Tohl Narita

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Tohl Narita
Tohl Narita
Born September 3, 1929
Kobe, Japan[1]
Died February 26, 2002[1]
Occupation Artist, sculptor, art director, author
First work Godzilla (1954)[1]
Notable work Ultraman (1966)
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Tohl Narita (成田亨,   Narita Tōru), also known by the one-time psuedonym Tohl Muko (武庫 透,   Muko Tōru), was a Japanese artist, sculptor, art director, and author. He worked in various capacities on Toho's kaiju films in the Showa era, as well as several of Tsuburaya Productions' television series. Perhaps most famously, Narita served as the executive art director and monster designer on Ultraman. In the 1970s, he established the art company Mot Boule (モ・ブル,   Mo Buru) for his work in film and television. Narita passed away on February 26, 2002 due to multiple cerebral infarcts. He is survived by his son, actor Kairi Narita.

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