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Toriko manga sales compiled here (that are available).
Will also do sales comparison to other series.


2008
Did not appear in the yearly list.

Last seen rankings, both volumes released together.
69,177 Toriko vol.1
66,847 Toriko vol.2

2009
Did not appear in the yearly list.

Last seen rankings.
153,252 Toriko vol.3
149,487 Toriko vol.4
186,365 Toriko vol.5
179,648 Toriko vol.6

2010
Did not appear in the yearly list.

Last seen rankings.
167,067 Toriko vol.7
173,254 Toriko vol.8
184,113 Toriko vol.9
158,452 Toriko vol.10
190,911 Toriko vol.11

2011. (Nov 22nd 2010 - Nov 20th 2011)
No volume ranked but the overall sales for the year still ranked.
By series
*5, *4,665,634 Toriko

Backlog Sales ~2.220.000 (don't have the accurate numbers for the volumes so this is a general estimate)

Last seen rankings.
222,368 Toriko vol.12
209,894 Toriko vol.13
216,554 Toriko vol.14
anime started
311,498 Toriko vol.15
315,061 Toriko vol.16
331,144 Toriko vol.17

2012. (Nov 21 2011 - Nov 18 2012)
By series
11, *3,005,339 Toriko

By volume
58, *,487,114 Toriko vol.18
61, *,479,739 Toriko vol.19
66, *,466,116 Toriko vol.20
89, *,399,838 Toriko vol.21

Backlog Sales: 1,172,532

Last seen rankings.
353,555 Toriko vol.18
345,942 Toriko vol.19
365,494 Toriko vol.20
352,560 Toriko Vol.21


2013. (November 19 2012 to November 17 2013)
Volume 25, 26 and 27 did not rank on the yearly list.
By series
13 *2,844,248 Toriko

By volume
*83 *,463,879 Toriko vol. 22
*87 *,447,716 Toriko vol. 23
*89 *,441,906 Toriko vol. 24

Backlog Sales ~550.000

Last seen rankings.
*,344,353 Toriko vol.22
*,364,585 Toriko Vol.23
*,344,237 Toriko Vol.24
*,340,805 Toriko Vol.25
*,307,909 Toriko Vol.26
(released close to the cut off date) *,322,602 Toriko Vol.27


2014. (November 18, 2013 - November 16, 2014)
Toriko did not rank in the main yearly list, but did rank in the later released list.
By series.
31) Toriko (1,877,287)

By volume.
55 *,392,584 Toriko Vol.28
70 *,380,454 Toriko Vol.29
168 *347,011  Toriko Vol.30
Vol 31 and 32 did not appear in the yearly list, the cutoff line was 314,236.

Backlog Sales ~250.000

Last seen rankings in the weekly list.
315,626 Toriko Vol.28
313,560 Toriko Vol.29
anime ended
281,268 Toriko Vol.30
267,400 Toriko Vol.31
257,990 Toriko Vol.32


2015. (November 17, 2014 - November 22, 2015)
Toriko did not rank in the main yearly list, but did rank in the later released list
By series.
42) Toriko (1,485,595)

By volume.
171 *,336,125 Toriko 33
176 *,331,103 Toriko 34
182 *,322,905 Toriko 35
vol 36 did not make the list, the cutoff line of 294,367.

Backlog Sales ~ 210.000

Last seen rankings in weekly list.
May or may not appear in the 2015 list.
*,263,043 Toriko Vol.33
*,264,412 Toriko Vol.34
*,260,524 Toriko Vol.35
*,254,190 Toriko Vol.36


2016.
Did not appear in the main yearly list.


Last seen ranking in the weekly list.
*, 237,049 Toriko Vol.37
*, 224,658 Toriko Vol.38
*, 207,206 Toriko Vol.39
*, 203,095 Toriko Vol.40
*, 178,687 Toriko Vol.41
*, 181,207 Toriko Vol.42

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Toriko has surpassed 18 million in print with 27 volumes.
http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2013-11-22/toriko-manga-has-18-million-copies-in-print

Toriko has surpassed 20 million in print in 30 volumes.
http://www.manganetabarespoiler.com/toriko-surpassed-an-amazing-number-of-sales.html

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Sales Comparison To Other Series.

Gantz - 37 volumes - 20 million

Magical Teacher Negima! - 38 volumes - 20 million

Eyeshield 21 - 37 volumes - 22 million

Katekyo Hitman Reborn! - 42 volumes - 28.5 million (estimate for 2013 when it ended)

Fairy Tail - 41 volumes - about 25 million

Toriko - 35 volumes - about 22 million
7 x 450.000 (a year or so of sales) = 3.150.000
Add the backlog and it passes khr up to this point.

