| Kunihiko Yuyama ： ウィキペディア英語版|
is a Japanese director of anime films, television, and video series. His best-known work involves ''Pokémon'' productions. Other anime he has directed include Leda: The Fantastic Adventure of Yohko, ''Kimagure Orange Road: Summer's Beginning'', ''Plawres Sanshiro'', ''Wedding Peach'', and the adult-oriented ''Weather Report Girl''.
Developing an interest in animation while still at high school, Yuyama worked as an animator's assistant on episodes of ''Star Blazers'' and ''Brave Raideen''. He was a sketch artist and storyboard artist on the foreign co-production ''Barbapapa'' (1973) and joined Aoi Productions in 1978. The same year, he had his directorial debut while working for Aoi on ''Galaxy Express 999'', and soon struck up a successful working partnership with the screenwriter Takeshi Shudo on ''GoShogun''. In 1982, he promoted to "chief director", an overseeing role on ''Magical Princess Minky Momo''. While remaining in TV during the 1980s, he also played a leading role in anime's exodus into video. His work also showed a mastery of elements for a female audience, most obvious in his ''Three Musketeers'' spin-off, ''Aramis' Adventure''. After working on ''Ushio and Tora'', he gained true fame through his involvement with later works on ''Pokémon''.
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