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In February 2011, a film was released in theaters with Mao, costarring known actor Yutaka Takenouchi, called Taiheiyou no kiseki ~Fox to yobareta otoko (Oba: Miracle in the Pacific), about World War II holdout Captain Sakae Oba. It was also revealed in late September 2010 that Inoue Mao would star in the film Youkame no Semi which was released in April 2011. But it is in Youkame no Semi that her excellent portrayal of a daughter with a difficult past earned her a few film awards, including her first "Best Starring Actress" Award in the 35th Japan Film Academy Awards. Inoue Mao was chosen to chair the Red team in the New Year's Eve Singing Contest "Kōhaku Uta Gassen 2011".This team became the first female-led Red team to win the "Kōuhaku Uta Gassen" in seven years.Inoue Mao started her career as an actress when she was five years old. The viewers took notice of her in the series Kids War which ran successfully from 1999 to 2003.In 2005, Mao took the lead role in the drama adaptation of the popular manga Hana Yori Dango, with Arashi member Matsumoto Jun, Shun Oguri, Shota Matsuda and Tsuyoshi Abe.Because of her incredible performance in Oba: Miracle in the Pacific, she was chosen to star in the comedy Tsuna Hiichatta!, Filming started June 2012 and released in December 2013.In April of the following year, My Darling is a Foreigner was released in theaters in with Inoue starring opposite Jonathan Sherr.
After the success of the two Hana Yori Dango dramas, a film was announced in August 2007, just months after the end of the 2007 sequel. It also became a phenomenal success, not only in Japan, but in many parts of Asia, bringing the name "10 billion yen actress" to Inoue Mao.Despite joining the show business at an early age, she also put priority to her school.In 2004, despite the rise of her popularity from the Kid's War series, she decided to put her acting on hold as she concentrated on graduating from University of Japan and enrolling at Meiji University.with Hayato Ichihara, Yūta Hiraoka, and Tasuku Emoto. In early 2007, Hana Yori Dango Returns aired and was better-received than the first season.
In the same year, Inoue co-starred in the drama First Kiss with Check It Out, Yo! Her outstanding performance from her past dramas landed her the lead role in the drama special Hanaikusa as a maiko-turned-geisha. I legit adore this story in both the manga (which I marathoned one weekend and need moar) and the dorama adaptation with fresh leads Hirano Sho, Sugisaka Hana, and Nakagawa Taisho.