A sense of agility that stands out
The popular drama “Legal V: Former Lawyer Shoko Kotoriyu” (TV Asahi) was a hit in the fall of 2006. It is a legal drama starring Yonekura Ryoko as the heroine Otoriyu, a disbarred lawyer.
I witnessed the filming in Roppongi, Tokyo in the early afternoon of October 2006. One by one, the actors who had finished filming came out of the building. Headed by Osamu Mukai, who plays Kaizaki, the elite lawyer who opposes Otoriyu, were Kento Hayashi, Yoshiyoshi Arakawa, and Hideki Takahashi. The one who stood out in her mini suit skirt was Nanao (32), who played an associate lawyer working for Kaizaki.
As expected, Nanao has a great style. She wore a white shirt that gave her an air of being a skilled lawyer, an aura that was not lost on Yonekura.
The actress was also well dressed in a suit. She had a crisp and cool posture that made me stand up straighter as I watched her. Haruka Ayase, Nanao, and Mitsuki Takahata: ……. I would like to introduce some treasured photos of famous actresses wearing suits.
At a shopping mall in Ariake, Tokyo, crowded with families, a group of gorgeous actors appeared at a nearby apartment building on a November morning in 2008. They were Issei Takahashi, Kazuki Kitamura, and Tasuku Emoto, filming for the Sunday Theater series “Tengoku to Jigoku: Psycho no Futari” (TBS), which began airing in January 2009.
Just after noon, the atmosphere on the set changed drastically. The lead actress, Haruka Ayase (36), showed up. The story of this film is about a detective from the Metropolitan Police Department’s Investigation Division 1, played by Ayase, and a psychopathic murderer, played by Takahashi, whose souls are switched. They were filming a scene where Ayase, wearing a navy blue suit, stares at Kitamura and Emoto from the shadows of the apartment entrance and starts running after them. It was supposed to be a serious scene, but Kitamura or Emoto must have made a mistake. Ayase, wearing a white shirt, burst out laughing at one point.
“Ayase really loves her work and I have never seen her complain about wanting more time off. It’s been a long time since she’s been able to relax.
Backpack in office worker style
It was a sweltering hot day in July of 2006. A drama was being filmed from early morning at a large bookstore in Jimbocho, Tokyo. At the center of the film crew was the popular actress, Mitsuki Takahata (28).
Wearing an office worker-style suit and a large backpack, she repeatedly bowed to the camera and maintained a cool expression even when filming outdoors in temperatures exceeding 30 degrees Celsius.
“When Takahata was in junior high school, she won the lead role in a musical audition organized by Horipro from among 9621 applicants. She made her debut as an actress. After that, she was chosen to play the lead role in the musical “Peter Pan,” which has starred Ikue Sakakibara and others, and her singing and acting skills are well known.
As a young and experienced actress, she can play any role in any situation.
Her role is that of a judge who graduated from Tokyo University.
Kuroki Hana (31) in a suit is surrounded by extras playing members of the press as she hurries up the stairs of the building. This is a scene from the location shooting of “Ichikei no Karasu” (The Crow of Ichikei), a Fuji TV drama series that aired this spring.
“It was a courtroom drama in which Yutaka Takenouchi, an eccentric judge with a degree from Tokyo University who likes to pay taxes in his hometown, examines a case with a cutthroat elite judge played by Kuroki. Kuroki joined a children’s theater troupe in his hometown of Osaka at an early age, and in high school he joined a prestigious theater club. In high school, she was a member of a prestigious drama club, and in college, she studied drama in earnest and became a professional actress, a hybrid of talent and hard work. She has also appeared in serial dramas such as “Juuban Dake! (both on TBS), all of which received high acclaim. (both on TBS). Her role in this movie was that of a judge, and she looked great in a suit.
Wearing a suit can make you look more dignified. The suits make the actresses look more dignified.
Photography： Yuri Adachi, Takao Kawakami, Takeshi Kinugawa, Yusuke Kondo, Ippei Hara, Saki Hotta