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Moyoco Anno is an award-winning manga artist and writer. She has published dozens of renowned titles such as Happy Mania, Sakuran and Sugar Sugar Rune. In recent years, Moyoco Anno has been very active in the international manga community, attending events and publishing her works overseas. This year, she was...

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Fuminori Nakamura is a 35-years-old Japanese novel writer who has won several awards such as the Akutagawa Prize, and the Kenzaburō Ōe Prize. Not only in Japan but also in currently 9 countries in America, Europe, and Asia, his works are translated and reached many readers. We interviewed him on himself as a novel writer and...

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