Mounted warriors line up and rush to the assault. Brandishing swords on horseback, the warriors slash at each other... This kind of image of feudal combat is all a lie. Well, then, how did Samurai really fight? A declaration of war has now been made against the lie of combat that was forged during the Edo period, and continued uncontested to this very day. (Source: Illuminati-Manga)
Masayoshi Kurozuka is an ordinary high school boy...until the day he discovers that he is the reincarnation of an evil woman named Oni-hime, who sold her soul to the devil during Japan's warring period. Masayoshi must come to grips with his identity, all the while fighting off legions of ghosts—the remnants of men killed by Oni-hime. In order to free himself from this curse, Masayoshi must discover the truth behind Oni-hime's deal with the devil and clear her name in the eyes of the restless spirits seeking revenge. (Source: Tokyopop)
10 years after the killing of Oda Nobunaga, allegedly through the betrayal of his follower Akechi Mitsuhide, Nobunaga's 16-year-old daughter is being sent to the current ruler of Japan, the cruel Toyotomi Hideyoshi. En route, she is rescued by two mysterious, powerful monks. Her mistrust of their intentions only deepens when she learns that one of them, who calls himself Tenkai, possesses one of the powerful weapons known as "Sodomu." Tenkai's plans will only become clear when his secrets are revealed! Hopefully, he can show Nobunaga's daughter that the power of "Sodomu" can be used for good as well as evil!
A young girl from the countryside visits a rabbit cafe but instead of the usual cheery and family-friendly place that permits their customers to pet, handle and play with live rabbits, she finds herself in a gyp-joint?
Natsu ga Owatte mo Atsui
A story about two friends flirting in the summer heat. (Source: MU)
Yogoto no Yubisaki/Mahiru no Hate
1-7. Mahiru no Hate 8-14. Yogoto no Yubisaki 15. Douse Mata, Asa ga Kuru kara
Shiroi Koto ga Ooi Dress
YuriSlice of Life
An interesting story about a girl who comes out to her mother to tell her she likes other girls and her mother only regrets that she could never wear her old wedding dress. (Source: MU)
"Stop your evil deeds and take the right path!" That is the creed of Youko Tama and her younger step brother, Jinka Sendou. The two demon siblings travel the country to stop the deeds of all evil doers, along with a scaredy cat swordsman they picked up along the way, Hyoudou Shinsuke. Their travels lie with many twists and turns, as well as wacky characters they'll meet along the way. (Source: MU)
Kasane is your average kendo-obsessed girl, when a brush with a mysterious sword sends her back in time to the Sengoku Era. Stuck in an unfamiliar time and place, Kasane also has the poor luck of winding up right in the middle of the turmoil that surrounded Oda Nobunaga's rise to power! (Source: Storm in Heaven)
The year is 1590, during the turbulent Sengoku era of Japan. A girl who calls herself Izumi, the sole survivor of the destruction of her village, has come into possession of a set of very powerful keys. These keys can give their wielder access to powerful weapons that could change the course of the era. In her flight from those who want to kill her and take them, she has washed up in a buddhist monastery, where she has met the monk Tenkai. Tenkai, who takes an interest in her troubles, may be more than he appears! (Source: tethysdust)
This historical manga takes place in the Tensho period, near the end of Japan's long Warring States Period, at the point where the gradual unification of the country was in progress. The story features an interesting character in history, Sengoku "Gonbei" Hidehisa. Hidehisa began as a low ranking samurai, but he grew into prominence. He made a number of disastrous mistakes in his life, but he somehow managed to not only survive them, but to also regain his status. This manga reveals the mystery of Hidehisa's intriguing life, as the Warring States Period draws towards its close! (Source: MangaHelpers)
One night, after being accosted by a fortune-teller who's adamant that Tanaka will meet with great misfortune, he is shockingly confessed to by a work colleague. The two men struggle and following an abrupt fall, Tanaka mysteriously finds himself tossed back in time to the year 1581. Suddenly thrust into the violent world of the Warring States Era, our reluctant time-traveler is in for the adventure of a lifetime. (from Blissful Sin)
Sakon: Sengoku Fuuunroku
Shima Sakon was a brave and honorable samurai, and grandfather of Yagyuu Yoshikane (Yagyuu Renyasai). He was a capable subordinate of Ishida Mitsunari, and fought against Tokugawa Ieyasu in the battle of Sekigahara. Some history books tell us Sakon had died in that battle. Others say he survived and escaped to Kyoto with the Yagyuu family. And others...?
