Shiho Fujimura was born in Kanagawa, Japan on January 3rd 1939. Throughout most of her career, she usually appeared in "Jidaigeki" dramas. She started her career in 1962 by debuting in The Outcast (1962) directed by Kon Ichikawa and Kiru (1962) directed by Kenji Kisumi and both starring Ichikawa Raizo. Again, she appeared with Ichikawa Raizo in some of "Shinobi no Mono" (Ninja Story) film series (1962 - 1966) and "Nemuri Kyoshiro" (Sleepy Eyes of Death) film series (1962 - 1969).
Other well-known works on film include: Zatoichi on the Road (1963), Boss Takeshi (1965), The Betrayal (1966), Zatoichi's Cane Sword (1967), Prison Break (1969), The Falcon Fighters (1969), Doctor's Wish (2014) and others. Since early 2010s she often worked on television.