Toshio Miike

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Toshio Miike
Toshio Miike at an interview
Born May 26, 1961
Kamimashiki, Kumamoto, Japan
Occupation Production designer,
special effects director, author
First work Bioman (1984)
Notable work Godzilla Final Wars (2004)
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Toshio Miike (三池 敏夫,   Miike Toshio) is a Japanese production designer, special effects director, and author. Affiliated with the Tokusatsu Lab, he has served as special effects production designer on all three entries in Shusuke Kaneko's Heisei Gamera trilogy (1996-1999), the last four Godzilla films of the Millennium series (2001-2004), and all three live action entries in Hideaki Anno's Shin series (2016-2023), among others. He made his SFX directorial debut with the television series Daimajin Kanon (2010), and also directed the effects for Tsuburaya Productions' Ultraman Saga (2012). Miike began publishing an autobiographical book series entitled Toshio Miike's Secret Special Effects Chronicle in 2021, which has accumulated five installments, each covering roughly half a decade of his career.

Selected filmography

Assistant special effects production designer

Special effects production designer

Director of special effects






This is a list of references for Toshio Miike. 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. "「BOSS」と「ゴジラ」がコラボレーション、東宝ゴジラチーム完全監修の特撮動画を公開". AdverTimes. 4 June 2019.


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