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 on-going 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 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 155.3 million†[4]
Detective Conan Gosho Aoyama Shogakukan 84 1994–present 140 million[5]
Naruto Masashi Kishimoto Shueisha 69 1999–present 135 million†[4]
Oishinbo Tetsu Kariya and Akira Hanasaki Shogakukan 110 1983–present 130 million[6]
Slam Dunk Takehiko Inoue Shueisha 31 1990–1996 120 million[7]
Astro Boy Osamu Tezuka Kobunsha/Kodansha 23 1952–1968 100 million[8]
Doraemon Fujiko Fujio Shogakukan 45 1969–1996 100 million[9]
Hokuto no Ken Buronson and Tetsuo Hara Shueisha 27 1983–1988 100 million[10]
Touch Mitsuru Adachi Shogakukan 26 1981–1986 100 million[11]

Between 50 million and 100 million copies[edit]

Manga series Author Publisher No. of collected
volumes
Serialized Approximate sales
Hajime no Ippo George Morikawa Kodansha 107 1989–present 94 million[12]
Kindaichi Case Files Yōzaburō Kanari, Seimaru Amagi and Fumiya Satō Kodansha 67 1992–present 90 million[13]
Sazae-san Machiko Hasegawa Kodansha 45 1946–1974 86 million[14]
Bleach Tite Kubo Shueisha 63 2001–present 82 million[7]
Vagabond Takehiko Inoue Kodansha 37 1998–present 82 million[15]
Captain Tsubasa Yōichi Takahashi Shueisha 90 1981–present 80 million[note 1][16][17]
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Hirohiko Araki Shueisha 111 1986–present 80 million[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[7]
Fullmetal Alchemist Hiromu Arakawa Enix/Square Enix 27 2001–2010 61 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†[24]
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[25]
The Prince of Tennis Takeshi Konomi Shueisha 42 1999–2008 51 million[26]
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[27]
Grappler Baki Keisuke Itagaki Akita Shoten 110 1991–2012 50 million[note 2][28]
Great Teacher Onizuka Tooru Fujisawa Kodansha 25 1997–2002 50 million[29]
Major Takuya Mitsuda Shogakukan 78 1994–2010 50 million[30]
Ranma ½ Rumiko Takahashi Shogakukan 38 1987–1996 50 million[31]
Rookies Masanori Morita Shueisha 24 1998–2003 50 million[32]
YuYu Hakusho Yoshihiro Togashi Shueisha 19 1990–1994 50 million[7]

Between 30 million and 50 million copies[edit]

Manga series Author Publisher No. of collected
volumes
Serialized Approximate sales
Dokaben Shinji Mizushima Akita Shoten 181 1972–1981 48 million†[24]
Initial D Shuichi Shigeno Kodansha 48 1995–2013 48 million[33]
Crows Hiroshi Takahashi Akita Shoten 26 1990–1998 46 million[34]
InuYasha Rumiko Takahashi Shogakukan 56 1998–2008 45 million[35]
Gintama Hideaki Sorachi Shueisha 55 2003–present 44 million[36]
Shizukanaru Don Tatsuo Nitta Jitsugyo no Nihon Sha 108 1988–2013 44 million[15]
Nana Ai Yazawa Shueisha 21 2000–2009 (on hiatus) 43 million[37]
Crayon Shin-chan Yoshito Usui Futabasha 50 1990–2010 43 million[22]
Be-Bop High School Kazuhiro Kiuchi Kodansha 48 1983–2003 40 million[38]
City Hunter Tsukasa Hojo Shueisha 35 1985–1991 40 million[39]
Kachō Kōsaku Shima Kenshi Hirokane Kodansha 80 1983–present 40 million[note 3][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†[24]
20th Century Boys Naoki Urasawa Shogakukan 22 1999–2006 36 million†[24]
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]
Cobra Buichi Terasawa Shueisha 18 1978–1984 30 million[49]
Gaki Deka Tatsuhiko Yamagami Akita Shoten 26 1974–1980 30 million[50]
Salaryman Kintarō Hiroshi Motomiya Shueisha 30 1994–2002 30 million[51]
Urusei Yatsura Rumiko Takahashi Shogakukan 34 1978–1987 30 million†[24]

