Muga Tsukaji

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Muga Tsukaji
Native name 塚地 武雅
Born (1971-11-25) 25 November 1971 (age 46)
Hannan, Osaka, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Other names Tsukacchan
Education
Occupation
  • Comedian
  • actor
Years active 1996–
Agent Production Jinrikisha
Notable work
  • "Iitai koto mo Iezu ni"
  • "Ika Daiō Taisō Dai 2"
Style Conte (boke)
Height 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)
Partner(s) Taku Suzuki
Awards
Website Drunk Dragon official profile

Muga Tsukaji (塚地 武雅, Tsukaji Muga, born 25 November 1971, in Hannan, Osaka)[1] is a Japanese comedian and actor. He performs boke (sometimes tsukkomi) in the comedy duo Drunk Dragon. His partner is Taku Suzuki. He is nicknamed Tsukacchan (塚っちゃん).

Tsukaji is represented with Production Jinrikisha. He graduated from Hannan Municipal Tottori Junior High School, Osaka Prefectural Sano High School and Momoyama Gakuin University Department of Economics.

Tsukaji co-starred with the comedy duo Hokuyō, who shared the same agency, in Haneru no Tobira.

Filmography

TV dramas

Year Title Role Network Notes
2002 Bara no Jūjika Fuji TV
2003 Itsumo futari de
Natsu no Kyōfu Mystery: Hontoni atta Kowai Hanashi One-off drama
Ryūkyū Ijin Densetsu
Manhattan Love Story TBS
2004 Koinu no Waltz Shogo Minazuki NTV
2005 Aikurushii Ichi Otomo TBS
Densha Otoko Hirokazu Kinoshita Fuji TV
2006 Tokyo Tower: Okan to Boku to, tokidoki, Oton
2007 Tsukaji no Muga: 12-ri no Shōgen-sha Taukaji WOWOW Lead role
Hadaka no Taishō: 21 Seiki-ban Kiyoshi Yamashita Fuji TV
Oishī gohan: Kamakura Kasugai Komemise Goro TV Asahi
Galileo Fuji TV Episode 7; guest
2008 Toraware Tsukaji: 13-ri no Yōgi-sha Tsukaji WOWOW Lead role
Shibatora Hakuton Fuji TV
2009 Chōjin Utada Mamoru Utada WOWOW Lead role
Kīna: Fukanō Hanzai Sōsa-kan Shinichiro Kudo NTV
Handsome Suits The TV Man in black apricot kimono Fuji TV
Hanchō: Jinnan-sho Asaka Han Saburo Suda TBS
The Negotiator Kenji Sakuraba TV Asahi
2010 Warau Joyū Kotaro Asakura NTV
Yonimo Kimyōna Monogatari 20-shūnen Special Haru –Ninki Bangumi Kyōen-hen–: Nade-sama no Yubiwa Fuji TV
Wagaya no Rekishi Kiyoshi Yamashita Episode 3
Gakeppuchi no Erie: Konoyo de Ichiban Daijina "Kane" no Hanashi Takeichi Kamoda ABC
Nasake no Onna: Kokuzeikyoku Sasatsu-kan Kentaro Oda TV Asahi Episode 4
Rei Nōryoku-sha Kirikyoko Oda no Uso Wake Sonoda Episode 7
2011 Misaki Number One!! Cabaret Boy Umeda (Ume-chan) NTV
Lady: Saigo no Hanzai Profile Tokoyama-keiji TBS Episode 2
Meitantei Conan: Shinichi Kudo e no Chōsen-jō Jiro Sumi YTV
Nazotoki wa Dinner no Ato de Shoichi Yoneyama Fuji TV Episode 7
2012 Tonbi Kuzuhara NHK-G
Kuroneko Lucy Ken Kamoshida TVK, TV Saitama
Taira no Kiyomori Fujiwara no Nobuyori NHK-G
Ghost Mama Sōsa-sen: Boku to Mama no Fushigina 100-nichi Futoshi Takakura NTV
Hana no Zubora-Meshi Ucchi MBS
Irodori Himura Cop TBS Episode 10
2013 Otoriyose Ōji Iida Yoshimi Chief Shori Kubota NBN
Legal High Kengo Kumai Fuji TV Episode 3
Kuro Neko, tokidoki Hanaya Teacher NHK BS Premium Episode 7
2014 Otoko no Kejime KTV Lead role
Mai Hanasaki ga Damattenai Taichi Shibasaki NTV
Naze Shōjo wa Kioku o Ushinawanakereba naranakatta no ka? Kokoro no Kagaku-sha Narumi Saku no Chōsen Jiro Ando
2015 Mare Masato Teraoka NHK
Densetsu no Kansatsu-i: Oniguma no Jiken-bo Taku Hanada TBS
Boku no Tsuma to Kekkon shite kudasai. Ika Daiō NHK BS Premium
Iyashi-ya Kiriko no Yakusoku Shuzo Tanishimoda Fuji TV
Kodoku no Gourmet Season 5 Yamazaki TV Tokyo Episode 9
2016 Kaitō Yamaneko Masao Hosoda NTV
2018 Segodon Kumakichi NHK Taiga drama

