Shihori Kanjiya (Actress)
Shihori Kanjiya is a Japanese television and film actress from Tokyo.
Kanjiya was discovered as a middle school student by talent scouts at Shinjuku Station in Tokyo and then attended Otsuka Women’s University before leaving early to pursue her acting career.
- Native name
- 貫地谷しほり (KANJIYA Shihori)
- Arakawa, Tokyo
- December 11, 1985 (age 31)
- 5' 1" (156 cm)
- Blood type
- Films, TV dramas
- ABP Inc.
- Kanjiya is an exceedingly rare family name. According to a Kyūshū Sports newspaper report, there were only 6 families using it as of February 2007. Out of those, the majority of those are her father's relatives in Hiroshima Prefecture.
- The name Shihori was chosen by her mother. She was a fan of the rock band Southern All Stars and their 13th single "Shiori no Tēma" (Shiori's Theme). However, a Seimei Handan reading of the written kanji for Shiori (栞) eventually led her to change it to Shihori (しほり). Seimei Handan a Japanese system used to tell someone's fortune based on the way their name is written.
Filmography as actor
|2015||The Mourner||Mishio Sakatsuki|
|2014||Until the Day Comes||Junko Takamine|
|2014||The Vancouver Asahi||Betty Miyyake, Tom's wife|
|2014||The Snow White Murder Case||Yuko Tanimura, Miki's childhood friend|
|2014||The Great Shu Ra Ra Bon||Touko Fujimiya, Ryosuke’s teacher|
|2012||Paikaji Nankai Sakusen||Apa|
|2011||Train Brain Express||Azusa Soma|
|2009||Our Wonderful Days|
|2009||The Triumphant General Rouge||Shoko Kisaragi|
|2008||The Code||Hitomi Shishido|
|2007||Aozora no Roulette||Kanako|
|2007||The Bandage Club|
|2007||Love Never To End||Tatako Murao|
|2006||Night Time Picnic||Rika Goto|
|2005||The Last Love Song on This Little Planet||Akemi|
|2005||Funky Forest: The First Contact||N~gyaba|
|2004||Swing Girls||Yoshie Saito (Trumpet)|
|2004||Survive Style 5+||Kaho Kobayashi|
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