Japan Cartoonists Association Award

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Japan Cartoonists Association Award
日本漫画家協会賞
Awarded for Manga
Country Japan
First awarded 1972
Official website www.nihonmangakakyokai.or.jp/award.php

The Japan Cartoonists Association Award (日本漫画家協会賞 Nihon Mangaka Kyōkai Shō?) is an annual award for manga, sponsored by the Japan Cartoonists Association. The awards began in 1972.

Recipients[edit]

Year Grand Award Excellence Award Special Award Minister of Education, Science and Technology Award Effort Award
1972 Doubutsu Manga Hyakka, Yasuo Yoshitomi n/a n/a n/a Nippon Genjin Donaishōntoropusu, Hideo Kiso
Hito Kui Gyo, Yoshihiro Tatsumi
1973 Uchusen Noa, Kunio Hatakeda Mimoza Yashiki de Tsukamaete, Yumiko Ōshima
Ichiren no Taburo Sakuhin, Kouji Nakajima
Sokkuri, Sunao Hari
Doraemon, Fujiko Fujio
Watashi no Yosei Tachi, Keiichiro Makino
n/a n/a n/a
1974 Genroku Yujoden, Toku Yano Hibiscus Erotic, Ryū Kumita

Manga no Obento Hako, Shinji Nagashima

Senzo wo Tazunete Okuman nen, Akio Itō

Ano Musume wa dare, Kazuko Makino Hisho no Onna, Miyako Maki

Aru Fuzoku Emaki, Kenro Endo
1975 Hamahiru kao, Taku Kiriko Sharibari Ten, Takeo Iwata

Tsuruhime ja, Yoshiko Tsuchida

Black Jack, Osamu Tezuka[1] Nihon no Matsuri, Isao Hirano
1976 Matagi, Takao Yaguchi Shuppatsu Shinko Suru, Shōji Izumi

Irodori no koro, Mutsumi Tsukumo

1977 Hoku ni Somou Hibi Areba, Teruo Yamamura Chiisana Koi no Monogatari, Chikako Mitsuhashi Notari Matsutarō, Tetsuya Chiba

Ganbare Gonbe, Shunji Sonoyama

1978 Dobutsu Shiriizu, Hisako Tamura Den'en Misuterii, Mitsuru Shima

Modotte Kuta Mushi tachi, Kōji Kondō

Leiji Matsumoto for his various science fiction works
1979 Hyakubaka, Ryūchi Yokoyama Shiki no jo iro Irogami, Takeshi Nakazawa

Pikora-pikora, Haruko Tachiiri Yuka ina Futari, Aōni Yamane Hachi Purasu Mugen dai, Uno Kamakiri

1980 n/a Moon Nonsense, Minori Tanaka

Kimama na ongakka tachi, Hiromi Ōnishi

Personal exhibition by Reiko Okuda

Orpheus no Mado, Riyoko Ikeda

Fumio Matsuyama's World, Fumio Matsuyama
1981 n/a Big Comic no Kyoshi, Shūichi Higurashi

Mandara Oku no Ryōta, Jun Hatanaka

INRI and Domu, Katsuhiro Otomo

Maigo, Tokotaro Chiba

Aquarium X, Kyohiko Morimoto

1982 n/a Zettai Anzen Kamisori, Fumiko Takano

Emaki ehon Kawa, Kazuo Maekawa 1 koma 1/2 the Family of Manga, Kenji Morita Pari to Nekoto, Kōichi Namekawa Habu tori, Kenshin Shinzato

Manga Shounen shi, Hiro Terada
1983 Kai de miro Nihon sutorippu shi, Sanichi Onozawa 1 Chōme no Tora Yoshi, Sekko Yamada

Antaga Nikui, Mikio Igarashi Fuke Batobuyona, Makoto Ayuzawa

Fushizu Manga kan, Shōryō Inomata
1984 Yūmoa Kejime Shōkōgun, Kōichi Nishimura Gassō, Hinako Sugiura

Hayami Sora Manga Shū, Sora Hayami

Nihon Nonbiri Ryokō, Reiji Aki
1985 Kaida Masano no āban sekai, by Masano Kaida Girishia Shinwa, by Mariko Bamine

Enbanusagi, Kishi Adachi

Omokage no Onna, Yukio Sugiura
1986 Ichiro Ninja Kō, Ichirō Tominaga Miharashiga oka Nite, Yōko Kondō

