Isshin Inudo & Eiki Takahashi
Born in Tokyo in 1960. Inudo started off as a director of commercials before making his feature film debut with Two People Talking (1995), which won the Directors Guild of Japan New Director Award. His best-known films include Across a Gold Prairie (1999), Josee, the Tiger and the Fish (2003), Maison de Himiko (2005), Zero Focus (JC 2010), and The Floating Castle (JC 2013). His latest films include Samurai Shifters (JC 2019) and The Bucket List (2019). On Seijo Story, Inudo is credited as a co-director in charge of planning and development in addition to on-screen interviews.
Born in Iwate Prefecture, Japan, in 1965. Takahashi has worked on over 300 music videos in various capacities. He is best known as the director of the popular Documentary of AKB48 films, which include Show Must Go On (2012), No Flower Without Rain (2013), and The Time Has Come (2014). On Seijo Story, Takahashi is credited as a co-director in charge of shooting and technical direction.