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Nationality  Japanese
Areas  Mangaka
Education  Tsuru University
Role  Artist
Name  Keiko Nishi

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Born  December 26, 1966 (age 56) Ibusuki, Kagoshima, Japan (1966-12-26)
Notable works  Sanban-cho Hagiwara-ya no BijinLove Song
Books  Stay 3, Stay 1, Stayプリティー First Love

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Keiko Nishi (西 炯子, Nishi Keiko, born December 26, 1966 in Ibusuki, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese manga artist. After graduating from Kagoshima Prefectural Ibusuki High School, she attended Tsuru University where she graduated with a degree in Japanese literature. While still attending Tsuru University, Nishi made her professional manga debut with her story Matte Iru yo in Shogakukan's manga magazine Petit Flower.


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Nishi currently makes a living as an independent manga artist and a teacher. Her definitive works include Sanban-chō Hagiwara-ya no Bijin and Love Song. Matt Thorn described her in the mid-1990s as "one of the most popular and respected artists of her (twenty-something) generation."

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  • (in Japanese) Love Song (October 1993, ISBN 4-09-172026-9, Shogakukan)

  • Keiko Nishi Keiko Nishi Drawings Kin Gin Pearl Illustration Art Book
  • Love Song (1998-04-05, ISBN 1-56931-255-9, Viz Communications)
  • Keiko Nishi Keiko Nishi Drawings Kin Gin Pearl Illustration Art Book

  • Otoko no Isshō (2009–2012 (volumes))
  • Ane no Kekkon (2010–2014)
  • Anthologies

  • Four Shōjo Stories (February 1996, ISBN 1-56931-055-6, Viz Communications, two stories)
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    Keiko Nishi Wikipedia