Ryunosuke Kamiki

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Ryunosuke Kamiki
Kamiki Ryunosuke.jpg
Native name 神木 隆之介
Born (1993-05-19) May 19, 1993 (age 25)
Saitama Prefecture, Japan
Occupation
Years active 1996–present
Agent Amuse, Inc.
Height 168 cm (5 ft 6 in)

Ryunosuke Kamiki (神木 隆之介, Kamiki Ryūnosuke, born May 19, 1993)

is a Japanese actor and voice actor from Saitama Prefecture.[1][2] When he was 2 years old, his mother enrolled him in Central Group, a talent agency specializing in representing babies and children, and that was the start of his career in acting.

His voice acting roles include Markl from "Howl's Moving Castle", Shou from "Karigurashi no Arrietty", Koiso Kenji from "Summer Wars" and several others. He attended Horikoshi Gakuen (a special school filled for actors and singers).

Biography

Early Life

Kamiki Ryunosuke was born a sickly child, he had 1% chance of living, but miraculously survived. In an interview with Asia One,The actor previously shared his thoughts on becoming an actor.

"Back then my health wasn't very good, so my mom tried to get me work in show business because she wanted some kind of concrete proof I had lived. Now she tells me I can quit if I want, but I enjoy it so I'm not about to stop.".

Ryunosuke was beautiful and lively in his childhood, making him a source of inspiration for cartoonists and animators to create characters based on him.The image of the Nona in the " The Day of the Stars " by studio Ghibli , and the image of the Shou in "Karigurashi no Arrietty ". They are all based on him. Ryunosuke was a member of the Student Council in high school and was responsible for the school's cultural festivals and sports festivals.

Kamiki Ryunosuke as a child

Acting Experience

In 1995, Ryunosuke filmed his first advertisement and entered the show business. In 1999, he starred in the TV series "Good News" and officially debuted as an actor .

Childhood

During the period of 1999-2001, he appeared in more than a dozen TV series such as "Namida wo Fuite (2000)" and "Mukodono! (2001)", and became known as a child prodigy.

In 2001, the innocent and expressive voice was discovered by Hayao Miyazaki , and for the first time , the voice of the baby in the Ghibli studio animated film " Spirited Away " was dubbed

In 2004, in the film "Dad's Backdrop (2004)", he appeared as a son who is estranged from a father who is a professional wrestler which later won him  the 14th Japanese Film Critics Award for Newcomers  . In the same year, he participated in the Ghibli studio animation " Hal's Moving Castle " and dubbed the character Maruk.

In 2005, he graduated from the Central Children's Theatre of Japan and moved to AMUSE . In the Taiga drama " Yoshitsune (2005) ", he appeared as the young Shanao  . In the same year, he starred in his first film Titled "The Great Yokai War (2005) , and won the Japanese Film Academy Award for newcomers.

The Detective Academy Q , which was released on July 1, 2006, was his first TV drama SP, which was serialized in 2007

Little DJ

In 2007, Ryunosuke was cast in the movies "Into the Faraway Sky " , "Little DJ" was released.

In 2008, in the drama "Kaze no Garden", which celebrated the 50th anniversary of Fuji TV , he appeared as a mentally handicapped person . Through more than a month of piano lessons, he was able to finish playing the whole song "Prayer of the Girl" during the filming.

In 2009, he was casted in animated film "Summer Wars" by Mamoru Hosoda , and the director praised the actor as having a voice which was suited to that of a comic book hero.

Ninomae

In 2010, in the NHK special TV series "Kokoro no Ito (2010) "; Matsuyuki Yasuko and Ryunosuke  starred in as mother and son, They both underwent special training for learning sign language and the piano . In the same year, he starred in the TV series " SPEC " and played Ninomae. He also dubbed the Ghibli studio animation "Karigurashi no Arrietty".

In 2011, he was nominated for the 51st Monte Carlo International TV Festival TV movie actor for his performance in "Kokoro no Ito (2010)". In October of the same year, he starred in the TV series "11nin mo iru! (2011)"

On April 7, 2012, the film " SPEC: Heaven " was released. In the same summer, the movie "The Kirishima Thing (2012)" was released. The film won the 34th Yokohama Film Festival Best Film Award and the 36th Japan Film Academy Award for Best Film.

