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{{translation|'''Masashi Kishimoto'''|岸本斉史|Kishimoto Masashi}} born November 8, 1974 in Okayama Prefecture Japan, is the creator and author of the popular [[Manga:Manga|manga]] and [[Anime:Anime|anime]] '''''[[Naruto Series|Naruto]]'''''. He debuted as a [[Manga:Mangaka|mangaka]] (Japanese cartoonist) with his work ''Karakuri'', which was submitted to [[Anime:Shueisha|Shueisha]] in 1996. Beginning in 1999, his next work ''Naruto'' was serialised in the [[Anime:Weekly Shonen Jump|Weekly Shōnen Jump]] manga magazine. Kishimoto had received the [[Wikipedia:Hop Step Award|Hop Step Award]], which is given to new artists once a month by Shonen Jump. He also says that he was heavily influenced by the [[Anime:Dragonball|Dragonball]] series and its creator, [[Anime:Akira Toriyama|Akira Toriyama]].
 
{{translation|'''Masashi Kishimoto'''|岸本斉史|Kishimoto Masashi}} born November 8, 1974 in Okayama Prefecture Japan, is the creator and author of the popular [[Manga:Manga|manga]] and [[Anime:Anime|anime]] '''''[[Naruto Series|Naruto]]'''''. He debuted as a [[Manga:Mangaka|mangaka]] (Japanese cartoonist) with his work ''Karakuri'', which was submitted to [[Anime:Shueisha|Shueisha]] in 1996. Beginning in 1999, his next work ''Naruto'' was serialised in the [[Anime:Weekly Shonen Jump|Weekly Shōnen Jump]] manga magazine. Kishimoto had received the [[Wikipedia:Hop Step Award|Hop Step Award]], which is given to new artists once a month by Shonen Jump. He also says that he was heavily influenced by the [[Anime:Dragonball|Dragonball]] series and its creator, [[Anime:Akira Toriyama|Akira Toriyama]].
   
His twin brother [[Manga:Seishi Kishimoto|Seishi Kishimoto]] is also a mangaka and the creator of [[Manga:666 Satan|666 Satan]] and [[Wikipedia:Blazer Drive|Blazer Drive]]. Their art has been remarked on as being very similar and accusations of [[Wikipedia:Plagiarism|plagiarism]] were made, either that Seishi had copied his brother or vice versa. However, Seishi notes in one of his manga volumes that the similarities are not intentional and that the occurrence would have been likely because both he and Masashi have been influenced by many of the same things. Masashi Kishimoto has publicly dismissed these accusations in his own manga.
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His twin brother [[Manga:Seishi Kishimoto|Seishi Kishimoto]] is also a mangaka and the creator of [[Manga:666 Satan|666 Satan]] and [[Wikipedia:Blazer Drive|Blazer Drive]]. Their art has been remarked on as being very similar and accusations of [[Wikipedia:Plagiarism|plagiarism]] were made, either that Seishi had copied his brother or vice versa. However, Seishi notes in one of his manga volumes that the similarities are not intentional and that the occurrence would have been likely because both he and Masashi have been influenced by many of the same things. Masashi Kishimoto has publicly dismissed these accusations in his own manga.
   
 
In his interviews and exclusively in the ''Naruto'' manga, he commonly mentions his deceased plant, Ukki-kun.<ref name="NM">''Naruto'' manga volume 1, page 148 — ISBN 1-56931-900-6</ref> According to Kishimoto, the first time he had an office plant, due to missing the country atmosphere, he fed it undiluted plant food. He continued purchasing several other plants afterwards, but many of them perished.<ref>Naruto manga volume 1, page 148</ref>
 
In his interviews and exclusively in the ''Naruto'' manga, he commonly mentions his deceased plant, Ukki-kun.<ref name="NM">''Naruto'' manga volume 1, page 148 — ISBN 1-56931-900-6</ref> According to Kishimoto, the first time he had an office plant, due to missing the country atmosphere, he fed it undiluted plant food. He continued purchasing several other plants afterwards, but many of them perished.<ref>Naruto manga volume 1, page 148</ref>
   
 
== Assistants ==
 
== Assistants ==
# {{translation|Kazuhiro Takahashi|高橋一浩|Takahashi Kazuhiro}}<ref>''Naruto'' manga volume 6, page 26</ref>
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# {{translation|Kazuhiro Takahashi|高橋一浩|Takahashi Kazuhiro}}<ref>''Naruto'' volume 6, page 26</ref>
# {{translation|[[Osamu Kajisa]]|加治佐修|Kajisa Osamu}}<ref>''Naruto'' manga volume 6, page 66</ref>
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# {{translation|[[Osamu Kajisa]]|加治佐修|Kajisa Osamu}}<ref>''Naruto'' volume 6, page 66</ref>
# {{translation|Mikio Ikemoto|池本幹雄|Ikemoto Mikio}}<ref>''Naruto'' manga volume 6, page 106</ref>
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# {{translation|Mikio Ikemoto|池本幹雄|Ikemoto Mikio}}<ref>''Naruto'' volume 6, page 106</ref>
# {{translation|Takemi Kawahara|河原武実|Kawahara Takemi}}<ref>''Naruto'' manga volume 6, page 146</ref>
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# {{translation|Takemi Kawahara|河原武実|Kawahara Takemi}}<ref>''Naruto'' volume 6, page 146</ref>
# {{translation|Kōichi Nishiya|西屋浩一|Nishiya Kōichi}}<ref>''Naruto'' manga volume 13, page 126</ref>
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# {{translation|Kōichi Nishiya|西屋浩一|Nishiya Kōichi}}<ref>''Naruto'' volume 13, page 126</ref>
# {{translation|[[Ryō Tasaka]]|田坂亮|Tasaka Ryō}}<ref>''Naruto'' manga volume 13, page 165</ref>
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# {{translation|[[Ryō Tasaka]]|田坂亮|Tasaka Ryō}}<ref>''Naruto'' volume 13, page 165</ref>
 
