Masaki Tsuji

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Masaki Tsuji (辻 真先, Tsuji Masaki, born March 23, 1932 in Nagoya) is a Japanese scenario writer of TV series (including many anime works) and films as well as mystery fiction novels.[1] Tsuji was most active in the business from the 1960s through the 1980s, and worked as a script writer on many popular anime television series for Mushi Production, Toei Animation, and Tokyo Movie Shinsha. He is well known for his association with the animated adaptations of the works of Osamu Tezuka and Go Nagai.

In April 2007, Tsuji headed Japan's first international anime research lab as part of Digital Hollywood University.[2] On December 4, 2007, Tsuji was given a lifetime achievement award at the 11th Japan Media Arts Festival.[3] On September 24, 2008, Tsuji won a Special Award in the 13th Animation Kobe for his writing work.[1][4]

Filmography[edit]

List of production work in anime
Year Title Crew role Notes Source[5]
1963–66 Astro Boy Writer
1963–64 8 Man Writer
1965–66 Super Jetter Writer
1965–67 Space Boy Soran Writer
1965–69 Obake no Q-tarō Writer
1965–67 Kimba the White Lion Writer Also ending theme
1966–67 Leo the Lion Writer Also ending theme
1966 Marine Boy Writer
1966–68 Sally the Witch Writer
1967–68 Perman Writer
1967–68 Princess Knight Writer
1967 ja:冒険ガボテン島 Writer
1967–68 ja:冒険少年シャダー Writer
1968 ja:おかしなおかしな星の国 Writer Film
1968–72 GeGeGe no Kitarō series Writer TV series 1, 2
1968–68 すばらしい世界旅行 ニューヨークの旅 “コンピュートピア 西暦2000年の物語” Writer
1968 ja:わんぱく探偵団 Writer
March 1968–71 Kyojin no Hoshi Writer Also film in 1969, 1970, 1982
1968 ja:アニマル1 Writer
1968 Cyborg 009 Writer
1968 Akane-chan Writer
1968–69 The Vampires Writer Drama
1969 Hakkutsu
ワンダー君の初夢宇宙旅行
Writer Also opening
1969–70 Himitsu no Akko-chan Writer
1969 Undersea Boy Marine Writer Rerun in 1971
1969–70 Mōretsu Atarō Writer
1969 ja:六法やぶれクン Writer
1969 Flying Phantom Ship Writer Film, Also ending
1969–71 Tiger Mask W Writer Also anime film
1969 Sazae-san Writer
1969–71 Attack No. 1 Writer
1970 ja:ばくはつ五郎 Writer
1970–71 Kick no Oni Writer
1970–71 Norakuro Writer
1970–71 Mahō no Mako-chan Writer
1971 ja:珍豪ムチャ兵衛 Writer
1971–72 Shin Obake no Q-tarō Writer
1971–72 Tensai Bakabon Writer
1971–72 Sarutobi Ecchan Writer
1971–72 Tensai Bakabon Writer
1972 Triton of the Sea Writer
1972 Mahōtsukai Chappy Writer Also film
1972 ja:アニメドキュメント ミュンヘンへの道 Writer
1972–73 Devilman Writer
1972 ja:魔犬ライナー0011変身せよ! Writer
1972–74 Dokonjō Gaeru Writer
1972–73 隆一まんが劇場 おんぶおばけ Writer
1973 Babel II Writer
1973 Doraemon Writer
1973 Microsuperman Writer
1973–74 Miracle Girl Limit-chan Writer
1973–74 Dororon Enma-kun Writer
1973–74 Cutie Honey Writer
1974–75 Majokko Megu-chan Writer
1974–75 Jim Button Writer
1975 ja:これがUFOだ!空飛ぶ円盤 Writer
1975–76 Brave Raideen Writer
1975–76 The Adventures of Pepero Writer
1975–82 Ikkyū-san series Writer Also films
1976 ja:マシンハヤブサ Writer
1976–77 Chōdenji Robo Combattler V series Writer Also films
1977 Jetter Mars Writer
1977–78 Barbapapa Writer
1977 ja:氷河戦士ガイスラッガー Writer
1977–78 Chōdenji Machine Voltes V Writer
1977–78 Arrow Emblem: Hawk of the Grand Prix Writer
1978–79 Majokko Tickle Writer
1978–79 Captain Future series Writer Also films
1979–80 Cyborg 009 2nd TV series
1979 Tōshō Daimos Writer film
1979–80 Mirai Robo Daltanious Writer
1979 Jean Valjean Monogatari
ja:ジャン・バルジャン物語
Writer
1979 Ganbare!! Tabuchi-kun!! Writer film
1980–81 Lalabel Writer
1980–81 Space Emperor God Sigma Writer
1980 Ganbare!! Tabuchi-kun!! 2: Gekitō Pennant Race Writer film
1980 Makoto-chan Writer film
1980–82 Ojamanga Yamada-kun Writer
1981 The Fantastic Adventures of Unico Writer
1981–86 Dr. Slump Writer
1981 21エモン 宇宙へいらっしゃい! Writer
1981 Natsu e no Tobira Writer film
1981 ja:ぼくらマンガ家 トキワ荘物語 Writer
1981–82 Honey Honey no Suteki na Bouken Writer
1982–83 Asari-chan Writer
1982 Andromeda Stories Writer
1982–84 ja:さすがの猿飛 Writer
1982–84 ja:フクちゃん Writer
1983 ひなまつりアニメファンタジー! 宇宙の果てまで冒険旅行 ロマンチック銀河ツアーへの御招待!! Composition film
1984 The Star of Cottonland Writer Film
1984 Giant Gorg Writer
1984 God Mazinger Writer
1984–85 Galactic Patrol Lensman Scenario
1988 Sekai meisaku dowa shirizu
世界名作童話シリーズ
Writer OVA
1994 Maps Writer
2015 Concrete Revolutio Writer Ep. 9 [6]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "TSUJI Masaki – Special Achievement Award – 2007 [11th]". Japan Media Arts Festival Archive. Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved March 5, 2017. 
  2. ^ "Japan's First Int'l Anime Research Lab Opens in April". animenewsnetwork.com. Retrieved 9 March 2017. 
  3. ^ "Coo, Gurren-Lagann, 'Kafka' Win Media Arts Awards". animenewsnetwork.com. Retrieved 9 March 2017. 
  4. ^ "Dennō Coil's Iso, Eva, Geass R2 Win Anime Kobe Awards". Anime News Network. 2008-09-24. Retrieved 2008-10-29. 
  5. ^ "アニメ / メディア芸術データベース – 辻真先" [Anime / Media Arts Database (search results) – Masaki Tsuji]. Media Arts Database (in Japanese). Japan: Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved March 8, 2017. 
  6. ^ "Gurren Lagann/Kill la Kill's Nakashima to Co-Write 2nd Concrete Revolutio Series". animenewsnetwork.com. Retrieved 9 March 2017. 

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