Shinichi Hatori

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Shinichi Hatori
Native name
羽鳥 慎一
Born (1971-03-24) 24 March 1971 (age 48)
Nationality Japanese
Other names Bird
Education Waseda University Faculty of Political Economy Department of Economics[1]
Occupation
  • Free announcer
  • tarento
  • television presenter
Years active 1994–
Agent Take Off (2011–)
Style
  • News
  • informal
  • entertainment
Television
  • Shinichi Hatori Morning Show
  • Guruguru Ninety Nine
  • Jinsei ga Kawaru 1-funkan no Fukaīhanashi
  • Morning Bird
  • Zoom In!! Super
  • Zoom In!! Saturday
Spouse(s)
Chiho Watanabe (m. 2014)
[2][3]
Website Official profile

Shinichi Hatori (羽鳥 慎一, Hatori Shin'ichi, born 24 March 1971 in Ageo, Saitama)[4] is a Japanese free announcer, tarento, and television presenter. He is a former Nippon TV announcer.[5] He is currently represented with Take Off. He is nicknamed Bird (バード, Bādo) by Tatsunori Hara.

Filmography[edit]

TV series[edit]

Current appearances[edit]

Year Title Network Notes
1998 Guruguru Ninety Nine NTV Since NTV Announcer era
2008 Jinsei ga Kawaru 1-funkan no Fukaīhanashi
2013 Ano News de Tokusuru Hito Sonsuru Hito
2015 Shinichi Hatori Morning Show TV Asahi
Chikarauta NTV
2016 Hashimoto×Hatori no Bangumi TV Asahi

One-shot appearances

Year Title Network Notes
2009 NTV Kei Ongaku no Saiten: Best Artist NTV Since NTV Announcer era
2011 Birdman Rally YTV Moderator, commentator
24-Jikan TV: Ai wa Chikyū o Sukuu NTV rowspan="2" General presenter
2013 Suntory 1 Man-ri no Daiku "10000 Freude" TBS, HBC, CBC, RKB, TBC
The Music Day NTV Presenter

Former appearances[edit]

As Nippon TV announcer[edit]
Year Title Notes
Osugi to Peeco no Kanemochi A-sama×Binbō B-sama
NNN News Plus 1 Sportscaster, newsreader
Kin no A-sama×Gin no A-sama
Donmai!! Sports & Wide
Zoom In!! Asa!
Zoom In!! Super
Zoom In!! Saturday
Tunnels no Namade Daradara ika sete!!
Mayonaka no Arashi
Shinshun Sports Special Hakone Ekiden
Geki Kūkan Pro-yagu
Gokujō no Tsukiyo
Monomane Battle
NNN24
Ojisans 11
2010 Tensai janakute mo Yume o tsukameru 10 no Hōsoku Co-presented with Tetsuya Takeda and Becky
As free announcer[edit]
Year Title Network Notes
2011 Morning Bird TV Asahi
Shinichi Hatori: Toku Mori! Kayō Saturday NBS Although he was the current presenter of the Zoom In!! series at the time, Kazuo Tokumitsu, also a former NTV announcer, was the original host, he realized when he was directly offered a vacation by Hatori.
Koi no Synchro-ritsu NHK-G Presenter
2012 NTV Kei Ongaku no Saiten: Ongaku nochi kara 2012 NTV
Mirai Theater
2015 Kyaraoke 18-ban

TV drama[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes Ref.
2007 Bambino! Customer A NTV Episode 6
2013 Machigawa re chatta Otoko Kokichi Hasegawa Fuji TV [6]
2015 Aibō Season 13 Reporter TV Asahi Episode 10

Anime[edit]

Title Network Notes
Glitter Force ABC Cameo

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2004 Godzilla: Final Wars TV reporter
2005 House of Himiko Announcer
Always Sanchōme no Yūhi Passerby
2007 Always Zoku Sanchōme no Yūhi Newspaper reporter
2009 20 Seiki Shōnen Dai 2-shō: Saigo no Kibō Announcer
Yatterman
Gokusen: The Movie Cameo
Carrasco Rider
2010 Shodo Girls Fishmonger's husband
Beck Cameo
2017 Tori Girl

Anime films[edit]

Year Title Role Ref.
2003 Nasu: Summer in Andalusia Play-by-play announcer
2008 Ponyo Announcer
2009 Summer Wars Announcer, Keishume Ikezawa's father
2010 Arrietty Postman
2012 Crayon Shin-chan: The_Storm Called!: Me and the Space Princess Himawari announcer Shin Hatori [7]

Music videos[edit]

Title
TVXQ "Kiss the Baby Sky"
Funky Monkey Babys "Hero"

Magazines[edit]

Year Title
2007 TV Japan

Discography[edit]

Year Title Notes
2010 Shodo Girls Original Soundtrack Recorder performance in "Yukari to Fue"

Videography[edit]

Title
Zoom shika Shiranai Fanmon no subete: Me no Mae ni wa Mirai ga Matte iru

References[edit]

  1. ^ "羽鳥 慎一先輩 「早稲田祭2014」公式サイト". Waseda University (in Japanese). Retrieved 17 Dec 2016.
  2. ^ "羽鳥アナ、脚本家の渡辺千穂さんと再婚" (in Japanese). Nikkan Sports. 9 Nov 2014. Retrieved 17 Dec 2016.
  3. ^ "羽鳥アナ、脚本家の渡辺千穂さんとの再婚を生報告". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Oricon. 10 Nov 2014. Retrieved 17 Dec 2016.
  4. ^ "羽鳥慎一". Take Off (in Japanese). Retrieved 17 Dec 2016.
  5. ^ "羽鳥慎一インタビュー|ヒューマン|WEB GOETHE(ゲーテ)" (in Japanese). Retrieved 17 Dec 2016.
  6. ^ "羽鳥慎一アナ 俳優デビュー「おそらく最後 とても見られたものではない」". Sponichi Annex (in Japanese). Sports Nippon. 11 Apr 2013. Retrieved 17 Dec 2016.
  7. ^ "クレヨンしんちゃん 嵐を呼ぶ!オラと宇宙のプリンセス" (in Japanese). Media Geijutsu Database. Retrieved 17 Dec 2016.

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