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Takemichi is a 26-year-old unemployed virgin who learns that the girl he dated in middle school—the only girl he ever dated—has died. Then, after an accident he finds himself in a time leap back to his middle school years. He vows to change the future and save the girl, and to do that he aims to rise to the top of the Kantou region's most brutal delinquent gang. (Source: ANN)

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Mar 1, 2017
1,125 7.80
An anthology of stories about ordinary high school guys and their relationships...or lack thereof. Boys Be... takes a look at the trials of love and loss from a refreshing point of view and often adds interesting insight into what a relationship is like from an average guys point of view! (Source: Tokyopop)

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Jul 24, 1991
1,099 6.51
Noritaka is a loser in high-school with no hopes of ever being cool. He just happens to have a strong kick, a love for kickboxing, and a crush on a girl that's probably impossible to get. But wait, she's into to strong men, the total opposite of Noritaka. Maybe he can use that leg of his to get really strong at kickboxing and win her heart! Sounds like a plan? Read this manga to see if it works.

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Mar 13, 1991
1,065 7.37
Special chapters of Tsubasa: WoRLD CHRoNiCLE - Nirai Kanai-hen published to celebrate release of the 1st and 3rd volume, respectively.

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Feb 18, 2015
1,032 7.37
The series takes place in a world plagued by Shocker, a mysterious world-wide terrorist organization formed by remaining members of the Nazis. To further its plans for world domination, Shocker recruited its agents through kidnapping, turning their victims into mutant cyborgs and, ultimately, brainwashing them. However, one victim named Takeshi Hongo escaped just before the final brainwashing. With his sanity and moral conscience intact, Hongo battled Shocker's minions as the grasshopper-themed altered human superhero Kamen Rider. (Source: Wikipedia)

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?? ??, 1971
1,029 6.87
Teru Mahigashi is a surgeon just out of medical school. Saving lives and helping people is the point of his chosen profession, and he seems pretty good at it, when he's not screwing up. People wonder why he has decided to become a doctor, when he is so clumsy, until his past starts reveal, and his ability to save lives becomes apparent with each operation... Gradually, Teru and all of his colleagues will make a huge change in the medical world. (Source: Tama-Chan Scans)

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Jul 12, 2000
986 7.66
The manga is based on the "This Man" urban legend, which supposedly began when a woman living in New York told her psychiatrist in 2006 that she had been seeing the face of a man she had never met before in her dreams. Supposedly, more than 3,000 people all over the world have claimed to see "This Man" while dreaming. In present-day Japan, Hakaru Amano, an investigator who works with facial composites, is asked by a mother and daughter to draw the face of a man who illegally trespassed on their premises. He comes up with the face of "This Man." The story of a serial killer begins to unfold.

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Apr 25, 2018
976 7.00
A direct sequel to Hammer Session taking place 6 months after the original series. "You" once again escaped from the prison to a high school where he became a transferred student. Now what kind of lesson was he going to teach his "classmates"?

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May 26, 2010
959 7.31
Some athletes dream of the bling-bling, others dream of the women. But real hoop dreams reflect the desire to be the best. The dream of being able to take the rock, drive the lane, and take it to the hole. That's Nate Torres, branded as the team benchwarmer, just trying to get that shot at high school fame and glory. When he blows his chance to try and make his high school team, he takes his dream to the only place he has left ... the streets. Away from the spotlight and glory of organized basketball, Nate Torres discovers himself on a back alley half-court. (Source: Tokyopop)

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Jul 27, 1994
950 7.82
Wajima Takeru loves dogs and when he goes to the pound to pick up a new dog, he catches the eye of one particular dog that, according to the workers, doesn't interact or play. It turns out that the most famous detective in history, Sherlock Holmes, has been reincarnated as this dog that Takeru names Sherdock (Sherlock + Dog). Only Takeru can hear his voice, but his mind is just as brilliant as ever. With the help of Takeru, who fills in the role of Watson, Sherdock uses his incredible observation and deduction skills to solve crimes around the city. (Source: MU)

