Yasunari KAWABATA川端 康成
Family name (in kanji): 川端
Given name (in kanji): 康成
Hometown: Kita, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
(1968) Became the first Japanese to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature
Date of death: 1972-04-16
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