Shueisha Launches Learn English With Jujutsu Kaisen Book

The book will teach readers English through lines and special moves that appear in the manga.

Shueisha has released a special “Learn English with Jujutsu Kaisen” book, with the motive of helping readers learn English, along with the 20th volume of the manga on Aug 4, 2022.

The book is written by author Naohiko Kitaura, who also wrote the book Learn English with Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure previously.

Learn English with Jujutsu Kaisen teaches English through the lines and special moves that appear in Gege Akutami’s Jujutsu Kaisen manga. The book contains translated version of the dialogues of Jujutsushis (Jujutsu Sorcerers), dialogues of Curses and Cursed spirits that appear in the story and the names of the special techniques used by all of them.

Along with the translated dialogues, the book has included special illustrations from the original series, for readers to better understand the translations.

Learn English with Jujutsu Kaisen also contains a column which teaches readers how to say Megumi Fushiguro’s 八握剣やつかのつるぎ異い戒かい神しん将しょう魔虚羅まこら (Yatsuka-no-Tsurugi Ikaishinshō Makora) or Eight-Handled Sword Divergent Sila Divine General Mahoraga in English.

Shueisha Launches Learn English With Jujutsu Kaisen

According to Shueisha this is “a groundbreaking reference book that allows you to learn English while enjoying the manga”.

Both paperback and digital version of Learn English with Jujutsu Kaisen will go on sale on Aug 4, 2022. Containing 288 pages, the book is priced at 1210 yen including taxes and can be ordered on Amazon, Rakuten and other online stores.

With the release of the 20th volume, Jujutsu Kaisen manga currently has 70 million copies in circulation. This includes both digital and print copies.

Jujutsu Kaisen is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Gege Akutami. It is currently being serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump since March 2018.

A 24-episode anime television series adaptation by MAPPA aired on MBS from October 2020 to March 2021.

Source: Shueisha

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