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Kahori Onozuka (小野塚 カホリ | Onozuka Kahori; born November 2, 1962 in Yokohama, Japan) is a Japanese mangaka. She debuted in 1994 in Young Amour magazine. She deals with LGBT issues (both male and female) in most of her works.

BibliographyEdit

  • Aido (Shougakukan, 2003)
  • Auto Aiming (Magazine Magazine, 1999)
  • Bikenshi (Magazine Magazine, 2007)
  • Bishounen (Magazine Magazine, 2005)
  • Boku wa Tenshi ja Nai yo (Magazine Magazine, 1998) 
  • Botan (Takarajimasha, 1998)
  • Crazy Smile (Kodansha, 2003)
  • Dessin (Kindai Eigasha, 1999)
  •  Hana (Magazine Magazine, 1999)
  • Jorunada (Shodensha, 2002)
  • Kafun Koukai (Takarajimasha, 1999)
  • Komachi Fuuden (Shogakukan, 2003)
  • Koushite Neko wa Ai wo Musaboru (Shodensha, 2002)
  • Logos (Magazine Magazine, 1999)
  • Long, Long Ago (Ohzora Shuppan, 2007)
  • Moyuru Hoho (Magazine Magazine, 2013)
  • Nico Says (Kindai Eigasha, 1998)
  • Pure Shadow (Magazine Magazine, 2003)
  • Raglan Sleeve (Houbunsha, 2000)
  • Rakuen no Minami (Kodansha, 2005)
  • Renai o Shite mo Sex o Shite mo, Subete Munashii Shounen no Tame no Porno Graffitti (Magazine Magazine, 2015)
  • Rolls-Royce Radio (Ohta Shuppan, 2002)
  • Ryoshuu (Magazine Magazine, 2000)
  • Seijitsu Kairaku (Magazine Magazine/Junet, 2009)
  • Shimi (Shougakukan, 2001)
  • Shinagawa Shinjuu (Shodensha, 2011)
  • Shinya Shounen (Magazine Magazine, 1998)
  • Shounen Nawageshou (Magazine Magazine/Junet, 2013)
  • Sodomu (Kodansha, 2000) 
  • Suki sa Suki sa Suki sa (Takarajimasha, 1999)
  • Ugetsu Monogatari (Daitosha, 2013)
  • Ware ni Gogatsu o (Shinshokan, 2000)
  • Yubi no wa Monogatari (Shodensha, 2000)

SourcesEdit

  • "ONOZUKA Kahori", Baka-Updates Manga. Last updated 23 May 2017. Accessed 2 Nov 2017.
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