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Mizuki Kawashita(河下 水希,Kawashita Mizuki?, born August 30, 1971, in Shizuoka, Japan) is a female Japanese manga artist, best known for her work Strawberry 100% which was published by Shueisha. During the early part of her career, she wrote and illustrated under the pen nameMikan Momokuri(桃栗 みかん,Momokuri Mikan?). Her first public work was a doujinshi called Innocent in 1993. Kawashita's longest running manga series, a romantic comedy called Strawberry 100%, was adapted into a 13-episode anime television series which premiered in Japan in 2005 and spawned a set of original video animation episodes. Another series, First Love Limited, was adapted into a twelve episode anime television series which ran in 2009. Other works include Lilim Kiss, Akane-chan overdrive and Ane Doki