Shogakukan Manga Award

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Shogakukan Manga Award
小学館漫画賞
Awarded for manga
Country  Japan
First awarded 1956
Official website www.shogakukan.co.jp/mangasho/

The Shogakukan Manga Award (小学館漫画賞 Shōgakukan Mangashō?) is one of Japan's major manga awards, sponsored by Shogakukan Publishing. It has been awarded annually for serialized manga since 1955 and features candidates from a number of publishers.

The current award categories are:

  • Children's (児童向け部門 Jidō muke bumon?)
  • Boy's (少年向け部門 Shōnen muke bumon?)
  • Girl's (少女向け部門 Shōjo muke bumon?)
  • General (一般向け部門 Ippan muke bumon?)

Initially, there was only one general award. In 1976, the General category was introduced.[1] The Boy's/Girl's category was introduced in 1980[citation needed], then split in 1984 into separate Boy's and Girl's awards.[1] The Children's category was introduced in 1982.[1] From 1976 to 1989, the General category was called the Seinen/General category (青年一般向け部門 Seinen ippan muke bumon?).

Special awards are also occasionally given out for outstanding work, lifetime achievement, and so forth.

Recipients[edit]

The laureates were awarded for comics published during the years listed in the table. However, the laureates were not presented and the prizes weren't given out until the beginning of the following year. The prizes are often referred to by the numbers listed below instead of the years.

