Takeki Ōgon no Kuni: Takahashi Korekiyo manga comes to an end

Hiroshi Motomiya’s Takeki Ogon no Kuni: Takahashi Korekiyo manga has finally come to an end.

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By Rohit Kohli | Apr 20, 2023 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

Hiroshi Motomiya’s Takeki Ogon no Kuni: Takahashi Korekiyo manga has finally come to an end. The manga concluded in 2023’s 10th issue of Shueisha’s Grand Jump Magazine. Motomiya launched the manga in Grand Jump on December 21.

This historical manga emphasizes on politician Korekiyo Takahashi, who is known for pulling Japan out of the great economic depression using his controversial financial policies. The manga has been tested using taglines, “How is the life of the man who saved Japan from economic crisis many times like!?”

Motomiya’s Takeki Ogon no Kuni manga series got serialized in Shueisha’s Business Jump magazine startiing from 1990 to 1992. The manga offered stories about real-life Japanese historical figures.

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What is the manga all about?

Motomiya’s previous series showcased Kimimasa Yuri, a Japanese politician and economist in the Meiji government. The series was released last year in July. The series that featured in Grand Jump in October 2021 featured real-life economist and philosopher Sontoku Ninomiya.

Previous manga in this series have focused on Yataro Iwasaki in 1990, Doasn in 200, and Tadatak Ino from November 2020 to July 2021. Motomiya started as a manga creator in 1965. Many of his other manga, include Otoko Ippiki Gaki Daisho, and Otokogi have also inspired live-action and anime adaptations. His Katsu Futaro!! manga inspired a live-action film that was released in November 2019.

Motomiya’s popular Salaryman Kintaro manga has been on and off in Shueisha’s weekly Young Jump magazine since 1994. the series kicked off as a web manga in April 2005, and has released many spinoff series in Weekly Young Jump since 2009.

In 2012, the manga was briefly offered in English by NTT Solmare’s ComicFriends Facebook-based service. The manga has inspired a live-action fim directed by Takashi Miike, several live-action drama series, and a 2001 anime series that Arts Magic release in North America.

Under Control manga’s final chapter published

Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine’s 20th issue of 2023 has published the final chapter of Seihi Hayashi’s Ichigoki’s Under Control!! manga. The manga’s 2nd and final volume will release on June 2. Shueisha’s MANGA Plus service and Viz Media will digitally release the manga in English. 

Hayashi launched the manga in Weekly Shonen Jump in November. Shueisha published the first volume of the manga on April 4. Hayashi previously drew the I’m From Japan manga in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2018-2020. The digital English version of the manga was published by MANGA Plus, and it has also inpired a TV anime series in April 2019.

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