Morio Asaka

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Morio Asaka
Born (1967-03-11) March 11, 1967 (age 52)
OccupationDirector, Storyboard Artist, Animator
Years active1987-present
Known forCardcaptor Sakura,
Gunslinger Girl,
My Love Story!!

Morio Asaka (浅香 守生, Asaka Morio, born March 11, 1967) is a Japanese anime director.

A graduate of the Osaka Designers' College,[1] he is a member of the studio Madhouse. His noted works include, among others, Cardcaptor Sakura (his directorial anime television series debut), Chobits, Gunslinger Girl, Nana, Chihayafuru, and My Love Story!!


Anime television series[edit]

Television specials[edit]

Anime films[edit]


  • Junk Boy (1987; assistant director)
  • Pops (1993; director)
  • Ningyo no Kizu (1993; director)
  • BRONZE KoJI NANJo cathexis (1994; director)
  • Clamp in Wonderland (1994; director, storyboards)
  • Yōgen Kaisha (1994–1995; director)
  • Birdy the Mighty (1996–1997; storyboards, episode direction)

Other works[edit]

  • Attack! Future's Challenge! J League (1996; artbook)
Tankōbon: Shiobunsha, art: Akihiko Tanaka, ISBN 4-8113-0299-0
  • Noel (1996; game, storyboards)
PlayStation game.
  • Ryūjin Numa (2001; storyboards)
Special anime museum screening by Shotaro Ishinomori.
Limited-edition special DVD production included in Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children.


  1. ^ "大阪デザイナー専門学校". Osaka Designers' College. Retrieved 2008-01-20.

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