takeo Yazaki. Kyōko Koizumi as Haruko Tanaka. Kazue Fukiishi as Makie Shudo. Teruyuki Kagawa as Ogasawara. Kippei Shiina as Kurokawa. Yukiyoshi Ozawa as Sutō. Masahiko Tsugawa as Ozeki. Denden as Tamotsu Fujimaki. Hiroshi Yamamoto as Tetsuo Kato. Won: Tokyo Sakura Grand Prix. Won: Audience Award. Won: Best Director - Kichitaro Negishi. Won: Best Actor: - Kōichi Satō.
Kazue Fukiishi as Osue. Kenji Sawada as Okayasu. Naomasa Rokudaira as Matsuda. Tatsuo Yamada as Ryojiro Kojima. Yoshiki Arizono as Yohei. Keisuke Horibe. Kenichi Endō as Giichi. Naomasa Musaka. Mayuko Nishiyama as Osono. Ren Osugi as Heizo. Hiroshi Tamaki as Kinta. Yoji Tanaka as Toku. Writing credits:. Hiroshi Takeyama: screenplay. Shūgorō Yamamoto: novel. First assistant director: Masato Tanno.
One Missed Call2003Chakushin Ari
One Missed Call is a Japanese horror film directed by Takashi Miike and written by Minako Daira. The film is based on the novel Chakushin Ari by Yasushi Akimoto. The plot revolves around Yumi Nakamura, a young psychology student whose friend Yoko gets a strange voice message on her cell phone. The message is dated two days in the future and Yoko can hear herself screaming in it. After Yoko mysteriously dies, her death sets off a chain of events which leads Yumi to discover that this phenomenon has been occurring throughout Japan long before Yoko received an alarming call from her future self.
Kazue Fukiishi as Miki. Masanobu Andō as Naoto. Shunsuke Kazama as Kawada. Mariko Gotō as Senpai. Hanae Kan as Kyoko.
Fukuyama, MasaharuFukuyama Masaharu
He performed "Hatsukoi" at the 60th NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen on New Year's Eve 2009, his first appearance at the event since 1993 and joined John Woo's upcoming film Manhut Fukuyama married Japanese actress Kazue Fukiishi on September 28, 2015. And the day is Fukiishi’s birthday. Their first child was born on December 22, 2016. Acoustic guitars Electric bass Electric guitars * List of best-selling music artists in Japan 1990: Dengon. 1991: Lion. 1991: Bros. 1992: Boots. 1993: Calling. 1994: On and On. 1998: Sing a Song. 2001: F. 2006: 5 Nen Mono. 2009: Zankyō. 2014: Human. Ashita ga Aru Kara, as Ryōichi Wakamura (TBS, 1991). Ai wa Dōda, as Makoto Yazawa (TBS, 1992).
Ultraman Cosmos vs. Ultraman Justice: The Final Battle (2003). ''Ultraman: The Next (2004). Ultraman Mebius & Ultraman Brothers (2006). Superior Ultraman 8 Brothers (2008). Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends (2009). Ultraman Zero: The Revenge of Belial (2010). Ultraman Saga (2012). Ultraman Ginga Theater Special (2013). Ultraman Ginga Theater Special: Ultra Monster Hero Battle Royal! (2014). Ultraman Ginga S The Movie (2015). Ultraman X The Movie (2016). Ultraman Orb The Movie (2017). Ultraman Geed The Movie (2018). Yongary: Monster from the Deep (1967). Space Amoeba (1970). Daigoro vs. Goliath (1972). Jumborg Ace & Giant (1974). King Kong (1976). ''Goliathon (1977).
Eien no Zerofilm of the same namepopular 2013 film
Kazue Fukiishi as Keiko Saeki. Jun Fubuki as Kiyoko Saeki. Isao Natsuyagi as Kenichiro Ōishi. Shōta Sometani as young Kenichiro. Isao Hashizume as Izaki. Gaku Hamada as young Izaki. Min Tanaka as Kageura. Hirofumi Arai as young Kageura. Mikijirō Hira as Hasegawa. Tatsuya Ueda. Yuya Endo. Rakuto Tochihara.
