Blue Ribbon Awards for Best Supporting Actress

The Blue Ribbon Awards for Best Supporting Actress is a prize recognizing an outstanding performance by a female supporting actress 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 Supporting Actress
Awarded forBest Performance by a Supporting Actress
CountryJapan Japan
Presented byThe Association of Tokyo Film Journalists
First awarded1951

List of winnersEdit

No. Year Recipient Film(s)
1 1950 N/A N/A
2 1951 Haruko Sugimura Early Summer
Repast
Inochi Uruwashi
3 1952 Chieko Nakakita Oka wa Hanazakari
Lightning
4 1953 Chieko Naniwa A Geisha
5 1954 Yūko Mochizuki Late Chrysanthemums
6 1955 Isuzu Yamada Takekurabe
Ishigassen
7 1956 Yoshiko Kuga Yūyake Gumo
Joshū to Tomoni
Taiyō to Bara
8 1957 Keiko Awaji Nyotai wa Kanashiku
Shitamachi
9 1958 Misako Watanabe Hateshinaki Yokubō
10 1959 Michiyo Aratama The Human Condition: No Greater Love
The Human Condition: Road to Eternity
Watashi wa Kai ni Naritai
11 1960 Tamao Nakamura Bonchi
Dai Bosatsu Tōge
12 1961 Hizuru Takachiho Haitoku no Mesu
Zero Focus
13 1962 Kyōko Kishida The Broken Commandment
An Autumn Afternoon
14 1963 Yōko Minamida Keirin Jōnin Gyōjōki
Samurai no Ko
15 1964 Jitsuko Yoshimura Onibaba
16 1965 Terumi Niki Red Beard
17 1966 Nobuko Otowa Lost Sex
18 1975 Chieko Baisho Tora-san's Rise and Fall
19 1976 Mieko Takamine The Inugamis
20 1977 Kaori Momoi The Yellow Handkerchief
21 1978 Junko Miyashita Dynamite Dondon
Bandits vs. Samurai Squadron
22 1979 Mitsuko Baisho Vengeance Is Mine
23 1980 Mariko Kaga Yūgure made
24 1981 Yūko Tanaka Edo Porn
Eijanaika
25 1982 Miyako Yamaguchi Farewell to the Land
26 1983 Eiko Nagashima Ryūji
27 1984 Yoshiko Mita W's Tragedy
Jo no Mai
28 1985 Mariko Fuji Usugeshō
Kiken na Onnnatachi
29 1986 Shinobu Otake Hakō Kirameku Hate
30 1987 Kumiko Akiyoshi Yogisha
31 1988 Kumiko Akiyoshi The Discarnates
32 1989 Kaho Minami Yumemi Dōri no Hitobito
Sensei
Hotaru
226
33 1990 Tomoko Nakajima Goodbye Tsugumi
34 1991 Jun Fubuki Munō no Hito
35 1992 Miwako Fujitani The Oil-Hell Murder
Netorare Sōsuke
36 1993 Kyōko Kagawa Madadayo
37 1994 Shigeru Muroi Ghost Pub
38 1995 Shinobu Nakayama Gamera: Guardian of the Universe
39 1996 Kyōko Kishida Gakkō no Kaidan 2
Yatsuhaka Mura
40 1997 Mitsuko Baisho The Eel
Tokyo Lullaby
41 1998 Kimiko Yo Gakko III
A, Haru
42 1999 Sumiko Fuji The Geisha House
43 2000 Yoshiko Miyazaki After the Rain
44 2001 Tomoko Naraoka Hotaru
45 2002 Rie Miyazawa The Twilight Samurai
46 2003 Michiyo Okusu Zatōichi
Akame 48 Waterfalls
47 2004 Masami Nagasawa Socrates in Love
Shinkokyū no Hitsuyō
48 2005 Hiroko Yakushimaru Always Sanchōme no Yūhi
Princess Raccoon
49 2006 Sumiko Fuji Hula Girls
The Inugamis
Nezu no Ban
50 2007 Hiromi Nagasaku Funuke Show Some Love, You Losers!
51 2008 Kirin Kiki Still Walking
52 2009 Kyoko Fukada Yatterman
53 2010 Yoshino Kimura Confessions
54 2011 Masami Nagasawa Moteki
55 2012 Ryōko Hirosue Kagi Dorobō no Method
56 2013 Fumi Nikaidō Why Don't You Play in Hell?
Nō Otoko
Shijū Kunichi no Recipe
57 2014 Satomi Kobayashi Pale Moon
58 2015 Yō Yoshida Flying Colors
Nōnai Poison Berry
Hero
59 2016 Hana Sugisaki Her Love Boils Bathwater
60 2017 Yuki Saito The Third Murder
61 2018 Mayu Matsuoka Shoplifters
Chihayafuru Part 3
62 2019 Megumi Typhoon Kazoku
One Night

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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