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Years active  1987-present
Name  Morio Asaka
Role  Animation Director

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Born  March 11, 1967 (age 54) Hyogo Prefecture
Occupation  Director, Storyboard Artist, Animator
Known for  Cardcaptor Sakura,Chobits,Gunslinger Girl,Last Order: Final Fantasy VII,Nana
Movies  Cardcaptor Sakura Movie 2, Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie, Last Order: Final Fantasy VII, Galaxy Angel: Chitose
Similar People  Nanase Ohkawa, Motoko Kumai, Sakura Tange, Aya Hisakawa, Junko Iwao

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Morio Asaka (浅香 守生, Asaka Morio, born March 11, 1967 in Hyōgo Prefecture) is a Japanese anime director working for Madhouse.

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A graduate of the Osaka Designers' College, he is a member of the studio Madhouse. His noted works include, among others, Cardcaptor Sakura (his directorial anime television series debut), Galaxy Angel, Gunslinger Girl, Last Order: Final Fantasy VII, Nana and Chihayafuru.

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Anime television series

  • Jungle Taitei (1989–1990; storyboards, episode direction)
  • Yawara! (1989–1992; storyboards, episode direction)
  • Kaze no Naka no Shōjo Kinpatsu no Jenny (1992–1993; storyboards)
  • Azuki-chan (1995–1998; storyboards, episode direction)
  • Cardcaptor Sakura (1998–2000; director, storyboards, episode direction)
  • Galaxy Angel (2001; director, storyboards, episode direction)
  • Galaxy Angel Z (2002; director, storyboards, episode direction)
  • Chobits (2002; director, storyboards, episode direction)
  • Galaxy Angel AA (2003; storyboards, episode direction)
  • Gunslinger Girl (2003–2004; director, storyboards)
  • Monster (2004–2005; storyboards, episode direction)
  • Rozen Maiden (2004; storyboards, episode direction of OP theme sequence)
  • Nana (2006–2007; director, storyboards, episode direction)
  • Black Lagoon (2006; storyboards)
  • Devil May Cry: The Animated Series (2007; ending storyboards)
  • Claymore (2007; storyboards)
  • Aoi Bungaku (No Longer Human: episode 1-4) (2009; director, storyboards)
  • Chihayafuru (2011-2012; director, storyboards, episode direction)
  • My Love Story!! (2015; director)
  • Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card (2018; director)
  • Television specials

  • Yawara! Special: Zutto Kimi no Koto ga (July 19, 1996; director, storyboards)
  • Anime films

  • Yawara! Soreyuke Koshenuke Kiss!! (August 1, 1992; storyboards, episode direction)
  • Kattobase! Dorīmāzu - Kāpu Tanjō Monogatari (January 22, 1994; storyboards, episode direction)
  • Anne no Nikki (Anne's Diary) (August 19, 1995; storyboards, episode direction coordination)
  • X (1996 film) (August 3, 1996; assistant director, coordination)
  • Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie (August 8, 1999; director, storyboards)
  • Cardcaptor Sakura Movie 2: The Sealed Card (July 15, 2000; director, storyboards)
  • Leave It To Kero! Movie (July 15, 2000; composition)
  • OVA

  • Junk Boy (1987; assistant director)
  • Pops (1993; director)
  • Ningyo no Kizu (1993; director)
  • BRONZE KoJI NANJo cathexis (1994; director)
  • Clamp in Wonderland (1994; director, storyboards)
  • Yōgen Kaisha (1994–1995; director)
  • Birdy the Mighty (1996–1997; storyboards, episode direction)
  • Other works

  • Attack! Future's Challenge! J League (1996; artbook)
  • Tankōbon: Shiobunsha, art: Akihiko Tanaka, ISBN 4-8113-0299-0
  • Noel (1996; game, storyboards)
  • PlayStation game.
  • Ryūjin Numa (2001; storyboards)
  • Special anime museum screening by Shotaro Ishinomori.
  • Last Order: Final Fantasy VII (2005; director, storyboards)
  • Limited-edition special DVD production included in Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children.

    References

    Morio Asaka Wikipedia


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