Given name: 伸一Family name: 鈴木
Birthday: Dec 4, 1933Website:
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Suzuki Shinichi, born December 4, 1933, is a supervisor, director and mangaka from Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan.
He lived with the manga artists of the legendary Tokiwa-So before starting his career as an animator at Otogi Pro. He was one of the founders of Studio Zero along with Fujio Akatsuka and Shotaro Ishinomori, a short-lived studio that nonetheless created shows like Rainbow Sentai Robin and nurtured animators like Keiichiro Kimura (木村圭市郎). He took part in at least the last Animation Festival with the short Dot (点), and went on to take part in films like Space Firebird 2772 and Legend of the Forest and Yuki before focusing on educational films.
While his most active time was in the 60s-80s he has been making short stints in the recent decade as well. In 2001 he worked on NHK's claymation series Chikkun Takku (チックン・タック) and in 2003 he provided a warm and memorable short to Kawamoto Kihachirou's Winter Days.
He is also the director of Suginami Animation Museum.
Note: Not to be confused with the Magic Bus animator Suzuki Shinichi (鈴木伸一) by the same name.
Note: And also not to be confused with animator, director and Anime Koubou Basara founder Suzuki Shinichi (鈴木信一) by a different kanji name.
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