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Occupation
  
Actress, singer

Name
  
Rumiko Koyanagi


Role
  
Actress

Albums
  
Forever my Love

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Born
  
July 2, 1952 (age 71) (
1952-07-02
)

Spouse
  
Ken'ya Osumi (m. 1989–2000)

Movies
  
Hakujasho, To Trap a Kidnapper

Awards
  
Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role

Similar People
  
Ken'ya Osumi, Mari Amachi, Saori Minami, Ichiro Toba, Yuki Koyanagi

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Rumiko Koyanagi (小柳ルミ子, Koyanagi Rumiko) is a Japanese actress and singer. She won the award for best new artist at the 13th Japan Record Awards and won the Japan Music Award in 1972. She won the award for best supporting actress at the 6th Japan Academy Prize for To Trap a Kidnapper and the award for best actress at the 7th Japan Academy Prize for Hakujasho.

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Musical accomplishments

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Rumiko Koyanagi debuted in 1971 with the single "Watashi no Jyokamachi" ("My Castle Town"), which reached the #1 position on the Oricon charts and sold nearly 2 million copies. She was awarded "Best Newcomer" at the 13th Japan Record Awards and the 2nd Japan Music Awards. She performed for the first time at the 22nd edition of Kōhaku Uta Gassen and eventually made 18 consecutive appearances on the show.

She was promoted alongside Mari Amachi and Saori Minami, and they were dubbed the "San-Nin Musume" (Three young girls). Before them, Hibari Misora, Chiemi Eri and Izumi Yukimura were promoted in the same fashion. In 1973, Amachi, Koyanagi and Minami were followed by Momoe Yamaguchi, Junko Sakurada and Masako Mori, who were known as "Hana No Chu 3 Trio" (The Trio of Third-Year Junior High School Students).

Her second single, "O Matsuri no Yoru" ("Night of the Festival"), sold over 500,000 copies and reached the #2 position on the charts. In April 1972 the single "Seto no Hanayome" ("The Bride of Seto"), became her second #1 hit. The single went on to sell more than 800,000 copies. For this song, she was awarded the Grand Prize at the 3d edition of the Japan Music Awards and a popularity award at the 14th edition of the Japan Record Awards. The follow-up single, "Kyo no Niwaka Ame" ("Today's Shower Rain"), became her third #1 hit. Several hit singles were released throughout 1973, and in the winter of 1974 the single "Fuyu no Eki" ("The Winter Station"), would prove to be her 4th #1 single. Her last big hit was produced in 1983. "O Hisashi Burine" ("It's Been a Long Time"), reached the #8 position on the Oricon chart list.

Apart from being a singer, Rumiko Koyanagi is also an actress.

Films
Television

Filmography

Actress
2023
Guranma no yûtsu (TV Series)
- Episode #1.7 (2023)
2018
Enjou Bengonin (TV Movie) as
Masako Kodo
2018
Segodon (TV Series) as
Yura
- Shousuke no kuroi ishi (2018) - Yura
- Saigou nyuusui (2018) - Yura
- Nariakira ansatsu (2018) - Yura
- Sumouja! Sumouja! (2018) - Yura
- Atarashiki hanshu (2018) - Yura
- Kodomo wa kuni no takara (2018) - Yura
- Rippana osamurai (2018) - Yura
- Satsuma no yassenbo (2018) - Yura
2007
Furin chôsain Katayama Yumi 9: Kurokami ningyô amadera satsujin jiken (TV Movie)
2004
Koinu no warutsu (TV Series) as
Hanako Shiga
2003
Kokoro (TV Series) as
Koemi Chino
- Episode #1.90 (2003) - Koemi Chino
- Episode #1.89 (2003) - Koemi Chino
- Episode #1.88 (2003) - Koemi Chino
- Episode #1.87 (2003) - Koemi Chino
- Episode #1.86 (2003) - Koemi Chino
- Episode #1.85 (2003) - Koemi Chino
2001
Kotsutsubo wo daku futari no onna (TV Movie)
2001
Aku no kamen (TV Movie) as
Kaori
2001
The Files of the Young Kindaichi 3 (TV Series) as
Midori Matarame (2001)
2000
Tomoko: Mottomo kiken'na on'na as
Tomoko
1998
Kurenai (TV Series) as
Naoko Kishi
1996
Kagerô II as
Yura Takagi
1994
Ie naki ko
1994
Ie naki ko (TV Series) as
Sonoda Kyoko (1994)
1992
Meisô chizu (TV Movie) as
Satoko Oribe
1989
Wangan ni kieta onna (TV Movie) as
Kumiko Katagiri
1988
Kako kara no koe (TV Movie) as
Kumiko Katagiri
1987
Guys Who Never Learn II as
Natsuyo Kurita
1987
Guys Who Never Learn
1986
Ken Shimura's Idiot Feudal Lord (TV Series)
1983
White Snake Enchantment as
Uta Ishidate
1982
Yûkai hôdô as
Yoshie Furuya, Kazuo's wife
1971
Keiji kun (TV Series)
Self
2018
Tetsuko no heya (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 22 May 2018 (2018) - Self
2003
Souzetsu batoru! Hana no geinoukai (TV Series) as
Self
1993
Gottsu ê kanji (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 8 August 1993 (1993) - Self
1972
The 23rd Annual NHK kôhaku uta gassen (TV Special) as
Self
1969
8 ji dayo! zen'in shûgô (TV Series) as
Self

References

Rumiko Koyanagi Wikipedia


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