Yukiko Horiguchi

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Yukiko Horiguchi
Native name
堀口 悠紀子
Born(1983-01-28)January 28, 1983
NationalityJapanese
Occupation
  • Illustrator
  • character designer

Yukiko Horiguchi (堀口 悠紀子, Horiguchi Yukiko, born 28 January 1983) is a Japanese animator and illustrator, who used to work for the anime studio Kyoto Animation. When illustrating a light novel, she uses pen name "Shiromizakana" (白身魚). She is best known as being the character designer for the anime adaptations of Lucky Star and K-On!, the anime original Tamako Market and for being the illustrator of the light novel Kokoro Connect.[1]

Works[edit]

Anime[edit]

  • Lucky Star (character design, chief animation director)
  • K-On! (character design, chief animation director)
  • Tamako Market (character design, chief animation director)
  • Ano Hi no Kanojo-tachi (character design, animation director, original character designer for Miu Takigawa)
  • Hello World (character design)

Light novel illustrations[edit]

  • Lucky Star Yuruyuru Days
  • Hayate no Gotoku! Nagi ga Tsukaima!? Yattoke Sekai Seifuku
  • Tobira no Soto
  • Zarathustra e no Kaidan
  • Ryokuma no Machi
  • Kokoro Connect
  • Akaoni wa Mō Nakanai
  • Buta wa Tondemo Tada no Buta?
  • Tamako Market
  • Aoi Haruno Subete (2014)

Others[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Japanese Animators & Illustrations". aninomiyako.wordpress.com. Retrieved 20 September 2013.

External links[edit]