Reiko Yoshida

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Reiko Yoshida
Native name
吉田 玲子
OccupationScreenwriter
NationalityJapan

Reiko Yoshida (吉田 玲子, Yoshida Reiko, born December 31, 1967) is a Japanese screenwriter. She has written and supervised numerous screenplays for anime series, live-action dramas and films. Her major works include Kaleido Star, Aria, Maria-sama ga Miteru, D.Gray-man, K-On!, Bakuman and Girls und Panzer. In more recent works, she has supervised the screenplays for Majestic Prince, Non Non Biyori, A Town Where You Live, Tamako Market, Yowamushi Pedal and Castle Town Dandelion. In films, she wrote the screenplay for The Cat Returns, the original films that would make up Digimon: The Movie, Kyoto Animation’s hit anime film A Silent Voice, and the film adaptations of Osamu Tezuka's Buddha, the second film of which was given a stamp of approval by the Dalai Lama.[1] She wrote the story for the manga series Tokyo Mew Mew along with illustrator Mia Ikumi. Among her works, she was recognized for Best Screenplay/Original Work for Girls und Panzer at the Tokyo Anime Award Festival in 2014,[2] and she won another Best Screenplay/Original Work award in 2017.[3] In 2018, she wrote the screenplay for Violet Evergarden which aired on TV in Japan and is licensed by Netflix.[4]

Works[edit]

Anime[edit]

List of production work in anime
Year Title Crew role Notes Source[5]
1995–96 Virtua Fighter Script
1996–97 Mizuiro Jidai Script [6]
1996–97 Boys Over Flowers Script [6]
1997–99 Yume no Crayon Oukoku Script
1997–98 Fortune Quest L Script [6]
1999 Digimon Adventure Screenplay short film, part 1 of 3 of Digimon: The Movie
1999–00 Kaikan Phrase Script [6]
1999 Saiyuki Script supervisor OVA
2000 Digimon Adventure: Our War Game! Screenplay short film, part 2 of 3 of Digimon: the Movie
2000 Digimon Hurricane Landing!! / Transcendent Evolution!! The Golden Digimentals Screenplay film, part 3 of 3 of Digimon: the Movie
2000 Ojarumaru the Movie: The Promised Summer - Ojaru and Semira Screenplay short film
2000 Street Fighter Alpha: The Animation Screenplay OVA film
2001 Digimon Adventure 02: Revenge of Diaboromon Screenplay short film
2001 Angelic Layer Script Episodic[a] [6]
2001–03 Kasumin Script supervisor 3 seasons [6]
2001 Rurouni Kenshin: Reflection Screenplay OVA
2002 Jing: King of Bandits Script supervisor [6]
2002 The Cat Returns Screenplay film [6]
2002–03 Getbackers Script [6]
2003 Digi-giri Pop! Script [6][7]
2003–04 Kaleido Star Script supervisor TV series (2 seasons) and 2 OVAs (2004, 2006) [6]
2003 Scrapped Princess Script supervisor [6][7]
2003 Gad Guard Script [6]
2003–04 Popolocrois Script supervisor
2004 Maria-sama ga Miteru Script supervisor TV series 1st season only
2004 Jing: King of Bandits in Seventh Heaven Screenplay OVA series
2004–05 Miracle! Panzo
ja:みらくる! ぱんぞう
Script supervisor
2004 Maria-sama ga Miteru: Printemps Script
2004–05 School Rumble Script Episodic[a]
2004 Genshiken Script Episodic[a] [6]
2005 Emma: A Victorian Romance Script Episodic[a] [6]
2005–06 Mushiking: The King of Beetles Script supervisor
2005–06 Sugar Sugar Rune Script supervisor
2005–06 Canvas 2: Niji Iro no Sketch Script supervisor
2005 Aria the Animation Script Episodic[a] [6]
2005 Kaleido Star: Legend of Phoenix Script supervisor TV film
2006 Rec Script Supervisor [6]
2006 Ballad of a Shinigami Script supervisor [6]
2006–07 The Story of Saiunkoku Script supervisor [8]
2006 Jyu-Oh-Sei Script supervisor [6][8]
2006 God Family Script TV series, Eps. 6, 12 [6]
2006–07 La Corda d'Oro: Primo passo Script supervisor TV series [6]
2006–07 Ghost Hunt Script TV series [6]
2006–08 D.Gray-man Script supervisor TV series, 4 seasons [6]
2006–07 Maria-sama ga Miteru Script supervisor 3rd season OVA series
2007–08 Deltora Quest Script [6]
2007 Romeo × Juliet Script supervisor TV series [6]
2007 Mushi-Uta Script supervisor TV series [8]
2008 Our Home's Fox Deity Script supervisor [6]
2009 Maria-sama ga Miteru Script supervisor 4th season
2009 Kurokami: The Animation Script supervisor [6][8]
2009 La Corda d'Oro: Secondo Passo Script TV special
2009–11 K-On! Script supervisor [6][9]
2009 Tales of Vesperia: The First Strike Screenplay film [6]
2010 Chu-Bra!! Script supervisor [10]
2010 Nodame Cantabile Finale Script [6]
2010–13 Bakuman Script supervisor TV series (3 seasons) [6][11][12][13][14]
2010 Tamayura Script OVA series [6]
2011 Adult Women's Anime Time (Otona Joshi no Anime Time) Script TV special [6][15]
2011 Buddha: The Great Departure Screenplay film [6][16]
2011 Mayo Chiki! Script supervisor TV series [10]
2011 Tamayura: Hitotose Script TV series [citation needed]
2011–12 Kimi to Boku Script supervisor 2 seasons [17][14]
2011 K-On! The Movie! Screenplay [18]
2012–13 Saint Seiya Omega Script supervisor [19]
2012–13 Girls und Panzer Script supervisor Tokyo Anime Award Festival, Best Screenplay/Original Work, 2014 [6][20][2]
2012 Student Council's Discretion Lv. 2 Script supervisor ONA series and OVA (2013) [6][21][22]
2012 Blue Exorcist: The Movie Screenplay film [6][23]
2013 Mangirl! Script supervisor [6]
2013 Tamako Market Script supervisor TV series [6][24]
2013 Adult Women's Anime Time (Otona Joshi no Anime Time) Script 2nd TV series, Ep. "Jinsei Besutoten"
2013 Majestic Prince Script supervisor TV series, Nominated – 3rd Newtype Anime Awards, Script. Also TV special and film (2016) [25]
2013 A Town Where You Live Script supervisor TV series and OVA (2014) [6][26]
2013–15 Yowamushi Pedal Script supervisor OVA, TV series (2 seasons), and 2 films [27]
2013 Non Non Biyori Script supervisor Also Repeat (2015), Vacation (2018), and Nonstop (2021) [28][29][30]
2014 Witch Craft Works Script also OVA (2015) [31]
2014 The Pilot's Love Song Script
2014 Buddha 2: Tezuka Osamu no Buddha - Owarinaki Tabi Screenplay film [32][33]
2014 Tamako Love Story Screenplay film [34][35]
2014 Girls und Panzer: This is the Real Anzio Battle! Script supervisor OVA
2014 Hanayamata Script supervisor and Script TV series [36]
2015 Castle Town Dandelion Script supervisor TV series [37][38][39]
2015 Yowamushi Pedal: The Movie Screenplay film [40]
2015–16 Aria the Avvenire Script OVA series [41][42]
2016 Haruchika Script supervisor TV series [43][44][45]
2016 High School Fleet Script supervisor TV series [46]
2016 A Silent Voice Screenplay film [47]
2018 Liz and the Blue Bird Screenplay film, part of the Sound! Euphonium series [48]
2020 Arte Script supervisor TV series [49]
2021 Hula Fulla Dance Script supervisor film [50]

