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Keiko Takemiya
Keiko Takemiya (竹宮 惠子, Takemiya Keiko, born February 13, 1950) is a Japanese manga artist and the current president of Kyoto Seika University.[1] She is included in the Year 24 Group. She resides in Kamakura, Kanagawa
Kamakura, Kanagawa
Prefecture.[2] The year 24 group was a group of female authors in the early 1970s who helped change shoujo manga from being created by male authors to being created by female authors.[3] As part of this group, Takemiya pioneered a genre of girls' comics about love between young men; in December 1970 she published a short story, "In the Sunroom", in Bessatsu Shōjo Komikku, which is possibly the first shōnen-ai manga published and contains the earliest known male-male kiss in shōjo manga.[4] Takemiya cites her influences as being shonen manga, the work of Shotaro Ishinomori, films, and documentaries
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Tokushima, Tokushima
Tokushima (徳島市, Tokushima-shi, Japanese: [tokɯꜜɕima]) is the capital city of Tokushima Prefecture
Tokushima Prefecture
on Shikoku
Shikoku
island in Japan. As of October 1, 2016, the city had an estimated population of 258,237 and a population density of 1,400 persons per km². Its total area is 191.23 km². The city is situated in the north-eastern part of Tokushima Prefecture
Tokushima Prefecture
at the mouth of the Yoshino River. In terms of layout and organization, Tokushima displays the typical characteristics of a Japanese castle town. Tokushima was developed under the Hachisuka clan. Its prosperity was built on a strong indigo dye industry. The modern city of Tokushima was founded on October 1, 1889. At the time, it was the 10th largest city in Japan
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Shinji Wada
Shinji Wada (和田 慎二, Wada Shinji, April 19, 1950 – July 5, 2011) was a Japanese manga artist in Kure, Hiroshima
Kure, Hiroshima
Prefecture, Japan, and best known for the creation of the Sukeban Deka franchise.Contents1 History 2 Works2.1 Manga 2.2 Collaborative manga 2.3 Anime 2.4 TV3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] When Hakusensha
Hakusensha
published Sukeban Deka in 1979, Wada's work became very popular
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Yumiko Igarashi
Yumiko Igarashi
Yumiko Igarashi
(いがらし ゆみこ, Igarashi Yumiko, born 26 August 1950 in Asahikawa, Hokkaidō) is a female Japanese manga artist. She is a resident of Sapporo, Hokkaido. In 1968, as a third-year high school student at the Asahi Gaoka High School in Sapporo, Hokkaidō, she made her debut in Shueisha's Ribon manga magazine with Shiroi Same no iru Shima. She won the 1st Kodansha Manga Award in 1977 as the artist of Candy Candy.[1] In the late 1990s, Igarashi became involved in a number of legal battles related to her intellectual property rights as an illustrator. Igarashi claimed that in series for which she was the illustrator, she should hold sole intellectual property rights to the portrayals of the characters, and not need the consent of her authors to license merchandise based on their likenesses
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Fujihiko Hosono
Fujihiko Hosono (細野 不二彦, Hosono Fujihiko, December 2, 1959 -) is a Japanese manga artist. Hosono was born in Ōta, Tokyo. In 1979, he made his debut with Crusher Joe
Crusher Joe
while he was a student at Keio University. Around the same time, he joined the Studio Nue (スタジオぬえ) as an animator
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Japan
Coordinates: 35°N 136°E / 35°N 136°E / 35; 136Japan 日本国 Nippon-koku or Nihon-kokuFlagImperial SealAnthem: "Kimigayo" 君が代"His Imperial Majesty's Reign"[2][3] Government
Government
Seal of JapanGo-Shichi no Kiri (五七桐)Area controlled by Japan
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Hisaichi Ishii
Hisaichi Ishii (いしい ひさいち or 石井 壽一, Ishii Hisaichi, born September 2, 1951 in Tamano, Okayama
Tamano, Okayama
Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese manga artist.[1] He is best known outside Japan
Japan
for his manga series Nono-chan, which was made into the Studio Ghibli
Studio Ghibli
anime film My Neighbors the Yamadas.[2] Topics covered by Ishii's manga include baseball (in his debut work), politics, economics, current events and topics, philosophy, and so on
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Katsuhiro Otomo
Katsuhiro Otomo
Katsuhiro Otomo
(大友 克洋, Ōtomo Katsuhiro, born April 14, 1954) is a Japanese manga artist, screenwriter and film director. He is best known as the creator of the manga Akira and its animated film adaptation
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Miki Tori
