Tao Tsuchiya is a beautiful Japanese actress, model, and dancer.
Tao Tsuchiya Wiki/Biography
On February 3, 1995, Tao was born in Tokyo, Japan. Professionally she is an actress, model, singer, and dancer. In 2021 Tao’s age is 26 years old. Tao started her acting career in 2005. Sony Music Artist represents her in the entertainment industry. In the Japanese film industry, she is well recognized for her film ‘Ruroni Kenshin: Kyoto inferno’.
Height (approx)– 5 feet 1 inch
Weight (approx)– 54 Kg
Hair Color– Black
Eye Color– Black
Skin Color– White
Blood Type– O
Tao Tsuchiya Movies & Tv Shows
At the age of 26, she worked in many Movies, Tv-Shows, Music Videos.
Her Film Lists
Tokyo Sonata as Mika Kurosu (Kiyoshi Kurosawa director) in 2008.
Tsurikichi Sanpei as Yuri Takayama ( Yojiro Takita Director) in 2009.
Ultraman Zero: The Revenge of Belial as Princess Emerana Luludo Esmeralda in 2010.
The Legacy of the Sun as Su-Chan (Kiyoshi Sasabe) in 2011.
Hatenu Mura no Mina as Kanna Matsushita (Naoki Segi Director) in 2012.
In 2013 Tao Tsuchiya work in three films include ‘Arcana’ as Maki, Suzuki Sensei: The Movie as Somi Ogawa (Kayato Kawai director), Sekiseki Renren as Juri (Kazuya Konaka Director).
In 2014 Tao work in Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno as Makimachi Misao, The Werewolf Game: The Beast Side as Yuka Kabayama.
Orange as Naho Takamiya and Library Wars: The Last Mission as Marie Nakazawa in 2015.
In 2016, Gold Medal Man as Midori Yokoi, Yell for the Blue Sky as Tsubasa Ono.
In 2017 she appeared in Policeman and Me as Kako Motoya, Tori Girl as Yukina Toriyama, My Brother Loves Me Too Much as Setoka Tachibana, and The 8-year Engagement as Mai.
My Little Monster as Shizuku Mizutani, Kasane: Beauty and Fate as Nina Tanzawa and Kasane and Waiting for Spring as Mitsuki Haruno in 2018.
In 2019, Whistleblower as Nanako Misawa.
Food Luck as Shizuka Takenaka in 2020.
This year in 2021 she has many film projects includes ‘Jump! The Heros Behind the God as Yukie Nishikata, The Cinderella Addiction as Koharu Fukuura, Rurouni Kenshin: The Final as Makimachi Misao, The Method of Repulsing the Dove as Nahomi Torikai.
Next year in 2020 she works in ‘Dai-Kaiju no Atoshimatsu’ as Yukino Amane.
Tv Shows Lists
Ryomaden as Otome Sakamoto in 2010 (NHK).
In 2011 she work in ‘Ohisama’ as Hana Kimura, ‘Ouran High School Host Club’ as Renge Houshakuji (TBS), Suzuki Sensei as Somi Ogawa as TX.
In 2012 Tao appeared in Ultraman Retsuden as Princess Emerana Luludo Esmeralda (TX), Chushingura Sono Gi Sono Ai as Yae Isaka (TX), Miss Double Faced Teacher as Shiori Matsumoto (TBS).
Limit as Chieko Kamiya (TX), Mayonaka no Panya- San as Nozomi Shinozaki in 2013.
In 2014, Konya Wa Kokoro Dake Daite as Miu Masaoka (NHK BS), Hanako and Anne as Momo Ando (NHK).
Mare as Mare Tsumura (NHK), Downtown Rocket as Rina Tsukuda (TBS), Library Wars: Book of Memories as Marie Nakazawa (TBS).
In 2016, ‘Whose is the Cuckoo’s Egg?’ as Kazami Hida, Omukae Death as Sachi Aguma (NTV), IQ246: The Cases of a Royal Genius as Soko Wato (TBS).
In 2018, We Are Rocket Season 2 as Wakaba Fujitani (TBS), ‘Downtown Rocket Season 2’ as Rina Tsukuda (TBS).
‘Castle of Sand’ Rieko Naruse as Fuji TV, Dream Stage as Tsubasa Ozawa (NTV/YTV), W’s Tragedy as Mako Watsuji (NHK BS Premium).
In 2020, Alice in Borderland as Yuzuha Usagi (Netflix) and Bones of Steel as Moe Nomura.
In 2016 she works with Australian singer and songwriter ‘Alive’.
Same years also worked with ‘Japanese Pop Rock’ Greeeen.
In 2019 with Chinese concert pianist Lang Lang.
Awards & Achievements
In 2016 Tao Tsuchiya won the 39th Japan Academy Film Prize in Newcomer of the year’s category and 40th Elan d’Or Awards in Newcomer of the year category.
In 2018 she is nominated for many awards include 41st Japan Academy Film Prize, the 31st Nikkan Sports Film Award, and the 43rd Hochi Film Award.
Tao Tsuchiya Less Known Facts
For the Japanese television drama series ‘Mare’ she was selected among 2,020 women.
In 2018 Tao performed in a theater production in 5 cities within 4 countries around the world.
In 2018 and 2019 she hosted two award shows include the ’60th Japan Record Awards’ and ’61st Japan Record Awards’.