List of best-selling manga

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This page provides lists of best-selling manga series to date. This list is limited to Japanese manga and does not include manhwa, manhua or original English-language manga. The series are listed according to the highest sales estimate of their collected tankōbon volumes as reported in reliable sources.

Currently ongoing series are highlighted in green. Some sources provide the number of copies a series has in circulation/print, rather than actually sold, these numbers are denoted by a "†".

At least 100 million copies[edit]

Manga series Author(s) Publisher No. of collected
volumes
Serialized Approximate sales
One Piece Eiichiro Oda Shueisha 74 1997–present 345 million†[1]
Dragon Ball Akira Toriyama Shueisha 42 1984–1995 230 million[2]
Golgo 13 Takao Saito Shogakukan 171 1969–present 200 million[3]
Black Jack Osamu Tezuka Akita Shoten 17 1973–1983 176 million†[4]
Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kōen-mae Hashutsujo Osamu Akimoto Shueisha 190 1976–present 156.5 million†[5]
Detective Conan Gosho Aoyama Shogakukan 84 1994–present 140 million[6]
Naruto Masashi Kishimoto Shueisha 69 1999–present 135 million†[4]
Oishinbo Tetsu Kariya and Akira Hanasaki Shogakukan 110 1983–present 130 million[7]
Slam Dunk Takehiko Inoue Shueisha 31 1990–1996 120 million[8]
Astro Boy Osamu Tezuka Kobunsha/Kodansha 23 1952–1968 100 million[9]
Doraemon Fujiko Fujio Shogakukan 45 1969–1996 100 million[10]
Hokuto no Ken Buronson and Tetsuo Hara Shueisha 27 1983–1988 100 million[11]
Touch Mitsuru Adachi Shogakukan 26 1981–1986 100 million[12]

Between 50 million and 100 million copies[edit]

Manga series Author(s) Publisher No. of collected
volumes
Serialized Approximate sales
Hajime no Ippo George Morikawa Kodansha 107 1989–present 94 million[13]
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Hirohiko Araki Shueisha 111 1986–present 90 million†[5]
Kindaichi Case Files Yōzaburō Kanari, Seimaru Amagi and Fumiya Satō Kodansha 67 1992–present 90 million[14]
Sazae-san Machiko Hasegawa Kodansha 45 1946–1974 86 million[15]
Bleach Tite Kubo Shueisha 63 2001–present 82 million[8]
Vagabond Takehiko Inoue Kodansha 37 1998–present 82 million[16]
Captain Tsubasa Yōichi Takahashi Shueisha 90 1981–present 80 million[note 1][17][18]
Rurouni Kenshin Nobuhiro Watsuki Shueisha 28 1994–1999 70 million†[4]
Sangokushi Mitsuteru Yokoyama Ushio Shuppansha 60 1971–1986 70 million[19]
Kinnikuman Yudetamago Shueisha 47 1979–present 66 million[20]
Hunter × Hunter Yoshihiro Togashi Shueisha 32 1998–present 65 million[8]
Fullmetal Alchemist Hiromu Arakawa Enix/Square Enix 27 2001–2010 64 million[21]
Hana Yori Dango Yoko Kamio Shueisha 37 1992–2003 60 million[22]
Rokudenashi Blues Masanori Morita Shueisha 42 1988–1997 60 million[23]
Shoot! Tsukasa Ooshima Kodansha 33 1990–2003 60 million[22]
Bad Boys Hiroshi Tanaka Shōnen Gahōsha 22 1988–1996 55 million†[5]
H2 Mitsuru Adachi Shogakukan 34 1992–1999 55 million[22]
Minami no Teiō Dai Tennōji and Rikiya Gō Nihon Bungeisha 126 1992–present 53 million[24]
The Prince of Tennis Takeshi Konomi Shueisha 42 1999–2008 51 million[25]
Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibōken Riku Sanjo, Yuji Horii and Koji Inada Shueisha 37 1989–1996 50 million[22]
Glass Mask Suzue Miuchi Hakusensha 49 1976–present 50 million[26]
Grappler Baki Keisuke Itagaki Akita Shoten 110 1991–present 50 million[note 2][27]
Great Teacher Onizuka Tooru Fujisawa Kodansha 25 1997–2002 50 million[28]
Major Takuya Mitsuda Shogakukan 78 1994–2010 50 million[29]
Ranma ½ Rumiko Takahashi Shogakukan 38 1987–1996 50 million[30]
Rookies Masanori Morita Shueisha 24 1998–2003 50 million[31]
YuYu Hakusho Yoshihiro Togashi Shueisha 19 1990–1994 50 million[8]