# Year General Shōnen (Boys) Shōjo (Girls) Children
1 1955 Būtan, Noboru Baba No specific award given No specific award given No specific award given
2 1956 Oyama no Kaba-chan, Eijo Ishida
3 1957 Manga Seminar on Biology and Biiko-chan, Osamu Tezuka
4 1958 Little Black Sambo and Shiawase no Ōji, Tarō Senba
5 1959 Korisu no Pokko, Jirō Ōta
Bonko-chan and Fuichin-san, Toshiko Ueda (tie)
6 1960 No award given
7 1961 Science-kun no Sekai Ryokō, Reiji Aki
8 1962 Susume Roboketto and Tebukuro Tecchan, Fujio Fujiko
9 1963 Fight Sensei and Stop! Nii-chan, Hisashi Sekitani
10 1964 Osomatsu-kun, Fujio Akatsuka
11 1965 Paki-chan to Ganta, Kazuo Maekawa
12 1966 No award given
13 1967 Sabu to Ichi Torimono Hikae, Shotaro Ishinomori
14 1968 Animal 1 and Inakappe Taishō, Noboru Kawasaki
15 1969 Fire!, Hideko Mizuno
16 1970 Glass no Shiro, Masako Watanabe
Gag Ojisan and Oya Baka Tengoku, Ryuzan Aki (tie)
17 1971 Hana Ichimonme, Shinji Nagashima
Minashigo Hutch, Tatsuo Yoshida (tie)
18 1972 Tōchan no Kawaii Oyome-san and Hashire! Boro, Hiroshi Asuna
19 1973 Otoko Doahō Kōshien and Deba to Batto, Shinji Mizushima
20 1974 The Drifting Classroom, Kazuo Umezu
21 1975 Golgo 13, Takao Saito Poe no Ichizoku and They Were Eleven, Moto Hagio
22 1976 Abu-san, Shinji Mizushima Captain and Play Ball, Akio Chiba
Ganbare Genki, Yū Koyama (tie)
23 1977 Notari Matsutaro, Tetsuya Chiba Galaxy Express 999 and Senjo Manga Series, Leiji Matsumoto
24 1978 Haguregumo, George Akiyama Dame Oyaji, Mitsutoshi Furuya
25 1979 Tosa no Ippon Tsuri, Yūsuke Aoyagi To Terra... and Kaze to Ki no Uta, Keiko Takemiya
26 1980 Hakatakko Junjō and Gangaragan, Hōsei Hasegawa
Jarinko Chie, Etsumi Haruki (tie)
Urusei Yatsura, Rumiko Takahashi
27 1981 Sanchōme no Yūhi, Ryōhei Saigan Dr. Slump, Akira Toriyama Doraemon, Fujio Fujiko
28 1982 Tsuribaka Nisshi, Jūzō Yamasaki and Ken'ichi Kitami Miyuki and Touch, Mitsuru Adachi Game Center Arashi and Kon'nichiwa! Mi-com, Mitsuru Sugaya
29 1983 Hidamari no Ki, Osamu Tezuka Musashi no Ken, Motoka Murakami Kisshō Tennyo, Akimi Yoshida Panku Ponk, Haruko Tachiiri
30 1984 Human Crossing, Masao Yajima and Kenshi Hirokane Futari Daka and Area 88, Kaoru Shintani Yume no Ishibumi, Toshie Kihara Kinnikuman, Yudetamago
31 1985 Bokkemon, Takashi Iwashige Hatsukoi Scandal and Tobe! Jinrui II, Akira Oze Zenryaku: Milk House, Yumiko Kawahara Asari-chan, Mayumi Muroyama
32 1986 Oishinbo, Tetsu Kariya and Akira Hanasaki Ginga: Nagareboshi Gin, Yoshihiro Takahashi Purple Eyes in the Dark, Chie Shinohara Ganbare, Kickers!, Noriaki Nagai
33 1987 Hotel and Manga Nihon Keizai Nyumon, Shotaro Ishinomori Just Meet and Fuyu Monogatari, Hidenori Hara Boyfriend, Fuyumi Soryo Tsurupika Hagemaru, Shinbo Nomura
34 1988 Genji Monogatari, Miyako Maki B.B., Osamu Ishiwata Fancy Dance, Reiko Okano Obocchama-kun, Yoshinori Kobayashi
35 1989 Yawara!, Naoki Urasawa Ucchare Goshogawara, Tsuyoshi Nakaima Papa Told Me, Nanae Haruno Lovely Mari-chan, Kimiko Uehara
36 1990 F, Noboru Rokuda Mobile Police Patlabor, Masami Yūki Crest of the Royal Family, Chieko Hosokawa
Hajime-chan ga Ichiban!, Taeko Watanabe (tie)
Amaizo! Dango, Moo. Nenpei
37 1991 Kazoku no Shokutaku and Asunaro Hakusho, Fumi Saimon Ushio and Tora, Kazuhiro Fujita Makoto Call!, Kazuko Fujita Dojji Danpei, Tetsuhiro Koshita
38 1992 Okami-san, Ichimaru
Miyamoto kara Kimi e, Hideki Arai (tie)
Ghost Sweeper Mikami, Takashi Shiina
Yaiba, Gosho Aoyama (tie)
Basara, Yumi Tamura No award given
39 1993 Kaze no Daichi, Nobuhiro Sakata and Eiji Kazama YuYu Hakusho, Yoshihiro Togashi Bara no Tame ni, Akemi Yoshimura One More Jump, Michiyo Akaishi
40 1994 Bokkō, Hideki Mori Slam Dunk, Takehiko Inoue Baby and Me, Marimo Ragawa Ore wa Otoko Da! Kunio-kun, Kōsaku Anakubo
