Does anyone know online sources for the TJTG manga?

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Does anyone know online sources for the TJTG manga?

Post by FuguTabetai » Wed Apr 02, 2003 7:09 pm

Hi all,

I got an email recently asking where to buy the TJTG manga online. I actually buy my manga at one of the Japanese bookstores here in the city (New York City, best city in the world, babeee!) so I don't know about online manga sources. Do any of you know where TJTG is available online? Hopefully we'll get a few answers here, so I'll make this thing sticky. Cheers,

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Post by Lyer » Wed Apr 02, 2003 10:36 pm

www.animenation.com has some volumes you can purchase. I've bought stuff from them before so they're reliable.

edit: here's a direct link to the manga http://store.yahoo.com/animenation/book ... tenge.html

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Post by Ger24 » Thu Apr 03, 2003 1:40 am

www.sasugabooks.com is excellent, they sell Tenjo for $7.00 and www.animegamers.com I haven't bought from but they sell them for $6.50.

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Post by Shishio-sama » Thu Apr 03, 2003 2:12 am

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http://www.kikiwai.com

http://www.aclimatesolution.com (Don't pay attention to what is in their catalogue, they will order almost anything.)
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Post by hino no senshi » Thu Apr 03, 2003 3:58 pm

Thanks for your replies guys :D I'm the one that asked Fugu about online sources for Tenjou Tenge :wink:
If you know of other places let me know ok? :wink:

BTW: Thanks Fugu for putting that on the forum...
Sorry for my bad english, but i'm from Mexico and i learned english trought video games and a dictionary :P and i'm planning to do the same about japanese :D

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Post by Shishio-sama » Fri Apr 04, 2003 12:53 pm

Happy to help.
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http://www.thejuppongatana.com
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Post by Ikari » Thu Apr 10, 2003 3:36 pm

Hmm... I used amazon.co.jp once. But nowadays I preffer www.mangaoh.co.jp.

The pages are in japanese though.

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Post by Icz » Sat Jun 14, 2003 9:45 pm

I'd reccomend www.jpqueen.com

Great service, super cheap prices.


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Post by sora » Fri Apr 16, 2004 5:32 am

at my place there are not much manga sold........most of manga i read is downloaded trough internet(http)....i luv this manga..could someone share the link to get em....onegai~...

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Post by pv82 » Tue May 04, 2004 12:20 pm

http://www.sasugabooks.com
Has Volume 11 on sale if anyone is looking for it. Kinda High

http://www.sasugabooks.com/product_info ... s_id=32180

And also Nippon Export, I never bought from them but their site is in English.

http://www.nippon-export.com/catalog/pr ... ts_id=4556
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Post by Mr.5 » Thu May 06, 2004 7:19 pm

when i get some money i am going to go out and buy all the Tenjo Tenge manga i can find. this thread is just what i needed.
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Post by Regus12 » Tue Jun 01, 2004 12:31 am

Are they in english?

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Post by burrowowl » Tue Jun 01, 2004 12:34 am

Regus12 wrote:Are they in english?
No. If they were in English, Fugu wouldn't have to translate them for us.

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Post by chumsy » Sat Jun 05, 2004 2:58 pm

anyone know where to buy ultrajump ?

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Post by pv82 » Mon Jun 07, 2004 7:28 am

Theres a couple of places online

You could ask nerozan about Fujisan
http://mangatranslation.com/cgi-bin/php ... .php?t=547
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You could go to Mangaoh, I would use Natsume Maya's guide since the the site is totally in Japanese. http://natsumemaya.terminus.net.au/shopping_mc.htm everything is laid out for you, plus if you have a good website translator (Japanese to Whatever language you need) it helps alot. The people At Manga Oh know some English so you can email them if you have a question.

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Post by moyism » Sat Jul 31, 2004 8:53 pm

hey fugu, is one of the japanese book stores you go to Kinokuniya? If it is, I just found out there's one around my area too. Actually went today but couldn't find TT (2+ hrs of looking), though I did buy some other manga (50% off everything! :D ).

anyway, assuming this is one of the stores you go to and their layout is the same any suggestions about where TT should be? LOL, and if Kinokuniya isn't one then nm this post. :oops:

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here is the best one

Post by shinoda32001 » Sun Aug 01, 2004 12:23 pm

try animaxis.com they have the best online store that's alll

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Re: here is the best one

Post by moyism » Sun Aug 01, 2004 8:16 pm

shinoda32001 wrote:try animaxis.com they have the best online store that's alll
I don't know about you, but s&h is like $20+ to the US... wtf

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Post by MrProphet » Sun Aug 01, 2004 9:58 pm

From Japan $20 is a bargain.

