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Emi Wada

Emi Wada
Born Emiko Noguchi
(1937-03-18) March 18, 1937
Kyoto, Japan
Spouse(s) Ben Wada (1957-2011)

Emi Wada (和田 惠美 Wada Emi, born March 18, 1937 in Kyoto Prefecture) is a renowned Japanese costume designer.

She has created costumes for the Akira Kurosawa film Ran, which earned her an Academy Award for costume design, the Peter Greenaway film Prospero's Books, and the Zhang Yimou films Hero and House of Flying Daggers. She has also designed costumes for operas, including the 2006 premiere performance of Tan Dun's The First Emperor.

Recent works

External links

  • Emi Wada official site
  • Emi Wada IMDB entry


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