Bungeishunjū Manga Award

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Bungeishunjū Manga Award
文藝春秋漫画賞
Country Japan
Presented by Bungeishunjū
First awarded 1955
Last awarded 2001

The Bungeishunjū Manga Award (文藝春秋漫画賞 Bungeishunjū Manga Shō?) was an annual award established in 1955 and given out by Bungeishunjū in Japan for gag, yonkoma, one-panel, and satirical manga.[1][2] The award was also given out for works considered the magnum opus of manga creators.

Past winners of the award include Jōji Yamafuji, Makoto Wada, illustrations by Taku Furukawa, a picture book by Shinto Chō, and parodies by Mad Amano. While the award was given out for illustration, picture books, parodies, and other similar works, the proliferation of the modern manga culture led to more manga artists receiving the awards in recent years.

Bungeishunjū stopped giving out the award in 2002.[1][2]

Award winners[edit]

# Year Artist Work
1 1955 Rokurō Taniuchi The Accidental Child (行ってしまった子 Okonatte Shimatta Ko?)
2 1956 Yukio Sugiura for his post-war satirical manga
3 1957 Yoshirō Katō Yoshirō Best Manga Works Collection (芳郎傑作漫画集 Yoshirō Kessaku Manga Shū?)
4 1958 Yōji Kuri Kuri Yōji Manga Collection (久利洋次漫画集 Kuri Yōji Manga Shū?)
5 1959 Shinta Chō The Talking Tamagoyaki (おしゃべりなたまごやき Oshaberi na Tamagoyaki?)
6 1960 Kenji Ogiwara for his historical manga
7 1961 Fuyuhiko Okabe Acchan (アッちゃん?) and Baby Gang (ベビー・ギャング Bebī Gyangu?)
8 1962 Machiko Hasegawa Sazae-san
9 1963 Mitsuo Mutsuura for reportage on copper-plate engraving
10 1964 Hidetoshi Umeda Asahi Graph (朝日グラフ Asahi Gurafu?) (series)
11 1965 Yōsuke Inoue for his nonsense manga
12 1966 Sanpei Satō Asakaze-kun (アサカゼ君?) and Fuji Santarō (フジ三太郎?)
Kazu Kuroiwa Eye for Eye
13 1967 Keiichi Makino Keiichi Makino Manga Collection (牧野圭一漫画集 Makino Keiichi Manga Shū?)
14 1968 Kō Kojima Nihon no Kaa-chan (日本のおかあちゃん?) and 7-8=1
15 1969 Makoto Wada for his illustrative likenesses
Yoshiji Suzuki for his period manga and adult manga
16 1970 Sadao Shōji Tanma-kun (タンマ君?) and Shin Manga Bungaku Senshū (新漫画文学全集?)
17 1971 Shōji Yamafuji Chūshō (抽象?), Erotopia (エロトピア?), and Sesō Aburidashi (世相あぶり出し?)
Shigehisa Sunagawa Yoraba Kiru (寄らば斬る?), Jūbē (ジュウベー?), and Tempura Western (テンプラウエスタン?)
18 1972 Fujio Akatsuka Tensai Bakabon (天才バカボン?)
Kunihiko Hisa War: The Manga Annals of the Pacific Ocean (戦争-漫画太平洋戦史 Sensō: Manga Taiheiyō Senshi?)
19 1973 Noboru Baba Baku-san (バクさん?) and 11-biki no Neko to Ahōdori (11ぴきのねことあほうどり?)
Haruo Kobayashi Hitokuchi Manga (ヒトクチ漫画?)
20 1974 Yū Takita Enka Kyōkyakkei (怨歌橋百景?) and others
Tokū Ogura Manga Postcard Gallery (マンガはがきギャラリー Manga Hagaki Gyararī?)
21 1975 Osamu Tezuka Buddha (ブッダ Budda?) and Dōbutsu Tsurezure Sō (動物つれづれ草?)
Ryūzan Aki Qh Jarīzu! (Qhジャリーズ!?) and Nohhohon-san (ノッホホン氏?)
22 1976 Shunji Sonoyama Gyātoruzu (ギャートルズ?) and others
