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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (April 2010) Gincho Wataridori Poster Directed by Kazuhiko Yamaguchi Written by Kazuhiko Yamaguchi Isao Matsumoto Starring Meiko Kaji Junzaburo Ban Music by Toshiaki Tsushima Distributed by Toei Release date(s) 1972 2009 Running time 86 min Country Japan Language Japanese Followed by Gincho Nagaremono: Mesuneko Bakuchi Gincho Wataridori (English title: Wandering Ginza Butterfly) is a 1972 film directed by Kazuhiko Yamaguchi, and co-written with Isao Matsumoto. The movie stars Meiko Kaji and Tsunehiko Watase. The movie was followed with a 1972 sequel entitled, Gincho Nagaremono: Mesuneko Bakuchi. Plot Nami, a Bōsōzoku leader, kills an high ranking member of a yakuza organization, due to a turf war and is sent to prison. After serving three years, she finds a home living with her uncle at a pool hall. After meeting a pimp named Ryuji, she acquires a job as a hostess in Ginza, where she soon becomes very popular. However, her criminal past is not easily left behind. Further complicating matters is a local yakuza named Owada, who attempts to take control of the bar and kills Ryuji's sworn brother. Defending her uncle's business and seeking revenge, Nami goes after Owada. Cast Meiko Kaji Tsunehiko Watase Akiko Koyama Koji Nanbara Tatsuo Umemiya References v • d • e Gincho series Films Gincho Wataridori • Gincho Nagaremono: Mesuneko Bakuchi