# {{translation|Akira Ōkubo|大久保彰|Ōkubo Akira}}
 
# {{translation|Akira Ōkubo|大久保彰|Ōkubo Akira}}
# {{translation|[[Yūichi Itakura]]|板倉雄一|Itakura Yūichi}}<ref>''Naruto'' manga volume 24, page 168</ref>
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# {{translation|[[Yūichi Itakura]]|板倉雄一|Itakura Yūichi}}<ref>''Naruto'' volume 24, page 168</ref>
# {{translation|Masaki Murakami|村上正樹|Murakami Masaki}}<ref>''Naruto'' manga volume 28, page 28</ref>
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# {{translation|Masaki Murakami|村上正樹|Murakami Masaki}}<ref>''Naruto'' volume 28, page 28</ref>
 
# {{translation|Atsuhiro Satō|佐藤敦弘|Satō Atsuhiro}}
 
# {{translation|Atsuhiro Satō|佐藤敦弘|Satō Atsuhiro}}
 
# {{translation|Akio Shirasaka|白坂彰男|Shirasaka Akio}}
 
# {{translation|Akio Shirasaka|白坂彰男|Shirasaka Akio}}
# {{translation|[[Kenji Taira]]|平建史|Taira Kenji}}<ref>''Naruto'' manga volume 43, page 60</ref>
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# {{translation|[[Kenji Taira]]|平建史|Taira Kenji}}<ref>''Naruto'' volume 43, page 60</ref>
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

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Masashi Kishimoto

Masashi Kishimoto.

Masashi Kishimoto (岸本斉史, Kishimoto Masashi) born November 8, 1974 in Okayama Prefecture Japan, is the creator and author of the popular manga and anime Naruto. He debuted as a mangaka (Japanese cartoonist) with his work Karakuri, which was submitted to Shueisha in 1996. Beginning in 1999, his next work Naruto was serialised in the Weekly Shōnen Jump manga magazine. Kishimoto had received the Hop Step Award, which is given to new artists once a month by Shonen Jump. He also says that he was heavily influenced by the Dragonball series and its creator, Akira Toriyama.

His twin brother Seishi Kishimoto is also a mangaka and the creator of 666 Satan and Blazer Drive. Their art has been remarked on as being very similar and accusations of plagiarism were made, either that Seishi had copied his brother or vice versa. However, Seishi notes in one of his manga volumes that the similarities are not intentional and that the occurrence would have been likely because both he and Masashi have been influenced by many of the same things. Masashi Kishimoto has publicly dismissed these accusations in his own manga.

In his interviews and exclusively in the Naruto manga, he commonly mentions his deceased plant, Ukki-kun.[1] According to Kishimoto, the first time he had an office plant, due to missing the country atmosphere, he fed it undiluted plant food. He continued purchasing several other plants afterwards, but many of them perished.[2]

Assistants

  1. Kazuhiro Takahashi (高橋一浩, Takahashi Kazuhiro)[3]
  2. Osamu Kajisa (加治佐修, Kajisa Osamu)[4]
  3. Mikio Ikemoto (池本幹雄, Ikemoto Mikio)[5]
  4. Takemi Kawahara (河原武実, Kawahara Takemi)[6]
  5. Kōichi Nishiya (西屋浩一, Nishiya Kōichi)[7]
  6. Ryō Tasaka (田坂亮, Tasaka Ryō)[8]
  7. Akira Ōkubo (大久保彰, Ōkubo Akira)
  8. Yūichi Itakura (板倉雄一, Itakura Yūichi)[9]
  9. Masaki Murakami (村上正樹, Murakami Masaki)[10]
  10. Atsuhiro Satō (佐藤敦弘, Satō Atsuhiro)
  11. Akio Shirasaka (白坂彰男, Shirasaka Akio)
  12. Kenji Taira (平建史, Taira Kenji)[11]

References

  1. Naruto manga volume 1, page 148 — ISBN 1-56931-900-6
  2. Naruto manga volume 1, page 148
  3. Naruto volume 6, page 26
  4. Naruto volume 6, page 66
  5. Naruto volume 6, page 106
  6. Naruto volume 6, page 146
  7. Naruto volume 13, page 126
  8. Naruto volume 13, page 165
  9. Naruto volume 24, page 168
  10. Naruto volume 28, page 28
  11. Naruto volume 43, page 60

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