Hideo Takeda Monmon (もんもん?)
23 1977 Shigeo Fukuda for humor manga derived from home life and toys
Takao Kusahara Midnight Lullaby (真夜中の子守歌 Mayonaka Komoriuta?) and others
24 1978 Mad Amano for his parody works combining photos with drawings
Masahiro Nikaidō Nikaidō Masahiro Ten (二階堂正宏展?) and others
25 1979 Taku Furukawa The Takun Humor (ザ・タクン・ユーモア Za Takun Yūmoa?)
Akiyoshi Shimazoe Ugoku Illust - Mokuzō Omocha (動くイラスト・木造玩具?)
Gajin Tokuno Furenzokutai (不連続体?)
26 1980 Shinsuke Maekawa Nakamachi Ginza Shōtengai (中町銀座商店街?)
27 1981 Ajin Noda Paper Illustration (ペーパーイラストレーション Pēpā Irasutorēshon?)
Tsunemi Kudō Tsupparasāru Gakuen (ツッパラサール学園?)
28 1982 Shin Yamada for his political cartoons and other works
Yamato Suzuki Ai MY Tenrankai (哀MY展覧会?)
Masashi Ueda Furiten-kun, Masashi-kun (まさし君?), and Kariage-kun (かりあげクン?)
29 1983 Yasuji Tanioka for his nonsense and gag manga
Iwao Hashimoto Dotera Neko (どてらネコ?)
30 1984 Haruo Takahashi Iwayuru Hitotsu no Chō-san Shugi (いわゆるひとつのチョーさん主義?) and Hyōkin Channel (ひょうきんチャンネル Hyōkin Channeru?)
Tokutarō Chiba Itoshi no Tanaka Kakuei-sama (いとしの田中角栄さま?) and Hyōryū (漂流?)
31 1985 Hisaichi Ishii for his nonsense manga
Sō Nishimura Sarari-kun (サラリ君?)
32 1986 No award given
33 1987 Seizō Watase Phillip, P.I. (私立探偵フィリップ Shiritsu Tantei Firippu?)
Shigeki Andō Yacchan no Kachi! (ヤッちゃんの勝ち!?)
34 1988 Hinako Sugiura Fūryū Edo Suzume (風流江戸雀?)
35 1989 Katsuhiko Hotta Obatarian
36 1990 Satoshi Kozuki Parano Tengoku (パラノ天国?)
Kojirō Buttama Gerira (ぶったまゲリラ?)
37 1991 Sensha Yoshida Utsurun Desu. (伝染るんです。?)
38 1992 Hisashi Eguchi Hisashi Eguchi's Dynamite Dinner Show (江口寿史の爆発ディナーショー Eguchi Hisashi no Bakuhatsu Dinā Shō?)
Tatsuya Nakazaki Problem Salaryman (問題サラリーMAN Mondai Sarariman?)
39 1993 No award given
40 1994 Keisuke Yamashina C-class Salaryman Course (C級さらりーまん講座 Shīkyū Sarariman Kōza?) and Chūryū Zukan (中流図鑑?)
41 1995 Miki Tori Tōku e Ikitai (遠くへいきたい?)
42 1996 Eiko Kera Atashin'chi
Mitsuru Yaku Yaku Mitsuru no Sanmen Manga (やくみつるの三面マンガ?) and Oni no Yaku Medama (オニのやく目玉?)
43 1997 Hiroshi Kurogane Shinsengumi (新撰組?)
Rieko Saibara Bokunchi (ぼくんち?) [3]
44 1998 Sunao Hari for his illustrative likenesses
Tsuyoshi Ōhashi Kaishain no Melody
45 1999 Yoshihiro Koizumi Buddha and Shittaka Buddha (ブッダとシッタカブッダ Budda to Shittaka Budda?)
Q.B.B. Junior High Student Diary (中学生日記 Chūgakusei Nikki?)
46 2000 Kotobuki Shiriagari Jiji Oyaji 2000 (時事おやじ2000?) and Yuruyuru Oyaji (ゆるゆるおやじ?)
Nawoki Karasawa Dennōen (電脳炎?)
47 2001 Dragon Odawara Kogal Sushi (コギャル寿司 Kogyaru Sushi?)
Akihiro Kikuchi Mekappi Kibochimaru (メカッピキポチ丸?)

Sources:[1][2]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b c 文藝春秋漫画賞(47回までで終了) (in Japanese). Yahoo!ブックス. Retrieved 2008-07-20. 
  3. ^ "◆西原理恵子インタビュー◆サイバラが行く" (in Japanese). Shogakukan Big Comic. Retrieved 2008-07-20.