Here are 24 famous actresses from Japan were born in 1973:
Ryō (January 17, 1973 Hatogaya-) also known as Yumiko Miyada, Yumiko Satô or Yumiko Miyata is a Japanese actor, model and singer.
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Rie Miyazawa (April 6, 1973 Nerima-) also known as Miyazawa Rie, 宮沢 りえ or みやざわ りえ is a Japanese model, actor and voice actor.
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Ryoko Shinohara (August 13, 1973 Kiryu-) otherwise known as Shinohara Ryoko, Shinohara, Ryoko, Ryoko Ichimura, Ichimura Ryoko or Ryôko Shinohara is a Japanese singer, actor and tarento.
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Yuko Nakazawa (June 19, 1973 Fukuchiyama-) a.k.a. 中澤裕子, 中澤ゆう子, Yuuko Nakazawa, Nakazawa Yuuko, Nakazawa Yuko, なかざわ ゆうこ or Yū-chan is a Japanese singer and actor.
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Noriko Ogawa (July 20, 1973 Tachikawa-) a.k.a. Shigemi Tanimoto is a Japanese singer and actor.
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Mitsuki Saiga (June 12, 1973 Saitama Prefecture-) a.k.a. Saiga Mitsuki is a Japanese voice actor, singer and actor.
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Minae Noji (May 30, 1973 Los Angeles-) also known as L. Claire Minae Noji is a Japanese actor, dancer and singer.
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Eri Fukatsu (January 11, 1973 Oita-) also known as Fukacchan, Rie Mizuhara, Rie Takahara, Mizuhara Rie or Takahara Rie is a Japanese actor and singer.
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Shinobu Nakayama (January 18, 1973 Koganei-) a.k.a. Nakayama Shinobu is a Japanese singer and actor.
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Nanako Matsushima (October 13, 1973 Yokohama-) a.k.a. Matsushima Nanako, Nanako Noguchi, Noguchi Nanako, Queen of Japanese Drama or Queen Bee of J-dorama is a Japanese fashion model and actor.
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Rieko Miura (September 1, 1973 Nakano, Tokyo-) also known as Miura Rieko, Yuki Nakanoshima or Nakanoshima Yuki is a Japanese singer, model and actor.
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Azusa Senou (April 3, 1973 Atsugi-) also known as Senou, Azusa or Azusa Seno is a Japanese singer, model and actor.
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Rumi Shishido (November 6, 1973 Naka-ku, Hiroshima-) a.k.a. Shishido Rumi, Shishido, Rumi or Run Run is a Japanese singer, voice actor, actor, tarento, songwriter, singer-songwriter, illustrator and camera operator.
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Mari Hanafusa (February 28, 1973 Tokyo-) also known as Hanafusa Mari or Mary Pickford of Takarazuka is a Japanese actor.
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Rumi Ochiai (March 6, 1973 Nagoya-) is a Japanese voice actor and actor.
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Ai Kobayashi (May 25, 1973 Adachi-) also known as Kobayashi Ai is a Japanese voice actor and actor.
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Chiharu Kawai (April 22, 1973 Hakodate-) is a Japanese actor and voice actor.
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Eriko Tamura (January 16, 1973 Ibaraki Prefecture-) a.k.a. Tamura Eriko, Eriko or Tamura, Eriko is a Japanese singer and actor.
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西尾えつ子 (March 9, 1973 Toyota-) a.k.a. Etsuko Nishio, 西尾悦子 or Nishio, Etsuko is a Japanese singer, model and actor.
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Miki Fujitani (September 15, 1973 Nagoya-) also known as 藤谷 美紀, Fujitani, Miki, Makiko Kanaya, ふじたに みき, Fujitani Miki, 金谷 満紀子, かなや まきこ or Kanaya Makiko is a Japanese actor and voice actor.
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Madoka Sugawara (February 17, 1973-) is a Japanese actor.
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Yōko Satomi (October 20, 1973 Nagano-) otherwise known as Saki Shiratori is a Japanese actor and pornographic film actor.
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Emi Hashino (October 23, 1973 Kagoshima-) otherwise known as Emi Tsunashima, Emi-chan or Emichan is a Japanese actor and comedian.
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Michelle Ferre (June 13, 1973 Kobe-) also known as Michelle Laure Miho Ferre is a Japanese actor, journalist and game show host.
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