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Oct 19, 2011
937 7.52
14-year-old Rin Amami is a gifted dancer who has been forced to give up his dream of becoming a singer like his mom because of his deep, frog-like voice. A chance encounter with the idol singing group Beatmen, however, gives him the opportunity to bring his old dream to life. Despite its oddness, his voice possesses a certain charisma: a captivating power, recognized by some as the legendary "Dragon Voice." Rin's destiny becomes intertwined with the Beatmen, Shino, Goh, Toshi, and Yuhgo, as the smalltime idol agency RedShoes attempts to take them to the top! (Source: Tokyopop)

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Jan 17, 2001
910 7.52
When the looming Cold War shrouded Japan, mysterious murders were reported there. The suspect was a man with a skull-like helmet and a cape and clothing as black as the inside of a grave. Accompanied by a shape-shifting beast named Garo, the Skull Man terrified Japanese society—without giving the people a clear reason why. (Source: MU)

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Jan ??, 1970
894 6.39
Seven new Kindaichi cases. Case / Volume listings can be found under More Info.

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Jan 14, 1998
884 8.06
The story takes place in 19th century China during the Qing Dynasty, where the Emperor was weakened and the country was close to chaos. It is also during a fictitious era called "The Era of the Cooking Wars." It was an era in which top chefs with different cooking styles tried their best to improve their skills and to become the best chef in China. It is a country where insulting a high-grade chef or fooling around with cooking could land a person in a jail, and impersonating a top-chef is as good as usurpation of authority. Chefs compete with each other in order to gain respect and even power, but also with the risks of losing everything. After the death of Mao's mother, Pai, who was called the 'Fairy of Cuisine,' Mao becomes a Super Chef in order to take the title as Master Chef of his mother's restaurant. However, before he takes his mother's place as Master Chef, he continues to travel China in order to learn more of the many ways of cooking, in the hopes of becoming a legendary chef, just like his mother. During his journey, he meets great friends and fierce rivals who wish to challenge him in the field of cooking. (Source: MU) Included one-shot: Volume 4: King of Tower

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Sep 27, 1995
858 7.55
Special collaboration between Shounen Magazine series.

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Apr 1, 2015
856 6.02
Youkai are mysterious, trouble-making spirits and demons that have tormented Japan for centuries. Kotoko's grandfather exorcised them for a living, but Kotoko never thought that her family lineage was an asset. Then she meets Kuro, a youkai doctor. Youkai have doctors? Now Kotoko is learning firsthand that healing the youkai is a lot more challenging than getting rid of them! (Source: MU) Included one-shot: Volume 12: Kiraboshi Tentou

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Jul 5, 2006
843 7.31
Shinonome Nozomi, a first year, joins her school's Astronomy Club in order to look out for shooting stars and have her wish granted. Her fellow member, Musashi Shouta, however does not want her around because she has disturbed his plans to live out a peaceful and private life in the Astronomy Club. Nozomi, however, insists on staying. Soon after, Shouta discovers that he has the ability to summon shooting stars at will by snapping his fingers. What will the two Astronomy Club members do upon making this discovery? And what exactly is Nozomi's wish...?

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Jan 20, 2016
831 7.27
Doctor K is a doctor with exceptional skill. Graduated from a top-tier, high profile medical college, instead of working in a hospital or running his own clinic, he prefers to live his life wandering around to treat people in needs of help. Being observant, this make K diagnosis the patient symptom quickly. However, his outstanding skill that always leave the other doctor in awe is his surgery skill-the way he uses his knife is extremely quick and precise. His patient comes from all walk of live, from an ordinary young kids who is a nobody that don't know who K is to a high profile people who have heard about his skill and needs him for his medical skills.

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Mar ??, 1988
810 7.26
Rick has lived a normal life as a mechanic's apprentice in a world underground. That, however, is about to change as he bumps into a strange intruder who is not quite like anyone Rick has ever seen before. Venus, the intruder, claims to be from another world just like Rick's, though slightly different. With the police after Venus, can they figure out what is going on? (Source: MU)

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Aug 21, 1985
805 6.14
The manga revolves about a mermaid named Muromi, her travels and her quirky personality. She speaks with a Hakata dialect and she thinks sea water fish are better than freshwater fish. She has a sweet tooth and loves sake. She's also said to have been living for thousands of years (although she has the appearance of a teenage girl with a fishtail). Join Muromi on her adventure, as she gets caught in high school student Takuro Mukojima's fishing nets, as she meets more friends, new and old, and enjoy their weird but hilarious conversations. Or, you could just watch her bother Takuro on his fishing days with lame gags, just for laughs. (Source: MangaHelpers)