-VERDICT-
Toriko as a whole sells better than these series up to this point.
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LOL toriko sales per volume on Japan is the same as One Piece outside Japan.
 
 
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Wow Toriko has really gone down hill. It's too bad too considering how good it's been since the cooking festival arc.
 
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G_Spark233 said:
Wow Toriko has really gone down hill. It's too bad too considering how good it's been since the cooking festival arc.

It's a double whammy XD
The anime ending and the sudden timeskip in the manga really turned some fans off ( the ranking plummeted in the magazine after the timeskip)
But now it's back in the top rankings of the magazine with the Bambina arc and sales for vol 33 are a bit higher as well.
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Toriko last year sold about the same as beelzebub did in 2012,I seriously hope it doesn't get cancelled
 
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riqueterremoto said:
Toriko last year sold about the same as beelzebub did in 2012,I seriously hope it doesn't get cancelled

Beelzebub's cancellation was mostly due to it's rankings being at the bottom of the magazine for a couple of months.
Toriko is averaging around 5th to 6th place in the rankings so it shouldn't be cancelled and it's sales are still the 7th best of the 20 current series in JUMP (not counting hxh)
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riqueterremoto said:
Toriko last year sold about the same as beelzebub did in 2012,I seriously hope it doesn't get cancelled


Really?

I hope toriko makes 2015 top selling list.
 
 
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UchihaProdigy1 said:

Katekyo Hitman Reborn!-23 volumes-19 million
Katekyo Hitman Reborn!-25 volumes-20 million
Katekyo Hitman Reborn!-32 volumes-25.35 million (has not been officially updated since)
-Verdict-
Toriko has never sold as well as Reborn
Fairy Tail should be over 30 million

Hitman's last volumes sell about the same with current toriko after a year or so)
http://myanimelist.net/forum/?topicid=526586
Definitely won't be as high if they update it, but whatever.

Fairy tail shouldn't be over 30 mil yet, there only been 2 volume more since 47.
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ichii_1 said:
UchihaProdigy1 said:

Katekyo Hitman Reborn!-23 volumes-19 million
Katekyo Hitman Reborn!-25 volumes-20 million
Katekyo Hitman Reborn!-32 volumes-25.35 million (has not been officially updated since)
-Verdict-
Toriko has never sold as well as Reborn
Fairy Tail should be over 30 million

Hitman's last volumes sell about the same with current toriko after a year or so)
http://myanimelist.net/forum/?topicid=526586
Definitely won't be as high if they update it, but whatever.

Fairy tail shouldn't be over 30 mil yet, there only been 2 volume more since 47.
Doesn't change the fact that Toriko has never sold as well as Reborn.

Fairy tail had 25 million with at most 39 volumes, this article was published in November 2013, Fairy Tail volume 39 released in October 2013. Here is the link...http://www.excite.co.jp/News/android/20131105/Appget_News_40565.html
Every Volume of Fairy Tail since has been getting 600,000 and up first printings, the max first printing a Toriko volume has ever gotten is 590,000 with volume 19, volume 29 got a 540,000 first print and we all know it has been dropping, and just for reference the highest recorded first printing for a Reborn volume 630,000 with volume 23.
Please stop giving people misinformation.
a Toriko volume has never broken 500,000 in actual sales within a years time, and we all know Shue Isha put too much hope into Toriko's success, and it flopped, hell it Bleach's spot on jump covers in Japan.....
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and just for reference the highest recorded first printing for a Reborn volume 630,000 with volume 23.

Hitman's last volumes didn't even rank
http://myanimelist.net/forum/?topicid=731235

The fact toriko is stable means it will beat it in total sales with the same nr of volumes.
Oh and toriko has legs, it sells way more backlog than khr

I'm sure toriko will break 25 million before vol 39
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Updated the sales comparison a bit.
Toriko's backlog sells way more than khr's and sells higher than it's last volumes too.
I was using what's on the wikia, not my fault they don't update.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_best-selling_manga
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ichii_1 said:
Updated the sales comparison a bit.
Toriko's backlog sells way more than khr's and sells higher than it's last volumes too.
I was using what's on the wikia, not my fault they don't update.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_best-selling_manga


But when someone uses Toriko unupdated numbers you make sure to correct and even add some numbers from your head,you speculate Toriko is doing the best possible while others are doing the worst possible.

Beelzebub wich was cancelled and KHR old about the same Toriko did last year

http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2012-12-02/30-top-selling-manga-in-japan-by-series/2012

We don't know Toriko yearly sales but it was less than 1,937,059.
 
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riqueterremoto said:
We don't know Toriko yearly sales but it was less than 1,937,059.

