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Shueisha Co., Ltd.Is theJapanComprehensiveInfomation.. 『Weekly Shonen Jump''Weekly playboy''non-no''Subaru"MyojoSuch asmagazineIs issued. The company name means "to gather wisdom."


1926/ToShogakukanAs an entertainment magazine publishing departmentTakeo AigaWas founded.1941/から1946/UntilPacific WarDue to the suspension of business (Sleep), But1947/ThanJoint stock companyResumed business as Shueisha.1952/Moved to an independent office building, and then separated the business from Shogakukan. "Weekly Shonen Jump''Seventeen''Ribon''Paris Daisy''Myojo』And many hit magazines are launched.

Shogakukan leadsShareholderAnd the same corporate group "Hitotsubashi GroupAs a result of Shogakukan's expansion into the entertainment publishing sector, both companies have many competing magazines.


  • 1925- ShogakukanIn the entertainment magazine publishing department of "Shueisha" (in the font at that time, "Shueisha")Company nameStart using.
  • 1926-Separated from Shogakukan as an entertainment magazine publishing department and founded (this year marks the founding year of Shueisha).
  • 1933- Tokyo University of CommerceRenovated the former school building and opened the head officeKanda Ward3 Hitotsubashi-doricho (currentlyChiyodaHitotsubashiMoved to 2-3-1).
  • 1947- Joint stock companyReorganized into Shueisha.
  • 1949- Ltd.Reorganized into Shueisha.
  • 1952 --The head office is moved to 2-3 Kanda Hitotsubashi, Chiyoda-ku (currently the location of "Jimbocho Building" 2-5-10 Hitotsubashi, Chiyoda-ku).
  • 1961-Completed the Jimbocho Building.
  • 1969/
    • April-Somisha (currentlyShueisha Creative) Established. Established Chiyoda Studio for shooting.
    • August-Established Home-sha, which handles editing outsourcing for "Weekly Home".
  • 1973-for editorial outsourcingHakusenshaEstablished.
  • 1974-Shogakukan had a capital participationCAC groupInvested in the mathematical plan of Shogakukan and Shueisha Group [3].
  • 1976-To commemorate the 50th anniversary of our founding,Subaru Literature Award"The set.
  • 1977 --Established Hitotsubashi Planning Co., Ltd., which handles event business and advertising agency business (event business and advertising agency business were transferred to other companies in 1995).
  • 1990 --Completion of Jimbocho Building (current head office building).
  • 1994 --Outsourced editing workShueisha InternationalEstablished.
  • 2002-Invested in VIZ Communications, Inc. and established VIZ HOLDINGS, Inc. as a joint venture with Shogakukan.
  • 2003-VIZ HOLDINGS, Inc. established subsidiary VIZ, LLC.
  • 2005/
    • February --Completion of Jimbocho 2-chome Building (currently the 3nd Headquarters Building).
    • April-VIZ, LLC and ShoPro Entertainment, Inc. merged to form a joint venture with Shogakukan and Shogakukan Productions.VIZ MediaEstablished[4].
  • 2008/
  • 2015 --Separated the digital division and established Project100, a wholly owned subsidiary.
  • 2017 --Established Shueisha EP, an event business subsidiary.
  • 2019- D NA Inc.Established Shueisha DeNA Projects, a joint venture with[6].
  • 2021-Grouped Japan Art Center Co., Ltd.
  • 2022-Established Shueisha Games, a game business subsidiary[7].


Settlement period (period)amount of salesOperating incomeOrdinary profitIncome before income taxesNet income
80rd period (December 2020, 6-November 1, 2021)2010 million yen457 million yen
79rd period (December 2019, 6-November 1, 2020)1529 million yen209 million yen
78rd period (December 2018, 6-November 1, 2019)1333 million yen98 million yen
77rd period (December 2017, 6-November 1, 2018)1164 million yen25 million yen
76rd period (December 2016, 6-November 1, 2017)1175 million yen53 million yen
75rd period (December 2015, 6-November 1, 2016)1229 million yen58 million yen
74rd period (December 2014, 6-November 1, 2015)1221 million yen41 million yen
73rd period (December 2013, 6-November 1, 2014)1232 million yen28 million yen73 million yen37 million yen
72rd period (December 2012, 6-November 1, 2013)1253 million yen31 million yen
71rd period (December 2011, 6-November 1, 2012)1260 million yen25 million yen69 million yen37 million yen
70rd period (December 2010, 6-November 1, 2011)1318 million yen55 million yen
69rd period (December 2009, 6-November 1, 2010)1304 million yen▲6 million yen▲41 million yen
68rd period (December 2008, 6-November 1, 2009)1332 million yen23 million yen6 million yen
67rd period (December 2007, 6-November 1, 2008)137600 million yen11 million yen2 million yen
66rd period (December 2006, 6-November 1, 2007)1389 million yen75 million yen41 million yen
65rd period (December 2005, 6-November 1, 2006)1399 million yen70 million yen
64rd period (December 2004, 6-November 1, 2005)1378 million yen46 million yen21 million yen
63rd period (December 2003, 6-November 1, 2004)1378 million yen45 million yen
62rd period (December 2002, 6-November 1, 2003)1418 million yen53 million yen25 million yen
61rd period (December 2001, 6-November 1, 2002)1446 million yen51 million yen