Yūmoa Pasutā Shū, Takashi Akiyama Gyōza Tokuhon, Katsumi Yamasaki

Isao Shimizu, for his work on the research of modern manga
1987 Uramachi Serenāde, Yū Takita Dagashiya Furi Nigao Katarogu, Yoshihito Sekine

Tori Shinwa, Hisanori Iwamoto Sei 14 Gurafitii, Taeko Watanabe

Ryōsuke Nasu for 50 years as a manga artist
1988 Cartoon Guide to the Japanese Economy, Shotaro Ishinomori Shokugo no Dokuyaku; Shokunin Momo Zukushi and other illustrated collections, by Hideo Takeda

Manga 5-7-5, Okaoni Yamane

Fukushi Manga Minna ii hito, Aki Tatsuyama
1989 n/a Ago Bāchan, Toshiko Ueda

Yake ato no Genki-kun, Kenichi Kitami

Ichiren no Komikku Sakuhin, Eiko Hanamura

Shōnen no hi, Yūji Andō

Zheng Xin Yao Manga Selection, by Zheng Xin Yao
1990 Anpanman, Takashi Yanase Okamehachimoku, Nanae Sasaya

Hito komawārudo, Masashi Fukano

Hat Cat But, Parco Maeda (マエダ パルコ)

Namuji, Yoshikazu Yasuhiko

Osamu Tezuka (posthumously), for helping build modern manga
1991 Cartoon Collection, Feconippon Arukasaru - Ōjō, Yasuko Aoike

Annyamonnya, Shinichirō Nozaki Sangokushi, Mitsuteru Yokoyama

East Chou Dynasty Hero Legend, Chen Uen (鄭問)

Kabuki Bunraku ni Yosete, Sono Enoki Sazae-san, Machiko Hasegawa
1992 Gokuraku chō Itchōme, by Masahiro Nikaidō Shin Naru Mono Dangai, Fumiko Sone

Koko dake no Futari!!, Hiromi Morishita

Boku to Furio to Kōtei de and I Kai Roku, Daijirō Morohoshi Seiji Manga, Shin Yamada

Boku no Hosomichi, Tsunepei Shimura Ryūichi Yokoyama for contribution and achievement in manga culture
1993 Yō, kai! Kai?, Masaru Morozumi Office Chair Syndrome, Kazu Kuroiwa

Ink, Yoshihisa Hashi

Botchan no Jidai, Natsuo Sekikawa and Jiro Taniguchi

From the End of Darkness, Mutsumi Tsukumo

Nansensu ni Kakeru, Masayuki Mineshima Noboru Baba
1994 Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, Hayao Miyazaki Nansensu Supōtsu, Hiroshi Kasamatsu

E Nimaruzu, Masaki Katori

Hi no Ryōsen, Kayono Saeki

Qman, Commemmoration of the 45th Anniversary of the Founding of the Kyushu Cartoonists Association, the Kyushu Cartoonists Association Doraemon, Fujiko F. Fujio
1995 Manga Sunday Concert Expand, Kazuo Ozawa Round and Round Bye-bye Again, Chikai Tanaka

Glass Mask, Suzue Miuchi House of Acorns, Osamu Yamamoto

Katsuichi Nagai, for publishing the monthly manga magazine Garo for over 30 years Anpanman, Takashi Yanase
1996 n/a Highlights of Ikkyu, Hisashi Sakaguchi

Cartoon Corner, Seigō Sakai Man is Manure, Woman is Splendid, Yoshimi Numajiri 366 Days of the 20th Century, Masaru Hashimoto Peppermint Monogatari, Masayuki Mori

Hako e, Yukio Izumi Shigeru Mizuki for his yōkai manga
1997 Adagoru Beautiful Casket, Hiroshi Masumura AGON Recording Work and Social Conditions Manga, Hiroshi Kawarasaki

Echigo House Gold Coin, Misako Nachi

Nonkina Heitai, Hisatoshi Aoki Fujio Akatsuka
1998 n/a Weird woodblock-print man, Naoki Karasawa

New Town Old Town Tokyo Sketch, Tarō Suzuki

Songs of Hydrangea, Kurimaru Mori

Kinko's World, Kinko Ōyama Shotaro Ishinomori
1999 E de yomu Amidakyō, Miyotarō Sagawa Kobo-chan and Otoboke Kachō, Masashi Ueda

