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Tenma Shibuya (渋谷 天馬, Shibuya Tenma, born January 13, 1969) is a Japanese actor, classical dancer, and cultural exchange activist. He began his career as an actor in 1993 after returning from the United States, where he attended college. He made appearances in a number of films, stage productions, and television dramas in his early acting career in Japan. In 2006, Shibuya, aged 36, visited China for the first time, leading his jump into Chinese show business. Between 2008 and 2010, Shibuya starred in a number of productions across media, including Hong Kong film Ip Man.

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  • Tenma Shibuya (渋谷 天馬, Shibuya Tenma, born January 13, 1969) is a Japanese actor, classical dancer, and cultural exchange activist. He began his career as an actor in 1993 after returning from the United States, where he attended college. He made appearances in a number of films, stage productions, and television dramas in his early acting career in Japan. In 2006, Shibuya, aged 36, visited China for the first time, leading his jump into Chinese show business. Between 2008 and 2010, Shibuya starred in a number of productions across media, including Hong Kong film Ip Man.
  • Tenma Shibuya (渋谷 天馬, Shibuya Tenma, born January 13, 1969) is a Japanese actor, classical dancer, and cultural exchange activist. He began his career as an actor in 1993 after returning from the United States, where he attended college. He made appearances in a number of films, stage productions, and television dramas in his early acting career in Japan.In 1998, he joined the play "Romio and Juliet" (director: Yukio Ninagawa), In 2002, a film, "Agitator (director: Takashi Miike)", in 2004, CG animation movie, " Appleseed (director: Shinji Aramaki music: Ryuichi Sakamoto) "In 2006, Shibuya, aged 36, visited China for the first time, leading his jump into Chinese show business.
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  • Tenma Shibuya (渋谷 天馬, Shibuya Tenma, born January 13, 1969) is a Japanese actor, classical dancer, and cultural exchange activist. He began his career as an actor in 1993 after returning from the United States, where he attended college. He made appearances in a number of films, stage productions, and television dramas in his early acting career in Japan. In 2006, Shibuya, aged 36, visited China for the first time, leading his jump into Chinese show business. Between 2008 and 2010, Shibuya starred in a number of productions across media, including Hong Kong film Ip Man. as well as the Chinese productions The Flowers of War and . He also appeared in Taiwanese film Kano, Russian drama Sorge, and 2018 multinational production Air Strike. In addition to acting, he has been a Japanese classical dancer and songwriter for more than twenty years. Shibuya has also volunteered in international cultural exchange activities for over 25 years, and taught Japanese in high schools as a volunteer in Eugene, Oregon. Shibuya also founded Japan-China cultural exchange promotion, a Tokyo-based nonprofit organization aiming to promote cultural exchange between Japan and China. He has served as general director of this organization since its launch in 2009. Tenma Shibuya (family name: Shibuya, first name: Tenma, Japanese name: 渋谷 天馬,English name: Shibuya’ Tenma, Chinese name: 澀谷天馬, born January 13, 1969) is a Japanese actor, film producer, Japanese classical dancer, and cultural exchange activist. He began his career as an actor in 1993 after returning from US, where he attended college. He made appearances in a number of films, stages, and TV dramas in his early acting career in Japan. In 2006, Shibuya, aged 36, visited China for the first time, leading his jump into Chinese show business. In 2008, Shibuya played Colonel Sato, an impressive villain in Ip Man, a Hong Kong kung-fu movie that won the best film award of 28th Hong Kong Film Awards. He starred in the top-rated Chinese TV drama in 2011, Borrow Gun, in which Shibuya successfully portrayed Kato, a character that won him an overnight fame in all of China, and in this year he also joined “The Flowers of War (director: Zhang Yimou, cast: Christian Bale ) .” He appeared in the 2014 No. 1 movie "KANO" in the Taiwanese film box-office income history. In 2017, appeared in the Russian national television drama "Sorge." In 2018, China, the United States, Korea three-country joint film "Air Strike: 大轟炸 ”(Art Director: Mel Gibson, Cast: Bruce Willis, Liu Ye, Adrian Brody, Song Seung Heon etc.) Plays the role of the Zero Fighter pilot as the only Japanese main cast in the play. Up until 2018, Shibuya has appeared in over 100 productions including movies, TV dramas and stage works in Japan, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and the U.S, gaining a great popularity in Asian areas especially in Chinese-speaking areas. In addition to acting, he has been a Japanese classical dancer and songwriter for over 20 years. Shibuya has also volunteered in international cultural exchange activities for over 25 years. He taught Japanese in high schools as a volunteer in Eugene, OR. Shibuya also founded Japan-China cultural exchange promotion, a Tokyo-based nonprofit organization aiming to promote cultural exchange between Japan and China in 2009. He serves the general director of this organization since the beginning.
