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Ko Shibasaki
柴咲 コウ
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Shibasaki in 2020
Born
Yukie Yamamura (山村 幸恵)

(1981-08-05) 5 August 1981 (age 40)
Occupation
  • Actress
  • singer
Years active1998–present
Musical career
Genres Pop
Instrument(s)Vocals
Labels
Website www.koshibasaki.com

Ko Shibasaki (柴咲 コウ, Shibasaki Ko, born 5 August 1981) is a Japanese actress and singer who has performed in numerous television shows, movies, and commercials. She is managed by Stardust Promotion. [2]


Biography

Acting career

Shibasaki received the Letter of Appointment as the Goodwill Ambassador for the Environment from Hiroyoshi Sasagawa, Parliamentary Secretary of the Environment (at the Central Government Building No.5 on July 6, 2018)

Shibasaki debuted in 2000, when she portrayed the cold and deadly Mitsuko Souma in the cult classic film Battle Royale. Shibasaki also won critical acclaim for her role as Tsubaki Sakurai in the 2001 film Go, which earned her several awards, including the Best Supporting Actress Award of Japanese Academy, the Hōchi Movie Award, and the Kinema Junpō Award.

In 2013, Shibasaki made her U.S. film debut in 47 Ronin, a Keanu Reeves-led adaptation of the famous Chushingura story of samurai loyalty and revenge. The film was billed as the first ever English-language adaptation of the legend, based on historical events in the early 18th century. [3] In 2017, she played the main character Ii Naotora in the NHK Taiga drama TV series Naotora: The Lady Warlord. Before the series was filmed, Shibasaki visited the grave of Naotora. [4]

Music career

Shibasaki talked with Hiroyoshi Sasagawa, Parliamentary Secretary of the Environment (at the Central Government Building No.5 on July 6, 2018)

Shibasaki has two musical groups: Koh+ (with Masaharu Fukuyama) and Galaxias! (with Deco*27 and TeddyLoid). [1]

Shibasaki made her debut in the music industry in 2002 with her first single, "Trust My Feelings", but she became recognized for her second single, "Tsuki no Shizuku", which was used for the movie Yomigaeri.

Although she does not compose her own music, Kō Shibasaki writes the lyrics for most of her songs. Many of her singles have become theme songs for various films, dramas, and commercials. Her single "Lover Soul" was the ending theme song for the live action drama Otomen.

Her song "Another World" was the soundtrack of " Mirai Nikki - Another:World" (2011). [5]

In June 2015, Shibasaki released her first cover album Kou Utau, and in June 2016, she released her second cover album Zoku Kou Utau. [6]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2000 Tokyo Raiders Yumi
Tokyo Trash Baby Kyoko
Battle Royale Mitsuko Souma
2001 Run! Ichiro Miho Nakajima
Kakashi Izumi Miyamori
Go Tsubaki Sakurai
2002 Soundtrack Misa, Misa (2 roles)
Makeup Artist Kewaishi Nakatsu Sayo
Drive Sakai Sumire Lead role
2003 Yomigaeri Rui
One Missed Call Yumi Nakamura Lead role
2004 Crying Out Love in the Center of the World Ritsuko Fujimura
2005 One Missed Call 2 Yumi Nakamura Cameo
Maison de Himiko Saori Lead role
2006 Kenchō no Hoshi Aki Ninomiya
Legend of Raoh: Chapter of Death in Love Reina (voice)
Memories of Matsuko Watanabe Asuka
Sinking of Japan Reiko Abe
2007 Dororo Dororo
Maiko Haaaan!!! Fujiko Osawa
2008 Shaolin Girl Rin Lead role
Suspect X Kaoru Utsumi [7]
2010 Shokudo Katatsumuri Rinko Lead role
Ōoku Tokugawa Yoshimune
2013 Sue, Mai & Sawa: Righting the Girl Ship Morimoto Yoshiko Lead role
Detective Conan: Private Eye in the Distant Sea Nanami Fujii (voice)
47 Ronin Mika American film
2014 A Bolt from the Blue Etsuko Hanamura
Over Your Dead Body Miyuki Gotō, Oiwa
2016 Nobunaga Concerto Kichō
2019 The Island of Cats Michiko
2020 State of Emergency [8]
2021 Baragaki: Unbroken Samurai Oyuki [9]
Child of Kamiari Month Yayoi Hayama (voice) [10]
2022 Silent Parade Kaoru Utsumi [7]
xxxHolic Yuko Ichihara Lead role [11]
Phases of the Moon Kozue Osanai [12]
Three Sisters of Tenmasou Izuko [13]