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Jan 21, 2009
786 7.27
Arata was just your normal high schooler, until one day when things started to move. He gets entangled in a phone game called "Dragon Collection". With his only redeeming quality being lucky, what can he do about conquering the World? (Source: Shoujo-Sense)

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Aug 31, 2011
774 7.03
The manga centers around Teruaki Oda, a high school senior gifted in smarts, looks, and money. This seemingly perfect scion of Japan's powerful Oda Group gets caught in a nightmarish game with the son of the Belmont mafia family's boss. (Source: MU)

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Apr 10, 2013
751 7.40
Your everyday soon-to-be junior high school student, Kinoshita Shinya, is only on a family visit when he gets lost. Your everyday karate kid, Yanagiya Takumi, is only going on a run when he runs into Shinya. When being lost and training diligently brings new encounters, a new friendship is born! Follow this amazing new series about Karate that is sure to excite! (Source: Washokudan)

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Feb 3, 2016
748 7.24
Assassins—they are humans that have exceptional skills which they use in killing people. The most dangerous among them is the Assassin of Crimson—the former leader of the Assassin guild Yuuyami, and the one who killed the country's leader, King Mars. Due to this, the country's princess has declared that whoever captures her will obtain fortune and become the princess' husband, essentially becoming the next king. Virgil is a guy who has red hair and looks like a girl. He is travelling with a performing troupe while searching for his twin brother Serge. His peculiar features seem to have matched the known characteristics of the Assassin of Crimson. The following events will lead him to discover the mystery behind the death of the king—and the identity of the Assassin of Crimson. (Source: MangaIchi Scanlation Division)

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Apr 1, 2015
741 6.57
Kakashi is just a regular kid who wants to be something more: a swashbuckling, globe-trotting adventurer. Kakashi gets his wish when he meets Toto, a little dog with a big secret—he can transform into a gigantic magic dragon. But it turns out that Toto actually belongs to the Nassau Imperial Army, and these ruthless killers want their secret weapon back. (Source: ANN)

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Apr 15, 2005
728 7.14
After being bullied at his old school, Makoto wants to be the main character of his own story. When he finds a bill with his face on it on a school trip to Kyoto, he takes it as a sign, which leads him to fall into a river. Once he comes to, he realizes that he has been transported back to the period of time in Japan known as the Bakumatsu! (Source: MU)

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May 25, 2011
679 7.00
Katsuo is starting a new semester,he wants to throw away his dark past and build up the bright future of his dreams. His wish was fulfilled and he was able to start his life anew... However, he instead got something he didn't wish for: A life as a self-torturing outlaw.

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Nov 5, 1997
665 6.83
Eight years ago, Mochizuki Saya was raped and murdered by three juvenile delinquents. Protected under the Juvenile Act, the delinquents have been allowed to re-enter society... but Mochizuki Wataru, Saya's younger brother, hasn't forgotten their crime and wishes for their punishment. Not long after his sister's death anniversary, he decides to look for those responsible, however, he is run over with a bike by one of the delinquents and hospitalized. While at the hospital, he awakes the ability to interact with other people's dreams and discovers that these interactions bring real-life effects. Knowing that his ability allows him to do a "perfect crime," he vows to avenge his sister... when night falls. [Written by weramos]

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Jul 4, 2018
656 7.27
A new series of Kindaichi mysteries, beginning with murders that seem to imitate a Vampire Legend...

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Aug 4, 2004
613 7.95
A boy named Oda Shinsuke is very infatuated with billiards. Problems arise when a new student body president, Hayakawa Asako, suddenly decided to cut the funding for his billiards club. Unhappy with that, Shinsuke wants to convince Asako that his billiards club is worthy of the funding. He decided to challenge a two-time former national billiards champion. Will Chinmi be able to defend his club? (Source: Mangasync)

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?? ??, 1987
605 7.43
If he grabs a sword, he looks like a beast full of blades. During the Edo Period, there was a rumor of a certain monster called "Mononote" running over all the Nakasendou Route. Okota, a traveling girl, meets Hitatsura, a boy with strange "reversed hands." Ninja's daily work during peace times! Meet the hard and magnificent world of Edo ninja's humble jobs.

