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Tomohisa Yamashita, Arata Mackenyu, Raoul… “Good looking actors by age” No.1 in the “Image collection” are too beautiful.

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Tomohisa Yamashita (2019), a successful world debutante

On January 21, the latest rankings in the “Good-looking Actors” category by age group in the “Talent Power Rankings” conducted by Architect Inc. were announced, with Tomohisa Yamashita (37) in first place for those in their 30s, Arata Mackenyu (26), who announced his marriage on January 22, for those in their 20s, and Raoul from “Snow Man” for those in their teens ( The top teenager was “Snow Man’s” Raoul (19).

The ranking is based on the prerequisite of being good-looking, but it also takes into account one’s overall ability as a talent, such as acting ability, popularity, and influence, which is said to have no small influence on future appearances in movies and dramas.

However, opinions on the Internet vary. As for Yamashita and Raoul.

Yamashita: “Every time I see P. Yamashita, I think he is perfect.

Raoul is not at the level of the Japanese rankings, but at the level of the world rankings.

However, as for Kensuke, the opinions were generally in agreement, such as “I think he is perfect every time I see him.

As for Tasuku, some said, “(Tasuku) can speak English, can act, and is good-looking.

Some said, “He can speak English, he can act, and he’s good-looking,” while others said

Some said, “I don’t think he has any influence in a positive sense because of the Garcia issue,” and “I don’t have the image of him being active last year at all.

and “I don’t think they have any influence in a positive way because of the Garcie issue. In any case, there was no objection to the fact that they are “good-looking. This magazine has seen many “cool” moments of these actors, but let’s take a look back at them again.

30s No. 1: Tomohisa Yamashita (37)

With a beautiful French girl he was dating at the time (2011)

Since leaving Johnny’s in 2021, his exposure has decreased completely, but since appearing in the drama “The Head” in 2008, which was simultaneously distributed in 30 countries around the world, he has expanded his activities to the world, and this year he will appear in the Japan-Korea co-production film “SEE HEAR LOVE ~I Love You Even If You Can’t See Me or Hear Me~”. Yamashita’s international career began in his twenties. Yamashita has been interested in foreign countries since he was in his 20s, and in 2011, this magazine scooped a French English tutor as his love interest. It seems that his English skills are now being put to good use.

20s No. 1: Arata Mackenyu (26)

Arata Mackenyu (2016) when he was rapidly gaining popularity for his roles in the stage play “Boys Over Flowers” and the movie “Chihayafuru.”

In 2021, Mentsuke left his agency to move his base of activities overseas. Last year, he gave the impression that his career had been stifled by the “Garcy Cannon,” but in January he announced his marriage to a civilian woman, whom this magazine had scooped last year in a passionate relationship. This year, the live-action drama “One Piece,” in which he played the role of Roronoa Zoro, will be distributed on Netfrix, and “Knights of the Zodiac,” a live-action version of “Saint Seiya,” his first starring role in a Hollywood movie, is scheduled to be released. His father, Shinichi Chiba, always told him before his death, “Don’t be satisfied with movies based on comic books! but it seems likely that he will establish himself as an actor of Japanese anime characters in foreign countries.

Teenager #1: Raoul (19)

Raoul during the filming of the movie “Honey Lemon Soda” (2020)

Raoul, the youngest member of “Snow Man,” plays the center role and has a commanding presence; he launched his Instagram on January 15 and surpassed 1 million users in just one week. Last year, amidst a string of departures of talents from the group, such as Hideaki Takizawa (40) and the departure of “King & Prince” members, Snow Man was also in the center of the news at every turn. In the midst of all this, it was announced that Snow Man’s flagship program, “Let it be Snow Man” (TBS), would be moving into the prime time slot starting in April. Fans can breathe a sigh of relief.

Ryusei Yokohama (2019) is ranked No. 2 in the ranking of best-looking men in their 20s.
Ryusei Yokohama on location for “It’s Your Turn” (NTV) (2019)
No. 3 on the ranking of best-looking men in their 20s, Shiyoh Hirano (2022) on location for “Kurosagi” (TBS)
Takeru Sato (2020), No. 3 on the ranking of best-looking men in their 30s
Takeru Sato, whose good looks have not diminished at all since he was in his 20s (2013)
Shohei Miura tied with Takeru Sato for third place in the ranking of best-looking men in their 30s (2020)
Katsutoshi Sato (2018), ranked fourth in the ranking of best-looking men in their 20s
Arata Mackenyu (2021), who announced his marriage to a common woman in January
  • Photo Kojiro Yamada (1st, 8th), Tetsuko Takemoto, Yasuko Sakaguchi, Yusuke Kondo (4th, 5th, 11th), Keisuke Nishi, Kazuhiko Nakamura, Yuri Adachi, Sota Shima (10th, 12th)

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