Nobuhiko Ishii

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Nobuhiko Ishii
Nobuhiko Ishii in 2021
Born 1961
Tokyo, Japan[1]
Occupation Screenwriter, producer,
TOHO Visual Entertainment Packaging Group member
Notable work The Gransazers (TV 2003-2004)

Nobuhiko Ishii (石井 信彦,   Ishii Nobuhiko), also known by the pen name Hiroshi Ishii (石井 博士,   Ishii Hiroshi),[1] is a Japanese writer and producer. He wrote the latter two OVAs of the Get Going! Godzilland series (1996), episodes of the television series Guyferd (1996) and The Gransazers (2003-2004), the direct-to-video short film Go! Godman (2008), and the independent kaiju film Attack of the Giant Teacher (2019). He also co-produced The Gransazers, Go! Godman, and at least one season of the variety show Adventure! Godzilland (1992-1993), additionally appearing in the latter as the Godzilla series expert "Dr. Godzilla." Ishii has served on Tokusatsu DNA's executive committee,[2] and as of 2021 was a member of the Packaging Group in TOHO Visual Entertainment's Video Strategy Room.[3]

Selected filmography





Selected video games

Selected bibliography


  1. With Yoshihiro Mishima and Katsuhiko Ono.
  2. With Norio Yamakawa and Yoshiya Futamura.
  3. With Hiroto Kobayashi.
  4. Episode 1 with Sho Aikawa.
  5. With Toshimichi Okawa.


This is a list of references for Nobuhiko Ishii. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: [1]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Maruyama et al. 2021, p. 103
  2. "【特撮のDNA】の見どころはココだ!超星神&東宝特撮大特集". Cast. 13 June 2018.
  3. Do You Know This Cinema? (31 May 2021). "★本編【カタルシネマ】Vol.08 #1「世界を席巻するゴジラ映画の魅力とは何か」". YouTube.
  4. Maruyama et al. 2021, p. 105.



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