Takuya Mitsuda

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Takuya Mitsuda
Born (1965-06-17) June 17, 1965 (age 53)
Fukuyama City, Japan
Other names 満田拓也
Occupation Manga artist
Years active 1989–present
Employer Shogakukan
Notable work Major, Buyuden
Awards Shogakukan Newcomers Award (1982), Shogakukan Manga Award (1996)

Takuya Mitsuda (満田拓也, Mitsuda Takuya, born June 17, 1965) is a Japanese manga artist from Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture. He has published his works primarily in Shogakukan's manga magazine, Shōnen Sunday.

He is best known for his long-running baseball manga Major for which he won the Shogakukan Manga Award in 1996 in the shōnen category. He apprenticed under Hidenori Hara alongside Shinobu Inokuma and his former assistants include Syun Matsuena and for two days Kōji Kumeta.

Mitsuda debuted in 1982, winning the Shogakukan Newcomers Award for "Banyū".

Works[edit]

Title Date Volumes Magazine
Kenta Yarimasu! (健太やります!) 1989–1994 26 Weekly Shōnen Sunday
Major (メジャー) July 27, 1994 - July 21, 2010 78
Buyuden (武勇伝) March 30, 2011 - February 5, 2014 13
Major 2nd (メジャー セカンド) March 15, 2015 – present 4

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