2016年01月31日 17時07分 JST

水木しげるさん、しめやかにお別れの会 妻・布枝さんが語った53年の思い


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To go with Japan-history-WWII-anniversary-soldiers,FEATURE by Kyoko HASEGAWA This picture taken on May 12, 2015 shows Japanese 93-year-old comic artist Shigeru Mizuki showing his famous character 'Kitaro' as he speaks to AFP an reporter at his studio in Tokyo. Mizuki uses manga, graphic novels, to spread his message of the horror of war. In his works, including the award-winning 'Onward Towards Our Noble Deaths', Mizuki describes the lot of enlisted soldiers sent to New Britain island, now part of Papua New Guinea. In an essay with a hundred of sketches he drew as 'a war chronicle', Mizuki tells of how he was the only survivor when his unit came under attack in 1944. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO (Photo credit should read YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/AFP/Getty Images)

水木しげるさん、お別れの会しめやかに 妻・布枝さん「夫は自然体だった」







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