Blue Ribbon Awards for Best Newcomer

The Blue Ribbon Awards for Best Newcomer is a prize recognizing an outstanding performance by a newcomer in a Japanese film. It is awarded annually by the Association of Tokyo Film Journalists as one of the Blue Ribbon Awards.[1][2]

Blue Ribbon Award for Best Newcomer
Awarded forBest Performance by a Newcomer
CountryJapan Japan
Presented byThe Association of Tokyo Film Journalists
First awarded1950

List of winnersEdit

No. Year Recipient(s) Film(s)
1 1950 Shin Saburi Shikkō Yūyo
Josei Tai Dansei
2 1951 Rentarō Mikuni The Good Fairy
Fireworks Over the Sea
3 1952 N/A N/A
4 1953 Yoshitarō Nomura Jinanbō
Gutei Kenkei
Kurama Tengu Ao Men Yasha
Kinpira Sensei to Ojōsan
5 1954 So Yamamura Kuroi Shio
6 1955 Tsuneo Kobayashi Shūdensha no Shibijin
Bōryokugai
7 1956 Yoshirō Kawazu Kodomo no Me
Namida
8 1957 Yujiro Ishihara Shori-sha
9 1958 Shohei Imamura Stolen Desire
Endless Desire
10 1959 N/A N/A
11 1960 Nagisa Oshima Cruel Story of Youth
12 1961 Shima Iwashita Waga Koi no Tabiji
13 1962 Kirio Urayama Foundry Town
14 1963 Junya Sato Rikugun Zangyaku Monogatari
15 1964 Mako Midori Nihiki no Mesu Inu
16 1965 Kei Kumai Nihon Rettō
17 1966 Tetsuya Watari Ai to Shi no Kiroku
18 1975 Tomokazu Miura Izu no Odoriko
Shinobu Otake The Gate of Youth
19 1976 Mieko Harada Lullaby of the Earth
Seishun no Satujinsha
20 1977 Nobuhiko Obayashi House
21 1978 Toshiyuki Nagashima Third Base
22 1979 Kenichi Kaneda Shōgo Nari
23 1980 Daisuke Ryu Kagemusha
24 1981 Kōichi Satō The Gate of Youth
Manon
25 1982 Jun Miho Pink no Curtain
26 1983 Tomoyo Harada Toki o Kakeru Shōjo
Shōji Kaneko Ryūji
27 1984 Kōji Kikkawa Sukanpin Walk
28 1985 Yuki Saito Yuki no Danshō: Jōnetsu
29 1986 Narimi Arimori Final Take
30 1987 Masahiro Takashima Totto Channel
Bu Su
31 1988 Naoto Ogata Yūshun Oración
32 1989 Ayako Kawahara Kitchen
33 1990 Riho Makise Tokyo Jōkū Irasshaimase
Goodbye Tsugumi
Joji Matsuoka Batāshi Kingyo
34 1991 Hikari Ishida Chizuko's Younger Sister
My Soul Is Slashed
Aitsu
35 1992 Yuki Sumida Bokutō Kidan
36 1993 Gorō Kishitani All Under the Moon
Kyōko Tōyama Kou Kou Kyoushi
37 1994 Sawa Suzuki Ai no Shinsekai
38 1995 Makiko Esumi Maborosi
39 1996 Ninety-nine Boys Be Ambitious
40 1997 Kōki Mitani Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald
Hitomi Satō Bounce Ko Gals
41 1998 Rena Tanaka Give It All
42 1999 Ryuhei Matsuda Gohatto
43 2000 Tatsuya Fujiwara Battle Royale
44 2001 Kō Shibasaki Go
45 2002 Nakamura Shidō Ping Pong
Manami Konishi Amidadō Dayori
46 2003 Satomi Ishihara Watashi no Guranpa
47 2004 Anna Tsuchiya Kamikaze Girls
The Taste of Tea
Mirai Moriyama Socrates in Love
48 2005 Mikako Tabe Hinokio
Aozora no Yukue
49 2006 Muga Tsukaji Mamiya kyodai
Rei Dan Love and Honor
50 2007 Yui Aragaki Koisuru Madori
Waruboro
Koizora
51 2008 Yuriko Yoshitaka Snakes and Earrings
Lily Franky All Around Us
52 2009 Masaki Okada Jūryoku Piero
Honokaa Boy
Daisaku Kimura Mt. Tsurugidake
53 2010 Toma Ikuta No Longer Human
Nanami Sakuraba Saigo no Chūsin Gura
Shodo Girls
54 2011 Mana Ashida Bunny Drop
Hankyū Densha
55 2012 Makita Sports Kueki Ressha
56 2013 Haru Kuroki The Great Passage
A Chair on the Plains
The Flower of Shanidar
57 2014 Fūka Koshiba Kiki's Delivery Service
58 2015 Anna Ishii Solomon's Perjury
Girls' Step
59 2016 Izumi Okamura Aroused by Gymnopedies
60 2017 Shizuka Ishibashi The Tokyo Night Sky Is Always the Densest Shade of Blue
61 2018 Sara Minami Shino Can't Say Her Name
62 2019 Nagisa Sekimizu Almost a Miracle
63 2020 Daiken Okudaira Mother

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "ブルーリボン賞" [Blue Ribbon Awards]. allcinema (in Japanese). Stingray. Retrieved 2015-04-26.
  2. ^ "Blue Ribbon Awards". IMDb.com, Inc. Retrieved 2015-04-26.

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