NationalityJapon Birth 27 march 1945 (78 years) at Otaru City (Japon) Awards Japan Academy Prize
Nobuko Miyamoto (宮本 信子, Miyamoto Nobuko, born March 27, 1945) is a Japanese actress. She was born in Otaru, Hokkaidō, and raised in Nagoya. She was married to director Juzo Itami from 1969 until his death in 1997, and regularly starred in his films.
She has been nominated for eight Best Actress Japanese Academy Awards, winning in 1988 for her role in A Taxing Woman.
Nobuko Miyamoto passe son enfance à Nagoya. Elle a été mariée au réalisateur Jūzō Itami de 1969 à 1997, année du suicide de ce dernier. À plusieurs reprises, elle interprète le premier rôle dans des films de son époux.
Nobuko Miyamoto est nominée huit fois pour la récompense de meilleure actrice lors des Japan Academy Prize. Elle remporte finalement cette récompense en 1988 pour son rôle dans L'Inspectrice des impôts (マルサの女, Marusa no onna).
, 2h7 Directed byJūzō Itami GenresDrama, Comedy, Romantic comedy ActorsNobuko Miyamoto, Masahiko Tsugawa (津川 雅彦), Akiko Matsumoto, Kunitarō Sawamura, Tomiko Ishii, Fumika Shimizu Roles Hanako Inoue Rating72% A new supermarket 'Bargains Galore' opens, and threatens the longer-established 'Honest Goro' with its aggressive price cutting. The owner of 'Honest Goro' (Goro, played by Masahiko Tsugawa) inspects the new store, and bumps into an old classmate he hasn't seen for years (Hanako, played by Nobuko Miyamoto). She uses her 'housewife's know-how' to show him why his supermarket is performing so badly. He resolves to make his supermarket the best in Japan, and gives her a job as head cashier.
, 2h3 Directed byJūzō Itami GenresDrama, Thriller, Comedy, Crime ThemesSeafaring films, Transport films, Yakuza films, Gangster films ActorsNobuko Miyamoto, Akira Takarada, Hideji Ōtaki, Akira Nakao, Masahiko Tsugawa (津川 雅彦) Roles Mahiru Inoue Rating73% The owner of a high-class Japanese hotel, the Europa, hopes to win a prestigious and lucrative contract for the hotel as the site of a summit meeting between important international officials. Unfortunately, the yakuza have taken a liking to this hotel as both a hangout and a target for extortion. In order to win the contract, the owner realizes, he must rid the hotel of the yakuza. Fearing to confront them himself, he deputizes a hotel accountant, Suzuki (Yasuo Daichi) and a bellboy and former college sumo-club member, Wakasugi (Takehiro Murata). The hapless pair are no more daring than their employer, however, and their tentative attempts to address the problem fail until they meet Mahiru Inoue (Nobuko Miyamoto), a lawyer who specializes in dealing with the yakuza. With Inoue's direction, the hotel staff comes together to face down the yakuza ruffians, who are portrayed as craven, outwardly-threatening-but-inwardly-weak, fools.
, 1h41 Directed byKiyoshi Kurosawa GenresFantasy, Horror ThemesGhost films ActorsNobuko Miyamoto, Shingo Yamashiro, Fukumi Kuroda, Tsutomu Yamazaki, Jūzō Itami Roles Akiko Hayakawa Rating64% A small film crew visits the old, abandoned mansion of famous artist Ichirō Mamiya, who left several precious frescos inside his house. The team wants to restore and publish the paintings and film a documentary about Mamiya and his arts. The team includes Kazuo (Shingo Yamashiro), his daughter Emi (Nokko), producer Akiko (Nobuko Miyamoto), photographer Tagushi (Ichiro Furutachi) and art restorer Asuka (Fukumi Kuroda). After they enter the mansion, paranormal events betray the presence of a poltergeist. Soon, Asuka is possessed by the infuriated ghost of Fujin, Ichirō's wife. The team discovers a makeshift grave where a toddler is buried. The boy is Ichirō and Fujin's son, who fell into the house's incinerator one day and burned alive. Since then, Fujin's ghost haunts the mansion, killing any trespassers. In the end, only Kazuo, Emi, and Akiko survive, by reuniting Fujin with her beloved son, and so giving them peace. When Kazuo, Emi, and Akiko leave the mansion, it begins to collapse.
, 1h54 Directed byYasuo Furuhata OriginJapon GenresDrama ActorsKen Takakura, Sumiko Fuji, Yasuko Tomita, Claude Maki, Nobuko Miyamoto, Hideji Ōtaki Roles Kimiko Rating66% Japon, 1937. Suite à une mutation, Senkichi Mizuta, sa femme Tami et leur fille Satoko viennent vivre à Tokyo. Shūzō Kadokura leur a trouvé une coquette maison et se démène pour leur rendre leur arrivée la plus agréable possible. Kadokura et Mizuta sont amis depuis qu'ils ont combattu côte à côte lors de la Première guerre mondiale. Kadokura est à la tête d'une entreprise de fournitures pour l'armée et voue un amour platonique à Tami.
, 1h54 Directed byJūzō Itami OriginJapon GenresComedy ThemesCooking films, Films about sexuality, Erotic films ActorsTsutomu Yamazaki, Nobuko Miyamoto, Ken Watanabe, Kōji Yakusho, Fukumi Kuroda, Rikiya Yasuoka Roles Tampopo Rating78% A pair of truck drivers, the experienced Gorō (Tsutomu Yamazaki) and a younger sidekick named Gun (Ken Watanabe), stop at a decrepit roadside ramen (noodle) shop. Outside, Gorō rescues a boy who is being beaten up by three schoolmates. The boy, Tabo, turns out to be the son of the widowed owner of the struggling business, Tampopo (Nobuko Miyamoto). When a customer called Pisken (Rikiya Yasuoka) harasses Tampopo, Gorō invites him and his men to step outside. Gorō puts up a good fight, but outnumbered by Pisken and his men, he is knocked out and wakes up the next morning in Tampopo's home.