|Categories||Girls' magazine, children's magazine|
|Circulation||1923 - 1962|
Shōjo Club (Shōjo Kurabu / 少女倶楽部, later renamed to 少女クラブ in 1946) was a monthly Japanese girls' magazine begun by Kodansha in November 1923. Initially, the magazine featured articles, poetry and serialized novels, but it began to feature more manga in its later years. It is the sister-publication of Shōnen Club, which was founded in 1914.
- Ranpo Edogawa
- Tōjō no kijutsushi (塔上の奇術師)
- Mahō ningyō (魔法人形)
- Fujio Akatsuka
- Kurayami no tenshi (くらやみの天使)
- Ohana-chan (おハナちゃん)
- Aoi me no Yuki (青い目の由紀)
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