Demon Slayer triumphs at the Noma Awards 2020, the author withdraws her second statuette

Koyoharu Gotouge, Author of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, recently received the second Noma Award his career as "Contributing to the growth and development of the Japanese comic book industry". Kodansha presented the award to the mangaka a few hours ago and congratulated him on the impressive achievements of his manga.

This is nothing new to the author as she has won practically all possible awards over the past two years. In this case, however, they will not only receive the "Noma Publishing Culture Awards", but also their work also her role as an author and her contribution to the industry itself. After all, the Noma Literature Prize has been one of the most important since 1941.

During the opening ceremony, other important personalities from the world of popular culture were honored, including outstanding personalities Makoto Shinkai, for the results achieved in 2019 with Your Name and Weathering With You, the writers Keigo Higashino is Jun Ikeido and two models, Mai Shirashi is Erika Ikutawho are both part of the idol group Nogizaka56.

What do you think about it? Deserved award for Koyoharu Gotouge? Let us know what you think with a comment! In the meantime, we leave you with the latest data on Demon Slayer: Infinity Train, the new movie based on the author's manga.

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