Fujimi Shobo

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Fujimi Shobo
富士見書房
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Parent companyKadokawa Future Publishing
Founded1972
Country of originJapan
Headquarters locationTokyo
Publication typesLight novels, manga, role-playing games, collectible card games
Official websitewww.fujimishobo.co.jp

Fujimi Shobo (富士見書房), formerly Fujimi Shobo Co., Ltd. (株式会社富士見書房, Kabushiki gaisha Fujimi Shobō), was a Japanese publisher that specialized in light novels, manga, role-playing games and collectible card games. Founded in 1972 and reorganized three times, it was at times an independent company and at times an imprint of Kadokawa Future Publishing. It ceased to be an independent company in 2013[1] and the brand was retired in 2015.

Magazines published[edit]

Light novel magazines
Manga magazines

Publishing labels[edit]

Active

Entertainment novel imprint that's aimed at an adult female audience (no adult content), and contains fantasy, gothic, mystery, etc... works. The stories don't stick to the literature and light novel frameworks. The "L" in the imprint's name is an initial for "Literature" and "Light Novel".

  • Fujimi Shobo Novels

A light novel imprint that publishes web novel works from the novel contribution website "Shōsetsuka ni Narō" (小説家になろう) in tankoubon format.

  • Kadokawa Books

A light novel imprint that focuses on the publication of web novel works in paper format with the addition of illustrations to them. It also publishes light novel adaptations of games. Entertainment fiction works are published under the imprint, especially web novels from User generated content websites such as "Shōsetsuka ni Narō" (小説家になろう).

Discontinued

Role-playing games[edit]

Collectible card games[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kadokawa to Merge 9 Subsidiaries Into 1 Company". Anime News Network. March 28, 2013. Retrieved October 8, 2013.

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