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Hiroshi Fukutomi

Hiroshi Fukutomi (福冨 博 Fukutomi Hiroshi, former name 福富 博 (pronounced the same)) is an anime director born July 25, 1950 in Kōchi Prefecture, Japan. After leaving Tokyo Designer Gakuin in the middle of his studies, he joined A Production (then known as Shin'ei Dōga). In 1982, with some of the staff producing Kaibutsu-kun (including Yoshinobu Sanada, Toshiyuki Honda, and Makoto Moriwaki), Fukutomi founded Animal House (あにまる屋 Animaru-ya), now known as Studio Comet.

Projects as director

Listed alphabetically.

External links

  • (Japanese) Interview with Hiroshi Fukutomi and Toshiyuki Honda
  • Hiroshi Fukutomi at Anime News Network's encyclopedia

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