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- Name Mika Omori
- Japanese: 大森美香 （おおもり みか)
- Birthdate: March 6, 1972
- Birthplace: Fukuoka Prefecture Japan
Screenwriter-Director Mika Oomori was born in Fukuoka , Japan in 1972 and is a graduate of Aoyama Gakuin Women's Junior College. After leaving the Tokyo Bureau of Nagoya Broadcasting Network, she became an assistant director within the drama production division of Fuji Television Network, Inc. In 1998, she made her screenwriting and directorial debut with the late night drama "Bishojo H: 17-Sai no Kiroku." At present, she continues to work as freelance writer and director on mainstream TV dramas. Her writing credits include: "Kabachitare!," "Long Love Letter Seiryu Kyoshitsu," and "Lunch Queen" for Fuji Television Network, "Kimi wa Pet" and "Satomi Hakkenden" for Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS), and "Kaze no Haruka" for NHK. Her film directorial credits include: "Koibumi Biyori" and "Nibanme no Kanojo." In 2005, Oomori gained wide recognition when she won the Mukoda Kuniko Award (the top honor for screenwriters) for her work on "Fukigen na Jean."