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Fujiko Fujio

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Fujiko Fujio
Fujio Fujiko (藤子不二雄 Fujiko Fujio) was a nom de plume of a manga writing duo formed by two Japanese manga artists. Their real names are Hiroshi Fujimoto (藤本 弘 Fujimoto Hiroshi, 1933–1996) and Motoo Abiko (安孫子 素雄 Abiko Motoo, 1934–). They formed their partnership in 1951, and used the Fujiko Fujio name from 1954 until dissolution of the partnership in 1987.
Fujiko Fujio's works
おお化け
Obake no Q-taro郎by Fujiko Fujio, is a Japanese manga about an obake, Qtaroō
Obake no Q-tarō (1964–1966)
Magical Sahara (1968-1971)

Fujiko F. Fujio's works
Perman (1967–1968, 1983–1986)
21emon (1968)
Mojacko(1969–1970)
Ume Boshi Denka (1969)
Doraemon (1970–1996)
Jungle Kurobe (1973)
Kiteretsu Daihyakka (1974–1977)
Hitoribocchi no Uchū Sensō(1975)
Bakeru-kun (1976)
Esper Mami (1977–1982)
TP Bon (1978)
Pokonyan (1978)
Chinpui (1985, 1987–1988)

Fujiko Fujio A's works

Ninja Hattori-kun (1964–1972)
Kaibutsu-kun (1965–1969)
Warau Salesman (1969–1971)
Mataro ga Kuru!! (1972–1975)
Pro Golfer Saru (1974–1980)
Manga Michi (1977–1982)
Ultra B (1984–1989)
Parasol Henbee (1989–1991)

Fujimoto Hiroshi
(Fujiko F Fujio)

1933 Born on December 1st, in Takaoka-city, Toyama Prefecture.
1944 Became friends with Motoo Abiko,
who was transferred to Fujimoto's elementary school.
1951 Both were inspired by Osamu Tezuka and started to submit their work to periodicals.
“Tenshi no Tama-chan” was their publishing debut on “Mainichi Shogakusei Shinbun”.
1961 Moved to Tokyo with Mr. Abiko, so that they could earnestly aim for professional manga
artist .
Resided at Tokiwa-so; i.e., an apartment where many young manga artists once lived
before becoming famous.
Chose Fujiko Fujio as their nom de plume.
1961 Moved to Ikuta, Kawasaki-city, Kanagawa Prefecture. Hereafter, they have created many
masterpieces such as “Obake no Q-taro”, “Perman”, “Doraemon”, etc.
1987 They ended their partnership and renamed his nom de plume as “Fujiko•F•Fujio”.
1996 Passed away on September 23, at the age of 62.


Abiko motoo
(Fujiko Fujio A)
1934 Born on March 10th, in Himi-city, Toyama Prefecture.
1944 Became friends with Fujiko Hiroshi,
who was transferred to Fujimoto's elementary school.
1951 Both were inspired by Osamu Tezuka and started to submit their work to periodicals.
“Tenshi no Tama-chan” was their publishing debut on “Mainichi Shogakusei Shinbun”.
1954 Moved to Tokyo with Mr. Fujiko, so that they could earnestly aim for professional manga
artist. Resided at Tokiwa-so; i.e., an apartment where many young manga artists once
lived before becoming famous.
Chose Fujiko Fujio as their nom de plume.
1961 Moved to Ikuta, Kawasaki-city, Kanagawa Prefecture. Hereafter, they have created
many masterpieces such as “Obake no Q-taro”, “Ninja Hattori-kun”, “Kaibutsu-kun”,
etc.
1987 They ended their partnership and renamed his nom de plume as “Fujiko Fujio A”.
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