41 1995 Ron, Motoka Murakami
Gallery Fake and Tarō, Fujihiko Hosono (tie)
Major, Takuya Mitsuda Boys Over Flowers, Yoko Kamio Kocchi Muite! Miiko, Eriko Ono
42 1996 Gekka no Kishi, Junichi Nōjō Firefighter! Daigo of Fire Company M, Masahito Soda Kanon, Chiho Saito Midori no Makibaō, Tsunomaru
43 1997 Azumi, Yū Koyama Ganba! Fly High, Shinji Morisue and Hiroyuki Kikuta Ceres, Celestial Legend, Yuu Watase Ninpen Manmaru, Mikio Igarashi
44 1998 Aji Ichi Monme, Zenta Abe and Yoshimi Kurata Project ARMS, Kyoichi Nanatsuki and Ryōji Minagawa Angel Lip, Kiyoko Arai No award given
45 1999 No award given Monkey Turn, Katsutoshi Kawai
Hikaru no Go, Yumi Hotta and Takeshi Obata (tie)
Bara-Iro no Ashita, Ryo Ikuemi Taro the Space Alien, Yasunari Nagatoshi
46 2000 Monster, Naoki Urasawa Detective Conan, Gosho Aoyama
Cheeky Angel, Hiroyuki Nishimori (tie)
Red River, Chie Shinohara Seikimatsu Leader den Takeshi!, Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro
47 2001 Heat, Buronson and Ryoichi Ikegami InuYasha, Rumiko Takahashi Kaguyahime, Reiko Shimizu
Yasha, Akimi Yoshida (tie)
Pukupuku Natural Circular Notice, Sayuri Tatsuyama
48 2002 20th Century Boys, Naoki Urasawa Zatch Bell!, Makoto Raiku Nana, Ai Yazawa
Kaze Hikaru, Taeko Watanabe (tie)
Croket!, Manavu Kashimoto
49 2003 Dr. Koto Shinryojo, Takatoshi Yamada Yakitate!! Japan, Takashi Hashiguchi
Fullmetal Alchemist, Hiromu Arakawa (tie)
Love★Com, Aya Nakahara Mirmo!, Hiromu Shinozuka
50 2004 Team Medical Dragon, Tarō Nogizaka and Akira Nagai Bleach, Tite Kubo Sand Chronicles, Hinako Ashihara
We Were There, Yūki Obata (tie)
Sgt. Frog, Mine Yoshizaki
Grandpa Danger, Kazutoshi Soyama (tie)
51 2005 A Spirit of the Sun, Kaiji Kawaguchi
Rainbow - Nisha Rokubō no Shichinin, George Abe and Masasumi Kakizaki (tie)
Wild Life, Masato Fujisaki Sonnanja neyo, Kaneyoshi Izumi Animal Alley, Ryō Maekawa
52 2006 Bengoshi no Kuzu, Hideo Iura Kekkaishi, Yellow Tanabe 7 Seeds, Yumi Tamura Kirarin Revolution, An Nakahara
53 2007 Bambino!, Tetsuji Sekiya
Kurosagi, Takeshi Natsuhara and Kuromaru (tie)
Daiya no Ace, Yuji Terajima Boku no Hatsukoi o Kimi ni Sasagu, Kotomi Aoki Keshikasu-kun, Noriyuki Murase
54 2008 Gaku: Minna no Yama, Shin'ichi Ishizuka Cross Game, Mitsuru Adachi Black Bird, Kanoko Sakurakoji Naisho no Tsubomi, Yuu Yabuuchi
55 2009 Shinya Shokudō, Yarō Abe Sket Dance, Kenta Shinohara Machi de Uwasa no Tengu no Ko, Nao Iwamoto A Penguin's Troubles, Yūji Nagai
56 2010 Ushijima the Loan Shark, Manabe Shōhei
Uchū Kyōdai, Chūya Koyama
King Golf, Ken Sasaki and Masaki Tani Ōoku, Fumi Yoshinaga Yumeiro Patissiere, Natsumi Matsumoto
57 2011 Sakamichi no Apollon, Yūki Kodama Nobunaga Concerto, Ayumi Ishii Pin to Kona, Ako Shimaki Inazuma Eleven, Ten'ya Yabuno[2]
58 2012 I Am a Hero, Kengo Hanazawa Silver Spoon, Hiromu Arakawa Piece – Kanojo no Kioku, Hinako Ashihara Mysterious Joker, Hideyasu Takahashi[3]
59 2013 Mogura no Uta, Noboru Takahashi Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic, Shinobu Ohtaka Kanojo wa Uso o Aishisugiteru, Kotomi Aoki Zekkyō Gakkyū, Emi Ishikawa[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c 第51回 小学館漫画賞決定 Foundation for the Advancement of Juvenile Education in Japan (財団法人 日本児童振興財団) (Japanese)
  2. ^ "Inazuma Eleven, Apollon Win Shogakukan Manga Awards". Anime News Network. 2012-01-23. Retrieved 2012-01-23. 
  3. ^ "Silver Spoon, I Am a Hero Win Shogakukan Manga Awards". Anime News Network. 2013-01-24. Retrieved 2013-01-24. 
  4. ^ "Magi, Kano-Uso, Zekkyō Gakkyū Win Shogakukan Manga Awards". Anime News Network. January 21, 2014. Retrieved January 22, 2014. 

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