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2001 Ya Monogatari (OAV) : Background Art (Studio Uni)
Black Jack Final (OAV) : Art Supervision (ep 2)
Happy Lesson Advanced (TV) : Art Director, Background Art (Image Room Zero)
Lupin III: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine (TV) : Art Setting (ep 3)
Mameushi-kun (TV) : Art Director
Natsuyuki Rendezvous (TV) : Art Director, Art Setting
One Piece "3D2Y" Ace no Shi wo Koete! Luffy Nakama to no Chikai (special) : Art design
School Days (TV) : Art Director
Tsuideni Tonchinkan (TV) : Art Director
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