Patalliro!, Mineo Maya

Oi wa Tanoshi! Rōjin Manga Sengen, Yūji Nishizawa

Meiku no Sekai o Egaku, Mangaka no Ehon no Kai

Kuri-chan no Dōbutsuen Sanpo, Susumu Nemoto

Mappira-kun (Mr. No Way), Yoshirō Katō
2000 n/a Mr. Salary, Sō Nishimura

Echigo Arakawadō Yama, Kazumichi Ishizaka

The 'Henshin' Akiyoshi Sugimoto Manga Collection, Akiyoshi Sugimoto

Norakuro and other various works, Suihou Tagawa

Bōken Dankichi, Keizō Shimada

Ko Kojima
2001 Asatte-kun, Sadao Shōji

KochiKame, Osamu Akimoto

n/a GoGo Monster, Taiyō Matsumoto Tetsuya Chiba[2]
2002 Golgo 13, Takao Saito

Sanwari-kun, Yoshiji Suzuki

n/a Tadao Kimura Masako Watanabe
2003 Tasogare Ryūseigun, Kenshi Hirokane

Hisaichi Ishii

Cartoon 2003, Masafumi Kikuchi Sono Gyōseki, Takeshi Morikuma Toshiko Ueda
2004 Hanobano-kun (Mr. Faintly), Kimihiko Tsukuda

Say Hello to Black Jack, Shūhō Satō

n/a Inner Lane, Hirokazu Suzuki Mitsuteru Yokoyama
2005 My August 15th, by the My August 15 Association

Shissō Nikki, Hideo Azuma

Manga man reprint edition, Tokiwa Ōsaka

Daiji Kazumine, for a half century in the drawing industry with one large peak in two complete works

The Japanese Festival is Drawn Using Manga, Isao Hirano

Fujiko Fujio A.
2008[3] 20th Century Boys and 21st Century Boys, Naoki Urasawa
Hina-chan no Nichijō, Hiroko Minami
Alfheim no Kishi, Seika Nakayama Nazo no Mangaka: Sakai Shichima Den, Haruyuki Nakano
Manpu Hashizume
2009[4] Kamakura Monogatari, Ryohei Saigan
Seiji Manga, Yukiyoshi Tokoro
Children of the Sea, Daisuke Igarashi
2010[5] Shinya Shokudō, Yarō Abe
Twilight Hospital, Makoto Ayusawa
Takumi Nagayasu
2011[6] Help Man!, Riki Kusaka
Rakuga, Kamakiri Uno
Kōchi Prefecture Moto Hagio
2012[7] One Piece, Eiichiro Oda
Nekodarake Nice, Kimuchi Yokoyama
Kyoto International Manga Museum Keiko Takemiya
2013[8] Shizukanaru Don, Tatsuo Nitta Kyou mo Ii Tenki, Osamu Yamamoto
Pendulum, Tekken
Hiroshi Hirata
2014[9] Asari-chan, Mayumi Muroyama Fuichin Tsaichen!, Motoka Murakami Manmaru Danchi and Nonki Toori, Shige Oda Kenji Morita

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Japanese Cartoonists' Association Awards". www.hahnlibrary.net. Retrieved 2016-09-19. 
  2. ^ "CHIBA Tetsuya". chibapro.co.jp. Retrieved 2016-09-19. 
  3. ^ "37th Japan Cartoonist Awards Announced". Anime News Network. 10 May 2008. Retrieved 15 May 2014. 
  4. ^ "38th Japan Cartoonist Awards Announced". Anime News Network. 8 May 2009. Retrieved 15 May 2014. 
  5. ^ "39th Japan Cartoonist Awards Announced". Anime News Network. 7 May 2010. Retrieved 15 May 2014. 
  6. ^ "40th Japan Cartoonist Awards Honor Moto Hagio". Anime News Network. 10 May 2011. Retrieved 15 May 2014. 
  7. ^ "One Piece, Keiko Takemiya Win 41st Japan Cartoonist Awards". Anime News Network. 11 May 2012. Retrieved 15 May 2014. 
  8. ^ "Shizukanaru Don Wins 42nd Japan Cartoonist Awards". Anime News Network. 11 May 2013. Retrieved 15 May 2014. 
  9. ^ "Asari-chan Shojo Gag Manga Wins 42nd Japan Cartoonist Awards". Anime News Network. 13 May 2014. Retrieved 15 May 2014. 

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