  • Tenma Shibuya (渋谷 天馬, Shibuya Tenma, born January 13, 1969) is a Japanese actor, classical dancer, and cultural exchange activist. He began his career as an actor in 1993 after returning from the United States, where he attended college. He made appearances in a number of films, stage productions, and television dramas in his early acting career in Japan. In 2006, Shibuya, aged 36, visited China for the first time, leading his jump into Chinese show business. Between 2008 and 2010, Shibuya starred in a number of productions across media, including Hong Kong film Ip Man. as well as the Chinese productions The Flowers of War and . He also appeared in Taiwanese film Kano, Russian drama Sorge, and 2018 multinational production Air Strike. In addition to acting, he has been a Japanese classical dancer and songwriter for more than twenty years. Shibuya has also volunteered in international cultural exchange activities for over 25 years, and taught Japanese in high schools as a volunteer in Eugene, Oregon. Shibuya also founded Japan-China cultural exchange promotion, a Tokyo-based nonprofit organization aiming to promote cultural exchange between Japan and China. He has served as general director of this organization since its launch in 2009. Tenma Shibuya (family name: Shibuya, first name: Tenma, Japanese name: 渋谷 天馬,English name: Shibuya’ Tenma, Chinese name: 澀谷天馬, born January 13, 1969) is a Japanese actor, film producer, Japanese classical dancer, and cultural exchange activist. He began his career as an actor in 1993 after returning from US, where he attended college. He made appearances in a number of films, stages, and TV dramas in his early acting career in Japan. In 2006, Shibuya, aged 36, visited China for the first time, leading his jump into Chinese show business. In 2008, Shibuya played Colonel Sato, an impressive villain in Ip Man, a Hong Kong kung-fu movie that won the best film award of 28th Hong Kong Film Awards. He starred in the top-rated Chinese TV drama in 2011, Borrow Gun, in which Shibuya successfully portrayed Kato, a character that won him an overnight fame in all of China, and in this year he also joined “The Flowers of War (director: Zhang Yimou, cast: Christian Bale ) .” He appeared in the 2014 No. 1 movie "KANO" in the Taiwanese film box-office income history. In 2017, appeared in the Russian national television drama "Sorge." In 2018, China, the United States, Korea three-country joint film "Air Strike: 大轟炸 ”(Art Director: Mel Gibson, Cast: Bruce Willis, Liu Ye, Adrian Brody, Song Seung-Heon etc.) Plays the role of the Zero Fighter pilot as the only Japanese main cast in the play.In 2019,he appeared in Saturday Fiction(cast: Gong Li, director:Lou Ye) Up until 2019, Shibuya has appeared in over 100 productions including movies, TV dramas and stage works in Japan, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and the U.S, gaining a great popularity in Asian areas especially in Chinese-speaking areas. In addition to acting, he has been a Japanese classical dancer and songwriter for over 20 years. Shibuya has also volunteered in international cultural exchange activities for over 25 years. He taught Japanese in high schools as a volunteer in Eugene, OR. Shibuya also founded Japan-China cultural exchange promotion, a Tokyo-based nonprofit organization aiming to promote cultural exchange between Japan and China in 2009. He serves the general director of this organization since the beginning.
