Article: 10 Handsome Actors Of Japan

Outside of Japan, the Japanese film industry is a little unknown. Within Japan, there are several well-known and attractive actors. They are deserving of more attention! They are equally talented and have the same potential as any other performer. This is a treasure trove of the most attractive Japanese actors to make your heart skip a beat.

1. Koji Seto

Koji Seto was born in Kama, Fukuoka, Japan, on May 18, 1988.

His nickname is Setomaru, and he is a member of the D-Boys performing troupe. He is the only actor who has been in two of Japan's most well-known horror film series, Ju-On, and The Ring. In a survey conducted by Oricon in 2010, he was voted one of the most promising actors and actresses, coming in seventh place.


2. Ryo Nishikido

Ryo Nishikido was born on November 3, 1984, in Tokyo, Japan. Teru Teru Kazoku, Ryusei no Kizuna, Orthros no Inu, and Last Friends are some of his most popular works. He is a singer and composer in addition to being an actor. He is a member of Kanjani Eight and was previously a member of the male idol group NEWS, both of which are managed by Johnny & Associates. In the summer of 2010, he made his debut film appearance as the lead in Chonmage Pudding.


3. Kento Yamazaki

Kento Yamazaki was born on September 7, 1994, in Tokyo, Japan. He began his career in the show 'Business' in 2009 and is represented by the Japanese talent agency. Stardust Promotion. In 2010, he featured in the film Clone Baby. Suikyu Yankees was another film in which he starred. In his third year of junior high school, he was discovered and worked as a model before making his acting debut in the drama Atami no Sousakan in 2010. He portrayed a curious high school kid.


4. Osamu Mukai

Osamu Mukai was born in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, on February 7, 1982. In 2004, he was honoured with the Best Poster Award at the International Zoological Genetics Conference.

He worked as a bartender while studying at university.

After graduation, he went to work full-time at the bar, eventually rising to the position of manager. He was featured in the magazine Tokyo Graffiti while working as a bartender. Osamu was later approached by a reader about becoming an actor. He now works as an actor with the Hori agency.


5. Teppei Koike

Teppei was born in Osaka, Japan, on January 5, 1986. He was inspired by his favourite manga, Ore wa Teppei. With his partner, Eiji Wentz, he is a member of the singer-songwriter duo Wat. He made his acting debut in the drama Tentai Kansoku in 2002. He had a role in the drama Gokusen 2, which helped him gain recognition. In the TBS television drama Dragon Zakura, he played Hideki Ogata, a key character (July - September 2005.) Tomohisa Yamashita, a high school friend, also made an appearance.


6. Jin Akanishi

Jin Akanishi was born on July 4, 1984, in Tokyo, Japan. He has also worked as a musician, composer, voice actor, and radio broadcaster. Jin Akanishi was one of the two lead vocalists of the J-pop boy band KAT-TUN. The group has had 14 consecutive number ones on the Oricon charts (counting studio albums) since their debut in 2006. He has appeared in films such as 47 Ronin and Bandage, as well as television programs such as the second season of Gokusen 2, Yukan Club, and the romantic comedy Anego. He co-hosted KAT-own TUN's variety show Cartoon KAT-TUN and co-hosted a radio show called KAT-TUN Style with ex-bandmate Junnosuke Taguch from October 2007 to March 2008.

In 1999, he made his acting debut in the second episode of NTV's romance comedy P.P.O.I., in which he had a cameo part. In 2013, he made his Hollywood debut in the film 47 Ronin, in which he co-starred with Keanu Reeves.


7. Takeru Satoh

Takeru Satoh was born on March 21, 1989, in Tokyo, Japan. Kamen Rider Den-O and Rurouni Kenshin are two popular works. In Princess Princess D, he played Toru Kouno, which was his debut drama performance. He made a cameo appearance in Shinigami no Ballad in 2007 and rose to prominence in the 17th iteration of the Kamen Rider series. Den-O, he believes, became famous as a result of its comic timing. Takeru Satoh has a blog in which he discusses the stress and loneliness that come with being the star of a television show.


8. Kenichi Matsuyama

On March 5, 1985, Kenichi Matsuyama was born. In the films Death Note and L: Change the World, he played L. His work in Norwegian Wood earned him a Nikkan Sports Film Award for Best Actor in 2010. In 2002, he made his acting debut in a Gokusen episode. In December 2010, he was cast as Toru Watanabe, the main character in the film adaptation of Haruki Murakami's novel Norwegian Wood. He's been called the Japanese Johnny Depp by many.


9. Jun Matsumoto

Jun Matsumoto was born in Toshima, Tokyo, Japan, on August 23, 1983. He joined Johnny & Associates in 1996 and began portraying Teddy Duchamp in a theatrical rendition of the film Stand By Me as Teddy Duchamp. He is one of the rare performers who were accepted into Johnny's without having to audition. Jun is the most intimately involved with the concert planning of all the members of the agency. He is the first Japanese man to appear on the cover of Marie Claire magazine in Japan. In the magazine's 24-year existence, only international celebrities such as David Beckham have graced the cover.


10. Mamoru Miyano

Mamoru Miyano was born in Saitama Prefecture on June 8, 1983. In addition, he's also a singer and a voice actor. Ouran High School Host Club, Vampire Knight, Death Note, Soul Eater, Mobile Suit Gundam 00, Ktetsu Sangokushi, Steins; Gate, Nobunaga the Fool, and Uta no Prince-Sama are among his most well-known roles. For his portrayal as Light Yagami in Death Note, he was nominated twice for the 2007 Seiyu Awards. He was the Best Voice Actor at the 2008 Tokyo International Anime Fair. For his appearances as Setsuna F Seiei in Mobile Suit Gundam 00 and Hakugen Rikuson in Ktetsu Sangokushi, Miyano won the Best Lead Actor Award at the 2008 Seiyu Awards. In 1992, he made his acting debut in Tokusou Exceedraft, in which he played a kid in the past of a yakuza member.