Natsuhiko Kyogoku

Film story contributor

1963 –

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Who is Natsuhiko Kyogoku?

Natsuhiko Kyogoku is a Japanese mystery writer, who is a member of Ōsawa Office. Three of his novels have been turned into feature films; Mōryō no Hako, which won the 49th Mystery Writers of Japan Award, was also made into an anime TV series, as was Kosetsu Hyaku Monogatari, and his book Loups=Garous was adapted into an anime feature film. Vertical have published his debut novel as The Summer of the Ubume.

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Born
Mar 26, 1963
Otaru
Also known as
  • Natsuhiko Kyôgoku
  • 京極 夏彦
  • Katsuhiko Ôe
Nationality
  • Japan
Profession

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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