The main characters in a film capture our attention so completely that we miss the appearance of the stars, who are either background dancers or appear in cameos. Even if you saw the sequence several times, the small role went unnoticed. Here are the top ten cameos in Japanese films that will make you amazed.
Ayumi, a former Sugar member, made her Japanese debut as ICONIQ a few months ago. She returned with a whole different look and musical style, transitioning from sweet and lovely to bold and bald. Recent photos, however, contradict her ICONIQ appearance. Is she back with her hair already? CJ Entertainment announced on the 29th that "Ayumi made a surprise cameo on Sayoonara Itsuka."
2. Tak Sakaguchi
Tak Sakaguchi is a Japanese stuntman, actor, director, and combat choreographer. He is well known for his role in the cult film Versus, directed by Ryuhei Kitamura. Sakaguchi has worked with Kitamura several times since his debut. He was seen by Tokyo Ghore Police.
Carmen Comes Home, directed by Keisuke Kinoshita and premiered in 1951, was the first Japanese color picture. A black-and-white version of this film was also available. The first American feature picture shot entirely in Japan was Tokyo File 212 (1951). Florence Marly and Robert Peyton played the essential parts. It had a brief appearance by the geisha Ichimaru.
4. Jackie Chan
It is about the great Indian independence fighter Nair-San (1905-1990) in Japan, who battled for the liberation of Asia, notably India, under British imperialistic dominance in the early to middle 1900s. Jackie makes an appearance in this.
Nair San has a lot of exciting information that has something to do with India. This time, it's a Japanese film about the excellent independence fighter Nair San, starring Mohanlal and Chinese martial arts expert Jackie Chan.
6. Martin Scorsese
Martin Charles Scorsese is a film director, producer, screenwriter, and actor from the United States. He has won an Academy Award, three Primetime Emmy Awards, a Grammy Award, and four British Academy Film Awards. Martin Scorsese was in Japan filming a cameo as Vincent Van Gogh for Dreams when he finished reading Shusaku Endo's Silence on the bullet train from Tokyo to Kyoto.
7. Toru Iwatani
Toru Iwatani is a Japanese video game creator who spent the majority of his career at Namco. He is known as the father of Pac-Man, and the creator of the arcade game Pac-Man. Toru Iwatani appears as a repairman in "Pixels." Iwatani now works as a professor of game design at Tokyo Polytechnic University in Japan.
8. Nobuhiko Obayashi
The references to his previous career are distracting: the narrative abruptly gives way to Maxim coffee advertisements, and in one scene, Obayashi makes one of his most prominent cameos, as a fellow who directed pictures a long time ago,' having made a film called 'Horse.
9. Yukihide Takekawa
Yukihide Takekawa is a Japanese singer-songwriter born in Urawa-Ku, Saitama, and Saitama Prefecture. He is most known as the vocalist for the band Godiego, as well as for his solo work and writing. He appeared briefly in the film as one of the males who flirted with the girls at Tokyo Station in House.
10. Takami Asano
Takami Asano was a Japanese musician best known for his work as a guitarist and vocalist in the band Godiego. He appeared briefly in the film as one of the males that flirted with the girls at Tokyo Station in House.