Birth:Dec 17, 1962
Hometown:Engaru, Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan
Twitter 1https://twitter.com/i/user/110221339 Twitter 2https://twitter.com/i/user/815589398720847872 He joined studio Bebow in 1982 where he was referred to by Masayuki Yagihttps://anilist.co/staff/143406/ a senior of his at Engaru High School. Yoshikazu Yasuhikohttps://anilist.co/staff/97220/ and Bebows founder Tomonori Kogawahttps://anilist.co/staff/105957/ were also graduates of the same school the latter whom he would study under after joining the studio. There he made his debut as a key animator on Seisenshi Dunbinehttps://anilist.co/anime/929/ in the following year. He left Bebow in the mid 80s and joined Pack a small studio established by Hiroyuki Kitazumehttps://anilist.co/staff/106775/. During this time he was a follower of Kitazumes who has said that Onda was the one capable of replicating his drawings the best out of the people who worked at studio Pack. After that he joined Atelier Gigahttps://anilist.co/staff/106775/ and worked there until becoming a freelancer. His drawings feature westerninfluenced delicate and sharp linework with an excellent grasp on threedimensionality. His character art in particular is highly praised both inside and outside of the industry which he gets to brandish whenever he works as an animation supervisor. He has stated that he prefers character design and supervision work over working as an animator himself. In 2003 he took part as a key animator on Production I.Ghttps://anilist.co/studio/10/s animated segment in Quentin Tarantinos Kill Bill: Vol. 1 directed by Kazuto Nakazawahttps://anilist.co/staff/101474/. He is also a huge fan of shoujo manga since a young age due to his older sister.