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Kaho Minami is a Actor Japonaise born on 20 january 1964 at Amagasaki (Japon)

Kaho Minami

Kaho Minami
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Nationality Japon
Birth 20 january 1964 (57 years) at Amagasaki (Japon)

Kaho Minami (南 果歩, Minami Kaho, born January 20, 1964) is a Japanese actress of Korean descent active in film, television and commercials.


She has been married to actor Ken Watanabe since December 3, 2005. In addition to Watanabe's two children, she also has a son from her previous husband, Hitonari Tsuji, with whom she divorced in 2000.

Usually with

Masato Harada
Masato Harada
(1 films)
Emi Wada
Emi Wada
(1 films)
Jinpachi Nezu
Jinpachi Nezu
(2 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Kaho Minami (14 films)

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Kabukicho Love Hotel, 2h15
Directed by Ryūichi Hiroki
Genres Drama, Comedy
Actors Shota Sometani, Atsuko Maeda, Kaho Minami, Yutaka Matsushige, Nao Ōmori, Jun Murakami
Roles Satomi Suzuki
Rating69% 3.4847153.4847153.4847153.4847153.484715
Having lost his job at a five-star hotel, Toru (Shota Sometani) is now a manager of a love hotel in the titular district in Tokyo. Toru's live-in lover, Saya (Atsuko Maeda), doesn't know that. She is a singer and agrees to sleep with a music executive so she can get a record deal.
The Go Master, 1h44
Directed by Tian Zhuangzhuang
Genres Drama, Biography
Actors Chang Chen, Sylvia Chang, Akira Emoto, Ayumi Itō, Keiko Matsuzaka, Kaho Minami
Roles Nagako Nagaoka
Rating62% 3.1496853.1496853.1496853.1496853.149685
The Go Master shines a light on the life and times of Wu Qingyuan, pronounced Go Seigen in Japanese. Wu is considered the greatest Go player of the 20th century, his talents bringing him from his native China to a professional career in Japan when he was only a teenager. Based on Wu's autobiography, this elegantly shot and remarkably restrained biopic follows the life of a singular figure, fascinating not only for his genius and achievements in the game of Go, but also for his unique experiences as a Chinese man in Japan during an immensely turbulent period in history. Acclaimed Taiwanese actor Chang Chen (Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon) portrays the titular role in a subtle, poignant performance that is as penetrating as it is opaque, underlying the brooding lyricism of the film. The Go Master co-stars Sylvia Chang, Matsuzaka Keiko, Emoto Akira, and Ito Ayumi, and Wu Qingyuan himself appears briefly in the film's prologue. Also of note is the film's costume design, which is by renowned designer Wada Emi (Ran, Hero, House of Flying Daggers).
The Great Yokai War, 2h4
Directed by Takashi Miike
Origin Japon
Genres Science fiction, Comedy, Fantasy, Action
Themes Films about magic and magicians, Films based on mythology, Children's films
Actors Ryūnosuke Kamiki, Chiaki Kuriyama, Hiroyuki Miyasako, Bunta Sugawara, Riko Narumi, Etsushi Toyokawa
Rating63% 3.197213.197213.197213.197213.19721
A young boy named Tadashi Ino moves to a small town after the divorce of his parents. At a local festival, he is picked to be that year's "Kirin Rider," a protector of all things good. He soon discovers that his new title is quite literal, as a nefarious spirit named Yasunori Kato appears. Originally a human who became a demon from the strength of his hatred for humans, Kato desires vengeance against their actions on the Yokai. To carry out his revenge, Kato allies himself with a Yokai named Agi while he summons a fiery spirit called Yomotsumono, composed of the resentment of the many things which mankind has discarded. With Yomotsumono's flames, Kato feeds it Yokai which are used as ingredients in creating violent junkyard Tsukumogami under his control that capture other Yokai to build their numbers while killing humans. One of such Yokai, Sunekosuri, escaped and befriended Tadashi who attempts to obtain the Daitenguken from the mountain as part of being the Kirin Rider. However, he wimped out at the last second and with trickery by Shōjō, who picked Tadashi out, the boy overcame the test. Accompanied by Shōjō, Kawahime, and Kawataro, Tadashi makes his way to the DaiTengu who gives him a sword before being taken away by the Tsukumogami. In spite of Tadashi's attempts, the sword is broken as Agi takes Sunekosuri as her captive before the boy is knocked unconscious.
