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Sumomo Yumeka (夢花 李, Yumeka Sumomo) is a Japanese manga artist, who also writes as Mizu Sahara (佐原 ミズ, Sahara Mizu). She writes in a variety of demographics, publishing yaoi manga as Sumomo Yumeka and seinen manga as Mizu Sahara She is best known in the west for The Day I Became a Butterfly and Same Cell Organism, both under the Yumeka byline, and the manga adaptation of Voices of a Distant Star under Mizu Sahara. Her series My Girl is being adapted as a live-action television series which began broadcasting in October 2009.
As Sumomo YumekaEdit
- Kokoro Kikai
- Soshite Hibi Koishiteku
- Soshite Koi ga Hajimaru by Kei Tsukimura (illustrator only)
- Natsukashi Machi no Rozione
- Dousabou Seibutsu (published in English by Digital Manga Publishing as Same Cell Organism)
- Chou ni Naru Hi (published in English by Digital Manga Publishing as The Day I Became a Butterfly)
- Tengusin (published in English by Aurora Publishing as Tengu-Jin)
- Nemunoki no Geshukusou
- Kon no Ki Konoha
- Kimi wa Boku no Taiyou
- Hate ni Aru Kimi
- Kaze Shinshutsu Shita
- The Snake and the Boy (Mitoshōnen)
- Boku wa Sakana
As Mizu SaharaEdit
- Basu Hashiru (includes a series of shorts under the title Nanairo Sekai)
- My Girl
- Hoshi no Koe (written by Makoto Shinkai, illustrator only, published in English by Tokyopop as Voices of a Distant Star)
- Kumo no Mukou, Yakusoku no Basho (written Makoto Shinkai, illustrator only)
- Watashitachi no Shiawase na Jikan (adaption of novel by Ji-Young Gong)
- Tetsugaku Retora
- ^ "Sumomo Yumeka". Anime News Network. Retrieved 14 July 2022.
- ^ ""My Girl" será adaptado al dorama" ["My Girl" will be adapted as a dorama] (in Spanish). Retrieved 6 September 2009.
- ^ Yumeka, Sumomo (2012). Same Cell Organism. Gardena, CA: June. ISBN 978-1-931712-35-4. OCLC 843112563.
- ^ Yumeka, Sumomo; Sato, Sachiko (2007). The Day I Become a Butterfly. Gardena, CA: Digital Manga Publishing. ISBN 978-1-56970-869-9. OCLC 74524857.
- ^ Yumeka, Sumomo; Tung, Jessica (2009). Tengu-Jin. Torrance, Calif.: Aurora. ISBN 978-1-934496-54-1. OCLC 237878222.
- ^ Loo, Egan (9 March 2011). "Distant Star Manga's Sahara Launches Tetsugaku Retora". Anime News Network.
- ^ Sherman, Jennifer (24 October 2011). "Distant Star Manga's Sahara to Launch Itsuya-san Manga". Anime News Network.
- ^ "Mizu Sahara's Okashiratsuki Manga Gets Live-Action Film". Anime News Network. March 28, 2023. Retrieved March 28, 2023.
- Sumomo Yumeka, Mizu Sahara manga at Media Arts Database (in Japanese)
- Unofficial Website
- Sumomo Yumeka at Anime News Network's encyclopedia