  • Tenma Shibuya (渋谷 天馬, Shibuya Tenma, born January 13, 1969) is a Japanese actor, classical dancer, and cultural exchange activist. He began his career as an actor in 1993 after returning from the United States, where he attended college. He made appearances in a number of films, stage productions, and television dramas in his early acting career in Japan. In 2006, Shibuya, aged 36, visited China for the first time, leading his jump into Chinese show business. Between 2008 and 2010, Shibuya starred in a number of productions across media, including Hong Kong film Ip Man. as well as the Chinese productions The Flowers of War and . He also appeared in Taiwanese film Kano, Russian drama Sorge, and 2018 multinational production Air Strike. In addition to acting, he has been a Japanese classical dancer and songwriter for more than twenty years. Shibuya has also volunteered in international cultural exchange activities for over 25 years, and taught Japanese in high schools as a volunteer in Eugene, Oregon. Shibuya also founded Japan-China cultural exchange promotion, a Tokyo-based nonprofit organization aiming to promote cultural exchange between Japan and China. He has served as general director of this organization since its launch in 2009. Tenma Shibuya (family name: Shibuya, first name: Tenma, Japanese name: 渋谷 天馬,English name: Shibuya’ Tenma, Chinese name: 澀谷天馬, born January 13, 1969) is a Japanese actor, film producer, Japanese classical dancer, and cultural exchange activist. He began his career as an actor in 1993 after returning from US, where he attended college. He made appearances in a number of films, stages, and TV dramas in his early acting career in Japan. In 2006, Shibuya, aged 36, visited China for the first time, leading his jump into Chinese show business. In 2008, Shibuya played Colonel Sato, an impressive villain in Ip Man, a Hong Kong kung-fu movie that won the best film award of 28th Hong Kong Film Awards. He starred in the top-rated Chinese TV drama in 2011, Borrow Gun<refhttp://www.stvf.com/a/2017-03-13/1009.html></ref>, in which Shibuya successfully portrayed Kato, a character that won him an overnight fame in all of China, and in this year he also joined “The Flowers of War (director: Zhang Yimou, cast: Christian Bale ) .” He appeared in the 2014 No. 1 movie "KANO" in the Taiwanese film box-office income history. In 2017, appeared in the Russian national television drama "Sorge." In 2018, China, the United States, Korea three-country joint film "Air Strike: 大轟炸 ”(Art Director: Mel Gibson, Cast: Bruce Willis, Liu Ye, Adrian Brody, Song Seung-Heon etc.) Plays the role of the Zero Fighter pilot as the only Japanese main cast in the play.In 2019,he appeared in Saturday Fiction(cast: Gong Li, director:Lou Ye) Up until 2019, Shibuya has appeared in over 100 productions including movies, TV dramas and stage works in Japan, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and the U.S, gaining a great popularity in Asian areas especially in Chinese-speaking areas. In addition to acting, he has been a Japanese classical dancer and songwriter for over 20 years. Shibuya has also volunteered in international cultural exchange activities for over 25 years. He taught Japanese in high schools as a volunteer in Eugene, OR. Shibuya also founded Japan-China cultural exchange promotion, a Tokyo-based nonprofit organization aiming to promote cultural exchange between Japan and China in 2009. He serves the general director of this organization since the beginning.
