Michiyo Akaishi

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Michiyo Akaishi
赤石 路代
Born (1959-10-11) October 11, 1959 (age 57)
Urawa, Saitama, Japan
Area(s) Manga artist
Awards 1994 Shogakukan Manga Award for children's manga
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Michiyo Akaishi (赤石 路代, Akaishi Michiyo?, born October 11, 1959 in Urawa) is a Japanese manga artist.[1] She graduated from Saitama Prefectural Dai-Ichi Girls High School. Akaishi then attended Musashino Art University where she graduated with a degree in commercial plastic model design. In 1979, she won first place in the Shogakukan Shinjin Comic Award contest.

Akaishi's debut story, Marshmallow Tea wa Hitori de, appeared in the January 1980 issue of Bessatsu Shōjo Comic.[1] Her story, One More Jump , won the 1994 Shogakukan Manga Award for children's manga.[2][3] She was one of the judges for the 53rd Shogakukan Manga Awards in 2008.[4]

Works[edit]

Title Year Notes Refs[5][6][7][8]
Moete Miko (燃えてMIKO?, Burning Miko) 1982 Published by Shogakukan FC, 4 volumes
Alpen Rose 1983–86 Serialized in Ciao
Published by Shogakukan FC, 9 volumes
6-byou no 9-gatsu (6秒の9月?, Of 6 seconds in september) 1984 Published by Shogakukan FC, in Michie of Sentimental Love Vol. 1
Supākuringu sutorīto (スパークリング ストリート?, Sparkling Street) 1984 Published by Shogakukan FC, in Michie of Sentimental Love Vol. 2; Judy Comic, 1 volume
Naisho no Half Moon (ja:ないしょのハーフムーン?) 1985 Published by Shogakukan FC, published in 6 volumes
Andasutadi (アンダースタディー?, Under study) 1985 Published by Shogakukan FC, in Michie of Sentimental Love Vol. 3
Kyatchi 30-byō (キャッチ30秒?, Catch 30 seconds) 1986 Published by Shogakukan FC, part of Michie of Sentimental Love Vol. 4
Hime 100% (姫100%?, Princess 100%, aka "Super Girl") 1987 Published by Shogakukan FC, 4 volumes
Arudo no a (ja:「あると」の「あ」?, "Alto" and "A", A of Alto) 1989 Published by Shogakukan FC, 4 volumes
Ten yori mo Hoshi yori mo (天よりも星よりも?, Rather than star than heaven) 1989 Published by Shogakukan FC, in 8 volumes
Fushigi no Rin (ふ・し・ぎのRIN?, Rin in wonderland) 1990 Published by Shogakukan FC, 6 volumes
ja:P.A.: Private Actress 1992 Published by Shogakukan FC, 8 volumes
Published by Flower Comics Puchikomi, 9 volumes
[9][4]
ja:Saint 1992 Published by Kadokawa Shoten Asuka Comics, 5 vols.
Asutarisuku (アスターリスク?, Asterisk) 1992 Published by Shogakukan FC, 2 volumes
Wan moa janpu (ワン・モア・ジャンプ?, One More Jump) 1993 1994 Shogakukan Manga Award for children's manga
Published by Shogakukan FC, 9 volumes
News 6:30 1996 Published by Shogakukan paperback, 1 volume; Puchikomi 95/6
ame no niau heya (雨の似合う部屋?, Room look good rain) 1996 Published by Shogakukan FC, 1 volume
Fearedi wa namida wo nagasu (フェアレディは涙を流す?, Fair Lady shed tears) 1997 Published by Shogakukan paperback, 1 volume
Yoru ga Owaranai (夜がおわらない?, It does not end the night) 1997 Published by Shogakukan paperback, 2 volumes
Published by Chao Flower Comics, 3 volumes
ja:Silent Eye 1997 Published by Shogakukan FC, 6 volumes
Eien kamo shirenai (永遠かもしれない?, Perhaps Forever) 1998 Published by Shogakukan FC, in 8 volumes
Alexander Daiou - Tenjou no Oukoku (アレクサンダー大王 ~天上の王国~?, Alexander the Great – Kingdom) 1998 serialized in Rinka magazine
Published by Shogakukan FCα, 2 volumes
Published by Flower Comics, 3 volumes
[9]
Sutoroberīmūn (ストロベリームーン?, Strawberry Moon) 2000 Published by Shogakukan FC, 1 volume
Amakusa 1637 2001–06 Serialized in Flowers
Published by Shogakukan FC, 12 volumes
Shichou Tooyama Kyouka (市長遠山京香?, Mayor Kyoka Toyama) 2001–08 Serialized in Judy magazine
Published by Shogakukan FC, 8 volumes
Published by Judy Comics, 11 volumes
[10]
Dezāto sutōmu (デザート・ストーム?, Desert Storm) 2001 Published by Shogakukan FC, 1 volume
Shinema no teikoku (シネマの帝国?, Cinema Empire) 2002 Published by Shogakukan FC, 4 volumes
ja:Video J 2004 Published by Shogakukan FC, 1 volume Published by Puchikomi Flower Comics, 4 volumes
Akatsuki no Aria (ja:暁のARIA?) 2006–12 Serialized in Monthly Flowers magazine
Published by Shogakukan FC, 3 volumes
Published by Flower Comics 14 volumes
[11]
Faiyāon'ai (ファイヤーオンアイ?, Fire on eye) Published by Shogakukan FCα, 1 volume
Michiyo Akaishi The Best Collection (赤石路代 The Best Selection?) Published by Shogakukan FC Specials, 2 volumes
Keitai ga ochite ita ( ケータイが落ちていた?, Mobile had fallen) Published by Shogakukan FC, 1 volume, Sebunpīsu (セブンピース?, Seven piece)
Published in Flower Comics, 2 volumes
Doyōbi ni wa kitto ikukara (tanhenshū) (土曜日にはきっと行くから(短編集?, Surely from going (short stories)) Published by Shogakukan paperback, 1 volume
Ashita watashi ni korosareru (明日・わたしに・殺される?, Be killed to tomorrow I) Novel, Published by Shogakukan palette paperback
Naoya L-R Novel, Published by Shogakukan paperback
Mitsurugi (ミツルギ?)
Illustrations for novel authored by Junki Takegami;,
Published by Shogakukan palette paperback
Ten'noshinwachinoeien (天の神話地の永遠?, Eternal Heaven of Mythology Land) Published by Akita Shoten Bonita Comics, 4 volumes
Published Bonita Comics, 10 volumes
Angel Trumpet ( エンジェル・トランペット?) Published in Flower Comics alpha, 7 volumes

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