Tokihiko Matsuura

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Tokihiko Matsuura (松浦 聡彦, Matsuura Tokihiko, born April 4, 1968) is a Japanese manga artist from Mie prefecture. He has published his works in a number of Shogakukan manga magazines, including Shonen Sunday , Young Sunday , and Big Comic Superior . [1]

His best-known published manga is Tuxedo Gin . Also, he was formerly an assistant to Tatsuya Egawa.

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