On my page, the order of Japanese people's names in English are the same as that in Japanese, surname - given name. |
e.g. Tezuka Osamu, Fujiko Fujio, Miyazaki Hayao
(Older articles may still keep [given name - surname] order...)
I think that exchanging the order of Japanese people's names is an old custom in 19th century. :)
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|Flower Field of Chitchi and Sally||Pages about "Chiisana Koi no Monogatari (A Tiny Love Story)" by Mitsuhashi Chikako.|
|Chiba Tetsuya's Shojo Manga (girls' comics)[under construction]||Chiba Tetsuya was not only a cartoonist known as his work "Ashita no Joe (Tomorrow's Joe)"! But there are so many shojo manga works of his, such as Mama's Violin, Lina, etc.!|
|Kashihon Manga ('50s & '60s rental manga) Pages||
Undocumented world of '50s/'60s manga!
Mangas published by minor manga publishers, such as Wakagi Shobo, Tokyo Manga Shuppan-sha, Akebono Shuppan, etc.|
There are sooo many major cartoonist who belonged to minor manga company before.
Introduction, comments (including pics of each books), (incomplete) lists, etc.
|Anime or "TV Manga"|
The Mama4 Database|
Subtitles in Chinese(Big5) under construction
A page related to the animation show
"Mama wa Shogaku 4-nensei", aired on 1992
by Nihon TV network.|
This takes some interesting topics, such as husband-wife working families, stepfamilies, generation gap between parents and children, medical care in Africa, environmental disruption, and so on.
The Azuki-iro Database|
also has Chinese(Big5) page!
Azuki-chan... An innocent (and nostalgic, for we grown-ups) love story between Azuki-chan and Yunosuke-kun.|
Some says it's similar to "Chibi Maruko-chan," but it has no black jokes; has comedy played mainly by Azuki-chan and her brother Daizu, instead. Rather similar to "Chiisana Koi no Monogatari (A Small Love Story)" by Chikako Mitsuhashi.
But do not forget one exception - it's "anime." It's so famous that
the word "anime" (called in Japanese for short) is already an English word!
Not many Japanese people realize that, but it's REALLY famous
all over the world.
Also, anime is now NOT only for kids. Now there are some masterpieces that both kids and grown-ups can enjoy.
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