Haruka Fukushima

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Haruka Fukushima (フクシマ ハルカ Fukushima Haruka?) is a Japanese shōjo manga artist.[1] She made her manga debut in 1999 in Nakayoshi magazine with her award-winning Sakuranbo Kiss. She considers Otona ni Nuts (Instant Teen: Just Add Nuts) to be her masterpiece. Other works include Ai Ga Nakucha Ne!, Bibitte Mu-cho, Cherry Juice, Kedamono Damono, Fortune☆Cake, Young Mermaid, AAA and more recently Orange Planet, Kimi No Neiro, and Animal Official. All of them are or were published in Nakayoshi.


  1. ^ "Manga Artists Unite in Dojinshi Book for Quake Charity". Anime News Network. 15 March 2011. Retrieved 15 September 2011. 

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