  • Tenma Shibuya (渋谷 天馬, Shibuya Tenma, born January 13, 1969) is a Japanese actor, classical dancer, and cultural exchange activist. He began his career as an actor in 1993 after returning from the United States, where he attended college. He made appearances in a number of films, stage productions, and television dramas in his early acting career in Japan. In 2006, Shibuya, aged 36, visited China for the first time, leading his jump into Chinese show business. Between 2008 and 2010, Shibuya starred in a number of productions across media, including Hong Kong film Ip Man. as well as the Chinese productions The Flowers of War and . He also appeared in Taiwanese film Kano, Russian drama Sorge, and 2018 multinational production Air Strike. In addition to acting, he has been a Japanese classical dancer and songwriter for more than twenty years. Shibuya has also volunteered in international cultural exchange activities for over 25 years, and taught Japanese in high schools as a volunteer in Eugene, Oregon. Shibuya also founded Japan-China cultural exchange promotion, a Tokyo-based nonprofit organization aiming to promote cultural exchange between Japan and China. He has served as general director of this organization since its launch in 2009. Tenma Shibuya (family name: Shibuya, first name: Tenma, Japanese name: 渋谷 天馬,English name: Shibuya’ Tenma, Chinese name: 澀谷天馬, born January 13, 1969) is a Japanese actor, film producer, Japanese classical dancer, and cultural exchange activist. He began his career as an actor in 1993 after returning from US, where he attended college. He made appearances in a number of films, stages, and TV dramas in his early acting career in Japan. In 2006, Shibuya, aged 36, visited China for the first time, leading his jump into Chinese show business. In 2008, Shibuya played Colonel Sato, an impressive villain in Ip Man, a Hong Kong kung-fu movie that won the best film award of 28th Hong Kong Film Awards. He starred in the top-rated Chinese TV drama in 2011, Borrow Gun<refhttp://www.stvf.com/a/2017-03-13/1009.html></ref>, in which Shibuya successfully portrayed Kato, a character that won him an overnight fame in all of China, and in this year he also joined “The Flowers of War (director: Zhang Yimou, cast: Christian Bale ) .” He appeared in the 2014 No. 1 movie "KANO" in the Taiwanese film box-office income history. In 2017, appeared in the Russian national television drama "Sorge." In 2018, China, the United States, Korea three-country joint film "Air Strike: 大轟炸 ”(Art Director: Mel Gibson, Cast: Bruce Willis, Liu Ye, Adrien Brody, Song Seung-Heon etc.) Plays the role of the Zero Fighter pilot as the only Japanese main cast in the play.In 2019,he appeared in Saturday Fiction(cast: Gong Li, director:Lou Ye) Up until 2019, Shibuya has appeared in over 100 productions including movies, TV dramas and stage works in Japan, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and the U.S, gaining a great popularity in Asian areas especially in Chinese-speaking areas. In addition to acting, he has been a Japanese classical dancer and songwriter for over 20 years. Shibuya has also volunteered in international cultural exchange activities for over 25 years. He taught Japanese in high schools as a volunteer in Eugene, OR. Shibuya also founded Japan-China cultural exchange promotion, a Tokyo-based nonprofit organization aiming to promote cultural exchange between Japan and China in 2009. He serves the general director of this organization since the beginning.
  • Tenma Shibuya (渋谷 天馬, Shibuya Tenma, born January 13, 1969) is a Japanese actor, classical dancer, and cultural exchange activist. He began his career as an actor in 1993 after returning from the United States, where he attended college. He made appearances in a number of films, stage productions, and television dramas in his early acting career in Japan.In 1998, he joined the play "Romio and Juliet" (director: Yukio Ninagawa), In 2002, a film, "Agitator (director: Takashi Miike)", in 2004, CG animation movie, " Appleseed (director: Shinji Aramaki music: Ryuichi Sakamoto) "In 2006, Shibuya, aged 36, visited China for the first time, leading his jump into Chinese show business. Between 2008 and 2010, Shibuya starred in a number of productions across media, including Hong Kong film Ip Man.as well as the Chinese productions The Flowers of War and . He also appeared in Taiwanese film Kano, Russian drama Sorge, and 2018 multinational production Air Strike. In addition to acting, he has been a Japanese classical dancer and songwriter for more than twenty years. Shibuya has also volunteered in international cultural exchange activities for over 25 years, and taught Japanese in high schools as a volunteer in Eugene, Oregon. Shibuya also founded Japan-China cultural exchange promotion, a Tokyo-based nonprofit organization aiming to promote cultural exchange between Japan and China. He has served as general director of this organization since its launch in 2009. Tenma Shibuya (family name: Shibuya, first name: Tenma, Japanese name: 渋谷 天馬,English name: Shibuya’ Tenma, Chinese name: 澀谷天馬, born January 13, 1969) is a Japanese actor, film producer, Japanese classical dancer, and cultural exchange activist. He began his career as an actor in 1993 after returning from US, where he attended college. He made appearances in a number of films, stages, and TV dramas in his early acting career in Japan. In 2006, Shibuya, aged 36, visited China