Youichi Miyaji

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Youichi Miyaji
Place of birth: Japan
Date of birth: 1963-05-26 (age 60)
Employment history:
Role(s): Producer

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Youichi Miyaji (宮路洋一) is a Japanese video game producer and co-founder of Game Arts.


Youichi Miyaji is a producer and one of the founders of Game Arts. He started his career at ASCII in 1981 at the age of 18. Three years later, he left the company to establish Game Arts along with his brother Takeshi and several other ASCII staff.

He was the president and CEO of Game Arts until 2005. He was also the president of publisher ESP for its entire existence. After ESP's closure in 2010 following its acquisition by D3Publisher, he worked as a freelance producer until 2014 when he established Sieg Games - a position he retains to this day.[1]

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