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Yui Aragaki
Profession: Actress
Birthdate: 11 June 1988
Birthplace: Naha, Japan
Height: 167
Chinese zodiac: Dragon
Yui Aragaki's Dramas & Movies
The Wings of the Kirin
A mans body is found under the statue of a giraffe with wings in the Nihombashi area of Tokyo. A suspect named Yashima has a car accident and falls unconscious while he is attempting to run away.
Released: 2011
Towairaito Sasara Saya
A drama about a struggling young widow with a baby whose dead husband returns to the world of the living to help her.
Released: 2014
Kuchibiru ni uta wo 
Yuri Kashiwaga was once known as a genius pianist. One day, she returns to her hometown in Goto Islands from Tokyo.
Released: 2015
Dejimon seibâzu
On a certain day, before a fight that Masaru had been training for, a strange dinosaur-like creature appears. This strange creature, "Agumon", is a "Digital Monster" from another world, the "Digital World".
Released: 2006
Ranma ½
Akane (Yui Aragaki) is the youngest of three daughters for Soun Tendo. Her father Soun Tendo (Katsuhisa Namase) runs a dojo for martial arts.
Released: 2011
Kureyon Shin-chan 
Shinnosuke Nohara, A.K.A.
Released: 1992
The Wings of the Kirin
A mans body is found under the statue of a giraffe with wings in the Nihombashi area of Tokyo. A suspect named Yashima has a car accident and falls unconscious while he is attempting to run away.
Released: 2011
Hanamizuki
Sae is a high school student who is studying hard for her college entrance exams. She lost her father when she was very young and so lives her mother Ryoko in Hokkaido, Japan.
Released: 2010
Ballad
Shinichi runs away from his problems and the people he fears. When Shinichi prays to the great Kawakami oak tree for courage, he is plunged into ancient feudal Japan.
Released: 2009
Koizora
Last fall, over 3 million people were brought to tears by the movie Koizora. The original story of Koizora, by the author Mika, was popularized on the cell phone novel site, Mahou no Land, and since then has been turned into a novel, a movie, and now a drama.
Released: 2007
Koizora
Last fall, over 3 million people were brought to tears by the movie Koizora. The original story of Koizora, by the author Mika, was popularized on the cell phone novel site, Mahou no Land, and since then has been turned into a novel, a movie, and now a drama.
Released: 2007