Yū Aoi

Yū Aoi
Name : Yū Aoi
Birth Date :17 August 1985
Birth Place :Fukuoka, Japan
Nationality :NA
Height:1.6 m
Occupation:Actress

Yu Aoi is a Japanese actress and model. She made her film debut as Shiori Tsuda in Shunji Iwai's 2001 film All About Lily Chou-Chou.

Yū Aoi Movies and TV Shows

  • About Her Brother [30 January 2010 (Japan)]

    A woman considers disowning her troublesome sibling after he disrupts her daughter's wedding.

  • All About Lily Chou-Chou [6 October 2001 (Japan)]

    For kids around the world, music is often the only salvation when the pain and anxiety of teenage life becomes too much to bear. Yuichi (Hayato Ichihara) is in the 8th grade and he worships Lily Chou-Chou, a Bjork-like chanteuse whose epic music is lush and transcendent. Yuichi only lives for Lily Chou-Chou's big Tokyo concert, where the lies and violence can be washed away by the presence of his goddess and her powerful music. But fate has yet another obstacle in store for Lily's devoted fan.… MORE

  • Best Wishes for Tomorrow [1 March 2008]

    Best Wishes for Tomorrow is a Japanese film by director Takashi Koizumi and based on the novel Nagai Tabi by Shōhei Ōoka. It stars Makoto Fujita as Lieutenant General Tasuku Okada during the Yokohama War Crimes Trials.

  • Birds Without Names [28 October 2017 (Japan)]

    An unbalanced young woman longs for her ex-boyfriend, the one who almost beat her to death.

  • Climbing to Spring [14 June 2014 (Japan)]

    Climbing to Spring is a 2014 Japanese drama film directed by Daisaku Kimura. It was released on 14 June 2014.

  • Don't Laugh at My Romance [19 January 2008 (Japan)]

  • Flowers [Kōki Mitani]

  • From Miyamoto to You [21 November 2019 (Hong Kong)]

    A temperamental salesman falls for the friend of a co-worker.

  • Hana and Alice [13 March 2004 (Japan)]

    High school buddies Hana and Alice both become smitten with the same boy and their friendship nears a breaking point.

  • Harlock: Space Pirate [7 September 2013 (Japan)]

    Determined to keep the malevolent Gaia Coalition from ruling the universe, one man boldly attacks enemy spaceships.

  • Harmful Insect [16 March 2002 (Japan)]

    Sex with her sixth-grade teacher and a troubled home push a 13-year-old (Aoi Miyazaki) to drop out of school and over the edge.

  • Henshin [2005]

  • Honey And Clover [Li Yun Chan]

  • Honokaa Boy [14 March 2009]

  • Hula Girls [23 September 2006 (Japan)]

    Young women from a small Japanese town of Iwaki look to revive their home's declining fortunes by building a Hawaiian village tourist attraction.

  • Japanese Girls Never Die [3 December 2016 (Japan)]

    When cryptic graffiti begins to appear all over town, a mysterious group of high school girls starts attacking men at random.

  • Journey to the Shore [17 May 2015]

    A lonely piano teacher is visited by the ghost of her dead husband and together they embark on a journey around Japan.

  • Killing [7 September 2018]

    'Killing', the powerful latest work by Japanese master Shinya Tsukamoto ('Tetsuo: The Iron Man'), offers a modern take on the classic samurai film, evoking both the genre's mood and spirit. In exchange for board and lodging, lightning-fast samurai.

  • Letters from Kanai Nirai [4 June 2005]

  • Mixed Doubles [10 February 2006 (India)]

    Mumbai-based Sunil Arora decides to spice up his boring marriage life. He asks his wife to swap him with another man, while he swaps her for another woman.

  • Mushishi [24 March 2007 (Japan)]

    Mushishi, also known in English as Mushi-Shi: The Movie and Bugmaster, is a 2006 Japanese fantasy film directed by Katsuhiro Otomo, based on the manga of the same name. It stars Joe Odagiri as Ginko, a traveler who dedicates himself to protecting the populace from supernatural creatures called Mushi.

  • One Million Yen Girl [19 July 2008]

    Released from prison, a young woman decides that life could be much easier if she were to move to a new place every time she can save enough money.

  • Over the Fence [17 September 2016 (Japan)]

    A recently divorced Japanese man meets an unconventional woman at a hostess club.

  • Patisserie Coin de rue [11 February 2011]

    Patisserie Coin de rue is a 2011 Japanese drama film directed by Yoshihiro Fukagawa. It stars Yōsuke Eguchi, who is playing the role of a legendary patissier who suddenly quits making patisserie and becomes a guidebook writer.

  • Penguin Highway [17 August 2018 (Japan)]

    Aoyama is a serious 10-year-old boy who records all of his day-to-day experiences in his notebook. One day in May, penguins inexplicably appear in his home town, despite being located a long way from the sea.

  • Rainbow Song [28 October 2006 (Japan)]

    Rainbow Song is a 2006 Japanese film by director Naoto Kumazawa and produced by Shunji Iwai. Kumazawa had worked with Iwai before, having directed the making-of documentary for Swallowtail Butterfly.

  • Redline [9 September 2010 (New Zealand)]

    A daredevil driver is determined to compete in Redline, the most popular race in the galaxy. The race only occurs every five years, but in order to participate he must overcome the mafia, the government and even love.

