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Masao Yagi
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Born October 12, 1926[1]
Toyohashi, Aichi, Japan[1]
Died July 31, 2008 (aged 82)[1]
Occupation Sculptor, modeler
First work Godzilla (1954)[1]
Notable work Ultraman (TV 1966-1967)
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Masao Yagi (八木 正夫,   Yagi Masao) was a Japanese sculptor and modeler. The son of modeler Kanju Yagi and nephew of modeler Yasuei Yagi, he began his career as a part-time modeling assistant to Eizo Kaimai and Teizo Toshimitsu on Godzilla.[2] After working for Daiei on Gamera, he, Keizo Murase, and Toru Suzuki founded the modeling company Ex Productions, which would go on to create various monsters for Tsuburaya Productions' Ultra Series and the original Kamen Rider series. Yagi passed away on July 31, 2008, due to emphysema.[1]

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  • Kamen Rider Kaijin Pictorial 2016. Hobby Japan. 28 March 2016. ISBN 978-4-7986-1202-7.
  • Tsutsumi, Tetsuya; Okubo, Kazumitsu; Abe, Nomaru; Kagami, Toshiharu; Kano, Keisuke; Suzuki, Mitsunobu; Nakamura, Satoshi; Matsui, Etsuko; Ozawa, Ryoko (30 August 2005). Revive! Great Yokai Movies Assembly. Takeshobo. ISBN 4-8124-2265-5.


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