Yū Yabūchi

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Yū Yabūchi
Born (1969-12-01) 1 December 1969 (age 44)
Nishinomiya, Hyogo, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Occupation Manga artist
Website
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Yū Yabūchi (やぶうち 優 Yabūchi Yū?, born in 1 December 1969 in Nishinomiya) is a Japanese manga artist who specializes in shōjo manga. Yū Yabuchi's most famous works are Mizuiro Jidai, Shōjo-Shōnen, and Naisho no Tsubomi. The main focus of her manga are the emotional and psychological growth of pre-teen girls and boys and early romances between them. Her works are popular among pre-teen and teenage girls. She received the 2009 Shogakukan Manga Award for children's manga for Naisho no Tsubomi.[1]

Her favorites subjects to draw are trains and birds (especially the Java Sparrow).

Works[edit]

  • Ani-Com
  • Chiko no Negai
  • Dolly Kanon
  • EVE Shōjo no Tamago
  • Hatsukoi Shinan
  • Hitohira no Koi ga Furu
  • Karen
  • Kimi ga Mai Orite Kita
  • Kimi ni Straight
  • Koi wo Kanaderu Kisetsu
  • Mahochū!
  • Midori no Tsubasa
  • Mizuiro Jidai
  • Naisho no Tsubomi
  • Ocharakahoi
  • Ojōsama ni wa Kanawanai
  • Onegai! Maruchi-kun
  • Pure Pure
  • Shōjo Shōnen
  • Tonda Shinkiroku

References[edit]

  1. ^ "54th Shogakukan Manga Award Winners Announced". Anime News Network. 21 January 2009. Retrieved 22 January 2009. 

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