Augusto Higa Oshiro (Lima, 1946), He was born in the old Barracks 1, behind the Las Nazarenas neighborhood, between the La Aurora market and Monserrate. At the age of eight he moved to live in the area of El Porvenir and La Parada. He studied Peruvian and Latin American Literature at the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos. He has published the following short story books: Que te comer el tigre (1977), La casa de Albaceleste (1987), Okinawa existe (2013). The novels: End of the Future (1992), Japan does not give two chances (1994), The illumination of Katzuo Nakamatsu (2008). With Okinawa there he won the José Watanabe Varas prize, narrative section, 2012, from the Japanese Peruvian Association.