Yuki Midorikawa

Yuki Midorikawa (緑川ゆき Midorikawa Yuki, born May 23, 1976[1]) is a Japanese manga artist.

She is primarily known for her shōjo manga works on the magazines LaLa and LaLa DX, published by Hakusensha.

She began to seriously pursue her manga career starting in middle school.[2] Her most successful work has been Natsume Yūjinchō, which has been made into five anime series in 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012 and 2016. The manga has sold over 5 million copies by the sale of volume 12.[3]


Manga works

Other media

Natsume Yūjinchō was adapted into an anime television series spanning several years. The work was also licensed for distribution in the United States as Natsume's Book of Friends. In 2011, Hotarubi no Mori e was adapted into anime film.


  1. Akaku Saku Koe Volume 1
  2. Fresh Interview Yuki Midorikawa Sensei Archived January 23, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.
  3. Per an advertisement strip on volume 12 on sale date.
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