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Takekuni Kitayama (北山猛邦 Kitayama Takekuni) is a Japanese novelist of mystery fiction. He won the 24th Mephisto Prize for "Clock Castle" Murder Case. His works have been translated into Chinese, Taiwanese and Korean. Kitayama is known as a master of impossible situations with a physical trick behind them, giving him the nickname "Kitayama of Physics".

He wrote the light novel series Danganronpa Kirigiri and also wrote the sound novel Kirigiriso.[1] He's also a co-writer for the main series starting from Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony, responsible for the writing of murder tricks. He has expressed an interest in also writing a light novel focusing on Himiko Yumeno[2].

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Works

Kitayama's written works for the Danganronpa series include:

  • Danganronpa Kirigiri Vol. 1 (Light novel; 2013)
  • Danganronpa Kirigiri Vol. 2 (Light novel; 2013)
  • Danganronpa Kirigiri Vol. 3 (Light novel; 2014)
  • Danganronpa Kirigiri Vol. 4 (Light novel; 2015)
  • Kirigiriso (Sound novel; 2016)
  • Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony (Video game; 2017)
  • Danganronpa Kirigiri Vol. 5 (Light novel; 2017)
  • Danganronpa Kirigiri Vol. 6 (Light novel; 2018)
  • Danganronpa Kirigiri Vol. 7 (Light novel; 2020)

Credited

Other Danganronpa titles Kitayama is credited in include:

Other Works

In addition to working on the Danganronpa series, Kitayama's most prominent works include:

  • "Clock Castle" Murder Case (Novel; 2002)
  • "Alice Mirror Castle" Murder Case (Novel; 2003)
  • Boy Censorship (Novel; 2007)
  • Dancing Joker (Novel; 2008)
  • How to Remove a Black Cat from a Closed Room (Novel; 2009)
  • Reason Why We Stole the Constellation (Novel; 2011)
  • Orgoliane (Novel; 2014)
  • Teacher Stole the Important Thing (Novel; 2016)
  • Unnamed Too Kyo Games project - Writer

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