Izumi Kyōka Prize for Literature

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Izumi Kyōka Prize for Literature (泉鏡花文学賞, Izumi Kyouka Bungaku Shou) is a prize for literature in Japan named for Kyōka Izumi.[1] It was established and started in 1973 to commemorate the 100th year since the birth of Kyōka Izumi. Kanazawa city, where Izumi was born, organizes this prize.

List of Prize-winning works[edit]

First to 10th[edit]

11th to 20th[edit]

21st to 30th[edit]

  • 21st (1993) : Michiko Yoshimoto Mofuku no ko (喪服の子)
  • 22nd (1994) : no winning works
  • 23rd (1995) : Tsuji Akira Yume no hōi (夢の方位)
  • 24th (1996) : Miri Yū Full House (フルハウス, Furu hausu), Eimi Yamada Animal logic (アニマル・ ロジック, Animaru rojikku)
  • 25th (1997) : Tomomi Muramatsu Kamakura no obasan (鎌倉のおばさん), Natsuhiko Kyōgoku Warau Iemon (嗤う伊右衛門)
  • 26th (1998) : Seiko Tanabe Dōton-bori no ame ni wakarete irai nari - Senryū sakka Suifu Kishimoto to sono jidai (道頓堀の雨に別れて以来なり──川柳作家・岸本水府とその時代)
  • 27th (1999) : Tomoko Yoshida Hako no otto (箱の夫), Suehiro Tanemura Tanemura Suehiro no neo rabirintosu "Gensō no erosu" (種村季弘のネオ・ラビリントス「幻想のエロス」, Tanemura Suehiro no Neo-Labyrinthos "gensō no eros") and other work(s)
  • 28th (2000) : Yōko Tawara Hinagiku no ocha no baai (ヒナギクのお茶の場合)
  • 29th (2001) : Teruhiko Kuze Shōshōkan nichiroku (蕭々館日録), Shōno Yoriko Yūkai morimusume? imon? (幽界森娘異聞)
  • 30th (2002) : Akiyuki Nosaka "Bundan" oyobi sore ni itaru bungyō (「文壇」およびそれに至る文業)

31st to 40th[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ In principle, one work is chosen and awarded. There are exceptions, however.

References[edit]