Keiko Kitagawa Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Husband, Family, Images, And More

Keiko Kitagawa Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Husband, Family, Images, And More

Keiko Kitagawa (, Kitagawa) is a Japanese actress. Keiko (born August 22, 1986) is a former model and actress from Japan. From late 2003 until mid-2006, she was an exclusive model for the Japanese Seventeen magazine, and she stopped modeling after she left the magazine. Her first acting role was Sailor Mars in the Sailor Moon live action show Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon (2003-2004), and she left modeling after her performance in the film Mamiya Kydai to focus on acting.

She has appeared in various films, including The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006) and Handsome Suit (2008), as well as television dramas such as Mop Girl (2007), Homeroom on the Beachside (2008), Buzzer Beat (2009), Lady Saigo no Hanzai Profile (2011), and Akumu-chan (2012).


Personal and professional lives

Kitagawa was born in Hygo Prefecture, Japan, on August 22, 1986. She grew up in Kobe and had many friends who were killed in the Great Hanshin earthquake in 1995. She wanted to be a doctor as a child, but by high school, she was unsure of what she wanted to do with her life. Around this time, she was noticed by a talent agency and decided to try her hand in the entertainment industry. Her parents were initially opposed, but they agreed under two conditions: she give up if she didn't make any progress within a year, and she prioritize her academics and graduate from university. In March 2009, she graduated from Meiji University in Tokyo.

Kitagawa was chosen as a model and actor within a week of joining an agency. She was chosen as Miss Seventeen in 2003, which led to her appearing as a model for the Japanese Seventeen magazine until September 2006. She had her own regular feature, "Keiko's Beauty Honey," towards the end of the run.

Kitagawa's acting career began when she was cast in the role of Rei Hino in the live-action television series Sailor Moon. Her first big film role was in Mamiya Kydai, and because of the director's influence, Yoshimitsu Morita, she opted to focus on acting rather than modeling. She began her career in cinema, playing key roles in Cherry Pie and Dear Friends. She had her first leading part in a TV drama in late 2007, in the late-night drama Mop Girl. In 2008, she was cast as the heroine in Homeroom on the Beachside, Fuji Television's Monday 9pm summer drama.
Kitagawa relocated to Tokyo when she began working as an actress and model, and she has remained there ever since. She went to California to film The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift and then returned to learn English for a few months in early 2006. She published a column called "Keytan Hakusho" for the Japanese weekly television listings magazine Weekly The Television from May to December 2007.

Kitagawa describes herself as a homebody who enjoys watching DVDs, listening to music, and reading books. When asked what she would do if the world ended tomorrow, she said, "read books." Stardust Promotion is in charge of her management.

She has appeared in the films Mizu ni Sumu Hana (2006), Mamiya Kyōdai (2006), The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006), Cherry Pie (lead role) (2006), Dear Friends (lead role) (2007), Sono Toki ha Kare ni Yoroshiku (2007), Southbound (2007), Heat Island (2007), Handsome Suit (2008), Orion in Midsummer (2009), I'll Pay (2009), After the Flowers (lead role) (2010), and Matataki (lead role) (2010), and Elevator to the Scaffold (2010).

Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon (2003–2004), Mop Girl (main part) (2007), Homeroom on the Beachside (2008), Buzzer Beat (2009), and Moon Lovers (2010), The After-Dinner Mysteries (2011), Hero (2014), and Detective against Detectives (2015) were among her television appearances.

Kitagawa married singer-songwriter Daigo in 2016. Kitagawa won the Japanese Television Academy Award for Best Actress for Ie Uru Onna the same year.

She announced her first pregnancy on April 22, 2020. She gave birth to her daughter on September 7.



2006The Mamiya BrothersYumi Honma
Mizu ni Sumu HanaRikka Mizuchi
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo DriftReikoAmerican film
Cherry PieKiyoharaLead role
2007Dear FriendsRina TakahashiLead role
Say Hello for MeMomoka Katsuragi
SouthboundYouko Uehara
Heat IslandNao
2008The Handsome SuitHiroko Hoshino
2009Last Operations Under the OrionShitsuko Arisawa/Izumi Kuramoto
It's On MereporterCameo
2010After the FlowersItoLead role
Elevator to the GallowsMikayo Matsumoto
Piecing Me Back TogetherIzumi SonodaLead role
2011Paradise KissYukari HayasakaLead role
2012Magic Tree HouseJack (voice)
2013The After-Dinner MysteriesHosho ReikoLead role
RoommateHarumi HagiwaraLead role
2014Judge!Hikari Ota
I Just Wanna Hug YouTsukasa YamamotoLead role
Akumu-chan The MovieAyami MutoiLead role
2015The Pearls of the Stone ManSatoko Kobayashi
Something Like, Something Like ItYumi
HeroChika Asagi
2017Hamon: Yakuza BoogieYuki
Let Me Eat Your PancreasKyōko (present days)
The Last Shot in the BarMari Misaki
2018Punk Samurai Slash DownRon
HibikiFumi Hanai
Stolen IdentityAsami InabaLead role
My Teacher, My Love
2019The Hikita's Are Expecting!Sachi Hikita
2020Stolen Identity 2Asami InabaSpecial appearance
The Legacy of Dr. Death: Black FileAsuka Takachiho
The Promised NeverlandMom Isabella
2021First LoveYuki MakabeLead role
It's a Flickering LifeSonoko Katsura
The Night Beyond the Tricornered WindowKeiko
2022Dreaming of the Meridian ArcEimi Kobayashi / Ei
Anpanman: Dororin and the Transforming CarnivalDororin (voice)
Fragments of the Last WillMojimi Yamamoto

