Kinya Kitaoji

Most Popular Kinya Kitaoji Trailers

Total trailers found: 35

One Piece Film: GOLD Trailer (2016)

23 July 2016

The Straw Hat Pirates are taking on Gild Tesoro, one of the richest men in the world.

Shinsengumi: Assassins of Honor Trailer (1969)

05 December 1969

Near the end of the nineteenth century, as the balance of power shifts from Shogunate towards the Emperor, Japan restlessly awaits the dawning of a new age.

The Yakuza Papers, Vol. 2: Deadly Fight in Hiroshima Trailer (1973)

28 April 1973

Repeatedly beat to a pulp by gamblers, cops, and gangsters, lone wolf Shoji Yamanaka (Kinya Kitaoji) finally finds a home as a Muraoka family hit man and falls in love with boss Muraoka's niece.

Asura Trailer (2012)

29 September 2012

Abandoned in the barren wasteland of Kyoto, a savage, enraged orphan does whatever it takes to survive in the wild.

The Incite Mill - 7 Day Death Game Trailer (2010)

16 October 2010

Ten people gather together at a complex named “Ankikan” after hearing of a short term job paying 112,000 Yen ($1,236 USD) per hour.

Mount Hakkoda Trailer (1977)

04 June 1977

Two infantry regiments of the Imperial Japanese Army—210 men overall—tackled Mt. Hakkoda in the winter of 1902 to prepare for war with Russia.

Shag Trailer (1978)

31 March 1978

Crime film distributed by Toho.

The Alaska Story Trailer (1977)

22 January 1977

Winter's Flower Trailer (1978)

17 June 1978

Kanno (Ken Takakura) is a Yakuza. He had to kill Matsuoka who betrayed their boss. Kanno knew Matsuoka had a 3-year-old daughter named Youko.

Rise, Fair Sun Trailer (1973)

27 October 1973

Though a farmer and his fellow villagers in this Japanese film resist the effort to turn the unspoiled region in which they live into a land development, they are ultimately unsuccessful.

The Peking Man Trailer (1997)

20 December 1997

In 1929 the fossil of a 500,000 year old man is discovered in China. In 1941 the Japanese army confiscates this find, but during the war the remains disappear.

Chushingura〜Sono Otoko, Oishi Kuranosuke Trailer (2010)

25 December 2010

The Yakuza Papers, Vol. 5: Final Episode Trailer (1974)

29 June 1974

Battles Without Honor and Humanity: Final Episode is part five and the final installation of a series of yakuza films directed by Kinji Fukasaku.

Legal High Trailer (2012)

17 April 2012

Kazuhiko Kogure, who is a 2nd grade student in middle school, falls off from one of the school's rooftop.

Eternal First Love Trailer (2010)

11 September 2010

Takeshi (Takashi Tsukamoto), an Italian restaurant chef, and Ruri (Saki Aibu) could have been lovers, but Takeshi was too comfortable with their current relationship that he chose to stay best friends with her.

The Last Revenge Trailer (2011)

26 February 2011

This is the true story of the last officially recorded case of adauchi, when a young man avenged the death of his father by brutally killing the murderers in broad daylight.

Future War 1986 Trailer (1982)

01 January 1982

An American scientist constructs a laser satellite with hopes of preventing any nuclear conflicts from occurring.

Sushi King Goes to New York Trailer (2008)

19 April 2008

A genius sushi chef travels to New York to battle it out with the local competition there.

The Second is a Christian Trailer (1985)

14 September 1985

The story of beautiful Christian nun, Kyoko (Etsuko Shihomi) who is the object of affection for two very different men - one the happy-go-lucky yakuza gangster, Haruhiko (Koichi Iwaki) who is the next-in-line to takeover the ragtag "Tenryu Gumi" gang and the other bumbling police detective Kumashiro (Akira Emoto).

The Day the Sun Rose Trailer (1968)

23 November 1968

Shokon ichidai tenka no abarenbo Trailer (1969)

31 December 1969

Zerosen moyu Trailer (1984)

11 August 1984

Wolves, Pigs & Men Trailer (1964)

26 August 1964

A lonely gangster tries recruiting men to plunder a respected and powerful gang.

Law in Ghost Island Trailer (1961)

13 August 1961

Upon his arrival to Dragon Island, ronin Yagi Hanzo, is propositioned by various shady individuals representing rival gangs to lend his services to them.

A Revengeful Raid Trailer (1962)

01 January 1962

In this tale of bravery and honor among the roving gamblers of old Japan, the heroic Jirocho, Boss of the Tokaido is called upon to help a young yakuza named Eijiro after he runs afoul of the new samurai officials who have taken over his hometown.

The Story of Tokugawa Ieyasu Trailer (1965)

03 January 1965

In turbulent 16th-century Japan, the leaders of a minor fief have their child taken from them as a political hostage.

Bored Hatamoto: Riddle of the Snake Princess' Mansion Trailer (1957)

28 December 1957

Film number 22 in one of the longest running feature series in Japan, has bored samurai Hatamoto embroiled in a plot against the shogun amidst intrigue regarding a prized banner.

Lord Mito: Struggle of Suke and Kaku Trailer (1961)

01 January 1961

Two servants of a famous lord have various adventures.

Fire Festival Trailer (1985)

03 October 1985

Tatsuo, a reverent lumberjack, seeks to disrupt plans to build a marine park on his family land, instead promoting his traditions in reactionary ways.

Gambling Den Heist Trailer (1975)

01 January 1975

After eight years in prison, Takeshi’s mission is a big heist from his own clan’s gambling parlor.

Lake of Illusions Trailer (1982)

11 September 1982

Director/screenwriter 'Shinobu Hashimoto' was given carte blanche to make this film based on his three-decade record of success, including being a screenwriter for Akira Kurosawa's Rashomon (1950).

Seishoku no ishibumi Trailer (1978)

23 September 1978

Glowing Autumn Trailer (1979)

01 January 1979

A very beautiful Japanese woman is in love with Persian carpets. She is being chased by lecherous Saburi Shin and a handsome young photographer.

Battles Without Honor and Humanity: The Complete Saga Trailer (1980)

05 April 1980

The 224-minute compilation edition of the first four films in the series.

Kûkai Trailer (1984)

13 April 1984

The life and times of Kûkai, a Japanese monk who studies Esoteric Buddhism in the far reaches of India, China and Tibet, then uses their combined influence to establish the Shingon school during the Heian period in early 9th Century AD.