for the first time, leading his jump into Chinese show business. In 2008, Shibuya played Colonel Sato, an impressive villain in Ip Man, a Hong Kong kung-fu movie that won the best film award of 28th Hong Kong Film Awards. He starred in the top-rated Chinese TV drama in 2011, Borrow Gun, in which Shibuya successfully portrayed Kato, a character that won him an overnight fame in all of China, and in this year he also joined “The Flowers of War (director: Zhang Yimou, cast: Christian Bale ) .” He appeared in the 2014 No. 1 movie "KANO" in the Taiwanese film box-office income history. In 2017, appeared in the Russian national television drama "Sorge." In 2018, China, the United States, Korea three-country joint film "Air Strike: 大轟炸 ”(Art Director: Mel Gibson, Cast: Bruce Willis, Liu Ye, Adrien Brody, Song Seung-Heon etc.) Plays the role of the Zero Fighter pilot as the only Japanese main cast in the play.In 2019,he appeared in Saturday Fiction(cast: Gong Li, director:Lou Ye) Up until 2019, Shibuya has appeared in over 100 productions including movies, TV dramas and stage works in Japan, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and the U.S, gaining a great popularity in Asian areas especially in Chinese-speaking areas. In addition to acting, he has been a Japanese classical dancer and songwriter for over 20 years. Shibuya has also volunteered in international cultural exchange activities for over 25 years. He taught Japanese in high schools as a volunteer in Eugene, OR. Shibuya also founded Japan-China cultural exchange promotion, a Tokyo-based nonprofit organization aiming to promote cultural exchange between Japan and China in 2009. He serves the general director of this organization since the beginning.
  • Tenma Shibuya (渋谷 天馬, Shibuya Tenma, born January 13, 1969) is a Japanese actor, classical dancer, and cultural exchange activist. He began his career as an actor in 1993 after returning from the United States, where he attended college. He made appearances in a number of films, stage productions, and television dramas in his early acting career in Japan.In 1998, he joined the play "Romio and Juliet" (director: Yukio Ninagawa), In 2002, a film, "Agitator (director: Takashi Miike)", in 2004, CG animation movie, " Appleseed (director: Shinji Aramaki music: Ryuichi Sakamoto) "In 2006, Shibuya, aged 36, visited China for the first time, leading his jump into Chinese show business. Between 2008 and 2010, Shibuya starred in a number of productions across media, including Hong Kong film Ip Man.as well as the Chinese productions The Flowers of War and . He also appeared in Taiwanese film Kano, Russian drama Sorge, and 2018 multinational production Air Strike(cast:Bruce Willis , Adrien Brody , Rumer Willis). In addition to acting, he has been a Japanese classical dancer and songwriter for more than twenty years. Shibuya has also volunteered in international cultural exchange activities for over 25 years, and taught Japanese in high schools as a volunteer in Eugene, Oregon. Shibuya also founded Japan-China cultural exchange promotion, a Tokyo-based nonprofit organization aiming to promote cultural exchange between Japan and China. He has served as general director of this organization since its launch in 2009. Tenma Shibuya (family name: Shibuya, first name: Tenma, Japanese name: 渋谷 天馬,English name: Shibuya’ Tenma, Chinese name: 澀谷天馬, born January 13, 1969) is a Japanese actor, film producer, Japanese classical dancer, and cultural exchange activist. He began his career as an actor in 1993 after returning from US, where he attended college. He made appearances in a number of films, stages, and TV dramas in his early acting career in Japan. In 2006, Shibuya, aged 36, visited China for the first time, leading his jump into Chinese show business. In 2008, Shibuya played Colonel Sato, an impressive villain in Ip Man, a Hong Kong kung-fu movie that won the best film award of 28th Hong Kong Film Awards. He starred in the top-rated Chinese TV drama in 2011, Borrow Gun, in which Shibuya successfully portrayed Kato, a character that won him an overnight fame in all of China, and in this year he also joined “The Flowers of War (director: Zhang Yimou, cast: Christian Bale ) .” He appeared in the 2014 No. 1 movie "KANO" in the Taiwanese film box-office income history. In 2017, appeared in the Russian national television drama "Sorge." In 2018, China, the United States, Korea three-country joint film "Air Strike: 大轟炸 ”(Art Director: Mel Gibson, Cast: Bruce Willis, Liu Ye, Adrien Brody, Song Seung-Heon etc.) Plays the role of the Zero Fighter pilot as the only Japanese main cast in the play.In 2019,he appeared in Saturday Fiction(cast: Gong Li, director:Lou Ye) Up until 2019, Shibuya has appeared in over 100 productions including movies, TV dramas and stage works in Japan, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and the U.S, gaining a great popularity in Asian areas especially in Chinese-speaking areas. In addition to acting, he has been a Japanese classical dancer and songwriter for over 20 years. Shibuya has also volunteered in international cultural exchange activities for over 25 years. He taught Japanese in high schools as a volunteer in Eugene, OR. Shibuya also founded Japan-China cultural exchange promotion, a Tokyo-based nonprofit organization aiming to promote cultural exchange between Japan and China in 2009. He serves the general director of this organization since the beginning.
