Mizuki Kawashita

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Mizuki Kawashita
Born August 30, 1971
Shizuoka, Japan
Pen name Mikan Momokuri
Occupation Manga artist
Nationality Japanese
Genre Romantic comedy, Romance, Drama, Supernatural
Subject Shōnen, manga

Mizuki Kawashita (河下 水希 Kawashita Mizuki?, born August 30, 1971, in Shizuoka, Japan) is a female Japanese manga artist, best known for her work Strawberry 100%. During the early part of her career, she wrote and illustrated under the pen name Mikan Momokuri (桃栗 みかん Momokuri Mikan?). Her first public work was a doujinshi called Innocent in 1993.[citation needed] Kawashita's longest running manga series, Strawberry 100%, was adapted into a thirteen episode anime television series which premiered in Japan during 2005 and spawned five original video animation spin offs. One of her more recent manga series, Hatsukoi Limited, was adapted into a twelve episode anime television series which ran in 2009. Other works by Mizuki Kawashita include Lilim Kiss, Akane-chan overdrive and Ane Doki[1]

Bibliography[edit]

as Mikan Momokuri[edit]

  • (1997) Sora no Seibun (空の成分?)
  • (1999) Akane-chan Over Drive (あかねちゃん OVER DRIVE?, Akane-chan Overdrive)
  • (1999) Kaede Typhoon (かえで台風?)

as Mizuki Kawashita[edit]

  • (2000) Ririmu Kissu (りりむキッス?, Lilim Kiss)
  • (2002) Strawberry 100%
  • (2007) First Love Limited
  • (2009) Ane Doki
  • (2010) Boku no Idol (ボクのアイドル?, My Idol)
  • (2010) G-Maru Edition (((G)えでぃしょん)?, (G) Edition)
  • (2013) Te to Kuchi (てとくち?)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hatsukoi Limited, 2nd Gurren Lagann Film, Gendai Mahō Anime Dated". Anime News Network. December 21, 2008. Retrieved January 31, 2009. 

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