Yūko Mochizuki

Yūko Mochizuki was a Japanese actress.wikipedia
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The Rice People

She won the award for best actress at the 8th Blue Ribbon Awards for The Rice People and Unagitori.

A Japanese Tragedy

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She was also awarded best actress at the 1954 Mainichi Film Concours for her work on A Japanese Tragedy.
The film tells the story of a mother, played by Yūko Mochizuki, who had to raise two children during and after World War II but whose children reject her.

Blue Ribbon Awards

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She won the award for best actress at the 8th Blue Ribbon Awards for The Rice People and Unagitori.

Mainichi Film Awards

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She was also awarded best actress at the 1954 Mainichi Film Concours for her work on A Japanese Tragedy.

Ebertfest

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House of Councillors (Japan)

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Some national political figures, such as feminists Shidzue Katō and Fusae Ichikawa and former Imperial Army general Kazushige Ugaki, were elected through the block, along with a number of celebrities such as comedian Yukio Aoshima (later Governor of Tokyo), journalist Hideo Den and actress Yūko Mochizuki.