Television drama

2003-2004Pretty Guardian Sailor MoonCBS/TBSSailor Mars/Rei HinoTokusatsu drama based on the manga/anime Sailor Moon
2007Mop GirlTV AsahiMomoko HasegawaLead role
2008Taiyo to Umi no KyoshitsuFuji TVEnokido Wakaba
2009Buzzer BeatFuji TVRiko ShirakawaLead role
2010Hostess with a PenMBS/TBSRie SaitoLead role; TV movie; based on a true story of Rie Saito
Tsuki no KoibitoFuji TVŌnuki Yuzuki
2011Lady: Saigo no Hanzai ProfileTBSKazuki ShōkoLead role
The After-Dinner MysteriesFuji TVReiko HoshoLead role
Kono Sekai no Katasumi niNTVSuzuLead role; TV movie
2012The After-Dinner Mysteries SPFuji TVReiko HoshoLead role
My Little NightmareNTVMutoi AyamiLead role
Mi o Tsukushi RyorichoTV AsahiMioLead role
2013A Swinging SingleFuji TVHaruno Yuki
2014Mi o Tsukushi Ryoricho 2TV AsahiMioLead role
HeroFuji TVChika Asagi
2015Detective versus DetectivesFuji TVRena SasakiLead role
2016Kuroi JukaiTV AsahiShōko KasaharaLead role; TV movie
Your Home is My Business!NTVMachi Sangen'yaLead role
Hippocratic OathWowowMakoto TsuganoLead role; Mini-series
2017Happiness's Memory (literal title)TBS, MBSNanami TsushimaTV movie
Your Home is My Business! ReturnsNTVMachi Sangen'yaLead role
Honto ni Atta Kowai HanashiFuji TVFukagawa KyokaLead role
2018SegodonNHKAtsuhimeTaiga drama
Shitei BengoshiTV AsahiYui HitotsugiLead role; TV movie
Fake NewsNHKItsuki ShinonomeLead role; Mini-series
2019Your Home is My Business! 2nd AttackNTVMachi Sangen'yaLead role
2021How to Get a Divorce for the Whole Family!TBSSaki MizuguchiLead role
2023What Will You Do, Ieyasu?NHKOichiTaiga drama
Themis's Law School ClassroomFuji TVShizuku HiiragiLead role


2012Kagayaku On'na `Kitagawa Keiko'NHK BS Premium
2013Kitagawa Keiko × Chichūkai Megami-tachi o SagashiteNHK BS Premiumin 2 parts
2014Kitagawa Keiko Yuukyuu No Miyako Turkey Istanbul -futari No Kougou Ai No Kiseki Wo Tadoru-BS Fuji
2015The Premium Kitagawa Keiko Suichoku Time Travel in RomeNHK BS Premiumin 2 parts
2018Iyoiyo start! BS4K BS8K Kaikyoku SpecialNHKBroadcast in Rome
2019Nihon ni koi shita Van Gogh ~ Kitagawa Keiko ga Aruku Tensai Gaka no Tabiji ~'BS Nippon Television
2020NHK Special: `Ano Ni~Tsu kara 25-nen Daishinsai no Kodomo-tachi'NHK

Home Video

  • 2013 : Kitagaawa Keiko Making Documentary "27+" - Documentary


  • 2006 : Tanabata Nananenkai - As Naomi Setsuraku/Midori Fujikura


  • 2006: Stylish Street Book "I've been to Hollywood!"
  • 2007: Kitagawa Keiko Shashinshū Dear Friends
  • 2008: Actress Make Up
  • 2010: Actress Make Up II
  • 2011: Eiga "Paradise Kiss" official murasaki by Kitagawa Keiko Fashion Photo Book
  • 2013: Original 1st shashin-shū 27' (Ni Juna Na)
  • 2015: PARIGOT: Light in the Night in Marunouchi
  • 2016: Keiko Kitagawa 2nd shashin-shū 30 (Angel works)


  • 2004: Sakura Fubuki ("Cherry Blossom Storm")/Hoshi Furu Yoake ("Stars Fall at Dawn") (as Rei Hino)


  • 2008: 55th The Television Drama Academy Awards: Special Award
  • 2015: 39th Elan d'or AwardsNewcomer of the Year

Keiko Kitagawa Biography, Facts & Life Story

Body Measurements29-21-29 inches
Height5 feet 3 inches (1.60 m)
Weight42 kg (93 lbs)
Hair ColorBrown Dark
Eye ColorBlack
Shoe Size6 (US)
Dress Size2 (US)
Age36 years old (in 2023)
Date of BirthAugust 22, 1986
Full NameKeiko Kitagawa
ProfessionActress, Model
BirthplaceKobe, Hyogo, Japan
Zodiac SignLeo

Keiko Kitagawa Education

Qualification: High School Graduate

Keiko Kitagawa Career

Profession: Actress, Model

Known For: Rikokatsu

Net Worth: $16 Million Approx

Family & Relatives

Marital Status: Married

Husband: Daigo (m. 2016)

No. of Children: 1

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