  • Tenma Shibuya (渋谷 天馬, Shibuya Tenma, born January 13, 1969) is a Japanese actor, classical dancer, and cultural exchange activist. He began his career as an actor in 1993 after returning from the United States, where he attended college. He made appearances in a number of films, stage productions, and television dramas in his early acting career in Japan.In 1998, he joined the play "Romio and Juliet" (director: Yukio Ninagawa), In 2002, a film, "Agitator (director: Takashi Miike)", in 2004, CG animation movie, " Appleseed (director: Shinji Aramaki music: Ryuichi Sakamoto) "In 2006, Shibuya, aged 36, visited China for the first time, leading his jump into Chinese show business. Between 2008 and 2010, Shibuya starred in a number of productions across media, including Hong Kong film Ip Man(cast: Donnie Yen).as well as the Chinese productions The Flowers of War and . He also appeared in Taiwanese film Kano, Russian drama Sorge, and 2018 multinational production Air Strike(cast:Bruce Willis , Adrien Brody , Rumer Willis). In addition to acting, he has been a Japanese classical dancer and songwriter for more than twenty years. Shibuya has also volunteered in international cultural exchange activities for over 25 years, and taught Japanese in high schools as a volunteer in Eugene, Oregon. Shibuya also founded Japan-China cultural exchange promotion, a Tokyo-based nonprofit organization aiming to promote cultural exchange between Japan and China. He has served as general director of this organization since its launch in 2009. Tenma Shibuya (family name: Shibuya, first name: Tenma, Japanese name: 渋谷 天馬,English name: Shibuya’ Tenma, Chinese name: 澀谷天馬, born January 13, 1969) is a Japanese actor, film producer, Japanese classical dancer, and cultural exchange activist. He began his career as an actor in 1993 after returning from US, where he attended college. He made appearances in a number of films, stages, and TV dramas in his early acting career in Japan. In 2006, Shibuya, aged 36, visited China for the first time, leading his jump into Chinese show business. In 2008, Shibuya played Colonel Sato, an impressive villain in Ip Man, a Hong Kong kung-fu movie that won the best film award of 28th Hong Kong Film Awards. He starred in the top-rated Chinese TV drama in 2011, Borrow Gun, in which Shibuya successfully portrayed Kato, a character that won him an overnight fame in all of China, and in this year he also joined “The Flowers of War (director: Zhang Yimou, cast: Christian Bale ) .” He appeared in the 2014 No. 1 movie "KANO" in the Taiwanese film box-office income history. In 2017, appeared in the Russian national television drama "Sorge." In 2018, China, the United States, Korea three-country joint film "Air Strike: 大轟炸 ”(Art Director: Mel Gibson, Cast: Bruce Willis, Liu Ye, Adrien Brody, Song Seung-Heon etc.) Plays the role of the Zero Fighter pilot as the only Japanese main cast in the play.In 2019,he appeared in Saturday Fiction(cast: Gong Li, director:Lou Ye) Up until 2019, Shibuya has appeared in over 100 productions including movies, TV dramas and stage works in Japan, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and the U.S, gaining a great popularity in Asian areas especially in Chinese-speaking areas. In addition to acting, he has been a Japanese classical dancer and songwriter for over 20 years. Shibuya has also volunteered in international cultural exchange activities for over 25 years. He taught Japanese in high schools as a volunteer in Eugene, OR. Shibuya also founded Japan-China cultural exchange promotion, a Tokyo-based nonprofit organization aiming to promote cultural exchange between Japan and China in 2009. He serves the general director of this organization since the beginning.
