Dr. Kenzou Tenma is a renowned brain surgeon of Japanese descent working in Europe. Highly lauded by his peers as one of the great young minds that will revolutionize the field, he is blessed with a b...read more.
Based off of a story arc from Osamu Tezuka's Tesuwan Atom, Pluto follows the Europol detective Gesicht as he tries to uncover the mystery behind a string of robot and human deaths. The case becomes mu...read more.
44 years old, single, working in a construction company for his entire life. All Kurosawa wants is a little respect from his co-workers. And a little popularity won't hurt. Unfortunately Kurosawa's pl...read more.
A manga that revolves around an old-fashioned all-night food stall, the various dishes that the stall owner prepares to suit the tastes of different customers, and the joys, griefs, trials and tribula...read more.
An anthology of six short stories. The title story is set in the Klondike region in 1897 and recounts the American author Jack London’s fortuitous encounter with an enigmatic old man. White Wilderness...read more.
Winner of Manga Award 2008 and the 54th Shougakukan Manga Award. Shimazaki Sanpo is a volunteer member of the mountain rescue team of Japanese Alps. Confronting a life-threatening situation he always...read more.
Set 20 years after the end of the original Master Keaton story. The series will again follow the half-Japanese, half-English father and multi-talented sleuth as he investigates more cases in Europe. (...read more.
The only common feature running through these stories is a grown-up protagonist somehow coming face-to-face with his childhood past, in a testament to the loss of youth, the disillusionment of growing...read more.
A sophisticated collection of tales, ranging from the macabre to heartwarming to wacky. The trials and tribulations of daily life. 1. P no Higeki (The Tragedy of P) 2. Roman no Akindo (The Merchant of...read more.
Following a collective trip to Europe, a Japanese artist makes a solo career in Paris, intending to visit the museums of the French capital.
Senmu no Inu contains six short stories that may especially appeal to readers with an appreciation for stories about relationships, character, and understanding other people. These are stories for thi...read more.
Dragon Gon... A 36 year old bachelor and lusterless boxer who is on the verge of retirement. By all expectations, he would quietly and uneventfully retire. Until he happened to meet a vivacious actres...read more.
Jinbe is the story of the relationship between Jinpei and his step-daughter, Miku. Miku's mother died after being married to Jinpei for a little over a year, when she was 13 years old, and Jinpei has...read more.
"The great modern recession that you couldn't see coming. Have you ever wondered … if you could know if the future holds happiness for you or…?" (Source: Rumic World) Contents: 1. Positive Cooking 2....read more.
The manga consists of nine entirely separate short stories set in World War II, each reimagining a famous fairy tale with the European theater of World War II as a backdrop, often with poignant result...read more.
1. Higaeri no Yume (One Day Dream) 2. Oyaji Graffiti (Graffiti Pop) 3. Giri no Holidays (A Compulsory Holidays) 4. Help 5. Akai Hanataba (Red Bouquet) 6. Permanent Love
Pineapple Army is a story about a legendary Japanese ex-mercenary, working as a self-defense instructor. He is sent all around the world for a job by an international self-defense agency, and in each...read more.
A collection of 12 short stories published in one volume by Shogakukan in 1988. A fantasy about a middle-aged office worker who trains every day in order to become Japan's first astronaut. This work a...read more.
Set at the end of the Edo (Tokugawa Shoganate) era, the series depicts Cloud's family with his wife, Turtle, their 11-year-old son and 8-year-old daughter. The Clouds are always ignoring work and play...read more.
The plot takes place in a small community in post-war Tokyo, and follows the interweaving story threads of a number of the community's residents over the course of a single year as Tokyo Tower is bein...read more.
The story focuses on salaryman Densuke Hamasaki (a.k.a Hama-chan), whom his supervisor Sasaki has dubbed the "Fishing Baka" because of his passion for fishing. One day Hama-chan meets and befriends an...read more.
The manga is about a series of unrelated short stories of people's life and their lessons in life. Very realistic art. Deals with social issues. Human Crossing received the 1985 Shogakukan Manga Award...read more.
Kyouto, April 1928. Oshikouji Ryu (Ryu means dragon in Japanese, the title Ron is the Chinese pronunciation of dragon (Long)) is 17 years old, and is called 'Genius swordman, Dragon of Kyouto'. He wil...read more.
How about this, a manga for adults—and not young adults either. This is a series of stories about love and romance amongst the older generations. As the manga itself says, "In the later years of their...read more.
Manga adaption of the award-winning Kaneshiro Kazuki novel of the same name.
Searching for the lost island Atlantis. (Source: MU)
Okita Keisuke begins his career as a golfer at age 24. Okita gets a good result in the Asian tour, and attends the UK open. He meets a caddie named Lily who's the daughter of a family of many excellen...read more.
Abu-san is a baseball manga that tells the story of fictional baseball player Kageura Yasutake.
Manga centers on Toshiko Ueda, a woman who during the pre-war era when drawing manga was not considered a popular career choice, decided to devote her life to being a manga creator. (Source: ANN)
Ando Natsu, whose dream is to become a patissiere, finds herself jobless after the shop owner's sudden death. She goes to Tokyo in search of another job at a confectionery but the recruiting period ha...read more.
Tomomi Asahina greatly admired Tsuchikado Daigo, a doctor who saved her brother's life 17 years ago, so she became a paediatrician at the Tsuchikado children's medical clinic. Unfortunately, children'...read more.
"Rashoumon" is the last gate for humans to pass in life. Detectives of Toto Police Station have an urge to fight against something beyond crimes. (Source: MU)
The hero, nearly killed by carbon monoxide poisoning while on a solo assignment in another city, loses his memory and can no longer recognize his own family. Unconsciously, his feet carry him to the h...read more.
Fujii Yoshiyuki is a single man who works as a cameraman and has found no success in life. At the age of 32, he enrolls at the Buddhist Institute in order to become a Buddhist monk and to take over th...read more.
Based on Agatha Christie's The A.B.C. Murders and Murder in the Mews.
1-3. Aoi Tori 4-8. Wakuraba (Kaikou)
The story centers on the life of Kawata Yoshio, an eccentric judge. The popularity of the series seems to stem from both the good-natured wisdom of its hero, Judge Kawata, and the glimpse it offers of...read more.