31 *1,877,287 Toriko (トリコ)
http://myanimelist.net/forum/?topicid=1323439
It's funny how it barely missed the Top 30.
 
 
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Agafin said:
riqueterremoto said:
We don't know Toriko yearly sales but it was less than 1,937,059.

31 *1,877,287 Toriko (トリコ)
http://myanimelist.net/forum/?topicid=1323439
It's funny how it barely missed the Top 30.

Oh thanks,damn 31rd

This year with new season of to love ru,and anime of Prison school these will make into top 30.
Don't know for Toriko tough it looks like it's selling better recently but others mangas are also doing better too

It did around 150k more than beelzebub did on it's last year.
Toriko has more backlog volumes tough.
 
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riqueterremoto said:
Agafin said:

31 *1,877,287 Toriko (トリコ)
http://myanimelist.net/forum/?topicid=1323439
It's funny how it barely missed the Top 30.

Oh thanks,damn 31rd

This year with new season of to love ru,and anime of Prison school these will make into top 30.
Don't know for Toriko tough it looks like it's selling better recently but others mangas are also doing better too

It did around 150k more than beelzebub did on it's last year.
Toriko has more backlog volumes tough.

it still might get cancelled.

recent chapters are rushing
 
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So ummm... toriko didn't appear in the top 30 series or top 100 volume sales :(

But it only released 4 volumes this year, and it should have sold atleast 1.3 million as a whole.
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ichii_1 said:
So ummm... toriko didn't appear in the top 30 series or top 100 volume sales :(

But it only released 4 volumes this year, and it should have sold atleast 1.3 million as a whole.

LOL u defend the series so much. It sold 1.1m
 
 
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LOL u defend the series so much. It sold 1.1m

That's not counting the backlog sales which push it to 1.3m.
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ichii_1 said:
WhiteFlamee said:

LOL u defend the series so much. It sold 1.1m

That's not counting the backlog sales which push it to 1.3m.

How do you know how much the bock log sales are?
 
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AdmiralKizaru98 said:
ichii_1 said:

That's not counting the backlog sales which push it to 1.3m.

How do you know how much the bock log sales are?

You look at when the vol is released then compare the last seen sales with the sales in the list.
We only have the half year list for toriko, but vol 33 sold 60K in 5 months or so in backlog.
vol 34 and 35 is guaranteed at least that, 36 a bit less since it released in sept.
Plus the other volumes and it comes out around 1.3m.
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KHR sold way more than Toriko, please stop spreading false info, FT did as well, both have sales info that hasn't been updated since they were around volume 30....
 
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"about 22 million" alot of asspulling going on here.....

But when someone uses facts about reborn's numbers they're wrong because wiki doesn't say so...

But your bullshit 22 million numbers are correct....gn
 
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ichii_1 said:
G_Spark233 said:
Wow Toriko has really gone down hill. It's too bad too considering how good it's been since the cooking festival arc.

It's a double whammy XD
The anime ending and the sudden timeskip in the manga really turned some fans off ( the ranking plummeted in the magazine after the timeskip)
But now it's back in the top rankings of the magazine with the Bambina arc and sales for vol 33 are a bit higher as well.


I feel like so many shonens go this way when they reached Part 2. Naruto, One Piece, etc and even ones that just get too long like Fairy Tail and Bleach. It becomes convoluted and the pacing and power structure is messed up and weird. Characters are introduced and the cast can easily become bloated. Fights become more rushed, etc.

Basically what I'm saying is, overall, I've started to really really dislike this series since the time-skip and I've personally felt a deterioration in quality. I loved this series before the end of part 1, but I've taken to skimming chapters because of how much it sucks now :/ disappointing. Very tempted to bump its point down too.
 
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NowOrNever88 said:
ichii_1 said:

It's a double whammy XD
The anime ending and the sudden timeskip in the manga really turned some fans off ( the ranking plummeted in the magazine after the timeskip)
But now it's back in the top rankings of the magazine with the Bambina arc and sales for vol 33 are a bit higher as well.


I feel like so many shonens go this way when they reached Part 2. Naruto, One Piece, etc and even ones that just get too long like Fairy Tail and Bleach. It becomes convoluted and the pacing and power structure is messed up and weird. Characters are introduced and the cast can easily become bloated. Fights become more rushed, etc.

Basically what I'm saying is, overall, I've started to really really dislike this series since the time-skip and I've personally felt a deterioration in quality. I loved this series before the end of part 1, but I've taken to skimming chapters because of how much it sucks now :/ disappointing. Very tempted to bump its point down too.

u say that about ft yet u rated it higher than toriko.
 