Between 30 million and 50 million copies[edit]

Manga series Author(s) Publisher No. of collected
volumes
Serialized Approximate sales
Dokaben Shinji Mizushima Akita Shoten 181 1972–1981 48 million†[5]
Initial D Shuichi Shigeno Kodansha 48 1995–2013 48 million[32]
Crows Hiroshi Takahashi Akita Shoten 26 1990–1998 46 million[33]
InuYasha Rumiko Takahashi Shogakukan 56 1998–2008 45 million[34]
Gintama Hideaki Sorachi Shueisha 55 2003–present 44 million[35]
Shizukanaru Don Tatsuo Nitta Jitsugyo no Nihon Sha 108 1988–2013 44 million[16]
Nana Ai Yazawa Shueisha 21 2000–2009 (on hiatus) 43 million[36]
Crayon Shin-chan Yoshito Usui Futabasha 50 1990–2010 43 million[22]
Be-Bop High School Kazuhiro Kiuchi Kodansha 48 1983–2003 40 million[37]
City Hunter Tsukasa Hojo Shueisha 35 1985–1991 40 million[38]
Kachō Kōsaku Shima Kenshi Hirokane Kodansha 80 1983–present 40 million[note 3][39]
Cobra Buichi Terasawa Shueisha 18 1978–1984 40 million[40]
Kyō Kara Ore Wa!! Hiroyuki Nishimori Shogakukan 38 1988–1997 40 million[41]
Shingeki no Kyojin Hajime Isayama Kodansha 14 2009–present 40 million†[42]
Tsurikichi Sanpei Takao Yaguchi Kodansha 65 1973–1983 40 million[43]
Yu-Gi-Oh! Kazuki Takahashi Shueisha 36 1996–2004 40 million†[5]
20th Century Boys Naoki Urasawa Shogakukan 22 1999–2006 36 million†[5]
Ōke no Monshō Chieko Hosokawa Akita Shoten 59 1976–present 36 million[22]
Dr. Slump Akira Toriyama Shueisha 18 1980–1984 35 million†[44]
Nodame Cantabile Tomoko Ninomiya Kodansha 23 2001–2009 32 million[45]
Berserk Kentaro Miura Hakusensha 37 1990–present 31 million[46]
Chibi Maruko-chan Momoko Sakura Shueisha 16 1986–2009 31 million†[47]
Bastard‼ Kazushi Hagiwara Shueisha 27 1988–present 30 million†[44]
Chameleon Atsushi Kase Kodansha 47 1990–1999 30 million[48]
Gaki Deka Tatsuhiko Yamagami Akita Shoten 26 1974–1980 30 million[49]
Salaryman Kintarō Hiroshi Motomiya Shueisha 30 1994–2002 30 million[50]
Urusei Yatsura Rumiko Takahashi Shogakukan 34 1978–1987 30 million†[5]

Between 20 million and 30 million copies[edit]

