Makoto  Fujita

Makoto Fujita

Makoto Fujita (藤田まこと) was born on April 13, 1933 in Japan. Makoto Fujita movies and tv shows: Hissatsu Shigotonin 2018 Special...
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First Name: Fujita
Family Name: Makoto
Native Name: 藤田まこと
Nationality: Japanese
Gender: Male
Born: April 13, 1933
He was born in Ikebukuro, Tokyo, the son of silent-film actor Rintarō Fujima, and started his career as a comedian in 1952.Fujita appeared in both jidaigeki and contemporary roles. He starred as Nakamura Mondo, a samurai, in sixteen Hissatsu ("Kill") series on Asahi Broadcasting Corporation from 1973. He also portrayed Nakamura on stage and in film; for example, the 1984 film Hissatsu: Sure Death. Fujita's last appearance was in 2009,although in January 2010 he had returned to the Hissatsu series as a narrator.
He also starred in the contemporary detective drama series Hagure Keiji Junjōha ("Rogue but Pure-Minded Detective"), also on the Asahi network.Returning to jidaigeki he played the lead role in the remake of Kenkaku Shōbai with Megumi Ōji. He also took the role of Sen no Rikyū and in 2008 Tokugawa Mitsukuni. He also sang, and released nine recordings, including a duet with Azusa Mano, and with The Peanuts twins. He also published several essays, the last of which was Saigo (2006).A committed pacifist, Fujita always carried a letter from his elder brother, who died in the Battle of Okinawa during World War II. It took him over 60 years, Fujita revealed, before he could finally visit Okinawa, where he threw rice balls into the ocean as an offering to the war victims.
In order to convey his antiwar message, Fujita devoted all his energy into the 2007 movie Best Wishes for Tomorrow (Ashita he no Yuigon), in which he portrayed a class-B war criminal sentenced to death following Japan's surrender.