Miyoko Asada - Television

Television

  • Shinsengumi (NHK, 2004)
  • Nyokei Kazoku (TBS, 2005)
  • Jigoku no Sata mo Yome Shidai (TBS, 2007)
  • Tokyo Tower (Fuji TV, 2007)
  • Fuurin Kazan (NHK, 2007)
  • Wachigaiya Itosato (TBS, 2007)
  • Otokomae! (NHK, 2008)
  • Keikan no Chi (TV Asahi, 2009)

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