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Hiroshi Aramata

Hiroshi Aramata is a writer and actor, known for The Great Yokai War (2005), Tokyo: The Last Megalopolis (1988) and Reign: The Conqueror (1997). See full bio »
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 2005 The Great Yokai War (novel)
 1997 Reign: The Conqueror (TV Series) (novel "Gensou Koutei")
 1995 Teito monogatari gaiden (novel)
 1991 Doomed Megalopolis (TV Mini-Series)
 1989 Teito taisen (novel)
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 2005 Noroi: The Curse
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 2005 The Great Yokai War
Demon Prince
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 2015 Torihada (TV Series)
Himself
 2010 Bokura no jidai (TV Series)
Himself
 2010 Tokyo eiga sansaku (TV Series)
Himself
 2008-2009 Another Sky (TV Series)
Himself
- Hiroshi Aramata (2009) ... Himself
- Hiroshi Aramata (2008) ... Himself
 2008 ETV Special (TV Series documentary)
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- The Art of Anime Action Figures (2008) ... Himself

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