Naoki Yamamoto

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Naoki Yamamoto (山本 直樹 Yamamoto Naoki?) is a male Japanese manga artist. In his early years, he also used pen names Tō Moriyama (森山 塔 Moriyama Tō?) and Mori Tōyama (塔山 森 Tōyama Mori?) for his earlier adult-oriented works.[1] He was born in Matsumae District, Fukushima, Hokkaido

Bibliography[edit]

  • (1984) Hora Konna ni Akaku Natteru
  • (1986) Makasensasei!
  • (1986) Happa 64 (はっぱ64?)
  • (1987) Kiwamete Kamoshida
  • (1988) Gomen ne B-Boy
  • (1989) Asatte Dance (あさってDance?); English translation: Dance till Tomorrow (1999)
  • (1990) Blue
  • (1992) Bokura wa minna ikite iru
  • (1992) Young & Fine
  • (1992) Flakes (フレイクス?)
  • (1993) Yume de aimashou
  • (1993) Kamoshida-kun Fight!
  • (1994) Kimi to itsu made mo
  • (1994) Koke Dish
  • (1994) Summer Memories
  • (1994) Arigatō (ありがとう?)
  • (1997) Fragments
  • (1999) Believers (ビリーバーズ?)
  • (2000) Terebi Bakari Miteruto Baka ni Naru (テレビばかり見てると馬鹿になる?, Watching Fuckin' TV All Time Makes a Fool)
  • (2002) Anju no Chi
  • (2005) Aozora
  • (2007) Red, won the Japanese government's Japan Media Arts Festival manga award for 2010

(Manga works as Tou Moriyama not listed)

Contributed works[edit]

  • Angelium (OVA): Color Checking
  • Dark (OVA): Finishing Supervision
  • Hooligan (OVA) : Finishing
  • Sousei no Aquarion (TV) : Digital Paint (ep 6)

Under the name Tō Moriyama[edit]

  • Cream Lemon (くりいむレモン?) (OVA)
    • "Tō Moriyama Special I: Five Hour Venus"
    • "Tō Moriyama Special II: Afterschool XXX"
    • "Tō Moriyama Special III: Sō kamo Shinnai"
  • Body Jack Tanoshii Yūtai Ridatsu (ボディジャック 楽しい幽体離脱?) (OVA)

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