Kyoto (1963)

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Two twin girls are separated at birth. One grows up in a loving family. The other one doesn't. They finally meet by complete accident on a town fair. No one ever told them about the other one so they begin familiarizing with each other.

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23 February 2002 | samyanari
| Gentle story of twins separated at birth
A beautiful girl, treated as an only child by considerate adoptive parents, is shocked to meet her identical twin at a fair. She learns that she and her twin sister were separated immediately after birth because of superstitions. Her twin had an unhappy upbringing. An earnest suitor is confused as to which of the two he should pursue.

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Release Date:

March 1964



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Filming Locations

Kyoto, Japan

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