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Kodansha Comics Listed as Licensing Yuhki Kamatani's Hiraeth Manga

Kodansha Comics Listed as Licensing Yuhki Kamatani's Hiraeth Manga


Kodansha Comics Listed as Licensing Yuhki Kamatani’s Hiraeth Manga

1st quantity listed as releasing digitally on January 4

Retailers Barnes and Noble, Rakuten, and BookWalker are itemizing that Kodansha Comics will launch the primary quantity of Yuhki Kamatani‘s Hiraeth: The Finish of the Journey (Hiraeth wa Tabiji no Hate) manga digitally on January 4. ANN reached out to Kodansha Comics for touch upon the listings, however the firm didn’t reply by press time.

Kamitani launched the manga in Kodansha‘s Morning two journal in October 2020. Kodansha revealed the second quantity in Japan on November 22.

Barnes and Noble describes the manga:

After the dying of her greatest good friend, Mika is set to observe her into the grave. However her suicide try introduces her to a world not like any she’s ever seen…stuffed with gods and spirits and entities of which she might by no means have dreamed. However even with this world of marvel, can she discover a method out of her sorrow?

Kamatani revealed the 14-volume Nabari no Ou manga in Sq. Enix‘s Month-to-month G Fantasy journal from 2004 to 2010. Yen Press launched the manga in English. The manga impressed a tv anime collection in 2008, and Funimation launched the anime in North America in 2009.

Kamatani launched the Our Desires At Nightfall: Shimanami Tasogare manga within the first situation of Shogakukan‘s seinen journal Hibana in March 2015, and moved it to the Manga ONE app when Hibana ended serialization in August 2017. The manga ended with the fourth quantity in 2018. Seven Seas launched the manga in English.

Sources: Barnes and Noble, Rakuten, BookWalker