Mount Hakkoda (film) - Cast


  • Shōgo Shimada as General Tomoda
  • Ken Takakura as Captain Tokushima
  • Hideji Otaki as Colonel Nakabayashi
  • Kin'ya Kitaōji as Captain Kanda
  • Tetsurō Tanba as Colonel Kojima
  • Rentarō Mikuni as Major Yamada
  • Komaki Kurihara as Hatsuko Kanda (Captain Kanda's wife)
  • Akira Hamada as Lieutenant Tanabe
  • Mariko Kaga as Taeko Tokushima (Captain Tokushima's wife)
  • Yuzo Kayama as Captain Kurata
  • Kumiko Akiyoshi as Sawa Takiguchi (Guide)
  • Kenichi Kato as Second Lieutenant Takahata
  • Ren Ebata as Apprentice officer Funayama
  • Kohei Takayama as Apprentice officer Nagao

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