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Nationality
  
Japanese

Pseudonym(s)
  
Agata Fumio (県 文緒)


Name
  
Kaoru Mori

Role
  
Author

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Born
  
18 September 1978 (age 45) Tokyo, Japan (
1978-09-18
)

Area(s)
  
Character design, writer, manga artist, illustrator

Notable works
  
Awards
  
Excellence Prize – Emma

Books
  
Emma, Kaoru Mori: Anything and Som, Shirley 1, Young bride's story, Bride Stories

Similar People
  
Satoshi Fukushima, Hiromu Arakawa, Chica Umino, Kei Sanbe, Hiroaki Samura

Zodiac Sign
  
Virgo

Kaoru mori s drawing amir from otoyomegatari


Kaoru Mori (森 薫, Mori Kaoru, born 18 September 1978) is a Japanese manga artist from Tokyo. She is the creator of the successful manga series Emma, A Bride's Story and Shirley. Many of her works are centred on female characters in the 19th century, such as a maid in Victorian Britain and a bride in Turkic Central Asia. She also writes dōjinshi under the pen name Fumio Agata (県 文緒).

Contents

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Mori is not only famous for her storytelling and art, she is also famous for her unflattering self-portraits, usually an outline for a body, a head with wild hair, and her hand-drawn highly decorative costumes within her works. She is also shy of making public appearances or giving interviews in person.

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It has been announced that the author will be publishing a two-installment spinoff of Shirley in Fellows!, where her latest work Otoyomegatari is also being serialized.

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BRIDE STORIES - Kaoru Mori drawing Amira 1/5


Works

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  • Emma (エマ, Ema) – 10 volumes in total
  • Shirley (シャーリー, Shārī) – ISBN 4-7577-1313-4, Release date: February 2003
  • Otoyomegatari (乙嫁語り, licensed as A Bride's Story) – Serializing in Enterbrain's bimonthly manga magazine Fellows! since October 2008.
  • Contributions

  • Violet Blossoms (すみれの花, Sumire no Hana) – Art; story by Satoshi Fukushima.
  • Awards

  • Excellence Prize – 2005 Japan Media Arts Festival for Emma
  • 7th Annual Manga Taishō Award – 2014 Manga Taishō for A Bride's Story
  • References

    Kaoru Mori Wikipedia


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