Manga series Author(s) Publisher No. of collected
volumes
Serialized Approximate sales
Hayate Densetsu Tokkō no Taku Hiroto Saki and Jūzō Tokoro Kodansha 27 1991–1997 29 million†[5]
Tokimeki Tonight Koi Ikeno Shueisha 30 1982–1994 28 million†[5]
Worst Hiroshi Takahashi Akita Shoten 31 2002–2013 28 million[51]
Itazura na Kiss Kaoru Tada Shueisha 23 1990–1999 27 million†[5]
Kuroko no Basuke Tadatoshi Fujimaki Shueisha 28 2008–present 27 million†[52]
Yūkan Club Yukari Ichijo Shueisha 19 1982–2002 27 million[22]
Asari-chan Mayumi Muroyama Shogakukan 100 1978–2014 26.5 million†[47]
Death Note Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata Shueisha 12 2003–2006 26.5 million†[44]
Katekyō Hitman Reborn! Akira Amano Shueisha 42 2004–2012 26.5 million[53]
Ushio and Tora Kazuhiro Fujita Shogakukan 33 1990–1996 26.4 million†[5]
Baribari Legend Shuichi Shigeno Kodansha 38 1983–1991 26 million†[5]
Sakigake!! Otokojuku Akira Miyashita Shueisha 34 1985–1991 26 million†[44]
Shaman King Hiroyuki Takei Shueisha 32 1998–2004 26 million[54]
Saint Seiya Masami Kurumada Shueisha 28 1986–1990 25.3 million†[5]
Boys Be... Masahiro Itabashi and Hiroyuki Tamakoshi Kodansha 32 1991–1997 25 million†[5]
Fairy Tail Hiro Mashima Kodansha 44 2006–present 25 million[55]
Hikaru no Go Yumi Hotta and Takeshi Obata Shueisha 23 1998–2003 25 million[56]
Maison Ikkoku Rumiko Takahashi Shogakukan 15 1980–1987 25 million[57]
Miyuki Mitsuru Adachi Shogakukan 12 1980–1984 25 million[58]
Seito Shokun! Yoko Shoji Kodansha 36 1977–present 25 million[note 4][59]
Tsuribaka Nisshi Jūzō Yamasaki and Kenichi Kitami Shogakukan 89 1979–present 25 million[60]
Futari Ecchi Katsu Aki Hakusensha 61 1997–present 24 million[61]
Cooking Papa Tochi Ueyama Kodansha 128 1985–present 23 million[62]
Abu-san Shinji Mizushima Shogakukan 107 1973–present 22 million[63]
Patalliro! Mineo Maya Hakusensha 92 1979–present 22 million†[47]
Konjiki no Gash!! Makoto Raiku Shogakukan 33 2001–2007 22 million[64]
Dōbutsu no Oisha-san Noriko Sasaki Hakusensha 12 1987–1993 21.6 million†[5]
Eyeshield 21 Riichiro Inagaki and Yusuke Murata Shueisha 37 2002–2009 21.6 million†[5]
Aa! Megami-sama Kōsuke Fujishima Kodansha 48 1988–2014 20 million[65]
Ashita no Joe Ikki Kajiwara and Tetsuya Chiba Kodansha 20 1968–1973 20 million[66]
D.Gray-man Katsura Hoshino Shueisha 24 2004–present 20 million†[5]
Daiya no Ace Yuji Terajima Kodansha 42 2006–present 20 million†[5]
Gantz Hiroya Oku Shueisha 37 2000–2013 20 million[67]
Ginga Legend Weed Yoshihiro Takahashi Nihon Bungeisha 91 1999–present 20 million[note 5][68]
Jigoku Sensei Nūbē Shō Makura and Takeshi Okano Shueisha 31 1993–1999 20 million†[44]
Kimagure Orange Road Izumi Matsumoto Shueisha 18 1984–1987 20 million†[44]
Kimi ni Todoke Karuho Shiina Shueisha 21 2005–present 20 million†[69]
Magical Teacher Negima! Ken Akamatsu Kodansha 38 2003–2012 20 million[70]
Monster Naoki Urasawa Shogakukan 18 1994–2001 20 million[71]
The Rose of Versailles Riyoko Ikeda Shueisha 10 1972–1973 20 million[22]
Shura no Mon Masatoshi Kawahara Kodansha 31 1987–1996 20 million[72]
Sukeban Deka Shinji Wada Hakusensha 22 1976–1982 20 million[73]
Tobaku Mokushiroku Kaiji Nobuyuki Fukumoto Kodansha 49 1996–2009 20 million[note 6][74]
Tokyo Daigaku Monogatari Tatsuya Egawa Shogakukan 34 1992–2001 20 million[75]
Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle Clamp Kodansha 28 2003–2009 20 million[76]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Includes Captain Tsubasa's sequel series; Captain Tsubasa: World Youth, Captain Tsubasa: Road to 2002, and Captain Tsubasa: Golden-23.
  2. ^ Includes Grappler Baki's sequel series; Baki, and Baki Hanma.
  3. ^ Includes Kachō Kōsaku Shima's sequel series; Buchō Kōsaku Shima, Torishimariyaku Kōsaku Shima, Jōmu Kōsaku Shima, Senmu Kōsaku Shima, Shachō Kōsaku Shima, Young Kōsaku Shima, Kakarichō Kōsaku Shima, Kaichō Kōsaku Shima, and Gakusei Shima Kōsaku.
  4. ^ Includes Seito Shokun!'s sequel series Seito Shokun! Kyoshi-hen.
  5. ^ Includes Ginga Legend Weed's sequel series Ginga Legend Weed: Orion.
  6. ^ Includes Tobaku Mokushiroku Kaiji's sequel series; Tobaku Hakairoku Kaiji, Tobaku Datenroku Kaiji, and Tobaku Datenroku Kaiji Kazuya-Hen.

See also[edit]

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