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Occupation  Actress
Spouse  Teruo Sekiguchi (m. 1984)
Role  Actress

Name  Keiko Takeshita
Years active  1973–present
Parents  Shigeto Takeshita
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Born  September 15, 1953 (age 62) (1953-09-15) Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
Partner(s)  Teruo Sekiguchi (1984–)
Nominations  Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role
Movies and TV shows  Arrietty, From Up on Poppy Hill, Kita no kuni kara, The Wind Rises, Tora‑san Goes Religious?
Similar People  Shinobu Otake, Goro Miyazaki, Hiromasa Yonebayashi, Yoji Yamada, Taira Hara

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Keiko Takeshita (竹下景子 Takeshita Keiko; born on September 15, 1953 in Higashi-ku, Nagoya, Japan) is a Japanese actress. She starred in the Japanese version of From Up on Poppy Hill as Hana Matsuzaki.

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Keiko Takeshita

Film

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  • Blue Christmas (1978) - Saeko Nishida
  • Phoenix 2772 (1980) - The Phoenix (Voice)
  • Swan Lake (1981) - Princess Odette (Voice)
  • Tora-san Goes Religious? (1983) - Tomoko
  • Tora-san Goes North (1987) - Rinko
  • Tora-san Goes to Vienna (1989) - Kumiko Egami
  • A Class to Remember (1993) - Tajima
  • Sennen no Koi Story of Genji (2001) - Lady Rokujo
  • Arrietty (2010) - Sadako Maki (Voice)
  • From Up on Poppy Hill (2011) - Hana Matsuzaki (Voice)
  • The Wind Rises (2013) - Jiro's mother (Voice)
  • From Kobe (2015) - Mayumi Takeuchi
  • Satoshi: A Move for Tomorrow (2016) - Tomiko Murayama
  • Flower and Sword (2017) - Jōchin-ni
  • Television

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  • Ōgon no Hibi (NHK, 1978) - Kikyō
  • Tokugawa Ieyasu (NHK, 1983) - Lady Saigō
  • Sanada Taiheiki (NHK, 1985-86) - Ono no Otsū
  • Dokuganryū Masamune (NHK, 1987) - Katakura Kita
  • Saka no Ue no Kumo (NHK, 2009) - Akiyama Sada
  • From Kobe (Sun Television, 2015) - Mayumi Takeuchi
  • Warotenka (NHK, 2017) - Hatsu
  • References

    Keiko Takeshita Wikipedia


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