Mikako Ichikawa

Mikako Ichikawa
Name : Mikako Ichikawa
Birth Date :13 June 1978
Birth Place :Ota City, Tokyo, Japan
Nationality :NA
Height:1.69 m
Occupation:Actress

Mikako Ichikawa is a Japanese actress and model from Tokyo, Japan. Her older sister is the actress and model Miwako Ichikawa.

Mikako Ichikawa Movies and TV Shows

  • A Girl Missing [11 June 2020 (Netherlands)]

    When one of the two granddaughters of the elderly woman whom Ichiko, a home hospice nurse, looks after mysteriously disappears and it's discovered that the abductor is none other than Ichiko's nephew, her world begins to crumble.

  • Animus Anima [5 February 2005]

  • Another Heaven [Toshio Tsuboi]

  • Basic Tsukamoto [Naoko Ogigami]

  • Be with You []

  • Blue [16 October 2009 (India)]

    Sagar, Sam and Aarav decide to dive underwater to find treasure in a sunken ship in order to help Sam clear his debt. However, one of them has a hidden agenda of his own.

  • Cutie Honey [19 February 2004]

    Cutie Honey is a 2004 Japanese tokusatsu film directed by Hideaki Anno. It is an adaptation of the 1970s manga and anime series Cutie Honey. The film stars popular Japanese model Eriko Sato as the hyperactive Honey.

  • Damejin [2006]

  • Dead End Run [18 October 2003 (Japan)]

    Dead End Run is a 2003 film directed by Japanese cult film director Sogo Ishii, notable for Ishii's trademark flashy visual style.

  • Destiny: The Tale of Kamakura [9 December 2017 (Japan)]

    Masakazu Isshiki is a mystery writer. He lives with his much younger wife Akiko in Kamakura, Japan.

  • Glasses [22 September 2007 (Japan)]

    Megane is a 2007 Japanese comedy film written and directed by Naoko Ogigami. The film is set on an unnamed Japanese island and tells the story of a vacationing university professor who comes in contact with several eccentric local inhabitants.

  • Gluttonous [10 May 2003]

  • Jam Films 2 [27 March 2004 (Japan)]

  • Jinsei no yakusoku [9 January 2016 (Japan)]

    Jinsei no Yakusoku is a 2016 Japanese drama film directed by Kan Ishibashi and written by Masahiro Yoshimoto. It was released in Japan on January 9, 2016.

  • Kisshō Tennyo [30 June 2007]

  • Life Can Be So Wonderful [31 March 2007]

  • Life Is Journey [Isshin Inudo]

  • Lovers' Kiss [25 January 2003]

    Lovers' Kiss is a 2003 Japanese romance movie directed by Ataru Oikawa based on a manga by Akimi Yoshida. This is a youth movie of six teenagers whom it is focused on, taking place in Kamakura. The themes of homosexuality and sexual trauma are the main focus of the story.

  • Memories of Matsuko [27 May 2006 (Japan)]

    While combing through the belongings of his recently deceased aunt, nephew Sho (Eita) pieces together the crucial events that sank her life into a sea of bitterness. As a schoolteacher in her youth, Sho's aunt, Matsuko (Miki Nakatani), took the fall for her student's crime. Unable to shake the resulting stigma, she was forced to live on the street and entered into a series of abusive relationships. But a chance at happiness with an old flame gave her a sliver of hope.… MORE

  • Mother Water [30 October 2010 (Japan)]

  • Mountain days with Tom-san [2003]

  • Museum [12 November 2016 (Taiwan)]

    Museum is a 2016 Japanese thriller film directed by Keishi Ōtomo. It is based on the 2013 manga of same name by Ryosuke Tomoe. It was released in Japan by Warner Bros. Pictures on November 12, 2016.

  • Nagi's Long Vacation [26 December 2015]

  • Narratage [7 October 2017 (Japan)]

  • Only The Cat Knows [12 September 2019 (Taiwan)]

  • Our Family [24 May 2014 (Japan)]

  • Pretty Woman [23 March 1990 (Canada)]

    Edward, a rich entrepreneur, hires Vivian, a prostitute, to accompany him to a few social events. Trouble ensues when he falls in love with her and they try to bridge the gap between their worlds.

  • Rampo Noir [5 November 2005 (Japan)]

    Rampo Noir is a 2005 Japanese anthology film consisting of four segments based on works by Edogawa Ranpo. Content/Stories Mars Canal - A story told without speaking. It tells the story of a naked man who wanders through a depressing and desolate landscape recalling memories of his former lover.

  • ReLIFE [2007]

  • Rent-a-Cat [12 May 2012 (Japan)]

    Rent-a-Cat is a Japanese comedy-drama film written and directed by Naoko Ogigami. It premiered at 2012 Stockholm International Film Festival and was also featured in 17th Busan International Film Festival.

  • Romantic Prelude [16 May 2009]

  • Shin Godzilla [14 July 2015 (Hollywood)]

    Eren Yeager is determined to help save humanity when titans re-appear and being to feast on human flesh.

  • Ten Nights of Dreams [22 October 2006]

    Ten dream sequences range from wacky visions to unsettling nightmares.

  • The Extreme Sukiyaki [23 November 2013]

  • The Scythian Lamb [3 February 2018 (Japan)]

    Six strangers who move to a coastal town are part of a covert government project to resocialize murder convicts, but their plan goes awry.

  • The Third Murder [9 September 2017 (Japan)]

    Well-known attorney Shigemori takes on the defense of murder-robbery suspect Misumi, who served jail time for another murder 30 years ago. Shigemori's chances of winning the case seem low, as his client freely admits his guilt, even though he faces the death penalty if convicted. But as he digs deeper into the case, hearing the testimonies of the victim's family and Misumi himself, Shigemori begins to doubt whether his client is actually the murderer.… MORE

  • The Tokyo Night Sky Is Always the Densest Shade of Blue [8 December 2018 (Indonesia)]

  • The Voice of Sin [Seiichi Tanabe]

  • Timeless Melody [18 March 2000 (Tokyo)]

  • Tokyo Oasis [22 October 2011 (Japan)]

    Japanese actress Touko (Satomi Kobayashi) leaves her latest film set and meets three people by random chance.

  • Tracing Jake [Hajime Takezono]

  • Travail [23 March 2002]

    Asami Honjo (Asaka Seto) and her sister, Rina (Mikako Ichikawa), are professional players of shogi, a chess-like Japanese game. Increasingly unhappy with her marriage to Kayuza (Shin'ya Tsukamoto), Asami tells him she will seek a divorce if her recent losing streak continues. Meanwhile, Rina lives with Hiroki (Jun Murakami), an unemployed musician who keeps house for her so she can focus on her work. Tensions come to a head when the two sisters must play a championship game against each other.… MORE

  • Wagaya [Osamu Minorikawa]

  • Wandering Home [23 October 2010]

  • Yama no Tom San [Oto Ueda]

  • 운명 [Noriyoshi Sakuma]

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QA About Mikako Ichikawa

What is birthdate of Mikako Ichikawa?

- 13 June 1978.

What is BirthPlace of Mikako Ichikawa?

- Ota City, Tokyo, Japan.

What is Nationality of Mikako Ichikawa?

- NA.

What is Height of Mikako Ichikawa?

- 1.69 m.

What is Age of Mikako Ichikawa?

- 42.

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