Naoki Prize writer Yoshinaga Fujita died 69 years old January 30, 16:54
Yoshinaga Fujita, author of the Naoki Prize, who published many popular works in genres such as adventure novels and romantic novels, died of lung adenocarcinoma on the 30th. I was 69 years old.
Mr. Fujita was born in Fukui City in 1950, dropped out of Waseda University, worked for an airline in France, returned to Japan and started writing, and made his author's debut in 1986.
He published many works in genres such as adventure novels and romance novels, and in 1995 he received the Japan Inferring Writers Association Award for "Knight of Steel", and in 2001 he drew the love of adult men and women. Naoki Prize for "Love of Love".
My wife, Mariko Koike, is the first Naoki Prize-winning couple to live with, and has lived together for many years in Karuizawa, Nagano Prefecture.
Mr. Fujita has been writing vigorously in recent years, including receiving the Eiji Yoshikawa Literary Prize in the short story "Daisetsu Monogatari" in 2017.
According to publishing officials, Mr. Fujita died of lung adenocarcinoma at a hospital in Saku, Nagano Prefecture on the 30th.