Cartoon magazine

Shonen manga magazine

Seinen manga magazine

Shojo manga magazine

Electronic monopoly BL magazine

  • Kimi Koi
  • .Bloom (issued by Home Company)
  • Melokis (issued by Home Company)

Women's magazine

  • non-no(First published in May 1971, released on the 5st of every month)
  • MORE(First published in May 1977, released on the 5st of every month)
  • DANCE(First published in May 2001, released on the 5st of every month)
  • MAKEUP(First published in May 2004, released on the 9st of every month)
  • TRACK(First published in May 1989, released on the 9st of every month)
  • READ(First published in May 1983, released on the 5st of every month)
  • glow(First published in May 2007, released on the 9st of every month)
  • MyAge(First published in March 2014) *Mook

Men's magazine

  • Weekly playboy(Initiated in October 1966, released every Monday)
  • MEN'S NON-NO(1986/First issue in May, released on the 5th of every month)
  • MAN(2005/First issue in May, released on the 2th of every month)

Entertainment magazine

  • Myojo(1952/First issue in May, released on the 10th of every month)
  • Duet(First published in November 1986, published by Home Company, released on the 11th of every month)

Literary magazine

  • Youth and reading(First published in May 1966, released on the 9st of every month)
  • Subaru(First published in May 1970, released on the 6st of every month)
  • Novel subaru(First published in May 1987, released on the 11st of every month)
  • Kotoba(First issue in September 2010, released on the 9th of March, June, September and December)

Major magazines that were once published

Cartoon magazine

Literary magazine

  • Novel Junior (published in April 1966)
  • Cobalt(First published in October 1982, suspended in April 7 and moved to WEB)

Information magazine

  • Weekly Akeboshi(First published in 1958)
  • Female Akeboshi (first published in 1962)
  • Weekly Home (first published in 1969)
  • Ocean Life (first published in 1971)
  • Roadshow(First published in 1972)
  • Monthly playboy(First published in 1975)
  • COSMOPOLITAN Japan version(First published in 1980)
  • Thumb up (first published in 1984)
  • DUNK(First published in 1984)
  • BART(First published in 1991)
  • (First published in 1998)
  • PINKY(First published in July 2004)
  • non-no MORE Wedding (first published in October 1997, Mook)
  • Sporty(2002/First issue in March, transition to WEB)

Women's magazine

Comic book


Children's book

Light novel

Light literary arts

Mobile novel

  • Pinky library

Teens love novel

  • Shueisha e-Chiffon library-e-book migration version of Chiffon library

WEB media and smartphone applications

Web comic/manga apps

  • Boy jump +(First published in July 2014)
  • Zeblack
  • Jump Book Store!
  • Jump rookie! --Manga posting service
  • Yang Jiang!
  • My Neighbor Young Jump
  • Tomorrow's Young Jump-WEB Manga Posting Community
  • Digima
  • Manga Mee
  • Comic Ribo Maga (formerly Margaret BOOK Store!)
  • Manga Meets-Comprehensive manga posting site for girls and women

WEB literature

Online Store

  • Jump Characters Store
    • LEE Marche
    • SHOP Marisol
      • ZAKKA MARKET --Interior goods
    • eclat premium
    • HAPPY plus BEAUTY --Cosmetics mail order
    • mirabella-Designer's brand regular mail order
    • mirabella homme-Men's fashion mail order
    • OUTLET
    • Miscellaneous goods market
    • Jump Characters Store HAPPY PLUS STORE Store

Successive presidents

Since becoming a corporation.

Impact of new coronavirus

  • On April 2020, 4, became an employee working in the editorial department of the manga magazine "Weekly Shonen Jump"New coronavirusDue to suspected infection, the release of issue 4 scheduled for April 20 has been postponed for one week, and it has been announced that it will be released on April 21 as a merged issue of 1 and 21.[9][10].


[How to use footnotes]
  1. ^ a b "New Culture-Publishing Industry Paper-News Feature "Financial Results". New culture (Shinbunka Tsushinsha). (August 2021, 8). http://www.shinbunka.co.jp/kessan/kessan-shueisha.htm 
  2. ^ "Shueisha 2022 Regular Recruitment Information Company Profile". ShueishaShueisha (2020). 2020/11/15Browse.
  3. ^ History of CAC Group Entrepreneurship (PDF, February 2016, 2, CAC Co., Ltd.)
  4. ^ "Shogakukan to merge two American Manga distribution companies". 2017/7/23Browse.
  5. ^ "Shogakukan Shueisha Productions established". Shogakkan Shueisha Productions. 2019/4/14Browse.
  6. ^ "Shueisha and DeNA establish joint venture company for entertainment business”. DeNA (April 2019, 1). 2019/4/14Browse.
  7. ^ "That Shueisha makes a game by itself !? There was a muddy indie soul that thought "making a popular manga into a game" and "making many new games from scratch with a writer".". Den Famitsu Gamer-Why don't you read an interesting article about the game? (September 2022, 3). 2022/5/8Browse.
  8. ^ Shueisha Digital Publishing Office. “Shueisha e-Gakugei Book". e! ShueishaShueisha. As of December 2021, 3originalMore archives.2022/3/29Browse.
  9. ^ "Editorial staff suspected infection, postponed release of "Shonen Jump"”. Yomiuri Shimbun (March 2020, 4). 2020/4/8Browse.
  10. ^ "Notice of postponement of release of "Weekly Shonen Jump No. 21"”. Shueisha (October 2020, 4). 2020/11/15Browse.

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