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Originally published  1965
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Author  Ayako Miura
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Freezing Point (氷点; Hyōten) is the debut novel of Japanese novelist Ayako Miura, first serialized on Asahi Shimbun between 1964 and 1965. The novel won Asahi Shimbun's Ten Million Yen Award.

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The novel has been adapted into numerous films and TV series in East Asia. An English translation by Hiromu Shimizu and John Terry was published in 1986.

English translation

  • Miura, Ayako (1986). Freezing Point. Translated by Hiromu Shimizu; John Terry. Dawn Press. ISBN 0933704291. 
  • Film

  • Freezing Point, a 1966 Japanese film directed by Satsuo Yamamoto
  • Freezing Point (冰點), a 1966 Taiwanese film directed by Hsin Chi
  • Freezing Point (빙점), a 1967 South Korean film directed by Kim Soo-yong
  • Freezing Point (빙점), a 1981 South Korean film directed by Ko Young-nam
  • TV series

  • Freezing Point, a 1966 Japanese TV series on Nihon Educational Television
  • Freezing Point, a 1971 Japanese TV series on Tokyo Broadcasting System
  • Freezing Point, a 1981 Japanese TV series on Mainichi Broadcasting System
  • Freezing Point, a 1981 Japanese TV series on Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation
  • Freezing Point, a 1989 Japanese TV series on TV Asahi
  • Freezing Point, a 2001 Japanese TV series on TV Asahi
  • Freezing Point, a 2006 Japanese TV series on TV Asahi
  • Freezing Point (冰點), a 1988 Taiwanese TV series on Chinese Television System
  • Freezing Point (빙점), a 1990 South Korean TV series on Korean Broadcasting System
  • Freezing Point (빙점), a 2004 South Korean TV series on Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation
  • Sequel

    Miura wrote the sequel Sequel to Freezing Point (続氷点) in 1971, and it was adapted for TV that year on TV Asahi.

    References

    Freezing Point (novel) Wikipedia


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