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Futabasha Publishers Ltd.
Kabushiki kaisha
Industry Books, Magazines, Manga
Founded May 1948
Headquarters Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
Area served Japan
Employees 174 (145 men, 29 women)

Futabasha Publishers Ltd. (株式会社双葉社 Kabushiki Gaisha Futabasha?) is a Japanese publishing company headquartered in Higashigokenchō, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan.[1]

List of magazines published by Futabasha

Magazine Name Genre Frequency Publication date First Issue
&home Home Interior Quarterly Jan, Apr, Jul, Oct 02004-04-15April 15, 2004
Action Pizazz (アクション ピザッツ?) Adult Seinen Manga Monthly 21st
Comic High! (コミックハイ!?) Seinen Manga Monthly 22nd
JILLE Fashion Monthly 12th 02001-11-01November 2001
EX Taishū (EX大衆?) Monthly 15th 02005-07-01July 2005
Jour Suteki na Shufu tachi (JOURすてきな主婦たち?) Josei Manga Monthly 2nd 01985-04-01April 1985
Monthly Manga Town (月刊まんがタウン?) 4-koma Manga Monthly 5th 02000-11-05November 5, 2000
Men's YOUNG (メンズヤング?) Adult Seinen Manga Monthly 30th 01995-05-01May 1995
Pachinko Kōryaku Magazine (パチンコ攻略マガジン?) Semimonthly 2nd and 4th Thursdays 01989-04-01April 1989
Pachisuro Kōryaku Magazine (パチスロ攻略マガジン?) Monthly 7th 01993-09-01September 1993
Photokon Life (フォトコンライフ?) Photography Quarterly Mar, Jun, Sep, Dec
Shōsetsu Suiri (小説推理?) Monthly 27th
Weekly Taishū (週刊大衆?) Weekly Mondays
Soccer Hihyō (サッカー批評?) Soccer Quarterly Mar, Jun, Sep, Dec
Manga Action (漫画アクション?) Seinen Manga Semimonthly 1st and 3rd Tuesdays 01967-07-07July 7, 1967
  • Bravo Ski
  • Comic Seed!
  • Futabasha Web Magazine
  • Manga Action ZERO
  • Tōji Rō
  • Getter Robot Saga



External links

Tokyo portal
Companies portal
  • Futabasha's official website (Japanese)
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