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Aug 10, 2016
565 7.26
The story features the characters Mizuki Murata, who lost his emotions in a car accident, but in return gained an extremely good memory, and his rival Junbei Sonokawa.

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Dec 22, 2015
546 7.22
There is a high school that rests on an island where sly gamblers gather. The unlucky heroine, Shinonome Karin, is met with misfortune on the very first day she transfers to her new school and gets wrapped up in a rigged gamble. At that moment, she is saved by Kumode Nagisa, a teacher with an unsettling air who hates gambling. (Source: MU)

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Oct 10, 2018
540 6.76
Ajiyoshi Yoichi is a culinary prodigy who manages the eating house together with his mother. One day, Murata Genjirou appears in the eating house and is surprised at the delicious taste and delicate culinary skills of the katsudon prepared by Youichi. Subsequently, Youichi is being invited to the Ajiou Building in which he is involved in a spaghetti match with the in-house Italian chef, Marui. Youichi's novel culinary ideas, coupled with his enthusiasm of serving the best for his guests, allow him to defeat Marui in the match. From then on, Youichi begins to compete with other rivals in the race for the best tastes and dishes. (Source: ANN)

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Sep 3, 1986
533 7.41
A young man has a chilling dream. He is in a cold, dark hallway, gripping a knife in his hand. But when the terrors he encounters bleed into reality, nobody is safe... (Source: SiberOwl)

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Aug 5, 2015
521 6.11
This doctor is much closer to death than anyone else! Overwhelming murderous tension――!! A medical suspense action, which you've never experienced, rises the curtain!

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Jun 1, 2016
520 7.21
It's about the coastal lifeguard, as Hyogo Kanbayashi tries to make his way through to enter Tokkyu, the elite lifeguard team. (Source: MU)

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May 15, 2004
510 7.61
After a series of bizarre incidents in his school, student Kometaki Okaka decided to investigate the cause of it. What he discovers will turn his world upside down. (Source: MU)

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Apr 27, 2016
509 6.53
Due to some miscommunication, three girls were recruited to become idols instead of one. As a result, the company decided to make them a group.

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Jun 14, 2006
492 6.93
Side story of Diamond no Ace that was collected in Diamond no Ace: Guide Book - Ura.

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May 14, 2014
485 7.71
An unknown, tall-hatted noble. A lovely and beautiful high-class lady. A competitive and energetic high school girl. These three mismatched people each aim for one place, each with different reasons. Who is the man who waits for them there? Koji Kumeta writes a new world filled with glee and wonder!

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Nov 6, 2013
481 7.04
Oda Yuuma is an odd young man. He can float off the ground. He can see into the future. He scares the crap out of some of his classmates and teachers. There is a physicist trying to understand how he does what he does, but Oda-kun has his own agenda, and it involves a possible future he has seen of a girl from his school… (Source: MangaHelpers)

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?? ??, 2003
477 6.36
Ryuu stows away on a space vessel, only to be found by the crew when it's far to late to return to Earth. So they stick him in a spare sleep capsule instead. Things take a turn for the unexpected, however, when Ryuu wakes up to find himself the sole survivor of the expedition, the spaceship having crash landed on a grossly mutated and wholly unfamiliar Earth. Joining forces with fellow survivors from a different crash, Ryuu and his comrades fight to survive on this new and deadly Earth as they search for any humans that might have made it through the mysterious apocalypse. (Source: MU)

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Mar 5, 1969
476 7.09
A high school aged karate expert who is descended from a long line of ninja. While he may be a fighting genius, he lacks common sense and any inhibitions whatsoever. He spends most of his time getting into trouble with school officials, and trying to steal girls' panties; especially Mayumi's. He is very protective of three things: his long hair, his panty collection, and Mayumi. (Source: Wikpedia)

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Aug 11, 1982
467 7.66
Kokubo Masahiko is normal Junior High School student, but because of his bad grades he gets a home tutor known by the name of Hamanaka Ai. With help from her senpai Nakamura Ryouko, she goes about her days being a home tutor to a young boy bringing perversion and misunderstandings along with it. (Source: Faithful Encounters)

