Oniroku Dan

BirthDay:

01 Sep 1931

BirthPlace:

Hikone, Shiga, Japan

BirthName:

Yukihiko Kuroiwa

Bio:

Oniroku Dan was born on September 1, 1931 in Hikone, Shiga, Japan as Yukihiko Kuroiwa. He was a writer and actor, known for Yume dorei (1987), I Am an S+M Writer (2000) and Flower and Snake (2004). He died on May 6, 2011.
Filmography

Actor ( 2 credits )

Momoko fujin no boken (1979) Sakakibara
Twisted Sex (1971) Himself

Producer ( 1 credit )

Shiroi chibusa no senritsu (1970) planner

Writer ( 41 credits )

Flower & Snake: Zero (2014) (based on the novel by)
Captive Market (2012) (based on the novel by)
Slave Ship (2010) (novella "Dorei-bune")
Flower & Snake 3 (2010) (based on the novel by)
The Curse M (2009) (novel "Yôjo")
Passions of a Private Secretary (2008) (based on the novel by)
The Devil's Feast (2007) (novel "Oni no kaen")
Beni bara fujin (2006) (based on the novel by)
Flower & Snake II (2005) (novel)
Flower and Snake (2004) (novel "Hana to hebi")
I Am an S+M Writer (2000) (novel)
Rangyô kyôshitsu: Watashi no kao ni kakete! (1995) (screenwriter)
Misato Mari: Oshiego no me no mae de (1994) (screenplay)
Hana to hebi: kyûkyoku nawa chôkyô (1987) (novel)
Dan Oniroku: Hitozuma naburi (1987) (story)
Yume dorei (1987) (original story)
Yume dorei (1987) (screenplay)
Hana to hebi: hakui nawa dorei (1986) (novel)
Hana to hebi: jigoku-hen (1985) (novel)
Dan Oniroku nawazeme (1984) (novel)
Dan Oniroku: Shuudôjo nawa jigoku (1984) (story)
Beauty Rope Cosmetology (1983)
Dan Oniroku shoujo mokuba-zeme (1982) (novel)
Dan Oniroku kurokami nawa fujin (1982) (story)
Dan Oniroku onna hisho nawa chyokyo (1981) (story)
Dan Oniroku nawa to hada (1979) (novel)
Rope Cosmetology (1978) (story)
Nawa jigoku (1978) (novel)
Gensaku · Dan Oniroku: Kurobara fujin (1978) (novel)
Genso fujin ezu (1977) (story)
Fairy in a Cage (1977) (novel "Ori no naka no yôsei")
Newlywed Hell (1975) (story)
Flower and Snake (1974) (novel "Hana to hebi")
Hijirimen bakuto (1972) (story)
Hana to hebi yori: niku no shiiku (1968) (screenplay)
Akai niku (1967) (screenplay)
Yawahada shigure (1967) (screenplay)
Muchi to hada (1967) (screenplay)
Mukidô josei (1967) (screenplay)
Hizunda jôyoku (1967) (screenplay) (as Matsutarô Kuroiwa)
Wet Woman (1965) (as Matsujirô Kuroiwa)