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The life of painter Fujiko F. Fujio

The life of painter Fujiko F. Fujio - who painted the childhood of so many generations of readers Doraemon
Fujiko F. Fujio is famous for being "the child's dream," creating the "utopian" insights in the massive comic book associated with childhood Doraemon.
Fujiko F. Fujio's real name is Hiroshi Fujimoto, born December 1, 1933 in Takaoka Prefecture, Japan, died in 1996.
He is one of the comic book artists that has made the "magic rise" of the Japanese comic industry, along with the country.

Painter Fujiko F. Fujio

Doreamon is the story of everyday life and the miracles encompass the burning dream of human beings for a good life that Fujiko F. Fujio wants to send messages to the children.
Early painting talent revealed
His artistic talents were exposed at an early age. Only in grade 5, but he charmed the comic and drew his own character as observed and imagined.
Later on, Fujimoto said, "From that moment on, I had the habit of observing the phenomena around me, so that I could write something interesting. Doraemon ".
By the middle of junior high, he began drawing manga for a publisher. Together with his friend Motoo Abiko, they released their debut novel titled Tenshi Tama-chan.
However, the first work that Fujimoto started out with was not manga. Before returning to his passion, he had some time at a confectionery company, but due to injury he had to quit his job.
In 1954, he decided to go to Tokyo to become a professional manga artist. He has just learned to make money by linking with other manga artists.
Through many difficulties, with the effort, persevering, with his friend Motoo Abiko, he and his friend gradually received many orders from the publisher.

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In 1963, Hiroshi Fujimoto won Children's Animation Award from Shogakukan Publishing for Susume Robot and Tebukuro Tecchan.
Doraemon comic book - miracle ticket of childhood
Doraemon debuted in December 1969. Doraemon is inspired by the imagery of a baby girl's favorite toy.
This is his joint product and Motoo Abiko. However, only Fujimoto Hiroshi pursued the final episode.
In 1988, the two men stopped working together, because Akibo's manga was mainly for teenagers, and Fujimoto Hiroshi wanted to target children.
Life stories, childish troubles, or exciting adventures that are associated with many magical wonders have quickly created a major cultural phenomenon not just in Japan, but also spread rapidly across the board. all over the world.
When composing Doraemon, not only bring joy to children through stories filled with love and kindness, Fujimoto Hiroshi also put a lot of science and science fiction into his work.
So far, science has begun to realize his ideas.
The artist lives forever with his childhood
With Doraemon, Fujimoto Hiroshi won the Japan Cartoonists Association's 1973 Japan Cartoonist Association Award, the Kawasaki Culture Prize in 1981, the Children's Comics Prize in 1982.
The same award was given by the Minister of Education in 1992, the first Osamu Tezuka comic award in 1997 ...
Japan also built the Fujio F. Fujio Museum on September 3, 2011 in Tama prefecture, Kawasaki city (suburban Tokyo) with a 3,700 square meter campus.
Recreate the familiar spaces, widgets and characters in the famous cat-cat story, featuring 50,000 original paintings by Fujimoto Hiroshi.
Fujio F. Fujio Museum was born on the occasion of the Mèo Ú Birthday (3/9/2011) in Tama District, Kawasaki City (suburban Tokyo). This is where Hiroshi painter lived, worked and died (1961-1996).

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Fujiko F. Fujio's Doraemon character is Japan's animation ambassador. In 2002, Doraemon was selected for Time Asia's "22 Asian Heroes".
Recently, the cat was recognized as a citizen of Japan - a rare honor for a comic book character.
Doraemon comics have been translated into more than 30 languages ​​and are popular in many countries around the world.
Fujimoto became ill at the age of 90, he died on September 23, 1996, at the age of 93.
Doraemon is the most successful of his works, classics become one of the leading cultural symbols of Japan.

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