28th Tokyo International Film Festival

Ken Takakura and His Era: Commemorative Screening

Japanese Yakuza


Director:Masahiro Makino

Drama Action

10/24 11:20-  Ticket sales have closed.  
10/27 16:30-  Ticket sales have closed.  

98min. Japanese Color | 1964 Japan | Distributor in Japan : TOEI COMPANY, LTD.


TOEI’s Japanese Yakuza series determined Ken Takakura’s popularity. The outlaw group starts to dominate the turf of Fukagawa Kiba. The Kibamasas which has been keeping their own rules protects for a long time the turf at the risk of their lives. Ken Takakura plays a second head of the Kibamasa Family, the delivery service company in Fukagawa, co-starring with Kinnosuke Nakamura who plays Kibamasa’s yakuza. Their enthusiastic performance made a reputation at that time.

Schedule & TicketData


10/24 11:20 - (98min)

Tickets ¥1000(Tax included)

Tickets (student) ¥800 | Tickets at the Door (student) ¥500 (Tax included)



10/27 16:30 - (98min)

Tickets ¥1000(Tax included)

Tickets (student) ¥800 | Tickets at the Door (student) ¥500 (Tax included)


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Masahiro Makino

Son of Shozo Makino, "the Father of Japanese films". After his father's death, he worked as cinematography director at Makino Production and the head of Shochiku Kyoto Studio at Uzumasa while directing 261 theatrical films. He uses multiple talents as a film director, screenplay, producer, recording engineer, actor and business man. He took the stage name Masahiro Makino, with variations kanji characters.

Director : Masahiro Makino
Screenplay : Kazuo Kasahara
Screenplay : Tatsuo Nogami
Screenplay : Akira Murao
Producer : Koji Shundo

Ken Takakura
Kinnosuke Nakamura
Minoru Oki
Hiroki Matsukata
Takahiro Tamura

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