Toriko Chiya

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Toriko Chiya
BornAugust 25
NationalityJapanese
Occupation Manga artist
Known for Clover , Tokyo Alice

Toriko Chiya (Japanese: 稚野鳥子, Hepburn: Chiya Toriko, born August 25 in Tokyo) is a Japanese manga artist. [1] She is best known for Clover as well as Tokyo Alice . [2]

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