34 names.

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1. Ryôko Hirosue Ryôko Hirosue Actress, Departures
2. Tetsuya Nomura Tetsuya Nomura Animation Department, Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children
3. Daisuke Ono Daisuke Ono Actor, The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya
4. Nobuo Uematsu Nobuo Uematsu Composer, Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children He's been called the John Williams of the video game world, and the description is apt. Born in Kouchi City, Japan on March 21, 1959, Nobuo started playing the piano at the age of 12 and has never been formerly taught. By his own admission, he said he wanted to learn to play the piano because he wanted to be like Elton John...
5. Sumi Shimamoto Sumi Shimamoto Actress, Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind
6. Ken Kensei Ken Kensei Actor, Letters from Iwo Jima
7. Hideo Takamatsu Hideo Takamatsu Actor, The Last Emperor
8. Hisako Shirata Hisako Shirata Actress, Tomie: Revenge
9. Yuri Kosaka Yuri Kosaka Actress, Anxiety of Hahiru
10. Sôichirô Kitamura Sôichirô Kitamura Actor, Outrage
11. Haruki Hamada Haruki Hamada Actor, Saraba Uchû no Tomo yo
12. Hiromasa Hirosue Hiromasa Hirosue Actor, The Lost Hum
13. Ikuko Môri Ikuko Môri Actress, The Tale of Zatoichi
14. Chisako Hara Chisako Hara Actress, Dark Water
15. Noboru Takachi Noboru Takachi Actor, Blood
16. Tomiko Miyao Tomiko Miyao Writer, Kura
17. Takashi Yanase Takashi Yanase Writer, Chirin no suzu
18. Masako Bando Masako Bando Writer, Inugami
19. Takehiro Nakajima Takehiro Nakajima Writer, When the Last Sword is Drawn
20. Sonim Sonim Actress, Hanging Garden
21. Michiko Otsuka Michiko Otsuka Actress, Samurai Rebellion
22. Tsutomu Shimomoto Tsutomu Shimomoto Actor, Crest of Betrayal
23. Yasushi Yokoyama Yasushi Yokoyama Actor, Big Magnum Kuroiwa Sensei
24. Taizo Yokoyama Taizo Yokoyama Writer, A Billionaire In the 30s he left school in mid-course to learn drawing in the Kawahata Illustration School. His career was interrupted by the Sino-Japanese war and he went to the Chinese front, but he returned before the end of the war. Influenced by his famous cartoonist older brother Ryûichi Yokoyama, in 1950 Taizô published "Taizô Manga"...
25. Tessen Nakahira Tessen Nakahira Actor, Branded to Kill
26. Tsunehisa Itô Tsunehisa Itô Writer, Nobody's Boy Remi After leaving school in mid-course, he joined Tatsunoko animation studio in the mid-1960s, writing scripts for the TV series "Ora Guzura Dado" (1967-68, a parody of Gojira films) and The Genie Family (1969-70). At the end of the 1960s, he joined Tokyo Movie animation studio and collaborated in the adaptation of the comedic Kyojin no hoshi for theaters...
27. Tadashi Naitô Tadashi Naitô Writer, Switching - Goodbye Me
28. Torahiko Hamada Torahiko Hamada Actor, Vengeance is Mine
29. Takeshi Watabe Takeshi Watabe Actor, Fist of the North Star
30. Naoshi Mizuta Naoshi Mizuta Composer, Final Fantasy XI
31. Shusaku Matsuoka Shusaku Matsuoka Producer, Time Traveller
32. Ryûichi Yokoyama Ryûichi Yokoyama Animation Department, Being Two Isn't Easy When his mangas gave him enough popularity, the film industry began to take an interest in him and he was hired to do the cartoon sequences of the films "Enoken's Millions" (1937). Shortly after he created his most famous manga series, "Fuku-Chan" (1938-71), which was converted in two short animation films (1942-44) the first directed by reputed Kenzo Masaoka...
33. Toshirô Shimazaki Toshirô Shimazaki Self, FNS no hi 26 jikan terebi 2009 chô egao parêdo: Bakushô! Odaiba gasshuku!!
34. Yûya Ogawa Yûya Ogawa Actor, The Ramen Girl
34 names.