Kasumi Arimura Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Boyfriend, Family, Images, And More

Kasumi Arimura Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Boyfriend, Family, Images, And More

Kasumi Arimura is a Japanese actress who was born on February 13, 1993. Her television performances have included the youthful Haruko Amano in NHK's asadora Amachan in 2013 and the lead part in the 2017 asadora Hiyokko. She has also acted in films such as Flying Colors, for which she received the 39th Japan Academy Film Prize for Newcomer of the Year, and We Made A Beautiful Bouquet, for which she received the 45th Japan Academy Film Prize for Best Actress.

Arimura was born in Hygo Prefecture, Japan, on February 13, 1993. She has an older sister, Airi Arimura, who is also a model and actor.

Arimura auditioned for FLaMme in December 2009, while attending Hyogo Prefectural Itami Nishi High School. She made her first series appearance in Hagane no Onna in May 2010. Arimura rose to prominence after acting in the 2013 morning drama Amachan. Arimura later starred as the lead actress in the critically praised film Flying Colors, in which she played a disturbed adolescent who attends a cram school at her mother's request in order to earn admission to university. The film was a huge box office success, being Japan's eighth highest-grossing picture in 2015. Arimura was nominated for the 39th Japan Academy Film Prize for both Outstanding Performance By An Actress In A Leading Role and Newcomer of the Year. She won the Newcomer of the Year Award.

Arimura was cast as the lead heroine in the 2017 film Asadora Hiyokko. She was named Best Actress in The 94th Television Drama Academy Awards (2017) for her part in the drama. The awards are granted quarterly by a popular Japanese magazine, The Television, and are based on the combined results of votes from magazine readers, juries, and TV journalists in Japan. She has since starred in a number of critically praised television dramas and films, including Chgakusei Nikki, I Am a Hero, Cafe Funiculi Funicula, and Sekigahara. Arimura portrayed Hatsume, a ninja recruited by the famed samurai Ishida Mitsunari, in the film Sekigahara. At the 41st Japan Academy Film Prize, the film was nominated for Picture of the Year.

Arimura has also acted in works that are considered controversial in nature. Arimura played the hard part of a young teacher who falls in love with her 15-year-old student in the drama Chgakusei Nikki. Despite its contentious nature, the drama was named Best Drama at Japan's 99th Television Drama Academy Awards.

Arimura had a very great year in the year 2021. She participated in the film We Made A Beautiful Bouquet, which was the eighth most grossing picture in Japan in 2021. Arimura won Best Actress at the 45th Japan Academy Film Prize for her performance in the film. Arimura also appeared in the blockbuster films Rurouni Kenshin: The Final and Rurouni Kenshin: The Beginning, the final two films of the epic Rurouni Kenshin film franchise, which is made up of films based on the Rurouni Kenshin manga series. Both films were major box-office triumphs in Japan in 2021, garnering over 6.5 billion yen combined. Yukishiro Tomoe, the deceased wife of the title character Himura Kenshin, was played by Arimura. Rurouni Kenshin: The Final was the sixth highest earning film in Japan in 2021, while Rurouni Kenshin: The Beginning was the thirteenth highest grossing picture.

In the 2021 slice-of-life drama Life's Punchline (Konto Ga Hajimaru), Arimura featured as a young lady struggling with employment who happens into a bunch of likewise struggling stand-up comedians. She was voted Best Supporting Actress in The 108th Television Drama Academy Awards for her part in the drama, making her one of the rare female actors to have won both the Best Actress (Hiyokko) and Best Supporting Actress Awards (Life's Punchline) in The Television Drama Academy Awards.

Arimura starred in the drama Zenkamono (a.k.a. Prior Convictions) as a voluntary probation officer tasked with supervising three different paroled prisoners. In 2022, a film adaptation of Zenkamono starring Arimura was also released. Also Arimura co-featured with Ninomiya Kazunari in the TV Special Adventure of Comandante Cappellini (Sensuikan Cappellini-go no Bouken) in 2022, and she also starred in the drama Ishiko and Haneo. In December 2022, Arimura appeared in the film Phases of the Moon.

Arimura starred in the 62nd NHK taiga drama What Will You Do, Ieyasu? in January 2023. Kasumi appeared in the Netflix-produced film Call Me Chihiro in February.



