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Pin To Kona
Pin to Kona (ぴんとこな) is a Japanese romance manga series written and illustrated by Ako Shimaki
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Romance Manga
Romance
Romance
(from Vulgar Latin rōmānicē "in the Roman language", i.e., "Latin") may refer to: Romance
Romance
(love), love based on emotional attachment as portrayed as ideal in chi
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Japanese Television Drama
Japanese television drama (テレビドラマ, terebi dorama, television drama), also called dorama (ドラマ), are television programs that are a staple of Japanese television and are broadcast daily. All major TV networks in Japan
Japan
produce a variety of drama series including romance, comedy, detective stories, horror, jidaigeki, and many others. Single episode or "tanpatsu" dramas that are mostly two hours in length are also broadcast. For special occasions, there may also be a one- or two-episode drama with a specific theme, such as one produced in 2015 for the 70-year anniversary of the end of World War II. Japanese drama series are broadcast in three-month seasons: winter (January–March), spring (April–June), summer (July–September), and autumn or fall (October–December). Some series may start in another month though it may still be counted as a series of a specific season
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Shogakukan
Shogakukan
Shogakukan
Inc. (株式会社小学館, Kabushiki gaisha
Kabushiki gaisha
Shōgakukan) is a Japanese publisher of dictionaries, literature, manga, non-fiction, DVDs, and other media in Japan. Shogakukan
Shogakukan
founded Shueisha, which also founded Hakusensha. These are three separate companies, but are together called the Hitotsubashi Group, one of the largest publishing groups in Japan
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Anime News Network
Anime
Anime
News
News
Network (ANN) is an anime industry news website that reports on the status of anime, manga, video games, Japanese popular music and other related cultures within North America, Australia, South East Asia
South East Asia
and Japan
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Fancy Dance (manga)
Fancy Dance (ファンシィダンス) is a Japanese shōjo manga series by Reiko Okano. It won the 34th Shogakukan
Shogakukan
Manga
Manga
Award for shōjo.[1] It was adapted into a 1989 live action film directed by Masayuki Suo. References[edit]^ 小学館漫画賞: 歴代受賞者 (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Archived from the original on 2007-09-29. Retrieved 2010-01-08. External links[edit] Fancy Dance (manga) at Anime News Network's encyclopedia Fancy Dance on IMDbv t eFilms directed by Masayuki SuoAbnormal Family: Older Brother's Bride (1984) Fancy Dance (1989) Sumo Do, Sumo Don't
Sumo Do, Sumo Don't
(1992) Shall We Dance? (1996) I Just Didn't Do It
I Just Didn't Do It
(2007) A Terminal Trust
A Terminal Trust
(2012) Lady Maiko
Lady Maiko
(2014)This manga-related article is a stub
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Manga
Manga
Manga
(漫画, Manga) are comics created in Japan
Japan
or by creators in the Japanese language, conforming to a style developed in Japan
Japan
in the late 19th century.[1] They have a long and complex pre-history in earlier Japanese art.[2] The term manga (kanji: 漫画; hiragana: まんが; katakana: マンガ;  listen (help·info); English: /ˈmæŋɡə/ or /ˈmɑːŋɡə/) in Japan
Japan
is a word used to refer to both comics and cartooning. "Manga" as a term used outside Japan
Japan
refers to comics originally published in Japan.[3] In Japan, people of all ages read manga
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Tokyo Broadcasting System
Tokyo
Tokyo
Broadcasting System Holdings, Inc. (株式会社東京放送ホールディングス, Kabushiki-gaisha Tōkyō Hōsō Hōrudingusu), TBS Holdings, Inc. or TBSHD, is a stockholding company in Tokyo, Japan. It is a parent company of a television network named Tokyo
Tokyo
Broadcasting System Television, Inc. (株式会社TBSテレビ, abbreviated to TBS) and radio network named TBS Radio & Communications, Inc. (株式会社TBSラジオ&コミュニケーションズ). TBS Television, Inc
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Shōjo Manga
Shōjo, shojo, or shoujo manga (少女漫画, shōjo manga) is manga aimed at a teenage female target-demographic readership
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Reiko Okano
Reiko Okano (岡野 玲子, Okano Reiko, born 24 June 1960) is a Japanese manga artist. In 1989, she won the Shogakukan Manga Award for shōjo for Fancy Dance.[1] In 2001, she won the Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize for Onmyōji (The Master of Shade and Light) together with Baku Yumemakura[2] She is married to director Makoto Tezuka. Onmyōji, an original work by Baku Yumemakura, was drawn by Reiko Okano and received the Tezuka Osamu Cultural Manga Award. She went on to produce the serialized version as Onmyōji Tamatebako in the comic magazine Melody. Works[edit]Calling (コーリング) Fancy Dance (ファンシィダンス) Onmyōji (陰陽師) Yōmi Henjō Yawa (妖魅変成夜話)References[edit]^ 小学館漫画賞:歴代受賞者 (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Retrieved 2007-08-19.  ^ 第5回 マンガ大賞 岡野玲子 原作・夢枕 獏  『陰陽師』 (in Japanese). Asahi Shimbun
