Hatsu Akiko (Manga artist) part 1&2
Sagawa Toshihiko (Ex. chief editor of "JUNE") part 2 only
Takemiya Keiko (Manga artist) part 2 only
200 people (first come basis) Autograph session50 people/each artists (first come basis)
No pre-registration required
*Numbered tickets will be distributed from 10am on the day of the event. (One ticket per person)
Kyoto International Manga Museum Kyoto Seika University International Manga Research Center
◆Part 1◆Talk show “Hatsu Akiko’s visit to the UK”
Hatsu Akiko, one of the artists whose works are exhibited at the exhibition, will talk about her first trip to the UK and a Genga’ (Dash) exhibition there.
◆Part 2◆Hatsu Akiko×Sagawa Toshihiko×Takemiya Keiko Talk show “From JUNE to Yaoi”
Hatsu Akiko, whose work is on exhibit, Sagawa Toshihiko, the chief editor of the magazine “JUNE”, and Takemiya Keiko, the leader of the Genga’ (Dash) exhibition, will participate in a talk show event. They will discuss from their experience how Boys’ Love (BL) and Yaoi, which have numerous enthusiasts nowadays, have become settled genres.
◆About the autograph sessions after the events◆
Tickets for the autograph sessions will be provided from 10 am on the day of the event to people who bought a book that is on the following list. (50 people for each session, first-come basis)
“Kamino Kohitsuji Agnus Dei” New edition 1～3, ￥1,800 + Tax
“Hatsu Akiko Selection” 1～4
“Kyoka mugen”, “Botan toro”, “Enjakuan yobanashi” “Shurin no ki” Each ￥780 + Tax
Collection of Hatsu Akiko “Mangekyo” ￥2,000 + Tax
*You can only get one ticket for each artist.
*Autographs are only available on books that are on the list above. Other kinds of books or papers will not be accepted.
Born in Ishikawa prefecture, Hatsu first worked as assistant to her manga artist sister, Kai Yukiko, then after Kai’s death, Hatsu later debuted in ALLAN in 1981 with ‘Nami no banka’ (Elegy of the waves). She published works in Grapefruit, Petit Flower, and other ladies’ magazines, and currently works primarily for Nemuki and Flowers.
Her seminal works, which include ‘Uruwashi no Eikoku shirizu’ (Beautiful England series) and ‘Uryudo yume banashi’ (Uryudo dream tales), are highly acclaimed for their unique world view and brilliant style, as they move back and forth between typical Japanese elements and foreign atmosphere, and the worlds of fantasy and reality.
Born in Tokushima prefecture in 1950. Takemiya won COM magazine’s New Comer of the Month Prize in 1967, and the next year debuted professionally with ‘Ringo no tsumi’ (Sin of the apple) in Weekly Margaret Supplement. As a member of the Year 24 Flower Group, a group of artist many of whom were born in Showa 24 (1949), she became a leader in girls manga for a new generation, and in 1979 she won the Shogakukan Manga Award in recognition of her works ‘Kaze to ki no uta’ (The Poem of Wind and Trees) and ‘Terra e…’ (To Terra…). She took up a professorship at Kyoto Seika University in 2000, and is presently university president of the same institution, working to train the next generation of talent.
Sagawa Toshihiko is an editor and a writer as well. He created the magazines “JUNE” and
“Novel JUNE”, which became the origin of the word “JUNE-like”. He has also worked for “Fujimi Orchestra series” (Drama CD), “Shiozawa Kaneto MEMORIAL” (Voice actor CD), “Ai no Kusabi” and other publications as an editor and a producer.
*Please note that the schedule, performers, and contents are subject to change.