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Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role

The Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role is an award presented annually by the Japan Academy Prize Association.

Japan Academy Prize for Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Awarded forBest Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
CountryJapan
Presented byJapan Academy Prize Association
First awarded1978
Currently held byTori Matsuzaka
The Blood of Wolves (2019)
Websitejapan-academy-prize.jp

At the 1st Japan Academy Prize ceremony held in 1978, Tetsuya Takeda was the first winner of this award for his role in The Yellow Handkerchief. Since its inception, the award has been given to 36 actors. Naoto Takenaka has received the most awards in this category with three awards. As of the 2019 ceremony, Tori Matsuzaka is the most recent winner in this category for his role as Shūichi Hioka in The Blood of Wolves.

WinnersEdit

Year Actor Role(s) Film Ref.
1977
(1st)
Tetsuya Takeda Kinya Hanada The Yellow Handkerchief [1]
1978
(2nd)
Ken Ogata Sōkichi Takeshita The Demon [2]
1979
(3rd)
Bunta Sugawara Inspector Yamashita Taiyō o Nusunda Otoko [3]
1980
(4th)
Tetsurō Tamba General Kodama 203 Kochi (ja) [4]
1981
(5th)
Katsuo Nakamura Tamawaki
Toshiharu Oda
Hikojiro
Kimura
Kagero-za
Love Letter (ja)
Shikake-nin Baian
Buriki no kunsho
[5]
1982
(6th)
Morio Kazama Ginshiro Fall Guy [6]
1983
(7th)
Morio Kazama Hidetsugu of Niō
Miyagawa
The Geisha
Theater of Life
[7]
1984
(8th)
Kaku Takashina Deme Toku Mahjong hōrōki [8]
1985
(9th)
Kaoru Kobayashi Tetsushi Kamiya
Tsunejiro Hiraoka
Love Letter
Sorekara
[9]
1986
(10th)
Hitoshi Ueki Ichiro Harada
Kunio Sugimoto
Congratulatory Speech
Big Joys, Small Sorrows (ja)
[10]
1987
(11th)
Masahiko Tsugawa Hanamura
Noboru Mizoue
A Taxing Woman
Night Train
[11]
1988
(12th)
Tsurutaro Kataoka Hidekichi Harada
Gorō Tatsuno
The Discarnates
Yojo no Jidai
[12]
1989
(13th)
Eiji Bandō Senkichi Mizuta Buddies (ja) [13]
1990
(14th)
Renji Ishibashi Yukio Seki
Gonbei Horo
Akikawa
Kōen Dōri no Nekotachi (ja)
Roningai
Ready to Shoot
[14]
1991
(15th)
Masatoshi Nagase Tetsuo Asano
Yōsuke Takizawa
My Sons
Mo no Shigoto
[15]
1992
(16th)
Naoto Takenaka Tomio Akio
Gay man in his 30's
Sumo Do, Sumo Don't
Original Sin
[16]
1993
(17th)
Kunie Tanaka Mr. Ino
Oshō
Mamoru Shohei
A Class to Remember (ja)
Kozure Ōkami: Sono Chiisaki te ni
Rainbow Bridge
[17]
1994
(18th)
Kiichi Nakai Matashirō Irobe 47 Ronin [18]
1995
(19th)
Naoto Takenaka Tommy Tamejiro East Meets West [19]
1996
(20th)
Naoto Takenaka Tomio Aoki Shall We Dance? [20]
1997
(21st)
Masahiko Nishimura Tatsuhiko Ushijima Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald [21]
1998
(22nd)
Chosuke Ikariya Senior Inspector Heihachiro Waku Odoru daisosasen – The Movie [22]
1999
(23rd)
Nenji Kobayashi Senji Sugiura Poppoya [23]
2000
(24th)
Kōichi Satō Hirotaka Utsuki Whiteout [24]
2001
(25th)
Tsutomu Yamazaki Hideyoshi Go [25]
2002
(26th)
Min Tanaka Zenemon Yogo The Twilight Samurai [26]
2003
(27th)
Kōichi Satō Saitō Hajime When the Last Sword Is Drawn [27]
2004
(28th)
Joe Odagiri Takeshi Park Blood and Bones [28]
2005
(29th)
Shinichi Tsutsumi Norifumi Suzuki Always Sanchōme no Yūhi [29]
2006
(30th)
Takashi Sasano Tokuhei Love and Honor [30]
2007
(31st)
Kaoru Kobayashi Oton Tokyo Tower: Mom and Me, and Sometimes Dad [31]
2008
(32nd)
Tsutomu Yamazaki Ikuei Sasaki Departures [32]
2009
(33rd)
Teruyuki Kagawa Chōjirō Uji Mt. Tsurugidake [33]
2010
(34th)
Akira Emoto Yoshio Ishibashi Villain [34]
2011
(35th)
Denden Yukio Murata Cold Fish [35]
2012
(36th)
Hideji Ōtaki Goro Ohura Anata e [36]
2013
(37th)
Lily Franky Yūdai Saiki Like Father, like Son [37]
2014
(38th)
Junichi Okada Shōzaburō Dan'no A Samurai Chronicle [38]
2015
(39th)
Masahiro Motoki Emperor Hirohito The Emperor in August [39]
2016
(40th)
Satoshi Tsumabuki Yūma Fujita Rage [40]
2017
(41st)
Kōji Yakusho Misumi The Third Murder [41]
2018
(42nd)
Tori Matsuzaka Shūichi Hioka The Blood of Wolves [42]

Multiple winsEdit

The following individuals received two or more Best Supporting Actor awards:

Wins Actor
3 Naoto Takenaka
2 Morio Kazama
Kaoru Kobayashi
Kōichi Satō
Tsutomu Yamazaki

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