Nijirō Murakami is a Japanese actor and voice actor who debuted in 2014 portraying the main role of Kaito in the award-winning film Still the Water. He rose to fame for voicing Hiro Shishigami in the anime adaptation of the manga series Inuyashik, as a voice actor. His Instagram user name is, ‘njr_mk‘ where he has 907k followers, as of Dec 2022. Read more about, Nijiro Murakami Profile | Height, Net Worth, Movies, Ideal Type.
Nijiro Murakami Profile
Nijiro Murakami’s father name is, Jun Murakami and mother named, Ua, who is a singer. His parents divorced when he was nine years old and he grew up with his mother, stepfather, and three younger half-siblings.
During his preparatory school tenure, Murakami and his family relocating to Okinawa. Subsequently, he also spent a few years in Montreal, Canada furthering his education.
How Much Is The Net Worth Of Nijiro Murakami?
Nijiro Murakami’s net worth is $3 million – $4 million, as of 2022. He debuted in the television series Tenshi no Naifu, in 2015. He began in the live-action adaptation of the anime series Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day.
Nijiro Murakami Height & Weight
Nijiro Murakami height is 5 feet 6 inches tall (1.68 m). He weighs around 67 Kg. He has black eyes and has hair.
Nijiro Murakami Movies
- Rurouni Kenshin: The Beginning
- Last of the Wolves
- Soiree (2020)
- I Was A Secret Bitch
- They Say Nothing Stays the Same
- The Promised Land
- Lust in a Karaoke Box
- The Gun
- Amy Said (2017)
- Harunareya (2017)
- Mukoku (2017)
- Second Summer, Never See You Again
- Ganguro Gals Riot
- Natsumi’s Firefly
- Destruction Babies (2016)
- Sayonara (2015)
- Forget Me Not
- As the Gods Will
- Still the Water
Nijiro Murakami Ideal Type
Nijiro Murakami’s ideal type is someone who is active, humorous, open-minded and understanding. He likes girls with a good sense of humor and those who can appreciate food. He also enjoys talking to people who are passionate about their interests and hobbies.
Additionally, he prefers someone who has an independent spirit and isn’t afraid to take initiative in conversation or relationships.