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Kimio Yanagisawa (柳沢きみお Yanagisawa Kimio?) is a Japanese manga artist born on September 26, 1948 in Gosen-shi, Niigata Prefecture, Japan. His real name is pronounced the same way, but is written as 柳澤 公夫. He graduated from Niigata Prefectural Muramatsu High School two years prior to Yoshifumi Kondō. After graduation, he attended Wakō University where he studied fine arts.

In 1972, Yanagisawa won an honorable mention in the 4th Tezuka Shō Manga Story contest for his story Makeru na Kisaburō (submitted under his real name). His contemporary, Kazuhito Kurosaki, also won second place in the same contest. In 1978, he won the 3rd Kodansha Manga Award for shōnen for Tonda Couple.[1]

Bibliography

  • 100%
  • 730 Yoru
  • Aijin
    • Aijin: Shinri
  • Aoki Honoo
  • Ayashii Hana
  • B no Album
  • Boy
  • Dino
  • Fushidara na Face
  • Gokubō Kyōdai
  • Gym
  • Harajuku Fashion Monogatari
  • Harem Sangūbashi
  • Hayari Uta
  • Heisei Hagoromo Monogatari
  • Iro Otoko Iro Onna
  • Jibun ga Suki
  • Jinan Monogatari
  • Keishiki Kekkon
  • Marcello
  • Matenshi Sayoko
  • Mibōjin
  • Misoji
  • Nemonogatari
  • Oishii Mizu
  • Ooichimin
    • Ooichimin II
    • Ooichimin Bangaihen
    • The Ooichimin
  • Otoko no Jigazō
  • Ranzō Saijo Enikki
  • Rekken
  • Ruri Iro Generation
  • Ryū ni Mokure
  • Shop Jibun
  • Tokumei Kakarichō Tadano Hitoshi
  • Tokyo BJ
  • Tokyo Sen'ya Ichiya
  • Tonda Couple
    • Shin Tonda Couple
    • Zoku Tonda Couple
    • Tonda Couple 21
  • Tsuki to Suppon
  • Tsuma wo Metoraba
  • Warui no Hana
  • Yoru Monogatari
  • Yoru no Machi
  • Yoru no Shinshi
  • Yume no Kuni

References

  1. Joel Hahn. "Kodansha Manga Awards". Comic Book Awards Almanac. Retrieved 2007-08-21. 

External links

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