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Sep 3, 2003
452 6.97
The story is about Hyuma Hoshi, a promising young baseball pitcher who dreams of becoming a top star like his father Ittetsu Hoshi in the professional Japanese league. His father was once a 3rd baseman until he was injured in World War II and was forced to retire. The boy would join the ever popular Giants team, and soon he realized the difficulty of managing the high expectations. From the grueling training to battling the rival Mitsuru Hanagata on the Hanshin Tigers, he would have to take out his best pitching magic to step up to the challenge. (Source: Wikipedia)

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?? ??, 1966
450 7.64
Daimon Kaito is a high school boy, who loves puzzles. One day, the president of the student council gives him a mobile device and it leads him to an underground ruin buried in the school. He challenges an "insolvable puzzle" hidden in the ruin with his girlfriend Nonoha, but the puzzle turns out to be the dangerous "The Puzzle of Sage" created by the black society "POG". He manages to solve the puzzle but it's the beginning of a puzzle battle against POG.

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Apr 27, 2011
438 7.18
This man has solved cases even the great western detectives gave up on. This time, he faces a strange murder in a room from which no one can enter or leave...

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Dec 26, 2012
434 6.84
(No synopsis yet.)

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Dec 9, 2015
430 6.18
Sylphid is a horse born on a small horse ranch. Even though he is named for a fairie wind he must overcome the handicap of having been born with tendinitis of the leg, and the loss of his mother in his birth. Hayao the young boy who loves horses is determined to see Silpheed grow up healthy and become a top racer like his mother once was. However, the odds are stacked against the orphaned foal and the young boy. (Source: MangaFox)

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Sep 13, 1989
406 7.57
Kusaraki Masao is a normal 15 year-old boy. He goes to school, joined the soccer team, and dreams of a day when he can get a girlfriend. He's nice, gentle, and very, very shy with girls. And why is this Mr. Nice Guy still single? Well....um...he has a face that resembles a gorilla--hence the nickname--Gorio. Despite his best efforts, Gorio couldn't seem to find a girl who will look past his physical visage to the tender heart he has. (Source: Manga Freak)

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Apr 18, 2001
400 7.29
Toshihiko Tanaka is a boy who entered Kakegawa High School with his friends Kenji & Kazuhiro, in order to play soccer with Yoshiharu Kubo, a great soccer player whom they have idolized. While his other two friends were reluctant to play again, "Toshi" eventually convinces them to play for the team. The team soon find themselves in the midst of a quest to the All-Japan High School Championship, while overcoming obstacles along the way. (Source: MU)

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Aug 8, 1990
392 7.72
A bachelor for the past 11 years, Higuchi Yuuki is a male teacher in an all-girls school. He keeps wondering how to bridge the gap between himself and his students when he's suddenly confessed to by Ichikawa, one of his students. Although Higuchi rejects her, Ichikawa does all she can to get her teacher to turn her way—even if it means making him grope her or holding his hand in class. When Higuchi can't understand why she'd like an unimpressive and inexperienced guy like him, she kisses him! Will Higuchi be able to handle the feelings of his beautiful student, especially when she's not the only one to have fallen for him? (Source: MU)

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Dec 27, 2017
380 6.59
Despite his short stature and his cowardly personality, Eisaku Yazawa dreams of one day becoming a gang leader of a nation of thugs. As he starts high school, he ends up meeting several delinquents who attend the same school as him. (Source: MU)

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Mar 28, 1990
378 6.99
In a school where after school activities are mandatory among all students, Hajime and her friend Sayo come across a new club that they have never seen before. The club is called "The Cultural Activity Preservation Club." The two enter the room to find all kinds of analog jobs and activities, such as handcrafting mats and toothpicks. This is a unique cultural manga mixed with comedy so as not to bore you, this is Double-J! (Source: MangaHelpers)

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Jul 22, 2009
370 6.41
The titular Hanagata is a Junior High student who used to be an ace Little League Pitcher until he busted his shoulder. Now, in Junior High, he has decided to focus on his batting. But, the School has been banned from official games, and the baseball club has reluctant members. (Source: MU)

