Nishimura, Junji

Nishimura, Junji

Given name: 純二
Family name: 西村
Birthday: Dec 23, 1955
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Junji Nishimura is a Japanese animation director, producer, and scriptwriter (as 西村ジュンジ) from Yobuko, Saga, Japan, though he currently resides in Karatsu, Saga.

After graduating from Meiji Gakuin University in 1980, Nishimura entered into the anime studio Nishiko Production. Nishimura had his first job as a producer for Baldios in 1980, and went on to be in charge of production in other series such as Six God Combination Godmars, and Magical Princess Minky Momo in 1982. In 1984, he resigned from Nishiko and in 1985 had his director debut with Pro Golfer Saru. Since then, he has worked as the director on many anime produced by Studio Deen.
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Baku Tech! Bakugan Gachi
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Bakuon!!
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D-1 Devastator
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Dog Days'
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Dog Days''
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Dr. Typhoon
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Dr. Typhoon
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Fuujin Monogatari
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Fuujin Monogatari
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Fuujin Monogatari
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Fuujin Monogatari
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Glasslip
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Glasslip
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Hamelin no Violin Hiki
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Kishin Douji Zenki
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Kishin Douji Zenki Gaiden: Anki Kitan
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Koitabi: True Tours Nanto
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Koitabi: True Tours Nanto
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Kyou kara Maou!
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Kyou kara Maou! 3rd Series
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Kyou kara Maou! R
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Lupin the Third: Mine Fujiko to Iu Onna
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Nurarihyon no Mago
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Nurarihyon no Mago
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OL Kaizou Kouza
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Pro Golfer Saru (1985)
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Pro Golfer Saru: Kouga Hikyou! Kage no Ninpou Golfer Sanjou!
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Pro Golfer Saru: Super Golf World e no Chousen!!
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Ranma ½
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Sagaken wo Meguru Animation
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Samurai Deeper Kyou
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Senkaiden Houshin Engi
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Shin Pro Golfer Saru
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Simoun
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Super Zugan
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Taiho Shichau zo (1996)
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Taiho Shichau zo Special
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Taiho Shichau zo The Movie
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True Tears
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True Tears
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True Tears
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True Tears
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Urusei Yatsura
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Urusei Yatsura
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Urusei Yatsura Movie 2: Beautiful Dreamer
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ViVid Strike!
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ezaya | Jul 21, 10:12 AM
Thanks for the Windy Tales.


DannyKazari | Jun 20, 6:38 PM
Bakuon was a standout gem in its genre and Glasslip is the exact opposite, how does this guy work? Lol


cwtgcheese | May 12, 7:53 AM
Windy Tales and True Tears go so well together despite being made 4 years apart. Genius.


WindBreaker | Apr 26, 6:08 PM
Now I know why the last two seasons of Dog Days are terrible


halibonga | Apr 22, 10:39 AM
So this is the guy who screwed up Nurarihyon season 1 and Glasslip, added him to my blacklist.


Josh | Mar 24, 7:02 PM
Windy Tales, one of the best. Everything else, one of the rest.


Reverberate | Mar 11, 3:37 AM
WHY GLASSLIP?


TripleSRank | Feb 17, 3:09 PM
I remember being a bit hyped for Glasslip since it was being directed by the mastermind behind True Tears.

Boy was that a rude awakening. What was he thinking?


amplified | Jan 13, 10:49 PM
True Tears and Glasslip are shit.


Jodyqt | Oct 13, 2015 9:35 AM
How do you go from the great shows that are Fuujin Monogatari and Simoun, to Glasslip?


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