Junji Ito Information

Junji Ito

Junji Ito

Manga Creator

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Born in Gifu Prefecture. After graduating from high school, he became a dental technician. While working, he contributed his manga stories to Monthly Halloween (Asahi Sonorama)'s rookie manga contest "Kazuo Umezu Award" and won its fine work prize with "Tomie" in 1986, which also became his debut title and one of his well-known stories. Since then, he has written various masterpieces, such as "Michi no Nai Machi" (The Town Without Streets), "Kubitsuri Kikyu" (The Hanging Balloons), "Soichi" series, "Shibito no Koiwazurai" (Lovesick Dead), "Uzumaki," and "Gyo." In 2017, he reached the 30th anniversary of his manga artist activity. His latest work "Muma no Kikou" (The Succubus' Travel Journal) is now serialized in "Nemuki+" (Asahi Shimbun Shuppan).

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