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4820595180
Author:
Tsutomu Minakami
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Nihon Tosho Sentā; Shohan edition (1998)
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Tsutomu Mizukami (水上 勉, Mizukami Tsutomu, March 8, 1919 – September 8, 2004), also known as Minakami Tsutomu, was a popular and prolific Japanese author of novels, detective stories, biographies, and plays

Tsutomu Mizukami (水上 勉, Mizukami Tsutomu, March 8, 1919 – September 8, 2004), also known as Minakami Tsutomu, was a popular and prolific Japanese author of novels, detective stories, biographies, and plays. He won the Tanizaki Prize and the Naoki Prize, and many of his stories were made into movies. Mizukami was born in Wakasa, Fukui Prefecture, to a poor family. Between the ages of 9 and 12, he was a novice in a Zen temple in Kyoto.

Mizukami entered Ritsumeikan University to study Japanese literature, but dropped out for financial reasons and because of bad health. After World War II he learned from author Kōji Uno, and in 1952 wrote the autobiographical Furaipan no uta (Song of the Frying Pan), which became a best-seller. For nearly the next decade, however, he did not publish, but in 1960, his story centering on Minamata disease, Umi no kiba (The Ocean's Fangs), started his career as a writer of detective stories on social themes.

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Tsutomu Minakami (水上 勉, Minakami Tsutomu?, March 8, 1919 – September 8, 2004), also known as Mizukami Tsutomu, was a popular and prolific Japanese author of novels, detective stories, biographies, and plays. Many of his stories were made into movies

Tsutomu Minakami (水上 勉, Minakami Tsutomu?, March 8, 1919 – September 8, 2004), also known as Mizukami Tsutomu, was a popular and prolific Japanese author of novels, detective stories, biographies, and plays. Many of his stories were made into movies. Minakami was born in Wakasa, Fukui Prefecture, to a poor family. Disillusioned by the conduct of the temple's chief priest, however, he left the temple in 1936

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also known as Minakami Tsutomu, was a popular and prolific Japanese author of novels, detective stories . It is a detective story based on the novel Kiga Kaikyo by Tsutomu Minakami. The film is also known as "Straits of Hunger" or "Hunger Straits" in English.

also known as Minakami Tsutomu, was a popular and prolific Japanese author of novels, detective stories, biographies, and plays. Disillusioned by the conduct of the temple's chief priest, however, he left the temple in 1936. He won the 1975 Tanizaki Prize for Ikkyū (一休), a biography of an eccentric Zen-master Ikkyū.

水上 勉, Minakami Tsutomu?, March 8, 1919 September 8, 2004), also known as Mizukami Tsutomu, was a popular and prolific Japanese author of novels, detective stories, biographies, and plays.

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