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Psychiatrist Irabu series

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The psychiatrist Irabu series is a series of short stories by the Japanese writer Hideo Okuda which features the fictional psychiatrist Dr. Ichirō Irabu. The stories were originally published in the literary magazine All Yomimono from August 2000 - January 2006 and later collected in three tankōbon: In the Pool, "Flying trapeze" and "Mayoral election". Of these, Kūchū Buranko is particularly acclaimed, having won Okuda the 131st Naoki Prize (given for a book published in the first half of 2004). However, as of January 2011, only In the Pool has been published in English, though the other collections have been published in other languages, including German and French. Works in other media based on the stories include a feature film, television drama, stage play and animated television series. Premise Ichiro Irabu is a psychiatrist of the Irabu General Hospital. He is fat and pale skinned, with a fetish for administering injections to patients. An unreasonable and rather i
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