Kazue Fukiishi as Noriko Shimabara/Mitsuko. Ken Mitsuishi as Tetsuzo Shimabara. Yuriko Yoshitaka as Yuka Shimabara/Yōko. Tsugumi as Kumiko/Ueno54. Sanae Miyata as Taeko Shimabara. Shirō Namiki as Ikeda. Yōko Mitsuya as Tangerine. Tamae Andō as Broken Dam. Chihiro Abe as Long Neck. Hanako Onuki as Midnight. Naoko Watanabe as Cripple. Hiroshi Sakuma.
Ashita no Kioku
Kazue Fukiishi - Rie Saeki. Asami Mizukawa - Keiko Ikuno. Noritake Kinashi - Shigeyuki Kizaki. Mitsuhiro Oikawa - Takehiro Yoshida. Eriko Watanabe - Kimiko Hamano. Teruyuki Kagawa - Atsushi Kawamura.
The Grand Family
Kazue Fukiishi - Kazuko Uruwashi. Kinya Kitaoji - Daisuke Manpyo. Kyōko Hasegawa - Sanae Manpyo. Toru Nakamura - Manaka Uruwashi. Hiroki Narimiya - Yoshihiko Ichinose. Toshiyuki Nishida - Ichiro Okawa. Masahiko Nishimura - Zenitaka. Tetsuya Takeda - Okame. Yu Yamada - Makiko Yasuda. Kohji Yamamoto - Gimpei Manpyo. Toshiro Yanagiba - Shoichi Mikumo. Saki Aibu - Tsugiko Manpyo. Izumi Inamori - Fusako Tsuruta. Yumi Takigawa - Shino Tsuruta. Sei Hiraizumi - Koujoucho Ichinose. Mieko Harada - Daisuke Manpyo. Masayuki Ito - Matsuo Tanaka.
This was followed by his appearance in the 2003 Ultraman Cosmos vs. Ultraman Justice: The Final Battle. On June 17, 2007, Sugiura married Nozomi Tsuji while she was three months pregnant; the marriage was confirmed to be a shotgun wedding. Sugiura and Tsuji met in April 2006 through mutual friends. The couple have three children: daughter Noa (born 2007) and sons Seia (born 2010) and Sora (born 2013).
Lucky SevenLucky Seven'' (TV series)Lucky Seven Special
Yuki Kirihara (Kazue Fukiishi). Mei Kayano (Mari Iriki). Kojiro Tokita (Keiichiro Koyama). Masashi Goto (Akio Kaneda). Yuriko Tokita (Kumiko Okae). Masayoshi Tsukushi (Kazuko Kadono). Kenji Mizuhashi - Takumi Matsuura (ep.1). Yurie Midori - Mana Matsuura (ep.1). Wakana Matsumoto - Mika (ep.1). Lily Franky - Mitsuo Sasaoka (ep.2). Shingo Tsurumi - Minegishi (ep.2). Mahiru Konno - Shakou Okamoto (ep.3). Toshihide Tonesaku - Kazunori Minowa (ep.3). Taro Omiya - Kenichi Mineei (ep.4-5). Bokuzo Masana - Hiroshi Hayashibara (ep.4-5). Mayuko Nishiyama - Shinsuko Nitta (ep.5). Kisuke Iida - Tamotsu Kobayashi (ep.6). Toru Nomaguchi - Takashi Shikishima (ep.6).
Kazue Fukiishi. Ittoku Kishibe.
Kazue Fukiishi. Munetaka Aoki. Hiroyuki Ikeuchi. Hiroyuki Hirayama.
Daisuke Shima is a Japanese singer and actor. He is best known for appearing on television in tokusatsu and other dramas, such as Yuusuke Amamiya (Red Falcon) in the series Choujuu Sentai Liveman, as Shuji Koboku in Tokyo Elevator Girl, as Captain Harumitsu Hiura in Ultraman Cosmos, and as the cafe owner in Kisarazu Cat's Eye.
Kazue Fukiishi as Aya Tokitō. Shinya Tsukamoto as Saburō Ōta.
