|Kabushiki-gaisha Shōnen Gahōsha|
|Headquarters||Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan|
|Products||Books, manga, magazines|
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Shōnen Gahōsha (株式会社少年画報社 Kabushiki-gaisha Shōnen Gahōsha) is a Japanese publisher named for Shōnen Gaho ("Boy's Illustrated News Magazine"), one of its first magazines. Founded in 1945, it previously published driving manuals and English conversation guides. Now it is known for magazines such as biweekly seinen manga Young King, the monthly manga serials Young King OURs and Monthly Young King. Its longtime flagship manga weekly for boys, Shōnen King, is now defunct. Its current president is Isao Imai.
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