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Educational Manga That Make Learning Exciting

This curated list features manga that explores a variety of topics--history, science, agriculture, art--as well as specific industries and cultures--in a dynamic and engaging way. You can proudly say: “I learned it from a manga!”
1 A Bride's Story

A Bride's Story

Explores: Central Asian culture and traditions, as well as family/marriage dynamics.

2 A Man's Man

A Man's Man

3 An Incomplete Life.

An Incomplete Life.

4 Bakuman.

Bakuman.

Explores: the manga industry and the creative process for storytelling.

5 Bambino!

Bambino!

6 Bartender

Bartender

7 Billy Bat

Billy Bat

8 Dr. Frost

Dr. Frost

9 Dr. Stone

Dr. Stone

Explores: civilization-building, metallurgy, chemistry, and engineering.

10 Genshiken

Genshiken

11 Golden Kamuy

Golden Kamuy

12 How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom

How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom

13 Innocent

Innocent

Explores: the French Revolution and historical events.

14 In This Corner of the World

In This Corner of the World

15 Investor Z

Investor Z

16 Insomniacs After School

Insomniacs After School

17 Laid-Back Camp

Laid-Back Camp

18 Liar Game

Liar Game

19 March Comes in Like a Lion

March Comes in Like a Lion

20 Medical Return

Medical Return

21 Moyashimon

Moyashimon

22 Munakata Kyouju Denkikou

Munakata Kyouju Denkikou

23 Qualia the Purple

Qualia the Purple

24 Planetes

Planetes

25 Real Clothes

Real Clothes

26 Sanctuary

Sanctuary

27 Sengoku Komachi Kuroutan: Noukou Giga

Sengoku Komachi Kuroutan: Noukou Giga

Explores: the Sengoku period in Japan, agriculture, and warfare.

28 Silver Spoon

Silver Spoon

29 Sommelière

Sommelière

30 Space Brothers

Space Brothers

31 The Drops of God

The Drops of God

32 Thermae Romae

Thermae Romae

Explores: Roman culture and Japanese bathing culture.

33 This Is The Law

This Is The Law

34 Whale Star: The Gyeongseong Mermaid

Whale Star: The Gyeongseong Mermaid

Explores: Korea under Japanese rule during the 1920s.

35 Yakitate!! Japan

Yakitate!! Japan

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