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Herotaku Archives: Interview – Michi Yamato of Fujiyama Ichiban Part III

Hello Herotaku, today is the conclusion & restoration of our interview with Michi Yamato. For those who have missed both Parts I and II, Mr. Yamato is a stunt actor from Japan who moved to America. Since immigrating here he has worked for Saban Entertainment during the 90s, as well as started his own stunt team, Samurai Action (samurai stage combat school) which currently produces the indie-American Tokusatsu, Fujiyama Ichiban. The final segment will feature Mr. Yamato’s hopes for the future, and about to whom he gives his thanks to.Read More


Herotaku Archives: Interview – Michi Yamato of Fujiyama Ichiban Part II

Hello Herotaku, today is the continuation of our interview with Michi Yamato. For those who have yet to read, or have missed Part One; Mr. Yamato is a stunt actor from Japan who moved to America. Since immigrating to America, Mr. Yamato has worked for Saban Entertainment during the 90s, as well as started his own stunt team, Samurai Action Team which currently produces the indie-American Tokusatsu, Fujiyama Ichiban. As stated previously, this interview has been split into segments with the original recording listed on Herotaku’s Official YouTube Channel at aRead More


Herotaku Archives: Interview – Michi Yamato of Fujiyama Ichiban Part I

Hello Herotaku, this is TaJa Doyle a.k.a. Wheelchair21 and I am bringing back the interviews with the cast and staff of Fujiyama Ichiban. Today will start off with the first part in the interview held with Mr. Michi Yamato, the creator of the series. Mr. Yamato is a stunt actor, and stunt director from Japan, who immigrated to America during the 90s and began working for Saban Entertainment. He eventually founded the samurai stage combat school, Samurai Action, which also doubles as his studio for the indie-Tokusatsu web-series, Fujiyama Ichiban. Read More