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Shoji Yonemura (米村 正二 Yonemura Shōji?) is a Japanese writer who has done work for various anime and tokusatsu television shows and films. He is originally from Fukuoka Prefecture, Kyushu Island, Japan.
Mainly, Yonemura works on screenplays for anime. After having graduated from Tokyo Zokei University, he worked as a freelance writer in Arakawa[disambiguation needed] and would attend various film festivals. Then, he studied with Kanji Kashiwabara and proceeded to win the Otomo Shoji Award seven times and became a screenwriter.
- Berserk (TV) : Script
- Figure 17 (manga) : Original screenplay
- Figure 17 (TV) : Screenplay
- Garasu no Kantai (TV) : Series composition
- Guin Saga (TV) : Screenplay
- Lupin III: Episode 0 'First Contact' (special) : Writer
- Lupin III: The Pursuit of Harimao's Treasure (special) : Writer
- Lupin III: Walther P-38 (special) : Writer
- Monster Rancher (TV) : Series Writer
- Mt. Head (movie) : Script
- Mujin Wakusei Survive (TV) : Script
- Otogi-Jushi Akazukin (OAV) : Screenplay
- Otogi-Jushi Akazukin (TV) : Screenplay
- Pokémon (TV) : Script
- Pokémon Advance (TV) : Script
- Sh15uya (live-action TV) : Series Writer
- Smile PreCure! : Series Main Writer
- The Adventures of Mini-Goddess (TV) : Series Main Writer
- Kamen Rider Hibiki (live-action TV) : script for 2 episodes
- Kamen Rider Kabuto (live-action TV) : Series Main Writer
- Kamen Rider Den-O (live-action TV) : script for 4 episodes
- Kamen Rider Kiva (live-action TV) : script for 2 episodes
- Kamen Rider Decade (live-action TV) : Series Main Writer (starting with episode 26)
- Kamen Rider OOO (live-action TV) : script for 4 episodes
- Cutie Honey the LIVE
- "Thriller Restaurant Anime's Preview Video Streamed (Updated)". Anime News Network. 1 October 2009. Retrieved 13 January 2011.
- "ON AIR | GUIN SAGA - グイン・サーガ" (in Japanese). Guin Saga. Retrieved 2011-06-20.
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