Japan Cartoonists Association Award

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Japan Cartoonists Association Award
日本漫画家協会賞
Awarded for manga
Country  Japan
First awarded 1972
Official website www.nihonmangakakyokai.or.jp/award.php

The Japan Cartoonists Association Award (日本漫画家協会賞 Nihon Mangaka Kyōkai Shō?) is an annual award for manga, sponsored by the Japan Cartoonists Association. The awards began in 1972.

Recipients[edit]

Year Grand Award Excellence Award Special Award Minister of Education, Science and Technology Award Promotion Award Effort Award
1972 Doubutsu Manga Hyakka, Yasuo Yoshitomi n/a n/a n/a Gurou, Miyotaro Sagawa Nippon Genjin Donaishōntoropusu, Hideo Kiso
Hito Kui Gyo, Yoshihiro Tatsumi
1973 Uchusen Noa, Kunio Hatakeda Mimoza Yashiki de Tsukamaete, Yumiko Ōshima
Ichiren no Taburo Sakuhin, Kouji Nakajima
Sokkuri, Sunao Hari
Doraemon, Fujiko Fujio
Watashi no Yosei Tachi, Keiichiro Makino
n/a n/a n/a n/a
2008[1] 20th Century Boys and 21st Century Boys, Naoki Urasawa
Hina-chan no Nichijō, Hiroko Minami
Alfheim no Kishi, Seika Nakayama Nazo no Mangaka: Sakai Shichima Den, Haruyuki Nakano
Manpu Hashizume
2009[2] Kamakura Monogatari, Ryohei Saigan
Seiji Manga, Yukiyoshi Tokoro
Children of the Sea, Daisuke Igarashi
2010[3] Shinya Shokudō, Yarō Abe
Twilight Hospital, Makoto Ayusawa
Takumi Nagayasu
2011[4] Help Man!, Riki Kusaka
Rakuga, Kamakiri Uno
Kōchi Prefecture Moto Hagio
2012[5] One Piece, Eiichiro Oda
Nekodarake Nice, Kimuchi Yokoyama
Kyoto International Manga Museum Keiko Takemiya
2013[6] Shizukanaru Don, Tatsuo Nitta Kyou mo Ii Tenki, Osamu Yamamoto
Pendulum, Tekken
Hiroshi Hirata
2014[7] Asari-chan, Mayumi Muroyama Fuichin Tsaichen!, Motoka Murakami Manmaru Danchi and Nonki Toori, Shige Oda Kenji Morita

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