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SM magazine created by the famous SM illustrator Reiko Kita (Toshiyuki Suma) three years after leaving Kitan Club magazine. Uramado featured illustrated stories, articles on sexuality and nude photo galleries (both SM and vanilla). After January 1966, Uramado changes to Suspense Magazine.
Publishers and Editors
Publisher: Kubo Shoten
Editor: Toshiyuki Suma (1956-1961)
Editor: Chimuo Nureki (1962-1966)
1956: Uramado founded by Toshiyuki Suma.
1957 (Mar): Alluring Evil Adulteresses Special Issue.
1957: Chimuo Nureki publishes "Blue-headed Man" under the alias Toyokichi Iida.
1962: Chimuo Nureki becomes editor-in-chief.
1966: The January issue is Uramado's final issue.
Uramado started under the name "Kappa" in January 1956, and changed to Uramado in October.
Toshiyuki Suma illustrated for Uramado under the names Reiko Kita and Ko Minomura.