Junichi Sato ( is a Japanese 佐藤 順一 Satō Jun'ichi, born March 11, 1960) anime director, best known for working on shōjo-based anime and the magical girl genre. He is associated with TYO Animations (formerly Hal Film Maker).
Ama, Aichi Prefecture, Japan, his first major work was directing the first two seasons of for Sailor Moon Toei Animation, after which he handed the position over to Kunihiko Ikuhara, although he continued to storyboard and direct episodes for the later seasons. He later went on to co-direct , as well as the critically acclaimed Ojamajo Doremi . Sato served as chief director for long-runner Princess Tutu , and in recent years has become more known for his "healing anime" such as Sgt. Frog and Aria .
Tamayura Works Anime television
(1981) (Production Manager) Queen Millennia
(1982) (Production Manager) Patalliro!
Bemubemu Hunter Kotengu Tenmaru (1983) (Storyboard, Episode Director)
("Wee Wendy" in the U.S.) (1984) (Storyboard, Episode Director) Tongari Bōshi no Memoru
(1985) (Storyboard) Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam
Hai Step Jun (1985) (Assistant Series Director, Storyboard, Episode Director)
(1986) (Series Director) Maple Town Monogatari
(1989) (Series Director) Akuma-kun
Kimama ni Idol (1990) (Director)
(1990) (Series Director) Mooretsu Atarō
(1991) (Series Director) Goldfish Warning!
(1992) (Series Director) Sailor Moon
(1993) (Series Director) ( Sailor Moon R Ail & En story arc [also known as the "Doom Tree" arc])
(1995) (Storyboard) (as "Kiichi Hadame") Neon Genesis Evangelion
(1997–1999) (Series Director) Yume no Crayon Oukoku
(1999) (Series Director) (with Ojamajo Doremi Takuya Igarashi)
(1999) (Original Plan, Director) Magic User's Club
(2000) (Chief Director) Strange Dawn
(2000) (Chief Director) Gate Keepers
(2001) (Original Creator, Chief Director) Prétear
(2002) (Chief Director) Princess Tutu
(2003) (Original Plan, Director) Kaleido Star
(2003) (Chief Director) Nanaka 6/17
(2004) (Chief Director) Sgt. Frog
(2005) (Chief Director) Fushigiboshi no Futagohime
(2005) (Director, Series Composition) ARIA The ANIMATION
(2006) (Chief Director) Fushigiboshi no Futagohime Gyu!
(2006) (Director, Series Composition) ARIA The NATURAL
(2007) (Sound Supervisor) Romeo × Juliet
(2007) (Supervisor) Sketchbook ~full color'S~
(2008) (Director, Series Composition) ARIA The ORIGINATION
Marin's Great Sea Story ( )(2009) (Director) Umi Monogatari ~Anata ga Ite Kureta Koto~ 
(2011) (Series Composition) Croisée in a Foreign Labyrinth
(2011) (Director) Tamayura: Hitotose
Phi Brain: Puzzle of God (2011) (Director)
(2013) (Director) Tamayura: More Aggressive
(2014) (Director) M3 the dark metal
(2016) (Chief Director) Amanchu!
(2018) (Chief Director) Amanchu! Advance (2018) (Series Director) Hugtto! PreCure Anime movie OVA References
Høgset, Stig. "Umi Monogatari: Anata ga Ite Kureta Koto". themanime.org. THEM Anime . Retrieved . 26 October 2016
"Tamayura/Kaleido Star's Sato Makes Zetsumetsu Kigu Shōjo Amazing Twins Anime". animenewsnetwork.com. Anime News Network. 7 August 2013 . Retrieved . 26 October 2016 External links
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