Manga history of Japan

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Orange works in the “major works” is the best-selling work of 100 million part breakthrough.

Time Age

Comic magazines, animated film and television Manga Major works
1800s 1862 Japan Punch launched in Yokohama – Japan’s first manga magazine  
1900s

1905 Tokyo Pack launched – a gorgeous large color printing manga magazine  
1907 Shonen Pack launched  
1914 Shonen Club launched  
1920s 1921 Hito-no Issho serialized in the Tokyo Asahi Shimbun by Ippei Okamoto; this develops a prototype of later Japanese story manga Shochan no Boken
1930s

1932 The New Manga Group was formed to develop Japan’s major original nonsense manga style by young manga artists Norakuro Nitosotsu
Hatchan The Octopus
Boken Dankichi
Edokko Ken-chan
1940s 1940 Manga launched under a national system Sazae-san
Shonen Oja
Mars Exploration
Diary of Ma-chan
1942 Momotaro no Umiwashi produced – a wartime anime financed by the navy
1946 Shonen launched
1947 Manga Shonen launched
1950s

1954 Treasure house of adult manga
Bunshun Manga Dokuhon launched
Nakayoshi launched
Post-kun
Astro Boy
Fichin-san
Tenma Tenpei
1955 Ribon launched
1956 Weekly Manga TIMES launched
1956 Toei’s first movie Legend of the White Snake

Princess Knight
Akadosuzunosuke
Nikyu Tenshi
Moonlight Mask
Tales of the Ninja

1958 Weekly Shonen Sunday
Weekly Shonen Magazine launched
1960s 1961 –

1962
Osamu Tezuka experimental anime Aru Machikado no Monogatari Hoshi no Tategoto
Maki no Kuchibue
Mangaka Zankoku Monogatari
Iga no Kagemaru
Osomatsu-kun
Secret Detective JA
GeGeGe no Kitaro
Star of the Giants
Lupin III
Sasa and Riri
1963 First manga from Osamu Tezuka Astro Boy
Weekly Shojo Friend
Weekly Margaret launched
1964 Garo launched
Bessatsu Margaret launched
1965 Bessatsu Friend launched
1967 COM launched Marude Dameo
Obake no Q-taro
Cyborg 009
Kamui Den
Ashita no Joe
Harenchi Gakuen
Otoko Ippiki Gaki Daisho
Golgo 13
1968 Shojo Comic launched
1968 Big Comic launched
Weekly Shonen Jump turned into a weekly publication
1969 Sazae-san turned into an anime
1970s 1970 Weekly Shonen Champion launched Doraemon
Dame Oyaji
Zeni Geba
Chiisana Koi no Monogatari
Jukyoden
Lone Wolf and Cub
Poe no Ichizoku
The Rose of Versailles
Black Jack
Gaki Deka
Candy Candy
750 Rider
Glass Mask
Kaze to Ki no Uta
Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Koen Mae Hashutsujo
Dokaben
Captain
Annals of the Three Kingdoms
The Drifting Classroom
Barefoot Gen
Tsuru Hime Jaa!
Tsurikichi Sanpei
Haguregumo
Toward the Terra
Galaxy Express 999
Manga Michi
The Star of Cottonland
Urusei Yatsura
Jarinko Chie
Kinnikuman
Tsuribaka Nisshi
1972 Big Comic Original launched
1974 Hana to Yume launched
1975 Hana to Yume established as a twice monthly publication
1976 Chao launched
LaLa launched
1977 Space Battleship Yamato turned into movie theater anime
Science fiction anime boom
1978 Compact magazine Korokoro Comic launched
NHK makes a foray into television anime with Future Boy Conan
Bouquet launched
1979 Young Jump launched
Galaxy Express 999 turned into a movie theater anime
1980s 1980 Weekly Shonen Jump had a circulation of over 3 million copies
Young Magazine
YOU
BE LOVE launched
Tsurikichi Sanpei turned into an anime – birth of natural anime
Hi Izuru Tokoro no Tenshi
Touch
Dr. Slump
Domu: A Child’s Dream
Captain Tsubasa
Fist of the North Star
Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind
Hot Road
Saint Seiya
Obocchama-kun
Chibi Maruko-chan
Bonobono
1981 Manga Time launched
1982 Morning launched
Wings launched
1984 Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind – opened up a new anime era Kobo, the Li’l Rascal
Oishinbo
Message to Adolf
Dragon Ball
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure
Hana no Asuka-gumi!
Please Save My Earth
Doubutsu no Oishasan
Shura no Mon
Harukanaru-Koshien
Obatarian
The Silent Service
1985 Monthly Asuka launched
1987 Youngking launched
Monthly Afternoon launched
1989 Anpanman boom
1990 1991 Monthly Shonen Gangan launched Crayon Shinchan
Naniwa Kin’yudo
Sailor Moon
Kindaichi Case Files
Slam Dunk
Detective Conan

Yu Yu Hakusho
Baby and Me
Investiture of the Gods
One Piece
Naruto
1992 Kiss
Chorus launched
1993 Young King Ours
Monthly G Fantasy launched
1994 Monthly Shonen Ace launched
1996 Dessert launched
MELODY launched
1999 Cookie launched
2000

2001 Evening launched
The publication of manga magazines overseas grows popular
Detective School Q
Death Note
Nodame Cantabile
Major
Ooku
Moyasimon: Tales of Agriculture
Natsume’s Book of Friends
Gaku
Umimachi Diary
Flower of Life
What Did You Eat Yesterday?
Shinya Shokudo
Mama wa Tenparist

2002 Monthly Comic Blade launched
Comic ZERO-SUM launched
Monthly Flowers launched
2003 Monthly Dragon Age launched
Monthly IKKI launched
2004 The number of web comics distributed over the Internet increases
2010

2010 ARIA launched Chihayafuru
Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You
Saint Young Men
Bakuman
Space Brothers
Thermae Romae
Princess Jellyfish
Moteki
March Comes in Like a Lion
The Bride’s Stories
Attack on Titan
Mashiro no Oto
I am a HERO
Don’t Cry, Girl
Hana no Zubora-Meshi
Ballroom e Yokoso
My Love Story!!
Silver Spoon
Houseki no Kuni
Ajin: Demi-Human
Haven’t You Heard? I’m Sakamoto
Kakukaku Shikajika
A Silent Voice
The Seven Deadly Sins

2011 Monthly Comic Gene launched
Newtype Ace launched
Monthly Heroes launched
Grand Jump launched
Saikyo Jump launched
2012 Bessatsu Shonen Champion launched
Special Edition Flowers launched
cocohana launched
2013 Monthly Action launched
2014 Hatsu Kiss launched
Comic Garden launched
2015

COMIC it launched
Monthly Hibana launched
Magazine Edge launched