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Haru Kuroki

Haru Kuroki
Born (1990-03-14) March 14, 1990
Osaka, Japan
Occupation Actress
Years active 2010-present

Haru Kuroki (黒木 華 Kuroki Haru, born 14 March 1990) is a Japanese actress.


  • Filmography 1
    • Films 1.1
    • TV dramas 1.2
  • Awards and prizes 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4



Year Title Role Director Notes
2011 Tokyo Oasis Yasuko Kana Matsumoto
Kayo Nakamura
2012 Wolf Children Yuki Mamoru Hosoda Voice role
BUNGO - Sasayakana Yokubo Ayako Nobuhiro Yamashita
2013 The Great Passage Midori Kishibe Yuya Ishii
Kujikenaide Shizuko Shibata Yoshihiro Fukagawa
Sogen no Isu Yayoi Izuru Narushima
The Flower of Shanidar Kyoko Mitsuki Gakuryū Ishii Lead role
2014 The Little House Taki Nunomiya Yoji Yamada
Silver Spoon Ayame Minamikujō Keisuke Yoshida
2015 The Boy and the Beast Ichirōhiko Mamoru Hosoda Voice role

TV dramas

Year Title Role Notes
2012 Jun to Ai Chika Tanabe
2013 Mahoro Ekimae Bangaichi Yukari Miyamoto
Legal High 2 Jane Honda
2014 Hanako to Anne Kayo Ando
GouGou Datte Neko de Aru Minami
2015 The Emperor's Cook Toshiko Takahama
2016 Sanada Maru Ume Taiga drama

Awards and prizes

Year Award Result
2013 26th Nikkan Sports Film Award: New Artist Award Won
2014 87th Kinema Junpo Awards: New Face Awards Won
2014 56th Blue Ribbon Awards: Best New Artist Won
2014 23rd Tokyo Sports Film Award: Best New Artist Won
2014 35th Yokohama Film Festival: Best New Talent Won
2014 37th Japan Academy Prize: Newcomers of the Year Won
2014 64th Berlin International Film Festival: Silver Bear for Best Actress[1] Won
2015 38th Japan Academy Prize: Best Supporting Actress Won
2015 8th International Drama Festival in Tokyo: Best Actress Won


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