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Aug 9, 2006
358 7.37
Meet Saotome Ai, a high school girl from a well-to-do family. When she was a small child, she was in an accident that resulted in a young boy being permanently scarred between his eyes while she emerged unscathed. The young boy saved her life and although she never knew who he was, she never forgot him. Meet Taiga Makoto, a young man with a scar between his eyes who has had a rough life, but has emerged as a rough, tough bully - a thug and a brawler and about as rude as they come - all of which he blames on the incident that gave him his scar. When Ai and Makoto run into each other again, Ai feels guilt for what Makoto has become and decides to intervene and rehabilitate him. But is he a diamond in the rough, or just a bully? (Source: MU)

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Dec ??, 1972
357 N/A
In the year 1947, the people of Shinjuku are down on their luck. With little money to buy food or necessities, some resort to gambling in order to survive. Traveling Tetsuya chooses to spend his time at Mahjong parlors where he is wiping the floor clean with his adversaries. However, Tetsuya meets the intensely-skilled Boushu-san, this is when he realizes that his skills are still lacking. (Source: ANN)

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Jul 16, 1997
355 7.01
Based on the Garouden manga. A short 2 volume manga about two males whose goals are to become number one in life (and their success). The plot outlines the protagonist, Tanba and a former sumo wrestller turned high school teacher, Kiriu and their head to head combat, from the eyes and views of the main character, Shinichi Kido.

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?? ??, 2003
333 6.88
Set during the late Heian era eight centuries ago, when the Taira samurai clan held power and just before the rise of the shogunate in Japan. This historical fantasy re-imagines the adventures of the real-life samurai leader Minamoto no Yoshitsune (Ushiwaka) and his loyal warrior monk Musashibou Benkei (Oniwaka). (Source: MU) Note: This series is on hiatus.

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Apr 21, 2010
327 7.58
Yoichi Isagi lost the opportunity to go to the national high school championships because he passed to his teammate who missed instead of shooting himself. Isagi is one of 300 U-18 strikers chosen by Jinpachi Ego, a man who was hired by the Japan Football Association after the 2018 FIFA World Cup, to guide Japan to winning the World Cup by destroying Japanese football. Ego's plan is to isolate the 300 strikers into a prison-like institution called "Blue Lock", in order to create the world's biggest "egotist"/striker, which has been lacking in Japanese football.

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Aug 1, 2018
323 7.51
(No synopsis yet.)

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Aug 27, 2014
318 6.91
Story about a boy raised like a girl by his parents. This in order to let him succeed in the family traditional theatre where the male actor must act like a woman. (Source: MU) Included one-shot: Volume 4: Love You

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May 17, 1989
315 6.49
The manga version of the live action Robot Keiji tv series. The story is about a robot named Robot Detective K dressed in a human Detective outfit fighting kaijin.

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Dec 6, 1972
311 6.93
(No synopsis yet.)

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Dec 9, 2015
306 6.70
Story revolves around high school freshman Shingo Susa as he is invited by his crush from middle school Sayuri Shiroyuki to the school's supernatural club. Over the course of the series Susa begins to gain supernatural powers, something that prodigy Rei Uryuu, attempts to awaken to bring out the psychic giant, Susanoou to destroy humanity and establish a new world order. (Source: MU)

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Jul 11, 1979
306 6.86
After dating for half a year, Masaaki decides to take his relationship with his mature senpai to another level. He gathers up his courage and tells her his thoughts right before Christmas Eve. How will senpai react?

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Dec 9, 2015
290 6.60
As a baby Jiro was delivered to his foster parents by a massive oni, who said he would return for Jiro in 15 years. When the time comes Jiro must contend with enemy oni, dark cultists, and their minions while attempting to protect both his parents and girlfriend from their depredations. Ultimately he must embark on a journey through the past, future, and other dimensions to embrace his destiny as Shuten Doji reborn. (Source: ANN)

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Aug 18, 1976
287 7.13
This is a science fiction story in which a boy with supernatural powers, Sharaku Housuke, probes into circumstances surrounding events in history. He is also a descendant of the "three-eyed tribe." A second-year student in junior high school, Sharaku Housuke never goes without a large bandage on his forehead. He is an innocent boy, like a little child. But once the bandage comes off, his third eye appears and he suddenly turns into a devil-like being, displaying horrifying psychic power.

