Hiromu Arakawa (kadın ō ō Arakawa Hiromu), (May 8, 1973) is a Japanese female manga artist from Hokkaida. His real name is Hiromi Arakawa (ak 美 弘 荒 Arakawa Hiromi). His most famous manga is Fullmetal Alchemist, who achieved success both in Japan and around the world and later adapted to the two animas. She usually draws her own portrait in the form of a spectacled cow because she has been born and raised in a dairy farm with her five sisters. Arakawa is the co-author of Etın Hiroyuki's Mah Y guru Guru Guru, and is a friend of Shakugan no Shana's writer Yashichiro Takahashi. Arakawa's career began with his work Stray Dog, but he is best known as the creator and creator of the world of Fullmetal Alchemist. Although he did not make any active contributions to the writing of the TV series during the production of the animate, it was found in the BONES employees' meetings to give the understanding of the world of Fullmetal Alchemist.

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