Butsu Zone is Hiroyuki Takei's first series that is about a young Buddhist boy, Senju, who protects Sachi, the incarnation of Buddha Miroku.
Written by Hiroyuki Takei, it is his second work and his first series that started in 1996.
Butsu Zone is about a young Buddhist boy, Senju, and his adventures that revolve around protecting Sachi, who is the incarnation of Buddha Miroku.
Originally, Butsu Zone is a one shot story written by Hiroyuki Takei that was published in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump Summer Special of 1996. Due to its success, the one shot manga became a serialized run in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine during March 1997 to August 1997 with a total of 19 chapters. Shueisha also publishes the series in three tankobon volumes with a Yomikiri (One shot story) in each in them in July 4, 1997 and ended in December 4, 1997.
|Book #||Name||Rating||Release Date|
Decisive Fight on the Riverside of Sai
||Dec. 4, 1997|
The One Who Dominates His Passions
||Oct. 3, 1997|
When you pray to a Buddha Statue, you’re calling on a real hero!
||July 4, 1997|
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