On the Japanese portal Yahoo! News Japan There was an article entitled "Kimetsu no Yaiba: By the time the final volume was released, more than 5.2 million copies each had been in circulation"Where it was described that the manga was written and illustrated by Koyoharu Gotouge, Kimetsu no yaibahas the accumulated copies of the manga written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda, One piece.

""(Omission) The definitive volume of the popular manga Kimetsu no Yaiba, which is currently causing a social phenomenon, was released on December 4th. It was once again popular with readers, with many customers waiting to buy your copy. At SHIBUYA TSUYAYA in Shibuya, Tokyo, which was preparing a total of 3,000 copies, 30 people were already waiting in line before the store opened its doors that morning. A 46-year-old man from Tokyo smiled with his copy in hand and said, β€œI had to go through 14 bookstores to get it.»”.

""According to the Shueisha Verlag, Volume 23 had a first run of 3.95 million copies, making the total work more than 120 million copies in circulation. This is an average of 5.2 million copies per volume and surpasses the approximately 4.9 million copies per volume of the One Piece Manga, which has 470 million copies in circulation, but also has more volume, in this case 97".

""In addition, according to the latest report, the Dragon Ball manga has 260 million copies in circulation, a total of 41 regular volumes plus 31 new edition volumes. This makes it difficult to calculate the number of copies by volume because another average must be estimated. On the other hand, the film Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Ressha-hen grossed more than 27.5 billion yen at the box office, according to the latest report, making it second in all of Japanese history. With first place that "Spirited Away" takes at 30.8 billion yen, it practically doesn't matter whether it crosses it or not, the work has already marked its way through history"Finish the excerpt.

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