Best Rina Hidaka movies

Best Rina Hidaka movies
We present our ranking of the best Rina Hidaka movies. Do you love cinema? Or are you looking for a movie of your favorite actor to watch tonight? Surely you have some to see or that you did not know yet about Rina Hidaka.

TOP 5:

Sword Art Online: Extra Edition

Sword Art Online: Extra Edition
Original Title: ソードアート・オンライン Extra Edition
Rina Hidaka as: Silica
Genre: Action, Animation, Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Romance, Science Fiction
Release: 2013
Yui wants to see a whale so Kirito suggests a quest where she can meet them. However, it turns out that Leafa cannot swim so Asuna and the other female characters decide to train Suguha in a real-world pool in preparation for the aforementioned quest. Meanwhile, Kirito is called for an emergency counseling meeting at his new school. There he meets an elite member of the Virtual Division of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Kirito then tells him details about what really happened in Aincrad and in Alfheim.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Yoshitsugu Matsuoka movies?

TOP 4:

Tamako Love Story

Tamako Love Story
Original Title: たまこラブストーリー
Rina Hidaka as: Anko Kitashirakawa
Genre: Animation, Comedy, Romance
Release: 2014
Devoted to her family’s rice-cake–making business and the high school baton club, Tamako is a little slow when it comes to love. She’s oblivious to her childhood friend Mochizo’s affections, even though all their friends know. With graduation closing in and Mochizo leaving for Tokyo, will Tamako realise her feelings and tell him in time?

TOP 3:

Children Who Chase Lost Voices

Children Who Chase Lost Voices
Original Title: 星を追う子ども - Children who Chase Lost Voices from Deep Below
Rina Hidaka as: Mana (voice)
Genre: Adventure, Animation, Drama, Fantasy
Release: 2011
The film centers on Asuna, a young girl who spends her solitary days listening to the mysterious music emanating from the crystal radio she received from her late father as a memento. One day while walking home she is attacked by a fearsome monster and saved mysterious boy named Shun. However, Shun disappears and Asuna embarks on a journey of adventure to the land of Agartha with her teacher Mr. Morisaki to meet a Shun again. Through her journey she comes to know the cruelty and beauty of the world, as well as loss.

TOP 2:

Okko's Inn

Okko's Inn
Rina Hidaka as: Miyo Akino (Miyo-chan)
Genre: Animation
Release: 2018
12-year-old Oriko Seki, who lost her parents in a car accident, ended up living in her grandmother's Onsen Ryokan "Haru no Ya." With the ghost "Uribou" cohabitating with her and all the other odds, she ended up training to be a young female innkeeper. At first, she didn't like the training, but gradually felt her admiration for her title and began to train seriously. Thus, the growth of the young warrior Oriko begins.

TOP 1:

Sword Art Online: The Movie - Ordinal Scale

Sword Art Online: The Movie - Ordinal Scale
Original Title: 劇場版 ソードアート・オンライン -オーディナル・スケール-
Rina Hidaka as: Keiko Ayano / Silica (voice)
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Romance, Animation, Science Fiction
Release: 2017
In 2026, four years after the infamous Sword Art Online incident, a revolutionary new form of technology has emerged: the Augma, a device that utilizes an Augmented Reality system. Unlike the Virtual Reality of the NerveGear and the Amusphere, it is perfectly safe and allows players to use it while they are conscious, creating an instant hit on the market. The most popular application for the Augma is the game Ordinal Scale, which immerses players in a fantasy role-playing game with player rankings and rewards. Following the new craze, Kirito's friends dive into the game, and despite his reservations about the system, Kirito eventually joins them. While at first it appears to be just fun and games, they soon find out that the game is not all that it seems...
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Miyuki Sawashiro movies?

If you like the best Rina Hidaka movies, then you will also like the best Yoshitsugu Matsuoka movies, where many of their films coincide.