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Manga Artists Haven in Nagoya Osu

They say the best way to learn Japanese is to have a hobby, and make friends through that. If you are into manga, maybe you might try this new café in Nagoya's Osu District that caters to manga authors. There are plenty of places to go where you can read manga to your heart’s content, but Manga Kukan also has equipment for manga production, and hosts professional lectures and meetings on the subject. Visit their website and find links to their twitter feeds and directions, or click this link for a google map, and drop on by.

www.mangakukan.com

 Materials available for free

 

Morning International Comic Convention

Are you competitive? Morning International Comic convention logoHave you ever dreamed on having your works published in a famous Japanese manga book?

INTERNATIONAL MANGA COMPETITION presented by Weekly Morning (a Kodansha publication) gives the opportunity to show off your abilities - entries being accepted now!

Morning, with a weekly circulation of more than 400,000 copies and more than 25 years of history, is Japan's largest and most prominent comic magazine for mature readers. Since its very first issue, the magazine has been host to such megahits as Vagabond, The Drops of the Gods (Kami-no-shizuku), The Silent Service, Say hello to BLACK JACK, and GON, and has had continual and significant influence on Japanese society. We are currently broadening our horizons by holding a competition across the globe in order to seek out and develop new talent.

 

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How to Become a Mangaka FAQ

Someone e-mailed me recently, asking a lot of questions about how one goes about becoming a Mangaka. I am not a professor of the subject, but I have picked up a lot from freetalks of various Mangaka I have read. (Especially from Sakura Momoko).

 
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