Between 20 million and 30 million copies[edit]

Manga series Author Publisher No. of collected
volumes
Serialized Approximate sales
Hayate Densetsu Tokkō no Taku Hiroto Saki and Jūzō Tokoro Kodansha 27 1991–1997 29 million†[24]
Tokimeki Tonight Koi Ikeno Shueisha 30 1982–1994 28 million†[24]
Worst Hiroshi Takahashi Akita Shoten 31 2002–2013 28 million[52]
Itazura na Kiss Kaoru Tada Shueisha 23 1990–1999 27 million†[24]
Kuroko no Basuke Tadatoshi Fujimaki Shueisha 28 2008–present 27 million†[53]
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[54]
Ushio and Tora Kazuhiro Fujita Shogakukan 33 1990–1996 26.4 million†[24]
Baribari Legend Shuichi Shigeno Kodansha 38 1983–1991 26 million†[24]
Sakigake!! Otokojuku Akira Miyashita Shueisha 34 1985–1991 26 million†[44]
Shaman King Hiroyuki Takei Shueisha 32 1998–2004 26 million[55]
Saint Seiya Masami Kurumada Shueisha 28 1986–1990 25.3 million†[24]
Boys Be... Masahiro Itabashi and Hiroyuki Tamakoshi Kodansha 32 1991–1997 25 million†[24]
Fairy Tail Hiro Mashima Kodansha 44 2006–present 25 million[56]
Hikaru no Go Yumi Hotta and Takeshi Obata Shueisha 23 1998–2003 25 million[57]
Maison Ikkoku Rumiko Takahashi Shogakukan 15 1980–1987 25 million[58]
Miyuki Mitsuru Adachi Shogakukan 12 1980–1984 25 million[59]
Seito Shokun! Yoko Shoji Kodansha 36 1977–present 25 million[note 4][60]
Tsuribaka Nisshi Jūzō Yamasaki and Kenichi Kitami Shogakukan 89 1979–present 25 million[61]
Futari Ecchi Katsu Aki Hakusensha 61 1997–present 24 million[62]
Cooking Papa Tochi Ueyama Kodansha 128 1985–present 23 million[63]
Abu-san Shinji Mizushima Shogakukan 107 1973–present 22 million[64]
Patalliro! Mineo Maya Hakusensha 92 1979–present 22 million†[47]
Konjiki no Gash!! Makoto Raiku Shogakukan 33 2001–2007 22 million[65]
Dōbutsu no Oisha-san Noriko Sasaki Hakusensha 12 1987–1993 21.6 million†[24]
Eyeshield 21 Riichiro Inagaki and Yusuke Murata Shueisha 37 2002–2009 21.6 million[24]
Aa! Megami-sama Kōsuke Fujishima Kodansha 48 1988–2014 20 million[66]
Ashita no Joe Ikki Kajiwara and Tetsuya Chiba Kodansha 20 1968–1973 20 million[67]
Gantz Hiroya Oku Shueisha 37 2000–2013 20 million[68]
Ginga Legend Weed Yoshihiro Takahashi Nihon Bungeisha 91 1999–present 20 million[note 5][69]
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†[70]
Magical Teacher Negima! Ken Akamatsu Kodansha 38 2003–2012 20 million[71]
Monster Naoki Urasawa Shogakukan 18 1994–2001 20 million[72]
The Rose of Versailles Riyoko Ikeda Shueisha 10 1972–1973 20 million[22]
Shura no Mon Masatoshi Kawahara Kodansha 31 1987–1996 20 million[73]
Sukeban Deka Shinji Wada Hakusensha 22 1976–1982 20 million[74]
Tobaku Mokushiroku Kaiji Nobuyuki Fukumoto Kodansha 49 1996–2009 20 million[note 6][75]
Tokyo Daigaku Monogatari Tatsuya Egawa Shogakukan 34 1992–2001 20 million[76]
Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle Clamp Kodansha 28 2003–2009 20 million[77]

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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