Television

Year Title Role Network Notes Ref.
1998 Shin-D -
1999 L×I×V×E Akiko Taniguchi
P. S. Genkidesu, Shunpei Mika Kawai
Kowai Douwa Rapunzel
Warui Onna Bartender Ayaka Lead role
2000 Black Jack Keiko Toyama
Another Heaven ~eclipse~ Rumi Kiuchi
Densetsu no Kyoushi Rie
Tuesday Suspense Theater (Angel Dressed in Black) Nurse
Straight News Mina Hamasaki
Face ~Mishiranu Koibito~ Mako Okuno
School Ghost Stories: Spring Mononoke Special Young wife
2001 Let's Go! Nagata-cho Suzuko Hirose
2002 Yume no California Kotomi Oba
Sora Kara Furu Ichioku no Hoshi Yuki Mizashita
2003 Good Luck!! Ayumi Ogawa TBS [14]
Dr. Kotō Shinryōjo Ayaka Hoshino Fuji TV
2004 Orange Days Sae Hagio TBS Lead role
2006 Dr. Kotō Shinryōjo (second season) Ayaka Hoshino Fuji TV
2007 Galileo Detective Kaoru Utsumi Fuji TV
2010 Wagaya no Rekishi Masako Yame Fuji TV Lead role; miniseries
2011 Diplomat Kosaku Kuroda Rikako Ogaki Fuji TV
2013 Andō Lloyd: A.I. knows Love? Asahi Ando TBS
2014 Nobunaga Concerto Kichō Fuji TV
2015 Maru Maru Tsuma Hikari NTV Lead role
2016 Ice on the Tracks Mayu Daimon TV Asahi Lead role; television film
2017 Naotora: The Lady Warlord Ii Naotora NHK Lead role; Taiga drama
2018 Dele Sawatari Akina TV Asahi Episode 5
2019 The House on the Slope Yamazaki Risako Wowow Lead role
2020 Yell Tamaki Futaura NHK Asadora

Dubbing

Discography

Shibasaki has sold over 4 million singles combined. [17]

Studio albums

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album information Oricon
peak
position [18]
Mitsu ()
  • Released: February 11, 2004
  • Label: Universal J
  • Catalog No.: UPCH-1327
2
Hitori Asobi (ひとりあそび)
  • Released: December 14, 2005
  • Label: Universal J
  • Catalog No.: UPCH-1450
6
Kiki (嬉々♥)
  • Released: April 25, 2007
  • Label: Universal J
  • Catalog No.: UPCH-29003
3
Love Paranoia
  • Released: November 18, 2009
  • Label: Nayutawave Records
  • Catalog No.: UPCH-29039
2
Circle Cycle
  • Released: May 18, 2011
  • Label: Nayutawave Records
  • Catalog No.: UPCH-29069
3
Lyrical Wonder (リリカル*ワンダー)
  • Released: December 12, 2012
  • Label: Nayutawave Records
  • Catalog No.: UPCH-29092
20
Ko Utau (こううたう)
  • Released: June 17, 2015
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VIZL-782
  • Cover album
12
Zoku Ko Utau (続こううたう)
  • Released: July 20, 2016
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VIZL-1002
  • Cover album
10

Compilation albums

List of compilation albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album information Oricon
peak
position [18]
Single Best
  • Released: March 12, 2008
  • Label: Nayutawave Records
  • Catalog No.: UPCH-29010
1
The Back Best
  • Released: March 12, 2008
  • Label: Nayutawave Records
  • Catalog No.: UPCH-29011
3
Love&Ballad Selection
  • Released: June 30, 2010
  • Label: Nayutawave Records
  • Catalog No.: UPCH-29054
9

