Release date1929 (Japan) WriterShuichi Hatamoto, Kan Kikuchi (novel), Chiio Kimura ScreenplayShuichi Hatamoto, Chiio Kimura CastTakako Irie (Sayuriko Fujimoto), Shizue Natsukawa (Michiyo), Isamu Kosugi (Yukichi Sakuma), Koji Shima (Yoshiki Fujimoto), Eiji Takagi (Fujimoto - the Father) Related Kenji Mizoguchi moviesKenji Mizoguchi directed Tokyo March and The Water Magician, Kenji Mizoguchi directed Tokyo March and Orizuru Osen, Kenji Mizoguchi directed Tokyo March and Sisters of the Gion, Kenji Mizoguchi directed Tokyo March and Osaka Elegy, Kenji Mizoguchi directed Tokyo March and The Story of the Last Chrysanthemums
Sato chiyoko tokyo march 1929
Tokyo March(東京行進曲,Tōkyō kōshinkyoku) is a 1929 black and white Japanese silent film, originally presented with benshi accompaniment, directed by Kenji Mizoguchi. It is a classic melodramatic love tragedy addressing social inequality in modern Japan, depicted in Mizoguchi's typical style. The theme song "Tokyo March" was originally sung by Chiyako Sato.