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{{translation|'''Osamu Kajisa'''|加治佐 修|Kajisa Osamu}}, born December 30, 1973, is a Japanese [[Manga:mangaka|mangaka]] and former assistant to [[Masashi Kishimoto]]. Following his work on ''Naruto'', he went on to moderate success and is best known for the manga series ''Tattoo Hearts'', which was serialized in [[Manga:Weekly Shonen Jump|Weekly Shonen Jump]] in 2003.
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{{translation|'''Osamu Kajisa'''|加治佐 修|Kajisa Osamu}}, born December 30, 1973, is a Japanese [[Manga:mangaka|mangaka]] and former assistant to [[Masashi Kishimoto]]. Following his work on ''Naruto'', he went on to moderate success and is best known for the manga series ''Tattoo Hearts'', which was serialised in [[Manga:Weekly Shonen Jump|Weekly Shōnen Jump]] in 2003.
   
 
== Works ==
 
== Works ==
 
* ''Happening Go Go!!'' (1999, ''Akamaru Jump Summer'')
 
* ''Happening Go Go!!'' (1999, ''Akamaru Jump Summer'')
 
* ''Nagumo'' (2000, ''Akamaru Jump Winter'')
 
* ''Nagumo'' (2000, ''Akamaru Jump Winter'')
* ''Tattoo Hearts'' pilot (2000, ''Weekly Shonen Jump'')
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* ''Tattoo Hearts'' pilot (2000, ''Weekly Shōnen Jump'')
* ''Tattoo Hearts'' (2003, ''Weekly Shonen Jump'')
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* ''Tattoo Hearts'' (2003, ''Weekly Shōnen Jump'')
* ''Now and Zen!'' (2003, ''Weekly Shonen Jump'')
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* ''Now and Zen!'' (2003, ''Weekly Shōnen Jump'')
 
* ''Nora, Sora'' (2005, ''Akamaru Jump Spring'')
 
* ''Nora, Sora'' (2005, ''Akamaru Jump Spring'')
   

Revision as of 19:15, January 22, 2013

Osamu Kajisa (加治佐 修, Kajisa Osamu), born December 30, 1973, is a Japanese mangaka and former assistant to Masashi Kishimoto. Following his work on Naruto, he went on to moderate success and is best known for the manga series Tattoo Hearts, which was serialised in Weekly Shōnen Jump in 2003.

Works

  • Happening Go Go!! (1999, Akamaru Jump Summer)
  • Nagumo (2000, Akamaru Jump Winter)
  • Tattoo Hearts pilot (2000, Weekly Shōnen Jump)
  • Tattoo Hearts (2003, Weekly Shōnen Jump)
  • Now and Zen! (2003, Weekly Shōnen Jump)
  • Nora, Sora (2005, Akamaru Jump Spring)

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