Gosho Aoyama’s Profile|The Gosho Aoyama Museum  Official Site Hokuei-cho, Tottori Prefecture

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Opening Hours:all year around 9:30am-5:30pm
Admittance allowed until 30 minutes before closing.

Gosho Aoyama’s Profile

  Born on June 21 in Yurashuku, Hokuei Town, Tottori Prefecture
Graduated from Daiei Elementary School
Graduated from Tottori Prefectural Yura-Ikuei High School
Graduated from Nihon University College of Art

In 1986
Won a prize in the 19th Rookie Comic Awards of Shogakukan Inc. in the Boys’ Category for his work “Chotto Mattete (Wait for a second!).”

In 1987
“Magic Kaito” started to be serialized in Weekly Shonen Sunday.

In 1988
“YAIBA” started to be serialized in Weekly Shonen Sunday.

In 1992
Won the 38th Shogakukan Manga Award in the Children’s Category for his work “YAIBA.”

In 1993
“Yaiba” was made into anime (animation) as “Kenyu-Densetsu YAIBA”

In 1994
“Detective Conan” started to be serialized in Weekly Shonen Sunday.

In 1996
“Detective Conan” was made into TV anime.

In 1997
The first film version of “Detective Conan” was released.

In 2001
Won the 46th Shogakkan Manga Award in the Boys’ Category for “Detective Conan.”

In 2003
“Detective Conan” reached a circulation of more than 100 million copies.

In 2006
A live-action version of “Detective Conan” was broadcast on TV for the first time.

In 2014
“Detective Conan” marked the 20th anniversary of the start of serialization in Weekly Shonen Sunday.

Translated versions of “Detective Conan” have been published in many parts of the world, such as Taiwan, South Korea, Indonesia, Hong Kong, China, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Belgium, Sweden, Finland, the USA, and Canada.

“Magic Kaito 1412” was made into TV anime.

 

As of August, 2015