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Akiyuki Shinbo(新房 昭之,Shinbō Akiyuki?), born September 27, 1961 in Fukushima, Japan, is a Japanese animationdirector. Shinbo started his career as an animator in 1981 at Studio One Pattern. He then made his directorial debut with Metal Fighter Miku in 1994. He is most notable for his involvement in a number of Shaft works since 2004.