Shōjo Club

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Shōjo Club
CategoriesGirls' magazine, children's magazine
Circulation1923 - 1962
PublisherKōdansha
CountryJapan
LanguageJapanese

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.[1] It is the sister-publication of Shōnen Club, which was founded in 1914.

Notable works[edit]

Serialized novels[edit]

  • Ranpo Edogawa
    • Tōjō no kijutsushi (塔上の奇術師)
    • Mahō ningyō (魔法人形)

Serialized manga[edit]

  • 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)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 1975-, Imada, Erika,; 1975-, 今田絵里香, (2007). "Shōjo" no shakaishi (Dai 1-han ed.). Tōkyō: Keisō Shobō. ISBN 9784326648788. OCLC 145772245.