|Date of Birth||18th October 1970|
|Place of Birth||Kanagawa|
Yuu Miri was born in Yokohama in 1968. She is the eldest daughter of a Korean family.
In 1984, when she was a high school student, she dropped out Yokohama Kyouritu Gakuen High shool. In 1993, she won a prize at the 37th Kishida Kokugi Gikkyoku for her work "Carnival Of Fish.". After that, she went to"The Kid Brothers" in Tokyo. She formed 'Youth May Coterie'.
In1996, She wrote her first novel "Full House".(literature SHunshuu). By this work, she got the 24th Izumi Kyouka literature prize and the 18th Coma arts and literature new figure prize.
Next year, She was a 116th prize winner,for she wrote her second novel "Cinema Of Family"(startlingly company). This event was big matter for her. She was picked up by many newspapers and magazines. She was admired by other writer and famous people. However some people criticized her. For example, Sonority said 'She was a pessimist, especially for human righits. Nevertheless, she don't mind other people's opinion. She has original sense of values.
On the contrary, she will go on writing.
There are many works of her. For example, she wrote essay ,"A Sample Of Family"(Asahi Newspaper Company.), "Yuu Miri's Suicide", "A Dictionary Of After Human's Death",""From Store's window"etc "Grave Of A Flower", "Green Bench", new edition"A Festival Of A Horn".
Nowadays, old and young, man and woman read her works.
|Try Me||January 1995|
|Taiyo No Season||April 1995|
|Stop The Music||July 1995|
|Body Feels Exit||October 1995|
|Chase The Chance||December 1995|
|Don't Wanna Cry||March 1996|
|Yor're My Sunshine||June 1996|
|Sweet 19 Blues||August 1996|
|A walk In The Park||November 1996|
|Can You Celebrate?||February 1997|
|How To Be A Girl||May 1997|
|Dreaming I Was Dreaming||November 1997|
|Can You Celebrate?||December 25, 1997||RELEASED ALBUMS|
|Sweet 19 Blues||July 22, 1996|
|Concentration 20||July 24, 1997|
References: Magazines for women, Dictionary of popular people
Reported by: Noe Kobayashi
Data verified by: Aya Nakashima
Date of Report: November 1999
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