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Chôjikû Yôsai Macross
(1982)
RahXephon
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(2002)
Sword of the Stranger
(2007)

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 2017 Alice to Zouroku (TV Series)
 2009 Sweet Blue Flowers (TV Series) (screenplay - 1 episode)
- Spring Storm (2009) ... (screenplay)
 2003-2009 Ganparêdo mâchî: Aratanaru kôgun uta (TV Series) (composition - 12 episodes)
- My Heart Throbs for You - A Day in the Life (2009) ... (composition)
- Hard to Say: A Good Reward for Their Labour (2003) ... (composition)
- Hello Sadness - Once Upon a Dime (2003) ... (composition)
  Yomigaeru sora: Rescue Wings (TV Series) (composition - 12 episodes, 2007) (script - 6 episodes, 2007)
- Resukyû (2007) ... (composition) / (script)
- Bibâku (2007) ... (composition)
- Pâteî (2007) ... (composition)
- Shônen no tabiji kôhen (2007) ... (composition)
- Shônen no tabiji zenpen (2007) ... (composition)
 2002 RahXephon (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1993 Orguss 02 (TV Mini-Series short) (original story)
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