Hitonari Tsuji

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Hitonari Tsuji (辻 仁成 Tsuji Hitonari?, born October 4, 1959) is a Tokyo-born Japanese writer, composer, and film director. In his film and singing work he uses the name Jinsei Tsuji, an alternative reading of the Japanese writing of his name. He debuted as a writer in 1989. His films include Hotoke (ほとけ?) (2001) and Filament (フイラメント?) (2001).

Life[edit]

His former wife is Japanese actress Kaho Minami, but the two have divorced. His second wife was Japanese actress Miho Nakayama. In 2003, he and his wife moved to France. They were divorced in 2014.

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Novels (Japanese edition)[edit]

  • Pianissimo (1990)
  • Cloudy (1990)
  • Kai no Omochyabako (1991)
  • Tabibito no Ki (1992)
  • Fragile (1992)
  • Glasswool no Shiro (1993)
  • Hahanaru Nagi to Chichinaru Zika (1994)
  • Open house (1994)
  • Ai ha Pride yori tsuyoku (1995)
  • Passagio (1995)
  • Sabita Sekai no Guidebook (1995)
  • Newton no Ringo (1996)
  • Antinoise (1996)
  • Kyō no Kimochi (1996)
  • Kaikyō no Hikari (1997)
  • Ai no Kumen (1997)
  • Hakufutsu (1997)
  • Wild Flower (1998)
  • Sennenn Tabibito (1999)
  • Reisei to Zyonetu no Aida Blue (1999)
  • Shitto no Kaori (2000)
  • Ai wo kudasai (2000)
  • Sayonara Itsuka (2001)
  • Koisuru tame ni umareta (2001)
  • Taiyō Machi (2001)
  • Mokka no Koibito (2002)
  • Ai to Eien no Aoisora (2002)
  • Kanojo wa Uchyūfuku wo kitenemuru (2002)
  • O'keeffe no Koibito Ozwald no Tsuioku (2003)
  • 99sai made ikita Akanbō (2003)
  • Ima Kono Syunkan Aishiterutoiukoto (2003)
  • Katana (2004)
  • Daihitsy Ya (2004)
  • Koufuku na Ketsumatsu (2005)
  • Acacia Ashita no Yakusoku (2005)
  • Yada to Iiyo (2005)
  • Ai no atoni Kurumono (2006)
  • Pianissimo Pianissimo (2007)
  • Hito ha Omoide ni nomi shittosuru (2007)
  • Ugan (2008)
  • Madam to Okusama (2009)
  • Mokka no Koibito (2009)
  • Dahlia (2009)
  • Acacia no Hana no sakidasukoro Acacia (2009)
  • Kuroe to Enzō (2010)

Novels (English edition)[edit]

  • Pianissimo by Hitonari Tsuji, translated by Rebecca Clare Lindsay, Shueisha Inc.1992 ISBN 978-4-08-749812-7

Awards[edit]

  • 1989 — Subaru Literary Prize (Shueisha), Pianissimo
  • 1996 — Akutagawa Prize, The Light from the Strait (Kaikyō no hikari)
  • 1999 — Femina Prize (Prix Femina Étranger), Le Bouddha blanc (The White Buddha, 白仏)

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