Fujiko·F·Fujio adhered to heart warming laughter, ordinary life of children, a bit mysterious SF style.
Fujiko·F·Fujio, whose real name is Hiroshi Fujimoto, has continuously wrote manga which filled the readers' heart with joy.
Dream, hope, friendship, courage, and curiosity… and his affection towards human being…
Our museum is filled with his ideas and will continue sending his message to the future generations.
Fujiko·F·Fujio, who has long lived in Tama-ku, Kawasaki-city and continuously illustrated manga for children, was rewarded Cultural Award from Kawasaki-city, and had a strong relationship with the city.
Mrs. Fujiko's wish, “I would like to return a favor to the children who have supported my husband's manga.” have led to the planning of construction for this museum. The museum was created as cultural facility for a wide range of generation, and intends to introduce his world and message through his original pictures.
Our museum is a place where everyone could
enjoy the world of manga by directly touching
and appreciating the charm of original pictures.
Come and feel the “Fun Mind” of
Fujiko·F·Fujio, then every visitor's face
will be filled with a big smile.
Visitors are able to experience a bit
of Fujiko·F·Fujio's mysterious SF world.
Our museum is intended to be nurtured by
families, friends, and neighbors.
There are exclusive items which could not be
seen in other places. Our museum would fulfill
the visitor's curiosity and make them want to
Our museum coexists with the nature which
surrounds us; therefore, it would give the
visitor a strong sense of every season.
This museum is where people would be
satisfied with our warm hospitality.
|Nom de Plume||Fujiko·F·Fujio|
|Real Name||Hiroshi Fujimoto|
|1933||Born on December 1st, in Takaoka-city, Toyama Prefecture.|
|1944||Became friends with Motoo Abiko,
who was transferred to Fujimoto's elementary school.
|1951||Both were inspired by Osamu Tezuka and started to submit their work to periodicals.
“Tenshi no Tama-chan” was their publishing debut on “Mainichi Shogakusei Shinbun”.
|1954||Moved to Tokyo with Mr. Abiko, so that they could earnestly aim for professional manga artist.
Resided at Tokiwa-so; i.e., an apartment where many young manga artists once lived before becoming famous.
Chose Fujiko Fujio as their nom de plume.
|1961||Moved to Ikuta, Kawasaki-city, Kanagawa Prefecture. Hereafter, they have created many masterpieces such as “Obake no Q-taro”, “Perman”, “Doraemon”, etc.|
|1987||They ended their partnership and renamed his nom de plume as “Fujiko·F·Fujio”.|
|1996||Passed away on September 23, at the age of 62.|