Masahiro Yokotani

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Masahiro Yokotani
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Occupation/Role Screenwriter
Birthday August 8, 1964
Birthplace Osaka Prefecture, Japan
First work Let's Go! Anpanman (TV 1996)
Notable work Sgt. Frog (TV 2004-2011)

Masahiro Yokotani (横谷昌宏,   Yokotani Masahiro) is a Japanese screenwriter. Yokotani has been active since 1996, primarily writing and handling series composition for anime series. Yokotani's first work on a live-action film came with the 2000 film Pyrokinesis directed by Shusuke Kaneko. Yokotani went on to co-write the screenplay for Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack with Kaneko and Keiichi Hasegawa the following year, and also wrote the screenplay for Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S. with Masaaki Tezuka in 2003. Since then, Yokotani has primarily stuck to working on anime, both series and films, but remains very active as a writer to this day.

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