  • Tenma Shibuya (渋谷 天馬, Shibuya Tenma, born January 13, 1969) is a Japanese actor, classical dancer, and cultural exchange activist. He began his career as an actor in 1993 after returning from the United States, where he attended college. He made appearances in a number of films, stage productions, and television dramas in his early acting career in Japan.In 1998, he joined the play "Romio and Juliet" (director: Yukio Ninagawa), In 2002, a film, "Agitator (director: Takashi Miike)", in 2004, CG animation movie, " Appleseed (director: Shinji Aramaki music: Ryuichi Sakamoto) "In 2006, Shibuya, aged 36, visited China for the first time, leading his jump into Chinese show business. Between 2008 and 2010, Shibuya starred in a number of productions across media, including Hong Kong film Ip Man(cast: Donnie Yen).as well as the Chinese productions The Flowers of War and Borrow Gun(借枪). He also appeared in Taiwanese film Kano, Russian drama Sorge, and 2018 multinational production Air Strike(cast:Bruce Willis , Adrien Brody , Rumer Willis). In addition to acting, he has been a Japanese classical dancer and songwriter for more than twenty years. Shibuya has also volunteered in international cultural exchange activities for over 25 years, and taught Japanese in high schools as a volunteer in Eugene, Oregon. Shibuya also founded Japan-China cultural exchange promotion, a Tokyo-based nonprofit organization aiming to promote cultural exchange between Japan and China. He has served as general director of this organization since its launch in 2009. Tenma Shibuya (family name: Shibuya, first name: Tenma, Japanese name: 渋谷 天馬,English name: Shibuya’ Tenma, Chinese name: 澀谷天馬, born January 13, 1969) is a Japanese actor, film producer, Japanese classical dancer, and cultural exchange activist. He began his career as an actor in 1993 after returning from US, where he attended college. He made appearances in a number of films, stages, and TV dramas in his early acting career in Japan. In 2006, Shibuya, aged 36, visited China for the first time, leading his jump into Chinese show business. In 2008, Shibuya played Colonel Sato, an impressive villain in Ip Man, a Hong Kong kung-fu movie that won the best film award of 28th Hong Kong Film Awards. He starred in the top-rated Chinese TV drama in 2011, Borrow Gun, in which Shibuya successfully portrayed Kato, a character that won him an overnight fame in all of China, and in this year he also joined “The Flowers of War (director: Zhang Yimou, cast: Christian Bale ) .” He appeared in the 2014 No. 1 movie "KANO" in the Taiwanese film box-office income history. In 2017, appeared in the Russian national television drama "Sorge." In 2018, China, the United States, Korea three-country joint film "Air Strike: 大轟炸 ”(Art Director: Mel Gibson, Cast: Bruce Willis, Liu Ye, Adrien Brody, Song Seung-Heon etc.) Plays the role of the Zero Fighter pilot as the only Japanese main cast in the play.In 2019,he appeared in Saturday Fiction(cast: Gong Li, director:Lou Ye) Up until 2019, Shibuya has appeared in over 100 productions including movies, TV dramas and stage works in Japan, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and the U.S, gaining a great popularity in Asian areas especially in Chinese-speaking areas. In addition to acting, he has been a Japanese classical dancer and songwriter for over 20 years. Shibuya has also volunteered in international cultural exchange activities for over 25 years. He taught Japanese in high schools as a volunteer in Eugene, OR. Shibuya also founded Japan-China cultural exchange promotion, a Tokyo-based nonprofit organization aiming to promote cultural exchange between Japan and China in 2009. He serves the general director of this organization since the beginning.
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