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The Kodansha Manga Award (講談社漫画賞 Kōdansha Manga Shō) is an annual award for serialized manga published in the previous year, sponsored by the publisher Kodansha. It is currently awarded in four categories: children's, shōnen, shōjo, and general. The awards began in 1977, initially with categories for shōnen and shōjo. The first award for the general category was in 1982, and the first children's category's award was in 2003.
*Note: Only shōjo manga is included in this list.
|2005||Sugar Sugar Rune||Moyoco Anno|
|2006||Kitchen Princess||Miyuki Kobayashi and Natsumi Ando|
|2012||Missions of Love||Ema Toyama|