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Top 10 Best Japanese Actors 2014

Japanese films are famous the world over for their powerful stories and amazing characters. Truly, the film industry of Japan has seen various successes both at national and international level. The actors and actresses here work really hard to get worldwide recognition. If you are amazed to know about the top 10 best Japanese actors 2014, then check out this list. I am sure you would love the article.

10. Kiriyama Renn

Kiriyama Renn has been known for his impressive personality. For many years, he has been one of the most dominating Japanese actors. Kiriyama is not only an actor, but also a television anchor and fashion model. He has appeared in several fashion shows, displaying the outfits of well-known designers.

Best Japanese Actors 2014

9. Fujiki Naohito

Fujiki Naohito is another great and talented actor of Japan. He has been the favorite of females for many years. It won’t be wrong to say that this hot star has taken the hearts of many young ladies. Regarding his acting, Fujiki has given many successes to the fans.

Best Japanese Actors 2014

8. Toma Ikuta

Toma Ikuta was born on October 7, 1984 in Hokkaido, Japan. He has played the great role of Shuichi Nakatsu in the Japanese drama Hanazakari no Kimitachi e (Hana Kimi). But this is not the only success he has given to this industry, Toma’s graph of popularity is very high. He has also worked on television in dramas like ‘Mawang’, and ‘Hana Yori Dango Returns’.

Best Japanese Actors 2014

7. Koji Seto

Born on May 18, 1988 in Fukuoka, Japan, Koji’s nickname is Setomaru. He is not only an awesome actor, but also a member of the acting group D-Boys. He has been in the industry for many years, and is known for his beautiful acting skills and amazing performance. In 2010, he was named one of the most promising actors in the polls conducted by Oricon.

Best Japanese Actors 2014

6. Osamu Mukai

Osamu Mukai was born in 1982 in Japan. He has completed his graduation from Meiji University and majored in genetic engineering. He has received various awards for his acting skills. He is truly a great and talented actor of the era. Osamu has also been a part of the magazine ‘Tokyo Graffiti’.

Best Japanese Actors 2014

5. Teppei Koike

Teppei Koike was born on January 5, 1986 in Osaka, Japan. His name “Teppei” has come from his father’s favourite manga, Ore wa Teppei. He is a talented actor, singer, and songwriter. Teppei is a beautiful highly impressive male of Japan. He started his career in 2002 an actor from the drama Tentai Kansoku. He has worked in dramas and movies as well.

Best Japanese Actors 2014

4. Jun Matsumoto

Jun Matsumoto was born on August 23, 1983 in Toshima, Tokyo, Japan. He started his professional career in 1996, and has played the role of Teddy Duchamp in a movie, Stand By Me. Jun has done fabulous job in all of his films. He has also done several television shows.

Best Japanese Actors 2014

3. Yamashita Tomohisa

Yamashita Tomohisa was born in April, 1985 in Chiba, Japan. He has been the member of Japanese talent agency Johnny & Associates as a trainee in 1996. He started his film journey from NHK’s Shonentachi in 1998. Yamashita is a talented actor, and great singer.

Best Japanese Actors 2014

2. Kenichi Matsuyama

Kenichi Matsuyama was born in March, 1985. This Japanese actor was starred as L in the films Death Note and L: Change the World. He has won various awards for his beautiful acting skills. He started his film career in 2002 from an episode of Gokusen.

Best Japanese Actors 2014

1. Ryosuke Yamada

Ryosuke Yamada was born on May 9, 1993 in Tokyo, Japan. He started his career as a backup dancer for Tackey &Tsubasa, NEWS, Kanjani8 and KAT-TUN. Then he also did performances in The Shounen Club from autumn 2004. He has given various successful movies to the fans.

Best Japanese Actors 2014

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  1. kyaaa, Ryo-chan~

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