Cocoa Fujiwara

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Cocoa Fujiwara
Born (1983-04-28)April 28, 1983
Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan
Died March 31, 2015(2015-03-31) (aged 31)
Nationality Japanese
Area(s) Manga artist
Notable works

Cocoa Fujiwara (藤原 ここあ Fujiwara Kokoa?, April 28, 1983 – March 31, 2015[1]) was a Japanese manga author and illustrator from Fukuoka Prefecture. Her debut was with a work called Calling, which she made when she was only fifteen. She chose not to go to high school so that she could draw manga. Fujiwara was a fan of RPGs such as Final Fantasy, which shows in her works. She was also good friends of Jun Mochizuki and Yana Toboso.

Fujiwara's works Watashi no Ookami-san and Dear have both been published in Square Enix's Monthly Gangan Wing. Two drama CDs have been made of her work Dear. Fujiwara's manga Inu x Boku SS was adapted into an anime series by David Production which aired in Japan between January and March 2012. At the time of her death, she was serializing her manga Katsute Mahō Shōjo to Aku wa Tekitai Shiteita. in Square Enix's Gangan Joker online magazine, leaving the series unfinished.



  • Calling
  • Stray Doll
  • Watashi no Ookami-san
  • Dear
  • Ojō-sama to Yōkai Shitsuji (お嬢様と妖怪執事?)
  • Inu x Boku SS[2]
  • Katsute Mahō Shōjo to Aku wa Tekitai Shiteita. (かつて魔法少女と悪は敵対していた。?)

Drama CDs[edit]

  • Dear
  • Dear: A story of the next day


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