In 2012, he once again appeared in NHK's Taiga drama "Taira no Kiyomori (2012)" as the Real Life Historical Figure Minamoto no Yoshitsune.

Kazoku Game Shinichi

In 2013, he starred in the TV series "Kazoku Game" and won the Best Supporting Actor Award in the 77th Japanese Drama Academy.

In 2014, in the series of films "Rurouni Kenshin ", Ryunosuke played the cold killer Seta Sojiro, in the same year, he also starred in the Manga Life Action Movie " As God's Will".

In January 2015, he starred in the TV series "Gakkou no Kaidan (2015)" . On January 12th, he was the host of the NHK documentary "Next World Our Future.". On October 3, with Sato Takeru, he starred in the film "Bakuman(2015)" and played the comic scripter Takagi Akio

March Comes in Like A Lion Press Conference

In February 2016, he participated in the film " Too Young To Die! (2016)" directed by Kankuro Kudo, and played a self-centered third-year high school student . In April, He played Tetsuhiko Okudera in the movie "Sun (2016)".In August, Ryunosuke voiced the character Taki Tachibana in the now world renowned Anime Movie "Your Name".

In March-April 2017, he starred in the film " March Comes In Like A Lion Part I" and "March Comes In Like A Lion Part II", playing a professional shogi player. In April, Ryunosuke appeared in the play "Home of Peace" in the theater. He also joined  the new dubbing animation film " Mary to Majo no Hana", released on July 8 . On August 4th, in the movie "Jojo's Bizarre Adventure - Diamond is Unbreakable (2017)", he played the role of Hirose Koichi . On October 12th, the TV series "Keiji Yugami (2017)" co-starring Asano Tadanobu aired. In November, Ryunosuke was confirmed as Gorin in the NHK Taiga Drama Titled "Idaten".

In 2018, in May, Ryunosuke was confirmed for the movie "Fortuna's Eye (2019)".

Personal Life

Ryunosuke is a generally reserved person. He's never had a personal blog and he rarely appears on Variety shows. His hobby is photography. He always carries his camera with him to the filming locations. Kamiki family members include, his Father, Mother, Grand-mother, Grand-father and an older Sister. Ryunosuke also has two nieces.

Filmography

Live-action film

Year Title Role Reference
2003 Rokkazu Taku (young)
Odoru Daisōsasen the Movie 2: Rainbow Bridge o Fūsa Seyo! [3]
2004 Ren'ai-Shōsetsu Satoshi Kubo (young) [4]
Insutōru Kazuyoshi Aoki [5]
Survive Style 5+ Keiichi Kobayashi
2005 Zoo [6]
The Great Yokai War Tadashi Ino
2007 Ruri no Shima Special 2007: Hatsukoi [7]
Big Man Japan Warabe-no-jū [8]
2008 Tōku no Sora ni Kieta Ryūnosuke Kusunoki [9]
Little DJ: Chiisana Koi no Monogatari Tarō Takano [10]
2009 20-Seiki Shōnen: Saishū-shō: Bokura no Hata Katsumata [11]
2012 SPEC: Ten Ninomae Juichi [12]
The Kirishima Thing Ryōya Maeda [13]
2013 SPEC: Close Ninomae Juichi [12]
2014 Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno Seta Sōjirō [14]
Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends Seta Sōjirō [15]
Kami-sama no Iu Toori Takeru Amaya [16]
2015 Bakuman Akito Takagi [17]
Poison Berry In My Brain Ishibashi [18]
2016 Sun Tetsuhiko Okudera [19]
Too Young To Die! Wakakushite Shinu Daisuke [20]
2017 March Comes in Like a Lion Rei Kiriyama
March Goes out Like a Lamb Rei Kiriyama
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable Chapter I Koichi Hirose
Chigasaki Monogatari: My Little Hometown Jun'ichi Miyaji
2019 Fortuna's Eye Shin'ichiro Kiyama

