Kimiyoshi Yasuda

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Kimiyoshi Yasuda
Kimiyoshi Yasuda (left)
Born February 15, 1911
Tokyo, Japan
Died July 26, 1983
Occupation Director
First work The Million Ryo Pot (1935)
Notable work Daimajin (1966)
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Kimiyoshi Yasuda (安田 公義,   Yasuda Kimiyoshi) was a Japanese film director.

Yasuda began his career in 1935, working as an assistant director for Nikkatsu Kyoto Studio. He joined Daiei Kyoto Studio as a director in 1944. He was best known for period dramas, including entries in the Zatoichi and Nemuri Kyoshiro series.

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