Tokyo Story  



As long as life goes on, relationships between parents and children will bring boundless joy and endless grief.

Tokyo Story (1953)

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The elderly Shukishi and his wife, Tomi, take the long journey from their small seaside village to visit their adult children in Tokyo. Their elder son, Koichi, a doctor, and their daughter, Shige, a hairdresser, don't have much time to spend with their aged parents, and so it falls to Noriko, the widow of their younger son who was killed in the war, to keep her in-laws company.

Director: Yasujirō Ozu

Release Date: 1953-11-03
Status: Released
Run time: 134 min / 2:14
Production Company : Shochiku Co., Ltd.
Production Country: Japan
Release Date: 1953-11-03
Status: Released
Run time: 134 min / 2:14

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Chishū Ryū
as Shukishi Hirayama
Chieko Higashiyama
as Tomi Hirayama
Setsuko Hara
as Noriko Hirayama
Haruko Sugimura
as Shige Kaneko
Sô Yamamura
as Koichi Hirayama
Kuniko Miyake
as Fumiko Hirayama - his wife
Kyôko Kagawa
as Kyôko Hirayama
Eijirō Tōno
as Sanpei Numata
Nobuo Nakamura
as Kurazo Kaneko
Shirô Ôsaka
as Keiso Hirayama
Hisao Toake
as Osamu Hattori
Teruko Nagaoka
as Yone Hattori
Mutsuko Sakura
as Oden-ya no onna
Toyo Takahashi
as Rinka no saikun
Tôru Abe
as Tetsudou-shokuin
Sachiko Mitani
as Aparto no onna
Ryôko Mizuki
as Biyouin no kyaku
Keijirô Morozumi
as Junsa
Shozo Suzuki
as Jimuin
Haruko Chichibu
as Ryokan no jochuu
Takashi Miki
as Tuyauta-shi
Binnosuke Nagao
as Onomichi no ishi

Crew

Directing Yasujirō Ozu Director
Writing Kōgo Noda Writer
Writing Yasujirō Ozu Writer
Production Takeshi Yamamoto Producer
Sound Takanobu Saitô Original Music Composer
Camera Yûharu Atsuta Director of Photography
Editing Yoshiyasu Hamamura Editor
Art Tatsuo Hamada Production Design
Art Tatsuo Hamada Art Direction
Costume & Make-Up Taizô Saitô Costume Design
Directing Shōhei Imamura Second Assistant Director
Sound Yoshisaburô Senoo Sound Designer
Sound Mitsuru Kaneko Sound Engineer
Sound Yoshiomi Hori Sound Assistant

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