Singles

Title Release date Peak chart positions Album
Oricon [19] Japan Hot 100 [20]
"Trust my feelings" July 24, 2002 50 × Single Best
"Tsuki no Shizuku" (月のしずく) - as Rui January 15, 2003 1 × Mitsu
"Nemuri Renai Yoru wa Nemuri Ranai Yume o" (眠レナイ夜ハ眠ラナイ夢ヲ) June 4, 2003 7 × Mitsu
"Omoide Dakede wa Tsurasugiru" (思い出だけではつらすぎる) September 3, 2003 9 × Mitsu
"Ikutsuka no Sora" (いくつかの空) January 14, 2004 10 × Mitsu
"Katachi Aru Mono" (かたち あるもの) August 11, 2004 2 × Single Best
"Glitter" February 16, 2005 6 × Hitori Asobi
"Sweet Mom" October 5, 2005 3 × Hitori Asobi
"Kage" (影) February 15, 2006 2 × Kiki
"Invitation" August 9, 2006 9 × Kiki
"Actuality" December 6, 2006 20 × Single Best
"at home" February 21, 2007 24 × Kiki
"Hito Koi Meguri" (ひと恋めぐり) March 28, 2007 8 × Kiki
"Prism" (プリズム) May 30, 2007 20 × Single Best
"Kiss Shite" (KISSして) - as Koh+ November 21, 2007 3 × Single Best
"Yoku Aru Hanashi: Mofuku no Onna-hen" (よくある話 〜喪服の女編〜) June 4, 2008 6 14 Love Paranoia
"Saiai" (最愛) - as Koh+ October 1, 2008 5 3 Love Paranoia
"Taisetsu ni Suru yo" (大切にするよ) March 4, 2009 16 23 Love Paranoia
"Love Soul" (ラバソー 〜lover soul〜) September 16, 2009 3 8 Love Paranoia
"Honto dayo" (ホントだよ) April 4, 2010 8 8 Love&Ballad Collection
"Euphoria" November 3, 2010 15 37 Circle Cycle
"Mukei Spirit" (無形スピリット) February 9, 2011 12 15 Circle Cycle
"Wish" April 20, 2011 12 23 Circle Cycle
"Strength" March 14, 2012 26 33 Lyrical Wonder
"Another World" June 13, 2012 12 19 Lyrical Wonder
"My Perfect Blue/Yukuyuku wa" (My Perfect Blue/ゆくゆくは) October 31, 2012 28 35 Lyrical Wonder
"Love Searchlight" (ラブサーチライト) April 16, 2014 22 21
"Aoi Hoshi" (蒼い星) August 27, 2014 36 TBA
"Yasei no dōmei" (野性の同盟) [21] November 25, 2015 38 TBA
  • "×" denotes periods where charts did not exist or were not archived.

DVDs

  • Kō Shibasaki Single Clips (2004)
  • Kō Shibasaki Invitation Live (2007)
  • Live Tour 2008 -1st- DVD (2008)

Awards

Movies

  • For her role in the 2001 movie Go:
Award ceremony Award Result
25th Japan Academy Prize Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role, Newcomer of the Year Won
75th Kinema Junpo Best 10 Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role Won
26th Hochi Film Award Best Supporting Actress Won
23rd Yokohama Film Festival Best Supporting Actress Won
44th Blue Ribbon Awards Best New Artist Won
14th Nikkan Sports Film Award Best New Artist Won
56th Mainichi Film Award Sports Nippon Grand Prix Newcomer of the Year Won
11th Tokyo Sports Film Award Best New Artist Won
12th Japan Film Critics Awards Best New Artist Won
16th Takasaki Film Festival Best New Actress Won
Award ceremony Award Result
29th Fumiko Yamaji Awards Best Actress Won
1st Osaka Film Festival Best performance by an actress in a leading role Won

Others

Award ceremony Award Result
27th Elan d'or Awards Newcomer of the Year Won [22]

References

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