Shueisha

Shueisha is a anime/manga company
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One of Japan's biggest publishers and a co-owner of VIZ Media.

History

Shueisha is one of Japan's major publishers, founded originally in 1925 as a division of Shogakukan. In 1926 Shueisha became independent of Shogakukan, although the two companies have close business ties to this day-- they co-own North American publisher VIZ Media LLC, for example.

Japan's most popular mangabon, Weekly Shounen Jump, is published by Shueisha, which is also responsible for the Tezuka Award for manga. Shueisha was also the original parent company of Hakusensha, another popular manga publisher which was founded in 1973, although it is now independent. Like many publishers, Shueisha has worked with Disney, most notably on the Kingdom Hearts manga adaptations.
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Company Name Shueisha
Japanese Name: 株式会社集英社
Romaji Name: Kabushiki Gaisha Shuueisha
Street Address Hitotsubashi 2-5-10
City Chiyoda, Tokyo
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Country Japan
Website http://www.shueisha.co.jp
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Date Founded None
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