Miki Tori (とり·みき, Tori Miki, born February 23, 1958 in Hitoyoshi, Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan), also known as Micky Bird or Mickey Bird,[1][2] is a Japanese manga artist, character designer, essayist, and screenplay writer.[2] Tori has won multiple awards for his work, including two Seiun Awards (in 1994 for Dai-Hon'ya, and in 1998 for SF Taishō) and one Bungeishunjū Manga Award (in 1995 for Tōku e Ikitai).[3] His pen name was created by mixing up the pronunciation of the kanji making up his real name. He worked as a writer on WXIII: Patlabor the Movie 3.[4] Tori attended Meiji University, majoring in English literature, though he left his studies before receiving a degree
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Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize
Named after Osamu Tezuka, the Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize (手塚治虫文化賞, Tezuka Osamu Bunkashō) is a yearly manga prize awarded to manga artists or their works that follow the Osamu Tezuka manga approach founded and sponsored by Asahi Shimbun
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Sunrise (company)
Sunrise (株式会社サンライズ, Kabushiki gaisha
Kabushiki gaisha
Sanraizu) is a Japanese animation studio and production company which is a subsidiary of Bandai
Bandai
Namco
Namco
Holdings
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Medals Of Honor (Japan)
Medals of Honor (褒章, hōshō) are medals awarded by the Government of Japan. They are awarded to individuals who have done meritorious deeds and also to those who have achieved excellence in their field of work.[1] The Medals of Honor were established on December 7, 1881, and were first awarded the following year. Several expansions and amendments have been made since then. The medal design for all six types are the same, bearing the stylized characters 褒章 on a gilt central disc surrounded by a silver ring of cherry blossoms on the obverse; only the colors of the ribbon differ. If for some reason an individual were to receive a second medal of the same ribbon colour, then a second medal is not issued but rather a new bar is added to their current medal
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AnimEigo
Coordinates: 34°12′56″N 77°56′40″W / 34.2156°N 77.9444°W / 34.2156; -77.9444AnimEigoTypePrivateIndustry Entertainment (Anime)Founded 1988Headquarters Wilmington, North Carolina, United StatesKey peopleRobert Woodhead Roe R. Adams, III Natsumi Ueki Janice HindleProducts Anime, Samurai cinemaWebsite AnimEigo AnimEigo
AnimEigo
is an American entertainment company that licenses and distributes anime, samurai films and Japanese cinema.Contents1 History and location1.1 Name2 Releases 3 Production values 4 Catalog Titles4.1 Anime
Anime
Titles 4.2 Samurai Films 4.3 Other Japanese Cinema 4.4 Discontinued Anime
Anime
Titles 4.5 Other Discontinued Films5 References 6 External linksHistory and location[edit] The company was founded in 1988 in Ithaca, New York
Ithaca, New York
by Robert Woodhead and Roe R. Adams, III
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NHK World
NHK
NHK
World-Japan is the international broadcasting service of NHK (Nippon Hōsō Kyōkai - Japan Broadcasting Corporation), Japan's public broadcaster. The service is aimed at the overseas market, similar to BBC
BBC
World News, DW, France 24
France 24
and RT, and broadcast through satellite and cable operators throughout the world as well as online and through its mobile apps. The channel is based in Tokyo, Japan. NHK
NHK
World-Japan provides three services: NHK
NHK
World Radio Japan, NHK World TV, and NHK
NHK
World Premium
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NHK
NHK
NHK
(Japanese: 日本放送協会, Hepburn: Nippon Hōsō Kyōkai, official English name: Japan
Japan
Broadcasting Corporation) is Japan's national public broadcasting organization.[2] NHK, which has always identified itself to audiences by the English pronun
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Shojo Beat
Shojo Beat
Shojo Beat
is a shōjo manga magazine formerly published in North America by Viz Media. Released in June 2005 as a sister magazine to Shonen Jump, it featured serialized chapters from six manga series, as well as articles on Japanese culture, manga, anime, fashion and beauty. After its initial launch, Shojo Beat
Shojo Beat
underwent two redesigns, becoming the first English anthology to use the cyan and magenta ink tones common to Japanese manga anthologies. Viz launched related "Shojo Beat" imprints in its manga, Japanese light novel, and anime divisions to coordinate with the magazine's contents. Targeted at women ages 16–18, the first issue of Shojo Beat
Shojo Beat
launched with a circulation of 20,000. By 2007, the average circulation was approximately 38,000 copies, with half coming from subscriptions rather than store sales
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