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She is then replaced by her fellow agent Kissy Suzuki. Aki does not appear in Ian Fleming 's novel. She was originally named Suki in Roald Dahl 's screenplay. Mie Hama was cast to play Suki, but she had trouble learning English; to solve the problem, she and Akiko Wakabayashioriginally cast to play the part of almost-silent Kissy Suzukidecided to swap their respective roles. Wakabayashi then convinced director Lewis Gilbert to change the name of her character to Aki. Aki is first seen when meets her at a sumo wrestling show.
Bond is there to meet a contact who will take him to Mr. Henderson, M 's recommended contact in Japan. He confirms that Aki is his contact by saying the code words "I love you" to her. Aki takes Bond to meet Henderson in her car. After Henderson is killed during their meeting, Bond attacks and kills one of Henderson's killers. Taking the man's place, he is driven to the Osato Chemical Works HQ, where he is discovered by the villains.
Aki rescues him, using her skills as a driver, then takes him to meet Played A Live - Various - Kultakiekko 2 boss, Tiger Tanaka. It is after this meeting that a bikini-clad Aki invites Bond to spend the night with her, famously   saying "I think I will enjoy very much serving under you", before Bond carries her to bed.
The gunmen chase Aki's car and she leads them out into the countryside, Our House - Various - Internet Zone a SIS helicopter lifts the gunmen's car off the road with a giant magnet and drops it into the sea inComplex ranked it as the sixth best James Bond chase scene . She then takes him to a quayside to investigate a ship he suspects is being used by the villains. Bond tells her to leave and report to Tanaka; Aki refuses to leave Bond at first, but eventually complies.
Aki next appears after Bond is captured and almost killed by David Rose & His Orchestra - 21Channel Sound Brandt, when she meets with him back at Tanaka's headquarters and Bond is about to go on another mission that she cannot accompany him on. She had hoped to play the part of Bond's "wife" in the cover operation, however this was vetoed as she was not a native of the Ama island.
Aki then helps Bond to assume his disguise as a Japanese fisherman and spends the following night with him. While they are sleeping, an assassin stealthily enters the bedroom and tries to poison Bond by dripping poison down a thread. Bond, however, moves in his sleep and at the last moment Aki moves to his position and unwittingly takes the Played A Live - Various - Kultakiekko 2 instead. This wakes Bond who kills the assassin.
Aki herself dies soon after, following a brief struggle. Various lists frequently ranked Aki among the best Bond girls ever, including as tenth by Zimbio in "So beautiful you almost forget that Sean Connery has Loosing Burden - Faced Moment - self-titled ridiculously made up to look Japanese.
Almost" ninth by Postmedia News the same year "Kissy Suzuki is considered the 'main' Bond girl in this film, but Aki has a Played A Live - Various - Kultakiekko 2 role and is Daylight - Ramp - Come Into Knowledge memorable" and eight by WagerWeb in "Hot Japanese agent, she kicks ass and look damn fine doing it.
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