Yoichi Utebi, Japanese Movie Producer.

Spiritual Movie Producer Yoichi Utebi and his shows on his movies.

Yoichi UtebiYoichi Utebi is a producer and world lecturer for Happy Science. Born in Japan in 1968, Utebi grew up in Beirut, Lebanon, and New York City. Raised in a rare Japanese Christian family, he was deeply touched by Muslim culture and the beauty of Lebanon during his formative years in Beirut. However, the Middle East also exposed Utebi to the horrors of war, as he and his family dodged bullets and bombings before fleeing to London and back to Japan, leaving everything behind in a sudden evacuation.  In the 7th grade, Utebi moved to New York for 10 years, where he was exposed to friends from multiple cultures and ethnicities. His rock band produced a popular album and gained quite a following in the city before Utebi decided to forego his musical pursuits and return to Japan. 
After 12 years of experience in marketing and senior management at various American IT companies in Japan, Utebi joined Happy Science in 2010, where he quickly rose to Director of International Communications. Utebi is currently a minister and world lecturer for Happy Science and a producer on The Cherry Bushido.



For most of us, the word ‘curse’ brings fantastical images of black magic, witches’ cauldrons, and a little “eye of newt and toe of frog” to mind, especially as the Halloween season rolls around. But though we may be tempted to believe they are merely fantasy, curses can, in fact, be a very real manifestation of negative thoughts. yoichi-utebi-the-divine-protector

How to Keep the Faith, Find your North Star, and Follow It- the driving message in Twiceborn, the inspirational new biopic from Japan

Twiceborn is based on the life of Ryuho Okawa, the founder of Happy Science, Japan’s fastest-growing and most influential spiritual movement with 12 million members across 100 countries. Based on true events, Twiceborn tells the story of Satoru Ichijo, a highly successful businessman who relinquishes everything to pursue his true calling, the happiness of humankind. https://www.twicebornmovie.com

“The Real Exorcist” follows Sayuri, a young coffee shop waitress, as she uses her spiritual powers to help customers troubled by supernatural phenomena. The supernatural drama by HS Productions, which is set to open in the United States this August, explores the laws of attraction that govern our lives and afterlives and characterizes the mindset we can all employ to stay on the right path, ward off negative influences, and lead happy, fulfilled lives.  www.RealExorcistMovie.com

A new film from Japan, “The Cherry Bushido,” lands at the perfect time to remind us to re-examine our convictions and spiritual fortitude in the face of today’s daunting challenges. 
Similar yet distinct from chivalry, the western code of honor handed down from the gallant knights of yore, Bushido is the organizing principle of samurai moral values and ethics that has been at the heart and soul of Japanese culture for centuries. Like chivalry, Bushido is typified by virtues like righteousness, benevolence, respect, honor, fidelity, and courage. Unlike the chivalric code, the true Bushido spirit is based on the belief that we are spiritual beings who will eventually return to the spiritual world.