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  • Aya Daido

    Aya Daido 大道あや

    Aya Daido  (1909–2010) was born in Hiroshima and is the younger sister of Iri Maruki of Hiroshima Panels fame. A graduate of Yasuda Girls' School in Hiroshima, she was 36 at the time of … Details

  • Tamaki Daido

    Tamaki Daido 大道珠貴

    Tamaki Daido (1966–) debuted as an author with her 2000 short story Hadaka (Naked), winning the literary prize in a Kyushu arts festival contest open to local residents. This entry was also nominated … Details

  • Iku Dekune

    Iku Dekune 出久根育

    Iku Dekune  (1969–) was born in Tokyo and studied printmaking at Musashino Art University. In addition to writing and illustrating children’s books, she is well known as a copperplate artist. She won a place … Details

  • Shun’ichi Dōba

    Shun’ichi Dōba 堂場瞬一

    Shun’ichi Dōba (1963–) graduated from college and began his journalistic career at Yomiuri Shimbun, Japan’s largest-circulation daily, where he worked at the city desk as well as other posts. In his thirties he … Details

  • Sonoe Dogaki

    Sonoe Dogaki 堂垣園江

    Sonoe Dogaki (1960–)  was a bookworm as a child and began writing her own fiction around the time she turned 30. Many of her works draw on her experience of living in Canada from … Details

  • Kaya Doi

    Kaya Doi どいかや

    Kaya Doi (1969–) was born in Tokyo and graduated with a degree in design from Tokyo Zokei University. She got her start with picture books by attending the Atosaki Juku workshop conducted by … Details

  • Dolly

    Dolly ドーリー

    Dolly (1986–) was born in Osaka and graduated from Kyoto Seika University. She works as an illustrator and manga artist, and also as a cut-paper artist. Picture books she has provided the artwork … Details