Live-action[edit]

List of production work in live-action television shows, videos and films
Year Title Crew role Notes Source
1999 Bunny Knights Script [51]
2000 Office Lady's Beauty Battle (ja:OLヴィジュアル系, OL Vuuijuaru-kei) Script [52]
2001 Dreams of Romance Script [53]
2001 Parfum de la Jelouise (ja:嫉妬の香り, Shittonokaori, Also Scent of Jealousy) Script [54][52]
2002 Transparent Script [55]
2002 Satorare (ja:サトラレ) Script [52]
2007 Time Limit Investigator 2 (帰ってきた時効警察, Kaettekita Jikookeisatsu) Script [52]
2013 Shiromajo Gakuen Screenplay [56][52]
2015 Innocent Lilies: The End and the Beginning (白魔女学園 オワリトハジマリ, Shiromajo Gakuen Owaritohajimari) Screenplay sequel [52]

Manga[edit]

Title Year Notes Refs
Kirameki no meikyu (きらめきの迷宮, Labyrinth of Sparkle) 1998 Original story. Illustrated by Kuni Arisaka
Published by Judy Comics for 3 volumes
[57]
Ai no hate ni (愛の果てに, The Ends of the Love) 1999 Original story. Illustrated by Kuni Arisaka
Published by Judy Comics for 4 volumes
[58]
Tokyo Mew Mew 2000–03 Writer. Illustrated by Mia Ikumi.
Serialized in Nakayoshi magazine
Published by Kodansha for 7 volumes
[59][60]
Romeo × Juliet 2007–09 Writer. Illustrated by Hiroki Harada.
Serialized in Monthly Asuka magazine
Published by Kadokawa Shoten for 2 volumes

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Yoshida was one of several scriptwriters who rotated episode writing duties for the TV series

References[edit]

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