Top 10 Most Beautiful Japanese Actresses

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Keiko Kitagawa

Hello everyone at here in this post, we will talk about top 10 most beautiful Japanese Actresses at here. In this list, I take Yui Aragaki, Aya Ueto, Yuriko Yoshitaka, Erika Toda, Maki Horikita, Erika Sawajiri, Nozomi Sasaki, Kyoko Fukada, Keiko Kitagawa, and Yukie Nakama.

Now let’s have a look at the top 10 most charming Japanese Actress with their biography at here given below in the article. You can also tell us which is your favorite Japanese Actresses in the comment section.

Top 10 Most Beautiful Japanese Actresses

10.) Yui Aragaki

Yui Aragaki

Yui Aragaki is a Japanese actress, model, singer, and occasional radio show host and was born on June 11, 1988. She has two older sisters. Yui made her career debut in TV drama program Dragon Zakura starring alongside Japanese idols like Tomohisa Yamashita and Masami Nagasawa.

After this Tv serial, she has been cast in many other TV shows. In 2007, She appeared in tragic love story movie hit Koizora, for which she won her first award, the Nikkan Sports Film Award for Best Newcomer.

9.) Aya Ueto

Aya Ueto

She is a Japanese actress, singer, model, tarento, and occasional radio personality. Born in Nerima, Tokyo, Ueto was discovered when she participated in the 7th Japan Bishōjo Contest, where she won the special jury prize.

8.) Yuriko Yoshitaka

Yuriko Yoshitaka

She was born on July 22, 1988, in Tokyo Japan. Yuriko made her debut in acting with  Hitomi Kanehara’s award-winning novel Snakes and Earrings in 2007. In 2008, She started working in the Music industry and she appeared in Flow’s music video.

7.) Erika Toda

Erika Toda

Erika Toda was born on  August 17, 1988. She appeared in many Japanese television dramas, including Liar Game, Code Blue, Ryusei no Kizuna, and Keizoku 2: SPEC. Erika Toda has also had supporting roles in many other popular TV dramas, such as Boss, Nobuta wo Produce, Engine, and Gal Circle. In the manga adaptation movie, Death Note, she played the role of Misa Amane.

 

6.) Maki Horikita

Maki Horikita

Maki Horikita was born on October 6, 1988, in Kiyose, Tokyo, Japan. She starred in numerous Japanese television dramas, television and magazine advertisements, and movies, including roles in Nobuta wo Produce, Hanazakari no Kimitachi e and Umechan Sensei.

 

5.) Erika Sawajiri

Erika Sawajiri

Erika Sawajiri was born on April 8, 1986, in Nerima, Tokyo. She is an actress, model, and singer. Erika in the non-fiction Japanese television drama 1 Litre of Tears, playing the role of a girl who suffered from the intractable disease spinocerebellar degeneration (SCD).

She was born to a Japanese father and an Algerian mother and Erika is the youngest of three children. In 2009, She married media creator Tsuyoshi Takashiro at Meiji Shrine in Yoyogi.

 

4.) Nozomi Sasaki

Nozomi Sasaki

Nozomi Sasaki was born on February 8, 1988. She is Japanese glamor model and former professional fashion model from Akita. Nozomi Sasaki worked seven years a fashion model and after this, she joined spokesperson for the mixed martial arts competition Dream Fighting Championships and the kickboxing competition K-1 World Max since 2009.

3.) Kyoko Fukada

Kyoko Fukada

She is a Japanese actress and singer. In Japan, her name is sometimes contracted to the nickname Fukakyon. She won the award for Best Actress at the Yokohama Film Festival for Kamikaze Girls.

 

2.) Keiko Kitagawa

Keiko Kitagawa

Keiko Kitagawa was born on August 22, 1986. She is a famous Japanese actress and former model. Keiko was an exclusive model for the Japanese Seventeen magazine from late 2003 to mid-2006, and quit modeling when she left the magazine.

She made her debut in Sailor Mars in the Sailor Moon live action show Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon (2003-2004) and after her role in the film Mamiya Kyōdai. She appeared in many movies like  The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006) and Handsome Suit (2008).

1.) Yukie Nakama

Yukie Nakama

Yukie Nakama was born on October 30, 1979, are a Japanese actress, singer and former idol. Yukie Nakama was born in Urasoe, Okinawa, Japan, into a fisherman’s family, the youngest of five siblings.

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