Naoki Yamamoto has been active as a mangaka since 1984. Initially using pen names like Tou Moriyama and Mori Touyama, Yamamoto debuted as a lolicom specialist. He started signing his own name with the serial 'Happa 64', published in Big Comic Spirits. Among his popular serials are the romantic comedy 'Dance Till Tomorrow' (1989-1991), 'Kwamete Kamoshida' (1987-88) and 'Fragments' (1997-2003). His short, erotic manga stories have been collected in books like 'Watching Fuckin' TV All Time Makes a Fool' (2000). Yamamoto has also been active as a character designer for some of the 'Cream Lemon' episodes.