Yūichi Sasamoto

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Yūichi Sasamoto
笹本 祐一
Born (1963-02-18) February 18, 1963 (age 52)
Nationality Japanese
Occupation Science fiction writer

Yūichi Sasamoto (笹本 祐一 Sasamoto Yūichi?, born February 18, 1963) is a Japanese science fiction writer who won Seiun Awards for Hoshi no Pilot 2:Suiseikari, Ariel (novel series)[1][2] and also for three non-fiction volumes, Passport to the Universe.[3][4] He also co-wrote the film Venus Wars with Yoshikazu Yasuhiko. His work Miniskirt Pirates was adapted into an anime television series in 2012.[5]

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