Fujiko Fujio| birth_date = | birth_place = Himi, Toyama, Japan | death_date = | death_place = | nationality = Japanese | occupation = Manga artist | years_active = 1951–present | notableworks = ''Ninja Hattori-kun''
''Obake no Q-tarō''
''See list'' | awards = Shogakukan Manga Award (1963, 1982) }}
was a pen name of a manga writing duo formed by two Japanese manga artists. Their real names are and . They formed their partnership in 1951, and used the Fujiko Fujio name from 1954 until dissolution of the partnership in 1987.
From the outset they adopted a collaborative style where both worked simultaneously on the story and artwork, but as they diverged creatively they started releasing individual works under different names, Abiko as , and Fujimoto as . Throughout their career they won many individual and collaborative awards, and are best known for creating the popular and long-running series ''Doraemon'', the main character of which is officially recognized as a cultural icon of modern Japan. Some influences of most of their projects are the works of acclaimed manga artist Osamu Tezuka and many US cartoons and comic books - including the works of Hanna-Barbera. Provided by Wikipedia