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?? ??, 1974
282 7.40
Shiraishi Yayoi was a relatively unremarkable school girl, although a little clumsy, before a experimental accident changed her life forever. She was forced against her will by her father, self-proclaimed genius physicist, Shiraishi Sensei into a teleporter with a cat , and like in the movie "The Fly", she combined with the cat. Now, whenever she gets excited about anything, a pair of cat ears and a tail pop into existence. In the "catgirl" form, she has super powers, but the major drawback is that she also behaves like a cat when presented with the proper stimuli, like the sight of mice. She also has a boyfriend, but her "problem" tends to interfere in their dates since her excitement inevitably leads to her transformation into a catgirl. (Source: Taruby)

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Nov 15, 1989
282 6.79
In a near future where humans have safely traveled to Mars, the space program is looking to go to Jupiter for the first time in history. For Subaru Yuuto, Amami Kosei, one of the elite astronauts of the crew of Jupitonia (the ship heading to Jupiter), is not only a person that he looks up to but is also a dear friend of many years. But tragedy strikes and a malfunction causes an explosion in Jupitonia and the ship goes missing in deep space, most believing the crew to be dead. Even with the devastating loss of a friend and hero, Yuuto joins the Core Space Academy to become a super class astronaut (aka Sirius) just like Kosei once was and explore parts of the universe that has not yet been known to man. The competition is cutthroat and he has to become the best of the best if he wants to be where his hero once was. Although the fear of the unknown is immense, Yuuto must learn to overcome it and become the hero for the next generation.

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?? ??, 2011
282 6.71
After having to repeat his final year in Tsurugamine High School, Kotaro is drawn to Judo through the encounters he make with first-year students Kumi Mifune, Sanshiro Saigo and Daigo Daigo. Having lost to Kotaro, first-year Judoka Kumi Mifune endured to learn the Karate discipline in order to defeat Kotaro. However, the ambitious delinquent Judoka Daigo captured her as a bait to take on Kotaro and take over his long-standing Kyokutan dojo. Sanshiro Saigo was taken as well and caused the Judo Club to be involved in the conflict with Kotaro. With the return of many previous characters mixed with the appearance of new characters, this new arc brings Kotaro and Mayumi to the world of Judo filled with the familiar mix of comedy, ecchi, and martial arts. (Source: MU)

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Aug 24, 1994
274 7.78
Teppei, brought up by his father in the mountains, is an energetic boy who is as tough as weeds and acts as free as a bird. His life changes completely when he enrolls in high school, the first school he has ever attended. Despite his eccentric behavior and being a constant source of troubles, he is soon recognized for his talent in sports-especially in Kendo (the Japanese swordplay art)—and becomes the school's hero.

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?? ??, 1973
272 7.85
The story is based on the earthquakes in Japan in 2011.

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Jul 4, 2012
240 7.31
One day, a tiny girl named Shina appeared inside a roll of toilet paper in the Yamaguchi's residence toilet. She made a stunning impression on a typical middle school student, Nobuo. "What if I use up all of the paper? Would I be able to see her... na... na... naked?!" It's the beginning of a story about love, lust and... a sh*t ton of other adventures! (Source: Wydawnictwo Kotori, translated, edited)

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Jan 9, 2013
240 6.45
Even though the war has already ended, the sky has always been full of fighter planes for Iono Akatsuki. But he never really cared why. He just went to school and carried on with his life. Akatsuki has always had better vision and body movements than the average human, but the most he got out of it was never losing a fist fight. His adopted brother, Seibu Tsubasa, who he met five years ago when they were both 9 years old and who has been like a real brother to him, on the other hand, is a genius who got his doctorate at the age of 9, and teaches Akatsuki’s class at the middle school. But Akatsuki’s life changes when he learns about his Kigan or machine eyes, an ability only a handful of people in the world posses that allows the body to not have any limits. For example, one would be able to see at almost 360 degrees and process all the visual information available, while making decisions faster than an average human can even begin to imagine. Now as a pilot for the Warbird jets that he saw in the sky everyday, he has become the military’s secret weapon against the impending restart of the world war. (Source: MangaHelpers)

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Apr 15, 2009
238 6.71
An average of 260 humans are born every minute. On the 9th minute of the 9th hour of September 9, 2024, only 18 individuals were born. On that day and minute, 18 stars shined brightly in the sky, and these 18 children were chosen by prophecy to be the saviors of mankind. Nitarazu Hisoka wakes up, completely naked and surrounded by cold metal. Others lay around him, all approximately similar in age. As they attempt to grasp their situation, they find themselves face to face with the leader of a cult-like religious group known as "Kreetha." The explanation they receive from this religious group shatters any hope for a normal life for these young individuals. Now, they must survive the trials laid before them, while coming face to face with each others' pasts. (Source: MangaHelpers)

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Sep 18, 2013
234 N/A
A very realistic manga about four high-schoolers and (illegal) bike races.

