A woman wearing a camel brown knit and slacks of the same color and carrying a colorful shoulder bag was about to get into a car on a street in central Tokyo. I immediately recognized her as Fumi Nikaido (27) from her unusual aura.
Since she starred in this summer’s drama series “Promise Cinderella” (TBS), no information has been released that she is filming a movie or drama. I wonder where she is now and what she is doing.
In fact, Nikaido-san has been participating in the filming of an overseas drama in Canada since October. In fact, Nikaido-san has been filming an overseas drama in Canada since October, and since she had some free time in her schedule, she has temporarily returned to Japan in November. Probably to see her family and her dog. I’m sure she will return to Canada soon and stay there until April this time.
The overseas drama Nikaido will appear in is “Shogun” produced by FX, a U.S. TV station affiliated with the Walt Disney Company. The overseas drama Nikaido will appear in is “Shogun” produced by FX, a U.S. television station affiliated with the Walt Disney Company. The main character is an English navigator who drifted ashore in Japan. She plays a role modeled on Yodo-kun, and Hiroyuki Sanada (61) and Tadanobu Asano (47) are also cast from Japan.
This is a one-season drama, but it’s being produced by top-notch staff working in the United States. Nikaido-san, who studied abroad in the U.S. during his high school years, speaks fluent English and has been rumored to be working overseas many times. I think this film will be the catalyst for a flood of offers for her Hollywood debut.
She is probably the actress closest to the world.
From the December 10, 2021 issue of FRIDAY
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