Sato Sakichi

Sakichi Sato

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  • First Name: Sakichi
  • Family Name: Sato
  • Native name: 佐藤佐吉
  • Also Known as: Satou Sakichi; さとう さきち;
  • Nationality: Japanese
  • Gender: Male
  • Born: May 13, 1964
  • Age: 55

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Sakichi Sato

Sato Sakichi

  • Name: Sato Sakichi
  • Native name: 佐藤佐吉
  • Also Known as: Satou Sakichi; さとう さきち;
  • Nationality: Japanese
  • Gender: Male
  • Born: May 13, 1964
  • Age: 55
Screenwriter
Year Title Type Rating
2019 Mahjong Horoki 2020
Movie
9.0
2007 Kimagure Robot
Special
6.0
2003 Revolver - Aoi haru
Special
0.0
2001 Ichi the Killer
Movie
7.3
2000 Across a Gold Prairie
Movie
0.0
Screenwriter & Director
Year Title Type Rating
2019 Kuroi Otome A
Movie
0.0
2019 Kuroi Otome Q
Movie
0.0
2014 Me & 23 Slaves
Movie
6.5
2013 Tokyo Yamimushi Part 2
Movie
0.0
2013 Tokyo Yamimushi Part 1
Movie
8.0
2011 Zero Man Vs. The Half Virgin
Movie
0.0
2010 Yoshimi Yoshida The Insect Detective
Movie
0.0
Drama
Year Title # Role Rating
2015 Enka: Gold Rush
Japanese Drama, 2015, 4 eps
Izawa (Support Role)
4
Izawa
Support Role
7.7
2015 Hamon
Japanese Drama, 2015, 8 eps
Nakao Yoshiharu (Support Role)
8
Nakao Yoshiharu
Support Role
8.8
Movie
Year Title Role Rating
2017 Hamon: Yakuza Boogie
Japanese Movie, 2017,
Makiuchi (Support Role)
Makiuchi
Support Role
7.6
2010 Yakuza-Busting Girls: Final Death-Ride Battle
Japanese Movie, 2010,
(Main Role)
Main Role
5.3
2008 After School
Japanese Movie, 2008,
Kawabe (Support Role)
Kawabe
Support Role
7.0
2004 My Baby
Japanese Movie, 2004,
Seto (Support Role)
Seto
Support Role
0.0
2001 Ichi the Killer
Japanese Movie, 2001,
Man kicking Ichi (Guest Role)
Man kicking Ichi
Guest Role
7.3
Special
Year Title # Role Rating
2016 1925-nen no Akechi Kogoro
Japanese Special, 2016, 3 eps
{The Psychological Test} (Support Role)
3
{The Psychological Test}
Support Role
7.6
Articles
The Japanese Horror Movies of 2019
Editorials - Dec 25, 2019

Japanese horror saw 13 releases in 2019. With manga getting adapted and a large franchise returning once more, 2019 has been varied across sub-genres, promising something for everyone. Not sure what to watch? Here are some opinions from avid J-horror fans