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Revision as of 10:08, 21 August 2010

Masao Atsukawa
Born1932
DiedJanuary ? 2009
NationalityJapanese
Masao Atsukawa (1932 - 2009) was a Japanese close-up magician, student of Tenkai, and well-known crime novelist. He was awarded the Tenkai Prize in 1969, and won the Izumikyokasho literary prize for his mystery writing. He also received the Naoki Award, Japan's highest award for light literature.

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Atsukawa in Genii

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