High School Restaurant
Kazue Fukiishi as Haruka Muraki, Shingo's sister. Yoshio Harada as Sadatoshi Muraki, Shingo's father. He is a priest at the town's temple.
Shinsengumian upcoming TV-drama
Shinsengumi! is a 2004 Taiga drama historical fiction television series produced by Japanese broadcaster NHK. It was a popular drama about the Shinsengumi, a Japanese special police force from the Bakumatsu period.
Kazue Fukiishi as Eri Takahashi (Shogo's girlfriend). Kimiko Yo as Satoko Ban (mother of Shogo). Keiko Toda as Kyōko Nogami (one of steady patrons for Baccanale). Hiroyuki Ikeuchi as Yasuhide Hayama (former chef of Baccanale and Asuka's boyfriend).
Ultraman Cosmos vs. Ultraman Justice: The Final Battle (2003). Ultraman: The Next (2004). Ultraman Mebius & Ultraman Brothers (2006). Ultraman Zero: The Revenge of Belial (2010). Ultraman Saga (2012). Ultraman Ginga Theater Special (2013). Ultraman Ginga Theater Special: Ultra Monster Hero Battle Royal! (2014). Ultraman Ginga S The Movie (2015). Ultraman X The Movie (2016). Ultraman Orb The Movie (2017). Ultraman Geed the Movie (2018). Ultraviolet (2006). Ulysses: (1955 & 1967). Ulysses' Gaze (1995). Ulzana's Raid (1972). Umberto D. (1952). Umbrella (2007). The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964). Unaccompanied Minors (2006). The Unbearable Lightness of Being (1988).
Kazue Fukiishi. Mayuko Fukuda. Mutsumi Fukuma. Rila Fukushima. Seika Furuhata. Kumiko Goto. Maki Goto. Michiko Hada. Chisaki Hama. Ayumi Hamasaki. Rumi Hanai. Sachie Hara. Setsuko Hara. Tomoyo Harada. Kyōko Hasegawa. Reika Hashimoto. Yoshie Hayasaka. Hiroko Hayashi. Riona Hazuki. Emiri Henmi. Mari Henmi. Mayumi Hidaka. Noriko Higashide. Ryōko Hirosue. Yuriko Hishimi. Tae Hitoto. Maki Horikita. Masami Horiuchi. Mari Hoshino. Tomoko Hoshino. Naomi Hosokawa. Yui Ichikawa. Riho Iida. Kimiko Ikegami. Chizuru Ikewaki. Shizuka Inoh (Annie Yi). Harumi Inoue. Mao Inoue. Takako Irie. Ayumi Ishida. Hikari Ishida. Yuriko Ishida. Satomi Ishihara. Mako Ishino. Yōko Ishino. Ayumi Ito. Maiko Ito.
His favorite Ultraman is Ultraman Justice from Ultraman Cosmos vs. Ultraman Justice: The Final Battle due to the character's development from antagonist to protagonist. is a child of the Alien Pegassa race that debuted in episode 6 of Ultra Seven. Six years prior to the series, Pega was ordered by his parents to wander across the universe and return to their home planet once he grow. One day, his transportation capsule broke and was left stranded on Earth until a young Riku offered a shelter to him, thus marking the start of his friendship. Despite his cowardly appearance, Pega always wishes to help Geed in any way he can and sells handmade paper flowers to keep Riku afloat.
Ultraman Cosmos vs. Ultraman Justice: The Final Battle (2003). Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence (2004, 3DCG for Production I.G). The Sky Crawlers (2008, 3DCG for Production I.G). Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror (2009). Higanjima (2010). Kiiroi Zou (2013). Beast Hunters: Predacons Rising (2013). Knights of Sidonia: The Movie (2015). Ajin Part 1: Shōdō (2015). Ajin Part 2: Shōtotsu (2016). Ajin Part 3: Shōgeki (2016). Blame! (2017). Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters (2017). Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle (2018). Godzilla: The Planet Eater (2018). Genki Genki Nontan (2002–2006). My Friends Tigger and Pooh (2007–2010). Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008–2014).
A list of films produced in Japan in 2010 (see 2010 in film):