Translation Works
To Japanese
Toshiko Tamura
After leaving the department of Japanese of Japan Women's University without a diploma, Toshiko Tamura (1884-1945) joined the group of one of the greatest writers of the time, Rohan Koda, and published a novel Tsuyuwake goromo under the pen name of "Roei" which was given by Rohan. Then she became an actress in a theatre group of writers such as Kido Okamoto. But she made a debut as a novelist with Akirame (Resignation), which won the first prize of the novel contest of Osaka Asahi newspaper in 1911. She published novel after novel and became very popular, but died in Shanghai of a brain hemorrhage at the age of 62.