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?? ??, 1983
227 7.36
Eighteen year old Mutou Kunimitsu sees how political injustice is being committed all the time and how the government is profiting from the poor and labor class and decides that he is going to change all of Japan. Here starts the legend of the man later known as the "Japanese Don." (Source: MU)

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Dec 20, 2000
223 7.70
Kuroki has been asked to replace an injured pitcher in Koshien,and he performs well until an accident happens at the last inning. His team is lost. After the game, Kuroki sees a smile on the face of Suzuki who missed to catch the ball at the last inning. Unable to hold his anger, Kuroki causes a fight. As a result, his school is banned from Koshien. Two years later, Kuroki, who has not attend school since then, receives a mysterious letter from Suzuki, and shortly after that, he sees the news about Suzuki having committed suicide. From the letter he received, he knows this is not a suicide incident and promises he will solve this mystery.

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Mar 3, 2010
213 6.79
Japan: the Gambler's Paradise! The rich and beautiful Maria is well-known as a legendary gambler who will take on any challenge, no matter how unreasonable or impossible! But what happens when she meets a lowly slave who solves her riddle..? Twist after twist! So tense you'll forget to breathe! (Source: Manga Box)

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Jun 4, 2014
204 6.73
1. Oni: 2889-nen no Hanran 2. Kyuuketsuki-gari 3. Susumu-chan Dai-shock

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Oct 25, 1971
182 5.65
The series is a romantic comedy revolving around a very comical animator.

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Jun 3, 2015
181 7.10
Nikaidou Hiroshi and his two brothers each inherit 100 million yen. Who will become the successor to the Nikaidou Tycoon? None other than the son that uses the money the best. So how does young Hiroshi use his money well? Stocks? Of course not. He goes straight down to Vegas and starts playing poker. (Source: MU)

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Sep 10, 1986
173 6.86
"Swords kill soldiers. Words kill wizards." In this medieval land and era, a Kill Wizard is a magic user sworn to defend society by beating selfish, dangerous wizards at their own game. Along with a noble shield-user, this story focuses on one of the most powerful and intelligent Kill Wizards of the time. Just don't call him a woman... (Source: MU)

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Jun 22, 2006
169 6.49
(No synopsis yet.)

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Sep 6, 2017
160 N/A
(No synopsis yet.)

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?? ??, 1973
148 N/A
Follow the madcap adventures of Japan's most outstanding idiots as they attempt to re-create their world in their own ludicrous image. (Source: Amazon).

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Apr 9, 1967
146 7.25
Asura is an unrelentingly dark drama that follows the struggles of a young boy who did whatever it took to survive during a time of war and famine in medieval Japan.

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Jul 15, 1970
133 N/A
(No synopsis yet.)

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Mar 22, 2017
132 N/A
The class idol Chitose Chima has been chosen to be the accompanist for the school's orchestra contest. She is a perfect girl acknowledged by her class, thus bearing their high expectations. Will she be able to excel as the perfect girl, once again?

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Mar 23, 2016
128 6.63
The story is starting off with K, now a suspect for trying to kill the US President. Furthermore, it shows that K actually has a sister he never knows of. Yet, unlike K, her path toward medical career is full with hatred and vengeance and her aim is destructive.

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Sep 25, 1996
126 7.08
Nobotta Ooyama is a struggling rounin trying to survive in his small apartment.

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May 1, 1971
125 N/A
In order to repay his father's debt of five hundred million yen, high school student Fuchigami Tatsuya must fight in a violent, no-holds-barred underground fighting tournament called MAD, in which the loser of a bout always dies. (Source: MU)

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Feb 8, 2017
117 N/A
(No synopsis yet.)

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Jan 7, 1987
114 7.37