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Kenji Terada

Kenji Terada
Born 1952
Tokyo, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Occupation novelist
Known for Final Fantasy

Kenji Terada (寺田 憲史 Terada Kenji, born in 1952) is a Kimagure Orange Road series among other things.


  • Biography 1
  • Games 2
  • Anime 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Kenji Terada was born in Tokyo, Japan. He graduated in 1973 from Waseda University with a degree in European History. During his degree, Terada did illustrations for newspapers and magazines, worked on film sets, and did some work as an animator. In 1978, he became an assistant for artist Osamu Tezuka, and in 1980 he became a freelance writer and director for various projects, including writing the scripts for Baoh, Dirty Pair, and Kimagure Orange Road. He also did some work for Square, writing the scripts for the first three Final Fantasy video games. He remained a script writer for films and animation until 2003, when he served as both the writer and director for the video game Batman: Dark Tomorrow, as well as the director for the Firestorm anime series. He has since worked on Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles as well as several other shows and video games.[1]




  1. ^ Terada, Kenji. "biography". Retrieved 2014-12-18. 
  2. ^ a b c d "Interview with Hironobu Sakaguchi".  
  3. ^ Sam Pettus (2013-12-18). "Service Games: The Rise and Fall of SEGA: Enhanced Edition". CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. p. 117.  
  4. ^ "Kenji Terada, Writer for Early Final Fantasy Games, Worked on a Little-known Animal Crossing-like Game in the 1990s". Retrieved 2015-06-16. 
  5. ^ "Eternal Eyes First Impression".  
  6. ^ "Batman: Dark Tomorrow".  
  7. ^ a b c d "2007 Guest Listing". Retrieved 2015-06-16. 
  8. ^ Helen McCarthy (2006-11-01). "The Anime Encyclopedia, Revised & Expanded Edition". Stone Bridge Press. p. 78.  
  9. ^ "Anime Boston Announces More Guests".  
  10. ^ Helen McCarthy (2006-11-01). "The Anime Encyclopedia, Revised & Expanded Edition". Stone Bridge Press.  
  11. ^ "BOSTON ANIME 87". May 27, 2007. Retrieved 2015-06-16. 
  12. ^ "Staff". Archived from the original on 2003-07-21. Retrieved 2015-06-16. 
  13. ^ Tommy Yune (2007-07-06). "The Art of Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles". Stone Bridge Press. p. 128.  

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