Rent-a-Girlfriend is One of The Most Popular Manga in China Right Now Exceeding 700,000 Copies Sold


 

Reiji Miyajima's Hire-a-Girlfriend romantic comedy manga collection isn't simply fashionable in Japan, it's additionally quickly changing into one of many largest manga collection' in China, it was introduced by Kodansha on August 21. The collection was already doing properly in China on Bilibili's manga portal previous to the discharge of the TV anime collection, however for the reason that anime began streaming in China, the collection commonly ranks primary on all the recognition charts – and that's with A Sure Scientific Railgun T airing as properly.

 

In accordance with Abema Instances, digital gross sales of Hire-a-Girlfriend in China have already exceeded 700,000 copies as of August 1, with the spin off-title based mostly on Sumi Sakurasawa titled Kanojo, Hitomishirimasu in Japanese already gaining plenty of help after it's simultaneous launch in June. Manga creator Reiji Miyajima responded to the information with a set of emojis:

 

 

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— 宮島礼吏 Reiji Miyajima (@Miyajimareiji) August 21, 2020

 

 

Miyajima was beforehand invited to Bilibilil's 'bilibili world' conference in Shanghai, which occurred from August 7 to 9, however as a result of coronavirus pandemic, he solely appeared by way of video on the live-streamed occasion, doing a dwell drawing demonstration for followers of the collection. 

 

The celebs of the Hire-a-Girlfriend TV anime, Sora Amamiya, Aoi Yuki, Nao Toyama, and Rie Takahashi, shall be showing just about at Digital Crunchyroll Expo in September, and the TV anime will be watched on Crunchyroll because it airs in Japan!

 

Supply: Abema Instances

 

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Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll Information. He additionally runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff known as TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photographs of his travels on Instagram.