|Written by||Miyuki Kitagawa|
|Original run||25 March 1996 –22 July 1999|
Tokyo Juliet (東京ジュリエット,TōkyōJurietto) is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Miyuki Kitagawa. It was serialized in Shōjo Comic.
Shogakukan published the manga's 13 bound volumes between 25 March 1996 and 22 July 1999.Shogakukan re-released the manga in 6 bunkobons between 26 June 2002 and 26 November 2002.
The series is licensed in Spain by Editorial Ivrea.
The manga was adapted into a 17 episode Taiwanese drama titled (Chinese :東方茱麗葉; pinyin :dōng fāng zhū lì yè) starring Ariel Lin, Wu Chun of Fahrenheit and Simon Yam. It was produced by Comic Productions (可米製作股份有限公司) and directed by Mingtai Wang (王明台). It was broadcast on cable TV Gala Television (GTV) Variety Show/CH 28 (八大綜合台) on 6 June 2006 to 23 September 2006.
Kekkaishi is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yellow Tanabe. It was serialized in Shogakukan's shōnen manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Sunday from October 2003 to April 2011, with its chapters collected in 35 tankōbon volumes. The series is about Yoshimori Sumimura and Tokine Yukimura, heirs to rival families of kekkai users, who must defend their school from the spirits drawn to the sacred land upon which it is built.
Tokyo Boys & Girls is a Japanese shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Miki Aihara. It was serialized in Shogakukan's Bessatsu Shōjo Comic magazine, starting in 1994. Shogakukan later collected the individual chapters into five bound volumes from March 1995 to June 1996. Viz Media licensed the series for an English-language release in North America and published five volumes from July 2005 to July 2006.
They Were Eleven is a Japanese science fiction manga series written and illustrated by Moto Hagio. It was serialized in three issues of Shogakukan's Bessatsu Shōjo Comic magazine in 1975. The following year, it won the 21st Shogakukan Manga Award in the combined shōjo and shōnen category. The series has inspired a live-action television film, an anime film, multiple stage plays, and an audio drama CD. It also inspired a sequel manga series, Zoku Jūichinin Iru! Higashi no Chihei, Nishi no Towa, serialized in Bessatsu Shōjo Comic magazine from 1976 to 1977. They Were Eleven was originally licensed in English by Viz Media and published in the manga anthology Four Shōjo Stories in 1996. The series and its sequel have been licensed by Denpa for a new English-language release in 2022. The anime film was originally licensed in English by Central Park Media, but it was discontinued in 2004.
Boku wa Imōto ni Koi o Suru is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kotomi Aoki. Originally serialized in the magazine Shōjo Comic, its chapters were published in ten tankōbon volumes by Shogakukan from May 2003 to August 2005. The series focuses on fraternal twins Yori and Iku, who fall in love with one another despite being siblings.
Tokyo Juliet is a 2006 Taiwanese drama starring Ariel Lin, Wu Chun of Fahrenheit and Simon Yam. It is based on Japanese manga series Tokyo Juliet, 東京ジュリエット, written by Miyuki Kitagawa. It was produced by Comic Productions and directed by Mingtai Wang. It was broadcast on cable TV Gala Television (GTV) Variety Show/CH 28 (八大綜合台) on 3 June 2006 to 23 September 2006.
Asunaro Hakusho is a Japanese manga series by Fumi Saimon that was serialized in Shogakukan's Big Comic Spirits. It won the Shogakukan Manga Award for general manga in 1992.
Freesia is a psychological action thriller manga by Jiro Matsumoto. It was originally published by Shogakukan in the seinen manga magazine Monthly Ikki between September 2001 and August 2009. It was adapted into a live-action film in February 2007.
Riichiro Inagaki is a Japanese manga writer from Tokyo. He started his career in 2001 publishing works for Shogakukan's magazine Big Comic Spirits. After three one-shots, he moved to Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump, in which he started the work he is best known for, Eyeshield 21. In collaboration with the artist Yusuke Murata, Eyeshield 21 was serialized between July 2002 and June 2009 in Weekly Shōnen Jump. Between 2010 and 2015, Inagaki collaborated with several artists, including Bonjae, Katsunori Matsui, and Ryoichi Ikegami, and published one-shots in different magazines. He started a new serial titled Dr. Stone in Weekly Shōnen Jump in 2017 in collaboration with Boichi. He has 3 children with Orie Kimoto.
Akiko Higashimura is a Japanese manga artist from Kushima in Miyazaki Prefecture. She debuted in the now-defunct manga magazine Bouquet Deluxe in 1999 with Fruits Kōmori (フルーツコウモリ) and later gained notoriety for her manga Kisekae Yuka-chan, which debuted in Cookie magazine in 2001. Higashimura was nominated for the Manga Taishō in 2008 for Himawari: Kenichi Legend, in 2009 for Mama wa Tenparist, in 2010 for Princess Jellyfish, in 2011 for Omo ni Naitemasu, and in 2016 and 2017 for Tokyo Tarareba Girls. In 2010, she won the 34th Kodansha Manga Award for Best Shōjo Manga for Princess Jellyfish. In 2015, she won both the 8th Manga Taishō and the Grand Prize at the 19th Japan Media Arts Festival for Blank Canvas: My So-Called Artist's Journey. In 2019, she won the Eisner Award for Best U.S. Edition of International Material—Asia for Tokyo Tarareba Girls. Higashimura's younger brother, Takuma Morishige, is the author of the manga My Neighbor Seki.
Tokyo Daigaku Monogatari is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tatsuya Egawa. It was published in Shogakukan's Big Comic Spirits from 1992 to 2001, its chapters were collected in 34 tankōbon volumes. The story follows, high schooler Naoki Murakami who asks Haruka Mizuno to date him. They date while both worry about their upcoming university entrance examinations.
Yūsuke Kozaki is a Japanese manga artist and character designer.
Komi Can't Communicate is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tomohito Oda. It has been serialized in Shogakukan's shōnen manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Sunday since May 2016, with its chapters collected in 29 tankōbon volumes as of April 2023. The series is licensed in North America by Viz Media.
Tokyo Revengers is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Ken Wakui. It was serialized in Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine from March 2017 to November 2022, with its chapters collected in 31 tankōbon volumes. The story follows Takemichi Hanagaki, a 26-year-old freeter with a gloomy life, learns that his ex-girlfriend, Hinata Tachibana, has died in a dispute involving the Tokyo Manji Gang. The next day, while returning from a part-time job, Takemichi gets pushed off the subway platform by someone. As he is about to be hit, he jumps back in time, twelve years. He happens to have returned to the year he was dating Hinata and then, Takemichi makes the decision to do everything to prevent her death.
Bōkyaku no Sachiko is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Jun Abe. It has been serialized in Shogakukan's seinen manga magazine Weekly Big Comic Spirits since August 2014. It was adapted into a 12-episode television drama broadcast on TV Tokyo from October to December 2018.
Tokyo Higoro is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Taiyō Matsumoto. It has been serialized in Shogakukan's seinen manga magazine Big Comic Original Zōkan since June 2019.
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