Inuyasha creator becomes a real-life knight

Rumiko Takahashi, the creator of the hit manga series Inuyasha, has received yet another honor – being appointed an official knight. The French government conferred the Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres to Takahashi in Tokyo, at the residence of France’s ambassador to Japan. The award recognizes Takahashi’s contributions to manga globally, emphasizing the importance of her works like Inuyasha, Ranma 1/2, and Urusei Yatsura in setting her apart from other mangaka.

Takahashi is no stranger to awards and recognition for her work. Her numerous hit manga series have been turned into popular anime adaptations, making her one of the most influential comic creators in the world. She has been inducted into several halls of fame, including the Harvey Awards Hall of Fame, the Eisner Hall of Fame, and the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame. She has also been awarded Japan’s Medal with Purple Ribbon, highlighting her remarkable career and making her stand among some of the biggest names in manga.

While Takahashi’s work has been around for decades, it continues to captivate audiences and garner new fans. Urusei Yatsura, her first work, recently began airing a new anime series in Fall 2022 on HIDIVE. The sequel to Inuyasha, Yashahime: Half-Demon Princess, is still releasing volumes in America, and a recent anime series has been launched as well. Mao, another one of Takahashi’s series, is still being serialized. With so many works still active in the world of anime and manga, it’s no surprise that Takahashi is still garnering acclaim.

France has proven to be a significant consumer of manga and anime, making this honor an even more high and welcome one. A recent French culture initiative even led to a boom in manga sales. Takahashi joins the ranks of some of the world’s greatest mangaka and anime creators in history, including Akira Toriyama (Dragon Ball), Leiji Matsumoto (Captain Harlock), Go Nagai (Devilman), Katsuhiro Otomo (Akira), and Jiro Taniguchi (The Summit of the Gods). Co-founder of Studio Ghibli, Isao Takahata, has also been conferred with the honor.

In conclusion, Rumiko Takahashi’s new knighthood is a well-deserved honor for her remarkable contributions to manga and anime. Her works have captivated audiences for decades, and she continues to deliver new stories and introduce newer generations to classic works with twists and revisits. Fans will continue to enjoy her series, and her award-laden career is a testament to her influence in the world of manga.

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