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Born on Hokkaido, Japan Yuuki Obata draws girl shoujo manga with vital romance and school themes. She began drawing quite young and after having a learning break kept it up to send publishers her works 3 years later. Interested, the Shogakukan publishing realized her wishes releasing her first mangas 1 year later. While sending out to publishers, Shogakukan had to take an assistant's job.

At an interview she confessed to have been largely impressed by Fusako Kuramochi and Ryou Ikuemi. After their drawing technique, Shogakukan also attempted to make her works as realistic as possible. Among her favs is Kuramochi's Tennen Kokkeko using its lovely countryside landscapes. It's a 14-volume manga winning the Kodansha Best Shoujo prize in 1996. In 2007 Tennen Kokkeko experienced a live movie adaptation.

She's essentially understood for Bokura ga Ita. Even if not having read it, you're sure to have watched the same anime. As a mangaka, since 2000 she is released the following works: * Kimi no Kachi (2000) * Suki Kirai Suki (2000) * Sumire wa Blue (2002) * Sweet (2003)

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2000 featured her first work as a short story set, manga Kimi no Kachi (You Win): 1. You Win 2. 3. Spring Fever 4. Constellation In July 5. My Amazing Boy With graphic and sensitive feelings of each girl, it's her top school love story.

Manga Suki Kirai Suki (Like, Dislike, Like, 2000) is a hit tender love story. Hitomi adores Miyamoto, a cocky cunning schoolboy. Only awkwardness ceases her from a confession, which she leaves for after high school assessments...

In 2001 Obata released a 2-volume Circle Triangle Square (Maru Sankaku Shikaku). It is her manga No. 1 she had been drawing for 3 years in her favorite light-hearted comedy style.

Manga Sumire wa Blue (My Blue Purple, 2002) in 2 volumes features Kinoshita Sumire. Bashful and inferiority-complexed Kinoshita discovered Makimura Daichi in the library, intrigued by his pencil twirling. He's a famous hockey player, secretly loving his childhood <a href = "http://dipniligal.tumblr.com/post/135928349776/affilorama">affilorama scam or not </a> But despite all differences, Kinoshita and Makimura build up instinctive link.

The story promises at least 14 volumes. Viz Media permitted the edition for the North American market.

The manga depicts beginning high school life. In this romantic interval of first love affairs girls lose their heads. Just Takahashi Nanami (Nana) in the same category with a heartbreaker, Yano Motoharu can resist the popular temptation...

In 2006 the manga underlay the same 26-episode series covering its first 8 volumes. It was directed by Akitarou Daichi who had also shot animes after Fruits Basket, Ima, Soko ni Iru Boku and Animation Runner Kuromi.

Another manga bore We Were There White Buff Novel (Bokura ga Ita Koushiki Fan Bukku). Its character profiles, summary and series commentary from Obata were published by Shogakukan November 25, 2005. December, 2005 found its 36-page postcard publication launch.

2003 released a cross-author story collection, Sweet - Enchanting Narratives of Love using a chapter (Sumire is Blue) by Obata. Presently Obata is working on Bokura ga Ita's 13th volume without other plans beyond it so