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Hajime Taguchi (田口一, Taguchi Hajime)} (born 1975) is a Japanese novelist who is best known for his work Nakaimo - My Sister is Among Them!. In 2007, his novel Majo Rumika no Akai Ito won the Honorable Mention at the F Bunko J light novel rookie award.
|Born||1975 (age 44–45)|
Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture
|Notable works||Nakaimo - My Sister is Among Them!|
- Majo Rumika no Akai Ito (魔女ルミカの赤い糸, Majo Rumika no Akai Ito) (October 25, 2007 - July 25, 2008, 4 volumes)
- Kurohime no Yuzuha (黒姫のユズハ, lit. "Yuzuha the Black Princess") (Jan 23, 2009 to Jun 25, 2009, 3 volumes)
- Mitsurugi Moeka wa Meitantou! (三流木萌花は名担当!) (Sep 25, 2009 to Mar 25, 2010, 3 volumes)
- Kono Naka ni Hitori, Imouto ga Iru! (この中に１人、妹がいる！, lit. "Nakaimo - My Sister Is Among Them!") (August 25, 2010 - March 25, 2013, 11 volumes)
- Kurasurūmu Kuraishisu (クラスルーム☆クライシス, lit. "Classroom Crisis") (Jul 24, 2015 to Jan 25, 2016, 3 volumes): The novel adaption of the anime series of the same name.
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