Article: Top 10 Japanese Movie Quotes Of All Time

A good story is always around an excellent quote. Good quotations boost the credibility of a press release, news report, or speech by helping to communicate the story. Well-crafted words may have a long-lasting influence on the world. Here are some of the acceptable Japanese movie quotations of all time.

1. How Tragic That Man Can Never Realize How Beautiful Life Is Until He Is Face To Face With Death.

Movie Name: Ikiru

Ikiru developed the sound old-fashioned cancer cliche for films in which the protagonist realizes he only has a few months or years to live and chooses to make the time he has left more meaningful.


2. I Don't Have Time To Hate Anyone. I Don't Have That Kind Of Time.

Movie Name: Ikiru

Inspired by a selfless co-worker, he devotes his time and energy to providing joy to others by constructing a playground in a depressing slum community. When the park is finished, he can face death with calm acceptance.


3. The Shadow Of A Man Can Never Stand Up And Walk On Its Own.

Movie Name: Kagemusha

A robber must choose between death and impersonating a warlord. As the battle looms, his initial delight fades.


4. In A Mad World, Only The Mad Are Sane.

Movie Name: Ran

After years of building his dominion, the Great Lord Hidetora Ichimonji (Tatsuya Nakadai) decides to abdicate and divide his domain among his three sons at the age of seventy. Taro (Akira Terao), the eldest, will be in charge. Jiro (Jinpachi Nezu), his second son, and Saburo (Daisuke Ryu), his third son, will take control of the Second and Third Castles, respectively, but are required to obey and serve their elder brother. Saburo refused to take the oath of allegiance and got exiled.


5. I Am lost. Such Is The Human Condition.

Movie Name: Ran

Throughout Ran's suffering and lunacy, the aforementioned feudal lord, Ichimonji Hidetora, is the equal of King Lear himself. In the film, he momentarily becomes a fugitive with a reward on his head due to his sons' crimes.


6. I Guess There's No Cure For Stupidity, Except For Death. 

Movie Name: Yojimbo

There's no arguing that Akira Kurosawa made the finest use of Toshiro Mifune's acting abilities. One of the actor's most iconic roles was as the most unusual samurai ever, in Yojimbo.


7. The Best Sword Is Kept In Its Sheath.

Movie Name: Sanjuro

Sanjuro is the sequel to Yojimbo, and it follows Mifune's nameless ronin's misfortunes. In line with ronin's aversion to fighting and taking too many lives, he gives one of the most pacifistic lessons to the young samurai who revered his lethal ability.


8. Is There No God To Protect Us?

Movie Name: Seven Samurai

The story takes place during Japan's feudal period when bandits routinely invade innocent agricultural settlements. As a result, the remark above endures as a peasants' lament. It's one of the most famous opening lines in film history, and it's also occasionally quoted.


9. Find Hungry Samurai. Even Bears Come Down From The Mountains When They Are Hungry.

Movie Name: Seven Samurai

Gisaku proposed that the community fight back, but they lack the resources to do so on their own, so they must recruit samurai. They can't afford some of the most distinguished samurai serving genuine clans since they are all poor. So Gisaku proposed tracking down lordless, roaming samurai, often known as ronin. Following that, the community hired seven of the most unusual samurai ever.


10. What Do You Think Of Farmers? You Think They’re Saints? Hah!

Movie Name: Seven Samurai

Those seven weird samurai who do not care about rewards? Toshiro Mifune portrayed one of them, Kikuchiyo. He was the fan-favourite member of the seven, and he consistently stole the show in each scene where he appeared. Little is known about him, but his rant on farmers and their survivalist guile revealed much about him.