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Fumita Yanagida (柳田 史太, Yanagida Fumita?) is a Japanese manga artist recognized for his romantic-comedy manga Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko! Fumita is part of the doujinshi circle known by the name Seibunkaken (性文化研).

Personal Life Edit

Not much is known about Fumita other than the fact he currently resides in Yamanashi, Japan.[1] He has at least one sibling and at least one niece.[2]

Works Edit

Fumita's official manga and doujinshi are the following;

  • Gotsugou Soukan (2012)
  • Ameri-chan Dream (2013)
  • Kimi wo Taosu to Kokoro ni Kimeta!! (2013)
  • Iroenose. (2014)
  • Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko! (2015–2018)

Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko! is his first non-hentai manga, and so far is his most popular. He has also drawn several unofficial adult doujinshi and some short comics on his Pixiv account.

Awards Edit

  • Fumita won Da Vinci and streaming service Niconico's second Tsugi ni Kuru Web Manga Awards in 2015 for Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko![3]

Trivia Edit

  • Fumita's profile picture has half his given name on its head.
  • Fumita is a fan of Super Smash Bros. Brawl.[4]
  • He bought a trampoline and then instantly regretted it as he had no room for it.[5]

External Links Edit

Fumita Yanagida (@humitan) on Twitter.
Fumita Yanagida on Pixiv.
Fumita Yanagida on MyAnimeList.
Fumita Yanagida on AnimeNewsNetwork's encyclopedia.

References Edit

  1. Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko! Fumita Yanagida. twi4. Accessed September 16, 2018
  2. humitan Twitter: "It's painful when my niece says "please move" but means "please play""(translated from Japanese)
  3. 『ヲタ恋』の次はこれ! 次にくるマンガ大賞 Webマンガ部門1位は『トモちゃんは女の子!』 ['Nerd love' This is next! Tsugi ni Kuru Web Manga Awards category 1st place Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko!] (in Japanese). Da Vinci News. December 21, 2015. Accessed September 16, 2018
  4. humitan Twitter: "SSBB new characters come to hit the new characters in the PV of the regular characters who hit them with what? Is it a Yankee-only school?"(translated from Japanese)
  5. humitan Twitter: "It's bigger than I thought. Where should I put it? Troubled, Why did you buy a trampoline?"(translated from Japanese)
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