Animated film

Year Title Role Reference
2001 Spirited Away Boh [21]
2003 Kirikou and the Sorceress Kirikou [22]
2004 Howl's Moving Castle Markl [23]
2006 Doraemon: Nobita's Dinosaur 2006 Pi-suke [24]
Hoshi o Katta Hi Nona [25]
2008 Piano Forest Shūhei Amamiya [26]
2009 Summer Wars Kenji Koiso [27]
2010 Arrietty Sho [28]
2011 The Princess and the Pilot Charles Karino [29][30]
2016 Your Name Taki Tachibana
2017 Mary and the Witch's Flower Peter

Television

Year Title Role Network Notes Reference
1996 Tokyo Graduation TBS
1998 Happy Mania Fuji TV
1999 Good News Naoya TBS
2000 Aoi Tokugawa Sandai Tokugawa Yoshinao (young) NHK Taiga drama
Namida o Fuite Ryota Fuchigami Fuji TV [31]
Quiz TBS [32]
Kasouken no Onna Season 2 Guest Role TV Asahi Episode 2
Tekkoki Mikazuki Fuji TV
2001 Kamen Rider Agito Overlord of Darkness (young), Overload of Light (young) TV Asahi Dual role [33]
Mukodono! Arai Tsutomu Fuji TV
Maria (2001) TBS
2002 Omiya (2002) Seiichiro NHK Main Cast
Wedding Planner (2002) Tanaka Taro Fuji TV
Tantei Kazoku (2002) NTV Main Cast
Psycho Doctor (2002) Guest Role NTV
2003 Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger Kerato (Bakuryuu Triceratop's human form) TV Asahi Episode 36
Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Act 9
Boku no Mahōtsukai Michio (young) NTV [34]
Matthew's Best Hit TV+
Dr. Koto Shinryojo (2003) Sugimoto Ryuichi Fuji TV Ep. 5-7
2004 Ōoku Iemochi Tokugawa [35]
2005 Aikurushii TBS [36]
Yoshitsune Ushiwakamaru NHK Taiga drama [37]
2006 Detective School Q Renjō Kyu NTV [38]
2007 Dondo Hare Tomoya Asakura NHK
2008 Kaze no Gāden Fuji TV [39]
2009 Akahana no Sensei NTV [40]
2010 Bloody Monday TBS Episodes 6, 7 [41]
Keizoku 2 "Spec" Ninomae Juichi TBS [42]
Kokoro no Ito NHK SP [43]
2011 Koukousei Restaurant Yōsuke Sakamoto NTV [44]
11 nin mo iru! Kazuo Sanada TV Asahi [45]
2012 Taira no Kiyomori Minamoto no Yoshitsune NHK Taiga drama [46]
2013 Kazoku Game Shin'ichi Numata Fuji TV [47]
2014 Henshin Jun'ichi Naruse WOWOW [48]
Oyaji no Senaka Tatsuya TBS Episode 9 [49]
2015 Gakkō no Kaidan Kei Shizukui NTV [50]
Samurai Sensei Sakamoto Ryōma TV Asahi [51]
2017 Detective Yugami Hanyu Toaro Fuji TV
2019 Idaten Gorin NHK Taiga drama

Dubbing

Year Title Role Reference
2005 March of the Penguins Ko-Penguin [52]
2006 Arthur and the Invisibles Arthur [53]
2009 Arthur and the Vengeance of Maltazard Arthur [53]

Awards and nominations

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2004 Otousan no Backdrop 14th Japan Film Critics Awards: Best Newcomer Award Won
2006 The Great Yokai War Awards of the Japanese Academy: Newcomers of the Year Won[54]
2011 Kokoro no Ito 51st Monte Carlo Television Festival: Best Actor Nominated
2011 Kokoro no Ito Seoul International Drama Awards: Popular Actor Won
2012 The Kirishima Thing, SPEC: Ten Tama Cinema Forum: Best newcomer actor[55] Won
2013 Kazoku Game The 17th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix Spring: Best Supporting Actor Won[56]
77th The Television Drama Academy: Best Supporting Actor Won
The 23rd TVLife Drama Award 2013: Best Supporting Actor Won[57]
2015 Seoul International Drama Awards: Asian Stars Won[58]
2017 Your Name 11th Seiyu Awards: Best Lead Actor Won

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External links

  • Official agency profile (in Japanese)
  • Ryunosuke Kamiki at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
  • Ryunosuke Kamiki on IMDb
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