Hiroyuki Morita

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Hiroyuki Morita
Born (1964-06-26) June 26, 1964 (age 55)
OccupationAnimator, Storyboard artist and Anime director
Years active1987–present

Hiroyuki Morita (森田 宏幸, Morita Hiroyuki, born June 26, 1964 in Fukuoka, Japan) is a Japanese animator and director. He has worked as an animator on projects such as Akira and Lupin III. He is best known for working as director on the Studio Ghibli film The Cat Returns as well as doing key animation for the Studio Ghibli production My Neighbors the Yamadas and in-between animation for Kiki's Delivery Service. He was also a sequence director and storyboard artist on Tenchi Forever!.

Morita also was the director of the anime Bokurano, which was based on a manga by Mohiro Kitoh.





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