As for Kinokuniya... well, in NYC TenTen is on the second floor with all the manga. Everything is pretty much alphabetical, as far as i remember. And that not Latin alphabet, mind you. So, TT will be under "TE" section.

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Post by moyism » Mon Aug 02, 2004 12:03 am

^ hmm.... doesn't help that the one in NJ is only one floor and there's literally no english signs there. Wait a minute, I think I was looking around the "TE" section.... then again, I think they group the manga differently.

argh.

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Post by MrProphet » Mon Aug 02, 2004 1:50 am

It's in kana, obviously!

Look at the names of the manga... find manga beginning with TE (て or テ), then look for TT in that section.

Just remember... A, i, u, e, o, ka, ki, ku, ke, ko, sa, shi, su, se, so, ta, chi, tsu, and voila... here is your TE.

If it's any help, Tenjou Tenge has bright red spines with yellow, orange or blue kanji on it. I assume you know the kanji for TenTen... they are quite easy to remember.

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Post by moyism » Mon Aug 02, 2004 12:50 pm

oops.. when I meant they group the manga differently, they did it by genre. Anyway, thanks for the quick lesson in kana. I'll keep it in mind when/if I ever go back to Kinokuniya. 8)

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Post by pv82 » Mon Aug 02, 2004 5:16 pm

MrProphet wrote:From Japan $20 is a bargain.

As for Kinokuniya... well, in NYC TenTen is on the second floor with all the manga. Everything is pretty much alphabetical, as far as i remember. And that not Latin alphabet, mind you. So, TT will be under "TE" section.
Wow :shock:

I ve said it before, and Ill say it again. You guys are really lucky to have an Shop like Kinokuniya in NYC and NJ. All we have here in Houston is a Planet Anime that mainly sells domestic :( , and a Nippon Daido supermarket that sells some import manga and publications like Young jump. I have to get most of my import stuff online, with shipping cost that are pretty high. :cry:

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Post by kujoe » Mon Aug 02, 2004 11:39 pm

Actually, all of you guys are definitely luckier than me! :x :P

Anyway, I really hate going out of my way just to go out and buy original manga, because most likely it's either by order or purchasing online.

I have some questions though. For those of you have ordered online, how long did you have to wait for your purchase to arrive--of course, considering where you live? Was the delivery through courier mail and is the delivery service dependable? Take note I live in a third-world country, so putting my total trust on our mail delivery service may entail waiting for weeks or even months.

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Post by pv82 » Tue Aug 03, 2004 7:28 am

kujoe wrote:I have some questions though. For those of you have ordered online, how long did you have to wait for your purchase to arrive--of course, considering where you live? Was the delivery through courier mail and is the delivery service dependable? Take note I live in a third-world country, so putting my total trust on our mail delivery service may entail waiting for weeks or even months.
This is what I have dealt with in the past
Nippon Export took 2 weeks to find my items when I ordered them and then it took a month to get the items. The shipping :International Mail - Economy airmail (registered) (Delivery to US : 540 g): $12.71

Mangaoh is really fast, they use EMS, I get my stuff usually within a week of shipping. I'm not sure how much it is for EMS but I know it's not cheap.

Yessia North America seems to be pretty good at shipping on time, but that doesn't help you I guess :? .

I haven't dealt with Amazon Jp. There site is kinda hard to navigate and there prices seem kinda steep :shock:

It also depends on the Custom Laws by where you live. If they are strict or open your packages up.

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Post by moyism » Sat Aug 07, 2004 9:30 pm

so I go back to Mitsuwa where Kinokuniya boostores was located..... and find out THEY'RE CLOSED! No wonder they were having a 50% off of everything sale. Dang it, would have bought more stuff if I knew.




... to relieve my saddness of not buying any TT, I got lucky and found http://www.animegamersusa.com . Pretty decent prices and shipping is good too! Ordered Air Gear Vol 1-6 and Tenjo Tenge Vol 11 (only TT they had in stock :( ). Hopefully I'll get these bad boys before I have to head back to college. :D

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Post by arashixstorm » Sun Jul 10, 2005 1:39 am

has anyone tried kinokuniya bookstore online?

http://bookweb.kinokuniya.co.jp/guest/c ... 9979425652

that's volume 13 of tenjo tenge

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Post by Relly Aensland » Mon Feb 01, 2010 3:30 pm

the thread is about places to buy the manga. :arrow:
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Post by iidesu » Mon Nov 22, 2010 10:24 pm

The following is for your reference: http://tjtg.mangatranslation.com/ :)

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