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The rankings have been really unstable lately
 
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Yeah but since when? 2016? 2013?
I'm guessing it's 2016 since they never confirmed it before.
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Yeah but since when? 2016? 2013?
I'm guessing it's 2016 since they never confirmed it before.


2016, it still sold better than toriko

Toriko 20 volumes 13 million
Reborn 20 volumes 15 million

Toriko 26 volumes 17 million
Toriko 28 volumes 19 million
Reborn 25 volumes 20 million
Reborn 26 volumes 21 million
Toriko has never sold as well as Reborn
While I'm at it,
Fairy Tail 30 volumes 22.5 million
Toriko 30 volumes 20 million
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prediction - by vol. 40 toriko will be defeated by black clover in volume sales or they will be near equals
 
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prediction - by vol. 40 toriko will be defeated by black clover in volume sales or they will be near equals

As you can see, the vol sales have never been super high for toriko, I just hope it increases it's magazine rankings in the upcoming months that's what really matters for toriko.
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ichii_1 said:
WhiteFlamee said:
prediction - by vol. 40 toriko will be defeated by black clover in volume sales or they will be near equals

As you can see, the vol sales have never been super high for toriko, I just hope it increases it's magazine rankings in the upcoming months that's what really matters for toriko.

yea toriko never reached 500k volume sales. which the series u posted that it surpassed did like fairytail

I dont think its ever going to increase unless we get a anime or flashbacks of other areas. Pair arc had high numbers but once we got to another it went downhill
 
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WhiteFlamee said:
ichii_1 said:

As you can see, the vol sales have never been super high for toriko, I just hope it increases it's magazine rankings in the upcoming months that's what really matters for toriko.

yea toriko never reached 500k volume sales. which the series u posted that it surpassed did like fairytail

I dont think its ever going to increase unless we get a anime or flashbacks of other areas. Pair arc had high numbers but once we got to another it went downhill

He admits Toriko volume sales were never that high but still claims in the original post that Toriko sold Better than Reborn (650 a volume within a year at peak) and Fairy Tail (560k within a volume at peak), Toriko (480k within a year at peak), hmm
 
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WhiteFlamee said:

yea toriko never reached 500k volume sales. which the series u posted that it surpassed did like fairytail

I dont think its ever going to increase unless we get a anime or flashbacks of other areas. Pair arc had high numbers but once we got to another it went downhill

He admits Toriko volume sales were never that high but still claims in the original post that Toriko sold Better than Reborn (650 a volume within a year at peak) and Fairy Tail (560k within a volume at peak), Toriko (480k within a year at peak), hmm

reborn and fairy tail per volume peaks were in the 700ks I think
 
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WhiteFlamee said:
Moverman75 said:

He admits Toriko volume sales were never that high but still claims in the original post that Toriko sold Better than Reborn (650 a volume within a year at peak) and Fairy Tail (560k within a volume at peak), Toriko (480k within a year at peak), hmm

reborn and fairy tail per volume peaks were in the 700ks I think

Nope, they were just he said.
 
 
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2015 full year
1,485,595 Toriko

336,125 Toriko 33
331,103 Toriko 34
322,905 Toriko 35
 
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Moverman75 said:

He admits Toriko volume sales were never that high but still claims in the original post that Toriko sold Better than Reborn (650 a volume within a year at peak) and Fairy Tail (560k within a volume at peak), Toriko (480k within a year at peak), hmm


By "high" I mean 700K+
Toriko in it's prime was selling enough backlog to beat them.

2015's sales is better than expected, 2014 still had the anime for about half a year and 1 more vol.

2014
1,877,287
Backlog Sales ~250.000

2015
1,485,595
Backlog Sales ~ 210.000
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off topic but can someone find the sales of the 2009 OVA?
 
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Japan 2016 Half Yearly Ranking.

76. *,306,914 Toriko Vol.37
96. *,269,365 Toriko Vol.38

Not horrible I guess, it's holding steady, just needs a new anime for another boost.
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Japan 2016 Half Yearly Ranking.

76. *,306,914 Toriko Vol.37
96. *,269,365 Toriko Vol.38

Not horrible I guess, it's holding steady, just needs a new anime for another boost.

where u getting 22 million for toriko so far

2011 - 4.6m
2012 - 3m
2013 - 2.8m
2014 - 1.8m
2015 - 1.4m

thats only 13.6m lolz and toriko did not sell a lot in 2008-2010 to make it 22M. Copies in print doesnt mean copies sold
 
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where u getting 22 million for toriko so far.
Copies in print doesn't mean copies sold


I never said it sold 20 million, I'm just making an estimate with the 20 million as a base.
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