PROGRAMME DETAILS

Turning Japanese: Manga and Romance

Panel Discussions

DATE / TIME

10 Nov, Sat 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
60mins

VENUE

The Arts House (TAH), Living Room
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FESTIVAL PASS EVENT

S$25

LANGUAGE

This session is in English

MODERATED BY

Deborah Shamoon

DESCRIPTION

To each his or her own – in Japan, there are all sorts of manga aimed at a range of demographics. Meguro Hinomoto and Harumo Sanazaki are two Japanese artists who specialise in popular sub-genres, namely shojo (young woman) and josei (targeted at mature tastes). What gave birth to these sub-genres, and what are the directions henceforth?

FEATURING

She made her debut as an artist of girls’ manga in 2003. Her works can be found as web and mobile manga now, which include girls’ manga for school children, adult manga for female readers, and manga focusing on teenage romance. Meguru is also talented in turning novels written by other authors into manga.

Meguru Hinomoto is featured in the following SWF event(s):

Since 1980, Harumo Sanazaki has published Angel Wars, Genjl Monogatari, Phantom of the Opera and over 300 books.

Harumo Sanazaki is featured in the following SWF event(s):

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