Makoto Moriwaki

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Makoto Moriwaki
Born Hokkaidō, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Occupation anime director

Makoto Moriwaki (森脇真琴, Moriwaki Makoto) is an anime director born in Hokkaidō, Japan. In 1982, Moriwaki founded Animal House (あにまる屋, Animaru-ya) (now known as Ekura Animal (エクラアニマル, Ekura Animaru)) with Yoshinobu Sanada, Toshiyuki Honda, and Hiroshi Fukutomi). From the first Doraemon movie produced by Shin'ei Dōga until 1989, she was in charge of production for the movies. She then acted as assistant director for Nobita's Monstrous Underwater Castle and the Kaibutsu-kun movie Demon Sword.

Her favorite projects, however, are the Doraemon TV special Nobita's Pirate Hiking and Sasuga no Sarutobi.[1]


Listed alphabetically.

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  1. ^ See (in Japanese) Neoutopia interview with Makoto Moriwaki. Accessed June 19, 2006.

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