List of Nodame Cantabile chapters

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The Nodame Cantabile manga was written and illustrated by Tomoko Ninomiya. It was serialized by Kodansha in the biweekly josei (aimed at younger adult women) manga magazine Kiss from 10 July 2001 to 10 October 2009. The untitled chapters have been collected in 23 tankōbon volumes. It is licensed in North America by Del Rey Manga,[1] in France by Pika Édition,[2] in South Korea by Daiwon C.I.,[3] in Thailand by NED Comics,[4] in Indonesia by Elex Media Komputindo,[5] and in Taiwan by Tong Li Comics.[6] All volume covers feature Nodame with a musical instrument.

Starting in May 2008, Japanese serialization changed from biweekly to monthly because of Ninomiya's pregnancy. Serialization went on hiatus starting October 2008 following the birth of her son and Ninomiya's subsequent diagnosis of having carpal tunnel syndrome, but resumed again with the 10 March 2009 issue of Kiss on an irregular schedule depending on her continued recovery.[7] In June 2009, the series went on hiatus again when Ninomiya was hospitalized with acute appendicitis, and resumed serialization in the 25 July issue.[8] In July 2009, Asahi Shimbun reported that the manga was scheduled to end in the spring of 2010, coinciding with the release of the final live-action movie.[8][9] However, the series ended with chapter 136 in the 10 October 2009 issue of the magazine.

Starting in late 2009, a sequel titled Nodame Cantabile - Opera Hen started running in the same magazine. It ended in September 2010. The numbering of the volumes follow right after the original series so they start at volume 24.

Volume list[edit]

No.Japan release dateJapan ISBNNorth America release dateNorth America ISBN
1 11 January 2002[10]ISBN 978-4-06-325968-126 April 2005[1]ISBN 978-0-345-48172-6
  • Chapters 1–6
Popular piano student Shinichi Chiaki has almost given up his dream of becoming a conductor because his international career prospects are crippled by his fear of flying, and his despair affects his playing. His life drastically changes upon encountering his eccentric and frighteningly messy neighbour, Megumi "Nodame" Noda, who plays piano in a beautiful cantabile style. When they are assigned to play a Mozart sonata for two pianos together, Chiaki reluctantly helps Nodame memorize the score to compensate for her bad sight reading and finds himself encouraged by Nodame's joy in music to resume his dream of becoming a conductor. However, he is dismayed to find that Nodame has fallen in love with him, and expresses her love in an unusual manner. When Mine, an unconventional violinist who loves rock music, tries to help her win over Chiaki, Chiaki winds up helping Mine pass a critical exam, after which Mine decides to dedicate himself to classical music.
2 12 April 2002[11]26 July 2005[12]ISBN 978-0-345-48173-3
  • Chapters 7–12
3 9 August 2002[13]ISBN 978-4-06-325993-329 November 2005[14]ISBN 978-0-345-48174-0
  • Chapters 13–18
4 13 December 2002[15]ISBN 978-4-06-340411-131 January 2006[16]ISBN 978-0-345-48241-9
  • Chapters 19–23
  • Sidestory: Rika-chan-sensei's Fun Baieru
5 13 March 2003[17]ISBN 978-4-06-340423-425 April 2006[18]ISBN 978-0-345-48269-3
  • Chapters 24–28
  • Sidestory:
6 11 July 2003[19]ISBN 978-4-06-340438-825 July 2006[20]ISBN 978-0-345-48368-3
  • Chapters 29–34
7 10 October 2003[21]13 October 2006[22]ISBN 978-0-345-48369-0
  • Chapters 35–40
8 12 March 2004[23]ISBN 978-4-06-340476-030 January 2007[24]ISBN 978-0-345-48531-1
  • Chapters 41–46
9 11 June 2004[25]ISBN 978-4-06-340488-31 May 2007[26]ISBN 978-0-345-49397-2
  • Chapters 47–52
10 13 September 2004[27]ISBN 978-4-06-340505-731 July 2007[28]ISBN 978-0-345-49398-9
  • Prelude
  • Chapters 53–58
11 13 January 2005[29]ISBN 978-4-06-340523-130 October 2007[30]ISBN 978-0-345-49399-6
  • Chapters 59–64
12 13 May 2005[31]ISBN 978-4-06-340544-618 March 2008[32]ISBN 978-0-345-49400-9
  • Chapters 65–70
13 13 September 2005[33]ISBN 978-4-06-340560-66 May 2008[34]ISBN 978-0-345-49914-1
  • Chapters 71–76
14 13 January 2006[35]ISBN 978-4-06-340575-024 June 2008[36]ISBN 978-0-345-50331-2
  • Chapters 77–82
15 13 June 2006[37]4 November 2008[38]ISBN 978-0-345-50332-9
  • Chapters 83–88
16 13 October 2006[39]28 July 2009[40]ISBN 978-0-345-50523-1
  • Chapters 89–94
17 12 February 2007[41]ISBN 978-4-06-340632-0
  • Chapters 95–100
18 13 June 2007[42]ISBN 978-4-06-340648-1
  • Chapters 101–106
19 13 November 2007[43]ISBN 978-4-06-340673-3
  • Chapters 107–112
20 13 March 2008[44]ISBN 978-4-06-340691-7
  • Chapters 113–118
21 11 August 2008[45]ISBN 978-4-06-340712-9
  • Chapters 119–124
22 10 August 2009[46]ISBN 978-4-06-340749-5
  • Chapters 125–130
23 27 November 2009[47]ISBN 978-4-06-340773-0
  • Chapters 131–136

The short sequel series Nodame Cantabile - Opera Hen was published in two volumes. The numbering of the volumes follow the original series and so, begins at volume 24.

No.Japan release dateJapan ISBNNorth America release dateNorth America ISBN
24 26 April 2010[48]ISBN 978-4-06-340795-2
  • Chapters 137–143
Chiaki and Nodame finally return to Japan. Nodame prepares for a solo concert while Chiaki works with Mine and Suganuma to put produce an opera accompanied by the Rising Star Orchestra. Familiar faces return and new faces arrive to participate. But with a tight budget, constant bickering during rehearsals, and the stuffy heat of summer... can R☆S and the White Rose Troupe put on a successful performance?
25 13 December 2010[49]ISBN 978-4-06-340826-3
  • Chapters 144–146

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References[edit]

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