songs

Songs about Akamatsu:

songsLove Has Gone feat. Takeko Akamatsu (a.k.a. Craftwife) by Invisible Future from the Album Treasure of Voices

songsTembezi (feat. M.Akamatsu) [Marcellus Pittman Remix] by Ackin' from the Album Tembezi (feat. M.Akamatsu)

songsTembezi (feat. M.Akamatsu) [Original Mix] by Ackin' from the Album Tembezi (feat. M.Akamatsu)

songsTembezi (feat. M.Akamatsu) [Prins Thomas Version] by Ackin' from the Album Tembezi (feat. M.Akamatsu)

books

Books about Akamatsu:

booksRemembering the Akamatsus by Margaret G. Leonard (Apr 4, 2014)

booksCultivate Cat: Karuhiro Kojima + Kazuko Akamatsu by edited (Jan 1, 2007)

booksAkamatsu: Webster's Timeline History, 1346 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)

booksRobot God Akamatsu, Vol. 1, Graphic Novel by James Biggie, Josh Van Reyk and Frankie B. Washington (Jun 16, 2013)

booksNegima! 38 by Ken Akamatsu (April 23 2013) (1001)

booksNegima! Omnibus 9 (Negima!: Magister Negi Magi Omnibus) by Akamatsu, Ken (2014) Paperback by Ken Akamatsu (1010)

booksRobot God Akamatsu, Vol. 1, Graphic Novel, Hard Cover by James Biggie, Josh Van Reyk and Frankie Washington (May 27, 2013)

movies

Movies about Akamatsu:

moviesKen Akamatsu / My Forever Santa Movie Japan Animation DVD -

wiki

Wiki information Akamatsu:

Ken Akamatsu
Comic Book Creator, Fictional Character Creator, Visual Artist, Person, TV Program Creator, Author

Ken Akamatsu is a Japanese manga artist from Tokyo. After success with A.I. Love You from 1994–1997, he wrote what is considered his magnum opus, Love Hina from 1998 to 2001. His longest work to date has been Magical Teacher Negima! from 2003 to...

Masato Akamatsu
Baseball Outfielder, Person, Athlete, Measured person, Baseball Player

Masato Akamatsu is a Nippon Professional Baseball player. He is currently with the Hiroshima Toyo Carp. In August 2010, Masato made sports headlines by denying batter Shuichi Murata a home run with what sportswriters dubbed the "Spider-Man Catch,"...