Films

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2003 Finding Nemo Crab Japanese dub
2005 Kamen Rider Hibiki & The Seven Senki Official
2006 Mamiya kyodai Tetsunobu Mamiya
2007 Mushiking: The King of Beetles Sujibutohirata Kuwagata Voice; lead role
Kisaragi Yasuo
2008 The Handsome Suit Takuro Oki
2010 Kōshō Hito The Movie: Time Limit Kōdo 10,000 m no Zunō-sen Kenji Sakuraba
2011 High School Debut Tsukaxile
2012 Himitsu no Akko-chan Guard
Kuroneko Lucy Ken Kamoshida Lead role
Gummo Evian! Gakunen Shunin Kani
2013 Genge Yohei Tanaka Lead role
2014 Miracle Debikuro-kun no Koi to Mahō Mori Yumeno
2015 Solomon's Perjury Yohei Asai
Kamen Rider Drive: Surprise Future Truck driver
Tokyo City Girl Guchikikiya Lead role [2]
2016 No yōna mono: No yōna mono Public bath man
I Am a Hero Mitani
Kōdai-ke no Hitobito Minoru Wakita
2018 We Make Antiques

Stage

Year Title Role
2013 Like Dorothy Rio

Variety and information programmes

Year Title Network Notes
2008 Renai Shintō NTV
2010 Ippon Grand Prix Fuji TV
Omobaka 8
Tsurube no Sujinashi CBC
Hitoshi Matsumoto no suberanai Hanashi Fuji TV
Downtown no Gaki no Tsukai ya Arahende!! Zettai ni Warattehaikenai Spy 24-ji NTV
Futtonda CTV
Hitoshi Matsumoto no Maru Maru na Hanashi Fuji TV
2011 Zatsugaku-ō TV Asahi
Hanamaru Market TBS Hanamaru Cafe guest
Star Draft Kaigi NTV
Futari no Shokutaku: Arigatō no Recipe TV Asahi
Guruguru Ninety Nine NTV
Ameagari Ketsushitai no Talk Bangumi Ame-talk! TV Asahi
2012 Himura-Tsuchida-Tsukaji no Bakushō Teppan Street NHK
Studio Park kara konnichiwa As Ika Daiō
2013 Kōhaku Uta Gassen
Aiba Manabu TV Asahi He sometimes appeared with Taku Suzuki as a support member when he appears alone
PS Junkin CTV

Regular programmes

Year Title Network Notes Ref.
2012 Life! Jinsei ni Sasageru Conte NHK BS Premium, NHK-G
Tokyo Hi-Imagine NTV
2014 Mezase Kōshien! Tsuka tako Rainbow Road! KTV MC
Zaki Yamagoya ABC
2016 Disney Korekita! Dlife As Korezo Watasaki; co-starring with Mina Sayato
Honda Smile Mission Tokyo FM Biweekly appearances
EX Maniakkusu T-Asa Channel 2 MC [3]

Music videos

Title Notes
Rip Slyme "Hey, Brother" Video from the film Mamiya kyodai

CD

Year Title
2005 Muga Tsukaji, Atsushi Tsutsumishita, Yuta Kajiwara "Iitai koto mo Iezu ni"
2008 Missing Link to Muga Tsukaji "My Revolution"
2015 Ika Daiō (Muga Tsukaji) "Ika Daiō Taisō Dai 2"

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Year Title Notes
2008 Aoyama Trading Co-starred with Shōsuke Tanihara for the Yōfuku no Aoyama Handsome Suits campaign
2009 Yoshinoya Co-starred with Ryuta Sato and Yui Ichikawa
2010 Meta-barrier Neo Co-starred with Maki Horikita
2013 Kuro Ūroncha Co-starred with Katsuhisa Namase, Hiromasa Taguchi and Shigeru Matsuzaki

References

  1. ^ "ファミリーヒストリー". Family History (in Japanese). 13 Nov 2015. NHK General TV. Retrieved 20 Jan 2017.
  2. ^ "ドランクドラゴン塚地が「愚痴聞き屋」役でオムニバス映画出演". Owarai Natalie (in Japanese). Natasha. 30 Jun 2015. Retrieved 20 Jan 2017.
  3. ^ "ドランクドラゴン塚地MC、円谷プロ"幻の作品"蔵出し". Owarai Natalie (in Japanese). Natasha. 22 Dec 2016. Retrieved 19 Jan 2017.

External links

  • Drunk Dragon official profile (in Japanese)
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