Hideji Oda

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Hideji Oda (小田ひで次, Oda Hideji, born 1962 in Iwate Prefecture, Japan [1]) is a Japanese manga artist associated with the Nouvelle manga movement. His book A Patch of Dreams has been translated into English by Fanfare/Ponent Mon. His manga Miyori no Mori has been turned into an anime television film.


  • A Diffusion Disease (2 volumes, Kodansha Afternoon, 1995, 1998)
  • Coo's World (2 volumes, Kodansha Afternoon, 2000)
  • Miyori no Mori (1 volume, Akita Shoten, 2005)
  • A Patch of Dreams (1 volume, Asuka Shinsha, 2005 - sequel to Coo's World)
  • Miyori no Mori no Shiki (1 volume, Akita Shoten, 2007)


  1. ^ [1] official site (in Japanese)

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