Mitsuo Hashimoto (manga artist)

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Mitsuo Hashimoto
Born (1955-11-05) November 5, 1955 (age 61)
Sayama city, Saitama Prefecture, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Occupation manga artist

Mitsuo Hashimoto (はしもと みつお or 橋本 光男?, Hashimoto Mitsuo, born 5 November 1955 in Sayama, Saitama Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese manga artist. After winning an honorable mention at the 11th Tezuka Awards in 1976 for his work Mīnya no Negai,[1] he made his professional debut the following year in a special issue of Weekly Shōnen Jump with his work The Two Are Rivals (二人はライバル?, Futari wa Raibaru). Since that time, he has published works in a variety of Shogakukan shōnen and seinen manga magazines.

His definitive works include Tsukiji Uogashi Sandaime (art) and Itsumo Hōkago. Manga artist Hidenori Hara was his assistant for a time. Hashimoto was the assistant for Motoka Murakami for a time.

Works[edit]

All works are published by Shogakukan unless otherwise indicated.

References[edit]

  1. ^ 手塚賞・赤塚賞 歴代受賞者リスト (in Japanese). 2005-01-12. Retrieved 2009-03-25.