Kihara, Toshie

Kihara, Toshie

Given name: 敏江
Family name: 木原
Birthday: Feb 14, 1948
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Kihara Toshie is a Japanese manga artist and a member of the Year 24 Group. She made her professional debut in 1969 with the short story Kotchi Muite Mama! in Bessatsu Margaret. She is best known for her manga series Mari to Shingo, serialized from 1977 to 1984 in LaLa, which follows a romance between two young men at the start of the Showa era. Several of her manga series have inspired musicals performed by the all-female Takarazuka Revue, including Angélique, an adaptation of the Angélique novels by Anne Golon; Torikaebaya Ibun, an adaptation of the Heian era tale Torikaebaya Monogatari; and Ooeyama Kaden.

In 1985, Kihara won the 30th Shogakukan Manga Award in the shoujo (girls') category for Yume no Ishibumi, a multi-volume collection of short stories with shounen-ai (male-male romance) themes.

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