Akira Oze

Akira Oze (尾瀬あきら Oze Akira, born 26 July 1947 in Kyoto, Japan) is a Japanese manga artist. He made his debut in 1971 under the pen name Megumu Matsumoto (松本めぐむ) writing shōnen manga, but he switched in the 1980s to seinen manga. He is best known for Natsuko's Sake, which was adapted as a live-action television series. Oze won the 1986 Shogakukan Manga Award for shōnen manga for Hatsukoi Scandal and Tobe! Jinrui II.[1]

Akira Oze
BornJuly 26, 1947 (age 71)
Kyoto, Japan
NationalityJapanese
Area(s)Manga artist
Notable works
Natsuko no Sake
Hatsukoi Scandal
Tobe! Jinrui II
Awards31st Shogakukan Manga Award for shōnen manga - Hatsukoi Scandal and Tobe! Jinrui II

Selected works

  • Tobe! Jinrui (とべ!人類) (1978, 1 volume)
  • Hatsukoi Scandal (初恋スキャンダル) (1981–1986, 18 volumes)
  • Ryū (リュウ) (1986–1987, 7 volumes) - story by Masao Yajima
  • Natsuko's Sake (夏子の酒 Natsuko no Sake) (1988–1991, 12 volumes)
  • The Story of My Village (ぼくの村の話 Boku no Mura no Hanashi) (1992–1994, 7 volumes)
  • The Legend of Minori (みのり伝説 Minori Densetsu) (1994–1997, 9 volumes)
  • Island of Light (光の島) (2001–2004, 8 volumes)

References

  1. ^ 小学館漫画賞: 歴代受賞者 (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Archived from the original on 29 September 2007. Retrieved 2007-08-19.

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Ryu may refer to:

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Monthly Comic Ryū, a manga magazine in Japan

Ryū (manga)

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The current award categories are:

Children's (児童向け部門, Jidō muke bumon)

Boy's (少年向け部門, Shōnen muke bumon)

Girl's (少女向け部門, Shōjo muke bumon)

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Nakaima was an avid baseball player throughout high school and college but had to quit after shoulder injury. He became an assistant to Akio Chiba before creating manga on his own.

Nakaima is from Okinawa and it has been noted how some of his character use Okinawan Japanese.

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