DateMovieRoleProduction CompanyNotes
2011Hankyu Railways - A 15-Minute MiracleEtsuko KadotaToho
Samurai Angel WarsAsami ŌtaKadokawa PicturesLead role
2012SPEC: TenMiyabi MasakiToho
2013SPEC: CloseMiyabi MasakiToho
The Little MaestroMisaki YoshikawaArgo PicturesLead role
Kid's PoliceHigh school girlToho
2014Jossy'sKanoko MidoriyamaKing Records
When Marnie Was ThereMarnie (voice)TohoLead role
Light AlongSakiAdways PicturesLead role, short film
Nutcracker FantasyClara (voice)Q-Tec,Inc.Lead role
2015Strobe EdgeNinako KinoshitaTohoLead role
Flying ColorsSayaka KudoTohoLead role
2016I Am a HeroHiromi HayakariToho
ErasedAiri KatagiriWarner Bros. Japan
The Firefly SummersNatsumiAeon EntertainmentLead role
SomeoneMizuki TanabeTohoLead role
2017March Comes in Like a LionKyōko KōdaToho, Asmik Ace
March Goes out Like a LambKyōko KōdaToho, Asmik Ace
NarratageIzumi KudōToho, Asmik AceLead role
SekigaharaHatsumeToho, Asmik Ace
2018Our DeparturesAkira OkuzonoShochikuLead role
Cafe Funiculi FuniculaKazu TokitaTohoLead role
2019Fortuna's EyeAoi KiryūTohoLead role
Dragon Quest: Your StoryBianca (voice)Toho
Show Me the Way to the StationAdult Sayaka (voice)Q-Tec,Inc.
And Life Goes OnTōko IkutaWowowLead role
2021We Made a Beautiful BouquetKinu HachiyaTokyo Theatres, Little MoreLead role
Rurouni Kenshin: The FinalYukishiro TomoeWarner Bros. Japan
Rurouni Kenshin: The BeginningYukishiro TomoeWarner Bros. Japan
The Supporting Actors: The MovieHerselfToho
Gift of FireSetsu AsakuraEleven ArtsNHKLead role
How We Work, How We LiveHerselfStar SandsDocumentary film
2022Prior ConvictionsKayo AgawaNikkatsu, WowowLead role
Phases of the MoonRuri MasakiShochiku
2023Call Me ChihiroChihiroNetflix, Asmik AceLead role

TV dramas

2010The Woman of SteelMana NishiboriTV Asahi
SPEC: BirthMiyabi MasakiTBS
2011Akutō: Jūhanzai SōsahanManami MomoseTV AsahiEpisode 5
The Woman of Steel Season 2Mana NishiboriTV Asahi
Odd Family 11Niko SanadaTV Asahi
2012CloverYui AkiyamaTV Tokyo
SPEC: LifeMiyabi MasakiTBSTV movie
Mikeneko Homes no SuiriAsuka MuraseNTVEpisodes 8,9
Boku no NatsuyasumiHaruna AoyamaTokai TV
Tsurukame Maternity CenterSayori UeharaNHK
The Brave Yoshihiko and The Key of an Evil SpiritFake MurasakiTV TokyoEpisode 7
2013Otasukeya JinpachiMoe KamiyaYTV
AmachanHaruko AmanoNHKAsadora
Tales of the Unusual: Spring 2013Sumiko TsujiuraFuji TVShort drama
Star ManShoko UsuiKTV
The After-Dinner Mysteries SpecialYumiko ShiotaFuji TVTV movie
Chicken RaceKumi SakuraiWowowTV movie
The Stork NestAyumi NiiyamaTBSTV movie
2014Heartbroken ChocolatierMatsuri KoyurugiFuji TV
Mozu Season 1Ami NakajimaTBS
Baseball BrainiacsYuzuko TarumiNTV
Tonari no Reji no UmekisanMika SawamuraFuji TV
2015Your StoryNana KurataFuji TV
Eien no Bokura: Sea Side BlueAoi MatsuokaNTVLead role, TV movie
Umi ni FuruMiyuki AmayaWowowLead role, mini-series
2016Love That Makes You CryOto SugiharaFuji TVLead role
2017HiyokkoMineko YatabeNHKLead role, Asadora
2018Meet Me After SchoolHijiri SuenagaTBSLead role
2019Hiyokko 2Mineko MaedaNHKLead role, mini-series
And Life Goes OnTōko IkutaWowowLead role, mini-series
2020A Day-Off of Kasumi ArimuraHerselfWowowLead role, mini-series
Gift of FireSetsu AsakuraNHKLead role, TV movie
Our Sister's SoulmateMomoko AdachiFuji TVLead role
Cold Case Season 3Misa KifuneWowowEpisode 3
2021Life's PunchlineRihoko NakahamaNTV
ZenkamonoKayo AgawaWowowLead role
2022Adventure of Comandante CappelliniSakiko HayamiFuji TVTV movie
Ishiko and Haneo: You're Suing Me?Shōko "Ishiko" IshidaTBSLead role
Lost Man FoundHerselfDisney+, NHKCameo; episode 1
2023What Will You Do, Ieyasu?SenaNHKTaiga drama


