Yû Aoi

Yû Aoi


Yû Aoi was born on Aug 17, 1985 in Japan. Yû Aoi's big-screen debut came with Harmful Insect directed by Akihiko Shiota in 2001. Yû Aoi is known for Rurouni Kenshin: Final Chapter Part I - The Final directed by Keishi Otomo, Takeru Satoh stars as Kenshin Himura and Mackenyu as Enishi Yukishiro. Yû Aoi has got 15 awards and 19 nominations so far. The most recent award Yû Aoi achieved is Asian Film Awards. The upcoming new movie Yû Aoi plays is They Say Nothing Stays the Same which will be released on Nov 12, 2021.

Yu Aoi was born as Yu Natsui on August 17, 1985 in Kasuga. She's a Japanese actress, voice actress, model & TV personality who has become a beloved tour de force in Japan. In 1999, she made her stage debut as Polly in the musical production of Annie, where she was picked from among hundreds of candidates at an audition. She began her silver screen career w/ the controversial All About Lily Chou-Chou before going on to lead roles in films like Letters From Kanai Nirai & One Million Yen Girl. She has participated in the live action series Mushishi & the short film collection Tokyo!. She was the voice of the imaginary companion Ikechan in Ikechan and Me. She has been awarded numerous prizes, including Best Supporting Actress for Hula Girls at the Japanese Academy Award, where she was competing against herself in 2007. She reprised the role of Noriko in Tokyo Family, a remake of the classic of cinema Tokyo Story, had another memorable role in the TV series Penance, released photo books, did modeling & commercial work. She also returned to the stage for the play Gakuya. She married Ryota Yamasato in 2019. Trademarks include her kind & innocent eyes, light make-up as well as slim build. She plays piano, listens to Chatmonchy & loves ballet, the latter of which comprised a pivotal scene in her memorable performance in Hana and Alice.

  • Birthday

    Aug 17, 1985
  • Place of Birth

    Kasuga, Japan

Known For


15 wins & 19 nominations

Asian Film Awards
Best Actress
Winner - Asian Film Award
Calella Film Festival
Best Actress
Winner - Creative Rosebud Award
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