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Papa Told Me
Papa Told Me (パパ トールド ミー, Papa Tōrudo Mī) is a long-running Japanese josei manga by Nanae Haruno. It was serialized in the manga magazine Young You, published by Shueisha. The chapters were collected into 27 tankōbon. This manga was awarded the Shogakukan Manga
Manga
Award for shōjo in 1990,[1] and it was also adapted into a live-action series, broadcast by NHK. It was shown from April 12, 2003 to June 28, 2003, for a total of twelve episodes. Plot[edit] Chise is an elementary school girl who lives with her widowed father, a novelist. Her mother died when she was very young, but she is extremely close to her father. He is the one she loves the most, and because he works as a novelist, he spends most of his time at home, much to the delight of Chise. References[edit]^ 小学館漫画賞: 歴代受賞者 (in Japanese)
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Nanae Haruno
Nanae Haruno (榛野なな恵, Haruno Nanae, born in Fukushima, Japan) is a josei manga artist. She made her professional debut in 1979 with Kyupiido Beibi ("Cupid Baby") in Seventeen. She was a steady writer for Young You
Young You
magazine, until the magazine stopped publication. She is best known for her long-running series Papa Told Me about the daily life of a young girl and her widower father, for which she received the 1990 Shogakukan Manga Award for shōjo.[1] Some of Haruno's recent manga, such as Pietà and Double House, have explored yuri and transgender themes.[2] References[edit]^ 小学館漫画賞:歴代受賞者 (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Retrieved 2007-08-19.  ^ Erica Friedman (2004-05-18). "Yuri Manga: Pieta"
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Crest Of The Royal Family
Crest of the Royal Family
Crest of the Royal Family
(王家の紋章, Ōke no Monshō) is a shōjo manga by Chieko Hosokawa. It has run in the monthly magazine Princess since 1976. In 1991, it received the 36th Shogakukan Manga Award for shōjo.[1] As of 2006, the collected volumes had sold 36 million copies in Japan, making it the third best-selling shōjo manga ever
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Chieko Hosokawa
Chieko Hosokawa (細川 智栄子 (formerly 細川 知栄子), Hosokawa Chieko, born January 1, 1935 in Osaka, Japan) is a Japanese manga artist.[1][2] She made her professional debut in 1958 with Crimson Rose (くれないのバラ, Kurenai no Bara).[1][3] Her series Crest of the Royal Family, which received the 1991 Shogakukan Manga Award for shōjo,[4] has been continuously serialized in Princess since 1976. Her series Akogare was adapted into a TV drama series, titled Hanayomeishō wa Dare ga Kiru (花嫁衣裳は誰が着る) in 1986.[3] Another series, Attention Please, was adapted from a 1970 TV drama series produced for Japan
Japan
Airlines. A newer version of the TV drama was produced in 2006. Shortly after this, a producing deal fell through
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Taeko Watanabe
Taeko Watanabe (渡辺 多恵子, Watanabe Taeko, born 1960-08-29 in Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese manga artist. Her works consist mainly of shōjo manga and is best known for Kaze Hikaru. She has twice received the Shogakukan Manga
Manga
Award, in 1991 for Hajime-chan ga Ichiban! and in 2003 for Kaze Hikaru.[1] Works[edit]Family (ファミリー!, Famirī!) (11 tankōbon) Ame ni Nite Iru (1 tankōbon) Mou Hitotsu no Kugatsu (1 tankōbon) Mune ni Kiniro (1 tankōbon) Hajime-chan ga Ichiban! (15 tankōbon) Kaze Hikaru
Kaze Hikaru
(風光る, Kaze Hikaru)References[edit]^ 小学館漫画賞: 歴代受賞者 (in Japanese)
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Makoto Call!
Makoto Call!
Makoto Call!
(真コール!, Makoto Kōru!) is a Japanese shōjo manga series by Kazuko Fujita. The series first appeared in July 1990 on the 15th issue of the semimonthly Shōjo Comic. It won the 37th Shogakukan Manga
Manga
Award for shōjo.[1] While shōjo, the series has elements of classical sports manga like player rivalry and special attacks. The series is about high-school student Fujisaki Makoto, a figure skater who returns from Canada to Japan. As the result of a random encounter with her new school's volleyball team, she joins the team, and with her help they are able to hold off (but still loses at the end) to high school championships favorites led by Hitomi Kanou. There begins Fujisaki's road to stardom and Barcelona.Contents1 Main characters 2 Manga 3 References 4 External linksMain characters[edit]Makoto Fujisaki (藤咲 真, Fujisaki Makoto) The protagonist
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