  • Jeanne d'Arc (7 October 2014 - 24 November 2014), Jeanne d'Arc
  • Tomodachi (2021), the second daughter

Video games

  • Layton's Mystery Journey (2017), Katrielle "Kat" Layton

Music videos

  • Ketsumeishi - Nakama (12 May 2010)
  • Sayaka Shionoya - Dear Heaven (10 December 2012)
  • Saku - Start Me Up (29 April 2015)
  • Aoi Teshima - Letter for Tomorrow (10 February 2016)
  • Nissy - Happening and My Prettiest Girl (24 August 2016)


  • 66th NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen (2015), a judge
  • 67th NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen (2016), red team captain
  • 68th NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen (2017), red team captain
  • 64th Japan Record Awards (2022), host



  • Kimi to Boku no Heya (Shueisha, 20 March 2015), cover, ISBN 9784086800129


  • B.L.T. U-17 Vol.17 (Tokyo News Mook) (5 February 2011), Tokyo News Service, ISBN 9784863361317
  • aBUTTON Vol.4_Yume Arimura Kasumi (Plup Series) (30 November 2011), Parco, ISBN 9784891949259
  • Shinkokyū: Shin Kokyu (7 November 2013), ShueishaISBN 9784087807035
  • Oh! My Rody (14 February 2014), TMWC, ISBN 9784990756505


2014Short Shorts Film Festival & AsiaBest ActressLight AlongWon
201639th Japan Academy Film PrizeBest ActressFlying ColorsNominated
Newcomer of the YearWon
40th Elan d'or AwardsNewcomer of the YearHerselfWon
58th Blue Ribbon AwardsBest ActressStrobe Edge, Flying ColorsWon
29th Nikkan Sports Film AwardsBest NewcomerThe Firefly Summers, SomebodyWon
201721st Nikkan Sports Drama Grand PrixBest ActressHiyokkoNominated
94th Television Drama Academy AwardsBest ActressWon
22nd Busan International Film FestivalAsia Star AwardNarratageWon
30th Nikkan Sports Film AwardsBest ActressNominated
201860th Blue Ribbon AwardsBest ActressNominated
27th Tokyo Sports Film AwardsBest ActressNominated
2021108th Television Drama Academy AwardsBest Supporting ActressLife's PunchlineWon
13th TAMA Film AwardsBest ActressWe Made A Beautiful BouquetWon
34th Nikkan Sports Film AwardsBest ActressNominated
46th Hochi Film AwardsBest ActressWe Made A Beautiful Bouquet and Rurouni Kenshin: The BeginningNominated
16th GQ Men of the YearBest ActressWe Made A Beautiful BouquetWon
7th Elle Cinema AwardsBest ActressWon
202276th Mainichi Film AwardsBest ActressNominated
64th Blue Ribbon AwardsBest ActressNominated
45th Japan Academy Film PrizeBest ActressWon
113th Television Drama Academy AwardsBest ActressIshiko and HaneoWon
47th Hochi Film AwardsBest ActressPrior ConvictionsWon
202365th Blue Ribbon AwardsBest ActressNominated
46th Japan Academy Film PrizeBest Supporting ActressPhases of the MoonNominated

Kasumi Arimura Biography, Facts & Life Story

Body Measurements35-29-34 Inches
Height5 Feet 5 Inches (1.63 m)
Weight55 kg (122 lbs)
Waist29 Inches
Hair ColorBrown
Eye ColorBlack
Shoe Size8 US
Dress Size4 US
Age30 years old (in 2023)
Date of BirthFebruary 13, 1993
Full NameKasumi Arimura
BirthplaceItami, Hyogo, Japan
Zodiac SignAquarius

Kasumi Arimura Education

School: High School

Kasumi Arimura Career

Profession: Actress

Net Worth: $500k

Family & Relatives

Sister: Airi Arimura

Marital Status: Single

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