Mirei Kiritani

Mirei Kiritani
Name : Mirei Kiritani
Birth Date :16 December 1989
Birth Place :Chiba, Japan
Nationality :NA
Height:1.64 m
Occupation:Actress

Mirei Kiritani, born Sayasa Matsuoka on 16 December 1989, is a Japanese actress, model, and news anchor. She appeared in the film Kimi ni Todoke, Usagi Drop, and Arakawa Under the Bridge. She also appeared in the drama Andō Lloyd: A.I. knows Love?, Gunshi Kanbei, Hell Teacher Nūbē, and so on.

Mirei Kiritani Movies and TV Shows

  • Ace Attorney [6 October 2012 (Japan)]

  • Akai bunka jûtaku no hatsuko [Kentarō Ōtani]

  • Arakawa Under the Bridge [22 June 2013]

    Crying 100 Times: Every Raindrop Falls is a 2013 Japanese romance drama film based on Kou Nakamura's novel of the same name. Directed by Ryūichi Hiroki, it stars Tadayoshi Okura and Mirei Kiritani.

  • Asa Hiru Ban [2006]

  • Assassination Classroom: Graduation [18 August 2018]

  • Bunny Drop [25 March 2016 (Japan)]

    After destroying the moon, an alien announces to the authorities that Earth is next. Amid the chaos, the creature announces it will become the homeroom teacher for a third grade class to tutor his students on how to kill him.

  • Cheap Flight!! [Kensaku Sawada]

  • Classmates [16 January 2015 (India)]

    Satya, the leader of a party in his college, falls in love with Aditi, the niece of a politician. However, things turn complicated when Aditi stands against Satya in the elections of their college.

  • Crying 100 Times: Every Raindrop Falls [11 February 2012 (Japan)]

    In 20XX, to prevent the rise of crimes, bench trials a new justice system where the defence and prosecutor go head-to-head in court is started. Talented attorney Mia Fey, who shows understanding for her junior lawyer, Phoenix Wright, is murdered.

  • Deru toko demasho! [Hiro Kanai, Tomonobu Moriwaki, Ryo Tanaka]

  • Detective Conan: The Eleventh Striker [12 May 2007]

  • Gene Waltz [15 May 2010]

    Ongakubito is a 2010 Japanese romance film directed by Hidetaka Itō who is known for the Fuji TV's variety show Run for Money Tōsōchū. Kazuma Sano and Mirei Kiritani play the lead roles. It was released on May 15, 2010.

  • Heroine Disqualified [19 September 2015 (Japan)]

  • I Have to Buy New Shoes [6 October 2012 (Japan)]

    Before Ayumi inherits his grandmother's abilities to summon the dead, he has to learn the importance of living without regrets.

  • Jossy's [16 July 2019]

    Following in his father's footsteps, Luca must find the hero who wields the zenithian sword to save his mother from Ladja. Based on the fifth Dragon Quest game.

  • Kimi ni Todoke [25 September 2010]

    A schoolgirl is feared by her classmates because she looks like a character from a horror movie.

  • Mahounoiland Teddy Bear [Kazuhiro Kobayashi]

  • Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac [27 March 2010]

    Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac is a 2010 teen drama film directed by Hans Canosa, based on the 2007 young adult novel of the same name by Gabrielle Zevin. The film stars Japanese actress Maki Horikita, Japanese actors Kenichi Matsuyama and Yuya Tegoshi, and American actor Anton Yelchin.

  • Natsu No Koi Wa Nijiiro Ni Kagayaku [Hoshino Kazunari]

  • Ongakubito [10 May 2008]

    Classmates is a 2008 Japanese film directed by Yoshihiro Fukagawa and based on the novel of the same name by Keiko Kanome. The film stars Yūichi Nakamura as Jun Shibahara, Mirei Kiritani as Nozomi Hayakawa and Yūta Takahashi as Naoki Murai. The film was released on May 10, 2008.

  • Otomen [Satoru Nakajima]

  • Ranhansha [27 March 2010]

    Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac is a 2010 teen drama film directed by Hans Canosa, based on the 2007 young adult novel of the same name by Gabrielle Zevin. The film stars Japanese actress Maki Horikita, Japanese actors Kenichi Matsuyama and Yuya Tegoshi, and American actor Anton Yelchin.

  • Revenge Girl [23 December 2017]

    Miki, an egoistic woman, falls in love with Yuga but he leaves her after awhile. She decides to get revenge on him by standing in the upcoming elections.

  • Runway Beat [6 August 2011 (Japan)]

    Ranhansha is a 2011 Japanese romance and mystery film directed by Masaaki Taniguchi who directed Time Traveller: The Girl Who Leapt Through Time in 2010. His directed film Snowflake was also released on the same day. In both films, Mirei Kiritani plays the lead role.

  • Snowflake [Tanimura Masaki]

  • Taiikukan Baby [29 November 2013 (Japan)]

  • Team Batista Final: Kerberos no Shōzō [10 May 2008]

    Taiikukan Baby, also known as Gymnasium Baby, is a 2008 Japanese film directed by Yoshihiro Fukagawa and based on the novel of the same name by Keiko Kanome. The film stars Yūichi Nakamura as Jun Shibahara, Yūta Takahashi as Naoki Murai and Shō Kubo as Shōichi Kato. The film was released on May 10, 2008.

  • Until the Break of Dawn [20 August 2011 (Japan)]

    Bunny Drop, also known as Usagi Drop, is a 2011 Japanese drama film based on the manga of the same name by Yumi Unita. The film is directed by Sabu, and the screenplay was done by both Sabu and scriptwriter Tamio Hayashi. Bunny Drop stars actor Kenichi Matsuyama, who plays Daikichi, an office worker and a single man.

  • Vampire in Love [14 August 2020 (Japan)]

  • Yamagata Scream [12 May 2007]

  • 春の居場所 [6 August 2011]

    Snowflake is a 2011 Japanese romance and mystery film directed by Masaaki Taniguchi who directed Time Traveller: The Girl Who Leapt Through Time in 2010. His directed film Ranhansha was also released on the same day. This film was shot in Hakodate, Hokkaido. In both films, Mirei Kiritani plays the lead role.

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QA About Mirei Kiritani

What is birthdate of Mirei Kiritani?

- 16 December 1989.

What is BirthPlace of Mirei Kiritani?

- Chiba, Japan.

What is Nationality of Mirei Kiritani?

- NA.

What is Height of Mirei Kiritani?

- 1.64 m.

What is Age of Mirei Kiritani?

- 30.

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