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Tow Ubukata

Tow Ubukata (1977-) is a renowned Japanese novelist and screenwriter. Born in Gifu, Japan, he was raised abroad living in Singapore from age 4 to 9 and later Nepal from age 10 through 14. Upon returning to Japan he would go on to win a number of awards for his writing, while still in high school. In 2003 Ubukata was awarded the Nihon SF Taisho Award by the Science Fiction Writers of Japan for his novel Mardock Scramble. He would then go on to win a number of awards for his novel Tenchi- The Samurai Astronomer in 2010 (Eiji Yoshikawa New Author Award for Literature, Japan Booksellers' Award, Seiichi Funahashi Literature Award). Since his debut, Ubukata has penned more than twenty novels and has written screenplays for a handful of television series and motion pictures. His major works include Mardock Scramble and Le Chevalier D'Eon. He also did series composition for televison series Ghost in the Shell- Arise and Psycho-Pass 2.

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