Arakawa, Naoshi


Given name: 直司
Family name: 新川
Birthday: Unknown
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Sayonara Watashi no Cramer
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Sayonara Watashi no Cramer Movie: First Touch
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Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso
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Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso: Moments
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Sayonara Football
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Sayonara Watashi no Cramer
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Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso
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Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso: 6-nin no Études
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Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso: Coda
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Tsumetai Kousha no Toki wa Todomaru
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Alisson07 | Sep 5, 7:06 PM
Good Luck in animation of Sayonara Watashi no Cramer!


Sakana-san | Sep 3, 10:52 AM
LIPS. You know what else has lips? Fish. xD


Syureria | Aug 31, 9:13 AM
I heard Sayonara Watashi no cramer got an anime adaptation, good luck sensei


NoktoH | Aug 28, 1:38 AM
Shitgatsu


Nobody_1899 | Aug 11, 1:09 PM
QUEEN


RomanJT | Aug 10, 8:45 PM
Thanks for changing my perspective on life


Omega1500 | Apr 22, 1:54 AM
I absolutely loved your lie in April, it is by far my favorite anime. I watched it years ago and yet there not a day i don't forget about it. It changed me as a person and i could really connect with the show because i played viola at the time and it motivated me to keep playing. I just wish that I knew a way to support the creator even further.


Jiggly_333 | Apr 21, 11:28 AM
Everyone here in the comments talking about Your Lie in April (which was great, no doubt), but I just want to say that I really appreciate Arakawa's take on girls' soccer in Sayonara Watashi no Cramer. As someone who loves the game, both men's and women's, I am astonished by the amount of research this man put into making sure that he presented soccer in a way that is realistic and beautiful. Each character has their own journey through the game and I just love the way that it captures the joy and heartbreak of playing.

There's not many high quality girls' sports manga (that aren't "cute girls do cute things") and I can't really find any other girls' soccer manga worth reading. And according to Arakawa himself, he wrote it because of the lack of spotlight. So yeah, I appreciate the "Sayonara" series and hope that more of you check it out.


cythraul | Feb 5, 12:32 AM
@Nick-Knight Basically a iam14andthisisdeep comment.


EntireShadow | Jan 29, 11:56 AM
Your lie in April is actually based on a european story, if you didnt know that


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