Hinako Ashihara

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Hinako Ashihara
芦原妃名子
Born January 15
Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Area(s) Manga artist
Notable works
Sand Chronicles, Forbidden Dance
Awards 50th Shogakukan Manga Award for shōjo manga for Sand Chronicles

Hinako Ashihara (芦原 妃名子 Ashihara Hinako?, born January 15 in Hyogo, Japan) is a female Japanese manga artist. She wrote the manga Sand Chronicles, Forbidden Dance, "SOS," "Ten-nen Bitter Chocolate", Homemade Home, and "Chouchou Kumo (Butterfly Cloud)". Ashihara won the 50th Shogakukan Manga Award for her manga Sand Chronicles, as well as the 58th Shogakukan Manga Award for Piece – Kanojo no Kioku. Her first published work was "Sono hanashi okotowari shimasu" (That Sweet Organ Song) which premiered in Bessatsu Shōjo Comics in 1994 and is featured in SOS.[1]

Works[edit]

Girls Lesson (1995-1996)

Homemade Home (1996)

Room Full of Falling Stars (Hoshifuru Heya de) (1997)

Forbidden Dance (Tenshi no Kiss) (1997-1998)

Derby Queen (1999-2000)

MiSS (2000-2001)

Tennen Bitter Chocolate (2001-2002)

Pinky Promise (Yubikiri) (2002)

Bitter - Nakechau Koi Monogatari (2003) (contributor)

SOS (2003)

Sand Chronicles (Sunadokei) (2003-2006)

Bitter II (2004) (contributor)

Butterfly Cloud (Chouchou Kumo) (2006)

The Moon and the Lake (Tsuki to Mizuumi) (2007)

Konbini S (2008)

Piece - Kanojo no Kioku (2008–2013)

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.shojobeat.com/manga/san/bio.php