Kazuhiro Fujita is a very famous mangaka that has given several important titles to readers all over the world over the years. One of the most famous is Ushio and Tora, but with the new anime on Amazon Prime Video, Karakuri Circus is back in fashion too. For now, however, the mangaka is focused on Souboutei Kowasubeshi.
In the March 23, 2016 publication on Weekly Shonen Sunday, a magazine that welcomed many of the works of Kazuhiro Fujita, Souboutei Kowasubeshi it achieved some success with the magazine's readers and lasted for several years. But this new work of the Mangaka is also coming to an end.
After several stages that seemed to announce the final, the final announcement came: Souboutei Kowasubeshi ends with volume 25. In view of the fact that Shogakukan has already planned the publication of this volume in Japan for the summer, Kowasubeshi is therefore also really in the final phase in Souboutei magazine. Unlike some of the other titles that the author has already mentioned, the work has not yet received an anime.
At 57, Souboutei Kowasubeshi could be one of Kazuhiro Fujita's last long streaks. The story focuses on the Taisho period, which was a district of Tokyo present a mysterious villa in which unspeakable horrors took place.
Kazuhiro Fujita's "Souboutei Kowasubeshi" ends in its 25th volume, which will be released this summer. pic.twitter.com/B5NWjwunKq- Weekly Shougakukan issue (@Wsstalkback) June 17, 2021