Infection (2004)
, 1h38
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Horror
Themes Medical-themed films, Films about viral outbreaks, Disaster films
Actors Koichi Sato, Masanobu Takashima, Yōko Maki, Michiko Hada, Shirō Sano, Tae Kimura
Roles Head nurse
Rating61% 3.0507153.0507153.0507153.0507153.050715
At a hospital, Dr. Akiba refuses to admit a patient with a strange black rash and is alerted to a serious crisis in Room 3 where a burn victim has died, having apparently been given the wrong drug. Akiba, another doctor, and four nurses decide to cover up the cause of death and move the body to an unused room.
Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack, 1h45
Directed by Shūsuke Kaneko
Origin Japon
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Thriller, Fantastic, Fantasy, Action, Adventure
Themes Films about animals, Dinosaur films, La fin du monde, Kaiju films, Films about magic and magicians, Seafaring films, La préhistoire, Transport films, Animaux préhistoriques, Films about insects, Films about dragons, Les fées, Giant monster films, Godzilla films, Films about extraterrestrial life, Disaster films
Actors Chiharu Niiyama, Masahiro Kobayashi, Ryudo Uzaki, Kaho Minami, Masahiro Kobayashi, Shirō Sano
Roles SDF Intelligence Captain Kumi Emori
Rating71% 3.5519253.5519253.5519253.5519253.551925
During a meeting of the Japan Self-Defense Forces (JSDF) for the potential return of Godzilla, Admiral Taizo Tachibana briefs cadets about Godzilla's first attack. A nuclear submarine is reported missing, which is later found to have been destroyed by Godzilla. Tachibana's daughter, Yuri Tachibana films a docudrama with her crew at Mt. Myoko, where a mysterious earthquake randomly ensues. The odd earthquake returns later that night burying a biker gang and leaving one surviving trucker who witnesses the monster, Baragon.
Tokyo: The Last War
Directed by Takashige Ichise
Genres Science fiction, Fantasy, Horror
Themes Sports films, Martial arts films
Actors Masaya Katō, Kaho Minami, Kyūsaku Shimada, Tetsurō Tanba, Yoshio Tsuchiya
Rating61% 3.057583.057583.057583.057583.05758
The sequel begins in 1945, during a period extensive American firebombing over major Japanese cities. Desperate to end the war quickly, the government concocts a plan to eliminate major key leaders of each country. With the support of the Japanese government, the Buddhist shaman Kan’nami Kouou (Tetsuro Tamba) plans to curse the leaders of the Allied forces using magic. Unfortunately, the spirits of those civilians who were horribly killed during the fire bombings culminate together and reincarnate Yasunori Kato (Kyusaku Shimada), the demonic Onmyoji who was suppressed 20 years ago. Once again, Kato wants Tokyo to suffer for its crimes and sets off to stop Kouou’s plan from succeeding so that the war will continue and Tokyo will be destroyed. To challenge Kato, Kouou has hired a young man, Yuko Nakamura (Masaya Kato), who has incredible psychic abilities. During the course of the story, Nakamura meets and falls in love with Yukiko Tatsumiya (Kaho Minami), who is now working as a nurse in a War Victims Hospital and still suffering from traumatic memories of abuse as a child by Kato. The young psychic is unable to contend with Kato’s mighty powers and after several battles (the final involving his power being enhanced through artificial means), he is nearly killed. Despite nearing death, Yukiko’s love gives Nakamura enough strength to perform one last trick which successfully destroys Kato’s physical body. Meanwhile, Kouou realizes that Japan is doomed to lose the war. Thus he changes targets, sparing the Allied leaders, and launching a psychic attack against Adolf Hitler which drives Hitler to commit suicide in his bunker. Yukiko prays to Masakado to seal away Kato’s soul forever.