Kinya Aikawa (愛川 欽也, Aikawa Kin'ya, June 25, 1934 – April 15, 2015) as Toshiaki Ikawa (井川 敏明, Ikawa Toshiaki) was a Japanese actor, tarento and voice actor. He was born in Tokyo and died in 2015 of lung cancer.
Toshiaki Ikawa (井川 敏明)
June 25, 1934
|Died||April 15, 2015 (aged 80)|
|Occupation||Actor, Tarento, Voice Actor|
|Spouse(s)||Midori Utsumi (m. 1978; his death 2015)|
- Naruhodo! The World (host, 1981–1996)
- Space Ace (1965), Yadokari
- Son-goku is Coming: Chapter of Ko-fu Dai-o (1966 special), Sagojo
- Jump Out! Batchiri (1966), Officer Chibisu, Roba
- Gokū no Daibōken (1967), Sagojo
- Speed Racer (1967), Ken'ichi Mifune / Racer X
- Kaibutsu-kun (1968)
- Hakushon Daimaou (1969), Grandfather "And then"
- Inakappe Taishō (1970), Nyanko-sensei
- Vampiyan Kids (2001), Papa
- Jack Lemmon
- The Apartment (C.C. Baxter)
- The Front Page (Hildy Johnson)
- Good Neighbor Sam (Sam Bissell)
- The Great Race (Professor Fate / Prince Hapnic)
- How to Murder Your Wife (Stanley Ford)
- Irma la Douce (Nestor Patou / Lord X)
- Mister Roberts (Ens. Frank Thurlowe Pulver)
- Some Like It Hot (Jerry - 'Daphne')
- Under the Yum Yum Tree (Hogan)
- The Wackiest Ship In the Army (Lt. Rip Crandall)
- Strangers on a Train (Guy Haines (Farley Granger))
- Tōkyō Megure Keishi, a 25-episode TV Series aired from April 14 to May 29, 1978 on Asahi TV. Although the series is based on a French series of Maigret mystery books by Georges Simenon and Aikawa is now primarily known as a voice actor, it is not a dubbed version of the French TV Series based on the books. Aikawa stars in person as Megure, a Japanese-born equivalent to the French Maigret, reinvented in a Japanese setting.
- "愛川欽也さん死去". Sponichi Annex (in Japanese). Sports Nippon Newspapers. Retrieved 16 April 2015.
- III, Harris M. Lentz (May 3, 2016). Obituaries in the Performing Arts, 2015. McFarland. ISBN 9781476625539 – via Google Books.
- "The Official Production I.G English Website". Production I.G. Archived from the original on February 4, 2005. Retrieved February 7, 2010.
- "お熱いのがお好き（１９５９）". Star Channel. Retrieved October 2, 2019.
- "Claude Gauteur: Simenon by Simenon". www.trussel.com.
- "Tôkyo Megure Keishi" mentioned on Kinya Aikawa's Japanese wiki page (Japanese)