Monday, April 11, 1921 Actress Hisako Yamane is born in Tokyo. Since my childhood, I have studied piano, nursery rhymes, Western dance and Japanese dance, and I went on to study at Ochanomizu Cultural School, the women’s department. Unlike Bunka Fashion College, which is famous for its fashion design, Bunka Gakuin was founded 100 years ago in April 1921 by Isaku Nishimura, Akiko Yosano, Tekkan Yosano and Hakutei Ishii.
In 1936, when he was a student at Bunka Gakuin, he made his debut at the age of 15, signing a contract with P.C.L. Film Seisakusho. The PCL merged with three other film companies in the following year and became Toho Eiga. In 1940, he became a popular star for his role opposite Kazuo Hasegawa in the film ‘Princess snake’ directed by Teinosuke Kinugasa. After the war, he took part in the establishment of New Toho. She appeared in many movies and married Kichie OGAWA, a film producer, in 1954. He died in 1990 at the age of 69.
Hisako YAMANE’s mother was Chieko YAMANE, an opera singer. He was a member of the second generation of the Imperial Theater revue. His father, Tominosuke FUKUI, was a violinist enrolled in the Gagaku Department of the Imperial Household Ministry, and a famous disciple was Kichinosuke TSUJI (1957. Medal with Dark Blue Ribbon), the father of Hisako TSUJI.