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Akio Nakamori

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Name  Akio Nakamori

Role  Columnist
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Akio Nakamori (中森 明夫, Nakamori Akio), real name Ansaku Shibahara (柴原安作, Shibahara Ansaku), is a columnist and editor born on January 1, 1960, in Mie Prefecture, Japan. He is credited as popularizing the term "otaku" in its modern colloquial usage. After dropping out of Meiji University's Nakano Junior and Senior High Schools, he graduated from Wako University. Along with Yūichi Endō, he launched the Tokyo Otona Club in 1982.

He is most well known for his study of serial killer Tsutomu Miyazaki, The Age of M (Mの時代, M no Jidai), published in 1989.

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Akio Nakamori Wikipedia


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