  • Romance Doll [24 January 2020 (Japan)]

    It was a pre-destined love and marriage for Sonoko and Tetsuo. They tied the knot and became husband and wife no questions asked. All is well then. Well, perhaps not. Each holds a secret that even the binds of matrimony cannot untie.

  • Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno [1 August 2014 (Japan)]

    Kenshin reluctantly agrees to go to Kyoto to help stop Makoto Shishio and his warriors from overthrowing the new goverment.

  • Rurouni Kenshin: Origins [Nobuhiro Doi]

  • Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends [13 September 2014]

    Shishio sets sail in his ironclad ship to bring down the government. In order to stop him, Kenshin trains with his old master to learn his final technique.

  • Sea Cat [13 November 2004]

  • Shining Boy & Little Randy [16 July 2005 (Japan)]

  • Sugar and Spice [16 September 2006]

    Sugar and Spice is a 2006 Japanese movie directed by Isamu Nakae and starring Yūya Yagira and Erika Sawajiri.

  • Tamatama [15 October 2011]

    Tamatama is a 2011 Japanese film, a drama directed by Mayumi Komatsu.

  • Tekkonkinkreet [11 December 2006 (Tokyo)]

    The tale of a pair of orphans who attempt to prevent the Yakuza and their assorted violent and corrupt allies from taking over their city.

  • Tetsujin 28: The Movie [19 March 2005 (Japan)]

    Tetsujin 28: The Movie is a 2005 Japanese live-action film based on the 1956 manga Tetsujin 28-go by Mitsuteru Yokoyama. Directed by Shin Togashi, it was the first original film based on the series, as well as the first to be released theatrically.

  • The Case of Hana & Alice [20 February 2015 (South Korea)]

    Tetsuko, a 14-year-old student, moves with her mother to a new town. She is immediately bullied in her new school and is given the seat of a murdered student. Determined to find out what happened, Tetsuko begins investigating the death.

  • The Lightning Tree [22 October 2010 (Japan)]

  • They Say Nothing Stays the Same [5 November 2019 (Hong Kong)]

  • Tokyo Family [19 January 2013 (Japan)]

    An elderly couple journey to Tokyo to visit their grown children, only to find them preoccupied and self-involved.

  • Tokyo Ghoul [29 July 2017 (Japan)]

    A college student is attacked by a ghoul, a being that feeds on human flesh. He later receives an organ transplant from the ghoul, becoming part monster himself.

  • Tokyo! [16 August 2008 (Japan)]

    Three distinct tales unfold in the bustling city of Tokyo. Merde (Denis Lavant), a bizarre sewer-dweller, emerges from a manhole and begins terrorizing pedestrians. After his arrest, he stands trial and lashes out at a hostile courtroom. A man (Teruyuki Kagawa) who has resigned himself to a life of solitude reconsiders after meeting a charming pizza delivery woman. And finally, a happy young couple (Ayako Fujitani, Ryô Kase) find themselves undergoing a series of frightening metamorphoses.… MORE

  • Turtles Are Surprisingly Fast Swimmers [2 July 2005]

    Turtles Are Surprisingly Fast Swimmers is a 2005 feature film by Japanese writer/director Satoshi Miki.

  • Vampire [September 2012 (Japan)]

    An outwardly normal schoolteacher (Kevin Zegers) preys on suicidal women to slake his overwhelming thirst for human blood.

  • Welcome to the Quiet Room [20 October 2007 (Japan)]

    Welcome to the Quiet Room is a Japanese comedy-drama released in 2007 in Japan, directed by Suzuki Matsuo. It stars Yuki Uchida in the main role, and features two famous movie and anime directors in secondary roles: Hideaki Anno and Shinya Tsukamoto.

  • What a Wonderful Family! [11 February 2016]

    The patriarch of a family is enjoying his retirement until his wife of 50 years announces she wants a divorce. Panic stricken, the couple's three adult children are forced to deal with their own relationship problems.

  • What a Wonderful Family! 3: My Wife, My Life [5 April 2018]

    At the Hirata home, three generations of their family live together. A crisis ensues when one afternoon, housewife Fumie falls asleep and wakes up to find that a thief has stolen her secret money she kept hidden in the refrigerator.

  • What a Wonderful Family! II [10 February 2017]

    Shuzo refuses to go on a trip with his wife, Tomiko, and her writing group to Scandinavia and decides to stay with his elder son in Tokyo. One day, he meets a school friend who ends up dying, leaving Shuzo and his family in a soup.

  • Wife of a Spy [16 October 2020 (Japan)]

    At the beginning of WWII, a Japanese businessman uncovers a disturbing government secret while traveling to Manchuria.

  • Yamato [17 December 2005 (Japan)]

    Yamato is a 2005 Japanese war film. It was directed by Junya Satō and is based on a book by Jun Henmi. With a framing story set in the present day, by flashbacks it tells the story of the crew of the World War II Japanese battleship Yamato, concentrating on the ship's demise during Operation Ten-Go.

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QA About Yū Aoi

What is birthdate of Yū Aoi?

- 17 August 1985.

What is BirthPlace of Yū Aoi?

- Fukuoka, Japan.

What is Nationality of Yū Aoi?

- NA.

What is Height of Yū Aoi?

- 1.6 m.

What is Age of Yū Aoi?

- 35.

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