Junko sakurada 桜田淳子 もう戻れない
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Junko Sakurada (桜田 淳子 Sakurada Junko, born April 14, 1958 in Akita, Japan) is a Japanese singer and actress. She was part of a music trio in 1973, which included 山口百恵 and 森昌子 . Sakurada then became successful in a solo music career, with 18 top ten singles in the 1970s. Her acting career ran from 1973 to 1993. She received multiple awards for her acting roles, including the Hochi Film Award, Award of the Japanese Academy, Kinema Junpo Award, and… read more
Junko Sakurada (桜田 淳子, Sakurada Junko ?, born 1958) is a Japanese singer and actress. She was part of a music trio in 1973, which included Momoe Yamaguchi and Masako Mori. Sakurada then became successful in a solo music career. In 1979 Sakurada appeared in a film made by the production company Toho, and became popular as an actress. She received multiple awards for her acting roles, including the Hochi Film Award , Award of the Japanese Academy, Kinema Junpo Award, and Mainichi Film Concours. Sakurada , a member of the Unification Church , participated in an arranged mass wedding held by the church and presided over by church founder Sun Myung Moon and his wife Hak Ja Han, in 1992. Publicity about her membership led to a decline in popularity, and she withdrew from public life. In 1999, representatives for the church said that she was happily married with three children, and did not wish to speak with the press.
Sakurada (written: 桜田, 櫻田 or 樱田 lit. "cherry blossom field") is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include:
According to The Australian , "Ms Sakurada disappeared
from public life soon after the ceremony." [ 9 ]
One of Sakurada's last acting jobs as a star in a production was in
the television piece Don't Call Me Auntie ( Obasan
Nante Yobanai de ) on NHK . [ 14 ]
According to The Daily Yomiuri , "This was one of Junko
Sakurada's last starring roles before she fell out of favor with
the public. Since she took part in the Rev. Moon's Unification
Church mass marriage in Seoul in August, it is said that her
commercial contracts have evaporated." [ 14 ]
In 1999 a spokesman for the Unification Church told The
Australian that Sakurada was content in her marriage and
had three children, and wished to remain out of public view. [ 9 ]
"Ms Sakurada is living happily with her husband and three children.
She does not want to talk to the press," said a Tokyo representative of the Unification Church in
a statement in The Courier-Mail in 1999. [ 15 ]