Best Selling Manga In Japan For First Half Of 2023

Oricon revealed the best selling manga list by series and volume for the first half of 2023 on May 31, 2023. The list includes sales of the physical copies of the manga from Nov 21, 2022, to May 21, 2023.

Eiichiro Oda’s One Piece volume 105 topped the best selling manga list by volume, while Muneyuki Kaneshiro and Yusuke Nomura’s Blue Lock manga topped the best selling manga list by series.

Check out the complete list of best selling manga in Japan for the first half of 2023 below.

Best Selling Mangas In Japan In 2023 First Half

Best selling manga by volume:

RankTitleVolumeAuthorEstimated Sales
1One Piece105Eiichiro Oda1,758,255
2Jujutsu Kaisen21Gege Akutami1,553,984
3Jujutsu Kaisen22Gege Akutami1,318,536
4Spy x Family11Tatsuya Endo1,177,254
5Tokyo Revengers31Ken Wakui846,297
6My Hero Academia37Kohei Horikoshi726,883
7Chainsaw Man13Tatsuki Fujimoto698,001
8Kingdom67Yasuhisa Hara618,955
9That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime22Taiki Kawakami529,770
10Blue Lock22Muneyuki Kaneshiro, Yusuke Nomura518,277
11Kingdom68Yasuhisa Hara517,986
12Tokyo Revengers30Ken Wakui482,942
13Chainsaw Man14Tatsuki Fujimoto479,266
14Kaiju No.89Naoya Matsumoto453,197
15 The First Slam Dunk re:SourceTakehiko Inoue448,680
16Blue Lock23Muneyuki Kaneshiro445,253
17Do Not Say Mystery12Yumi Tamura435,559
18Detective Conan103Gosho Aoyama397,185
19One Piece104Eiichiro Oda360,601
20The Apothecary Diaries11Itsuki Nanao, Nekokurage350,781
21Blue Lock12Muneyuki Kaneshiro, Yusuke Nomura349,636
22Blue Lock13Muneyuki Kaneshiro, Yusuke Nomura347,432
23Blue Lock21Muneyuki Kaneshiro, Yusuke Nomura346,093
24Chainsaw Man12Tatsuki Fujimoto343,271
25Blue Lock14Muneyuki Kaneshiro, Yusuke Nomura342,045

Best Selling Manga by series:

RankTitleAuthorEstimated Sales
1Blue LockMuneyuki Kaneshiro, Yusuke Nomura8,046,032
2Chainsaw ManTatsuki Fujimoto4,492,906
3 Slam DunkTakehiko Inoue4,199,966
4Jujutsu KaisenGege Akutami3,757,215
5One PieceEiichiro Oda3,550,097

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Source: Oricon (1, 2)