Sengoku Night Blood
Set in the flourishing world of Jinga that was formerly a prosperous and peaceful realm, the female protagonist is deemed to be the key to bring back order and to rule this world. Chaos started when people, specifically soldiers, who have special powers like turning into a vampire and a man-wolf, called the Getsugazoku, fight for their land. These soldiers of different species would put their life on the line and fight as they follow their own thoughts and ideals. Until one day, she was called by a mysterious lady named "Himemiko" due to the protagonist's blood bearing a mysterious power to give strength, healing, and to awake Jingazoku's real form. This is a story of love and war that she must not miss in order to rule the world. (Source: MAL News)
Kujakuou: Sengoku Tensei
The story centers around Kujaku, an exorcist with supernatural powers. Kujaku is suddenly transported to Japan's Sengoku Era. He must fight against a curse that has created Youkai. (Source: ANN)
Sengoku Basara Dokugan
It's the year 0011 in the Basara calendar, and Oushuu has been forced to yield to rule by Ushuu's Mogami Yoshiaki and his tyranny. Against that backdrop, a one-eyed man with a wild motorbike appears... (Source: Raindrops and Daydreams)
Sengoku Basara 2
With the death of Nobunaga, Japan is thrown into a mist of battle once again as the many warlords of the nation try to unite it as one. But can any succeed when faced against Nobunaga's sucessor, Toyotomi and his lust for power thats sets the flame for war as he try to take over the world fulfilling his ambitions of absolute power? (Source: Bliss)
Sengoku Jieitai 1549
A military test accidentally sends a modern-day army back in time to feudal Japan. When their actions in the past begin to have an effect on the present, another unit is dispatched to retrieve them. But the commander of the lost unit has other plans: He wants to use his advanced technology to conquer Japan and change his country's destiny. (Source: CMX)
Mikazuki no Mitsu
1-8. Mikazuki no Mitsu 9. Hatsuyuki, Hatsukoi 10. Kirakira Aomushi 11. Kon'ya wa Tanabata 12. Yume demo, Yume demo 13. Girls' Glasses (Joshi Megane) 14. Rengerinne 15. Chotto Hayai kedo Kanshi 16. Imouto ga Majo ni 17. Ichizu na Koi de wa 18. Anata ni Totte Watashi ni Totte 19. Kansetsu, Chokusetsu
Hana wa Nisemono
Mori and Ayumu are a gay couple in college in a happy relationship. However, after Ayumu prays at a shrine for them to always be together, the shrine's deity intervenes by turning him into a girl, and now everyone except for them think Ayumu has always been a girl. (Source: Hachimitsu Scans)
Watashi ni Mienai Koigokoro
1. Ki no Mayoi nara Hayaku 2. Ai wo Osorete 3. Unagi no Kuni Ohimesama 4. Nanchatte 5. Samui Aida wa Otanoshimi 6. Fuyu no Owari ni Haru no Hajimari 7. Ame ga Niau 8. Soredemo Kiss ni wa Chigainai 9. Tsuki yori wa Chikai 10. Mushi mo Korosenai 11. Youkai Love Chocolate 12. Konomi to Aijou 13. Watashi ni Mienai Koigokoro
Sengoku Anthology ~ Itoshi no Sengoku Bushou Boys
A collection of one-shots published in Akita Shoten's Princess Comic Imprint.
Sengoku Senjutsu Senki Lobos
The upheaval resulted in the further weakening of central authority, and throughout Japan regional lords, or daimyo, rose to fill the vacuum. In the course of this power shift, well established clans such as the Takeda and the Imagawa, who had ruled under the authority of both the Kamakura and Muromachi bakufu, were able to expand their spheres of influence. There were many, however, whose positions eroded and were eventually usurped by more capable underlings. This phenomenon of social meritocracy, in which capable subordinates rejected the status quo and forcefully overthrew an emaciated aristocracy became known as gekokujō which literally means "the underling conquers the overlord." One of the earliest instances of this phenomenon was Hōjō Sōun, who rose from relatively humble origins and eventually seized power in Izu province in 1493. Building on the accomplishments of Sōun, the Late Hōjō clan remained a major power in the Kantō region until its subjugation by Toyotomi Hideyoshi late in the Sengoku period. Other notable examples include the supplanting of the Hosokawa clan by the Miyoshi, the Shiba clan by the Oda clan, and the Toki by the Saito. (Source: M-U)
Ginga Sengoku Gunyuuden Rai
Rai is a space opera that fuses feudal Chinese and Japanese customs with vast galaxy spanning empires and space-going societies. The story follows the life and times of the samurai Rai, and the quest of several spacefaring factions for control of territory and, of course, the Empire.
Ginga Sengoku Gunyuuden Rai Ibun
A manga related to Ginga Sengoku Gunyuuden Rai, in which Ryuuga Rai was a hero of the period after the collapse of the Sacred Galaxy Empire. Rai has now forged a new empire, and has ushered in an era of peace. With his Empress Reila, he has heirs to continue his legacy. However, a group of pirates has been threatening the peace of the empire. This group of pirates is led by a powerful young man who claims to be the child of Masamune, and who has been raised by barbarians. The young pirate does not know the identity of his father, but he is determined to exceed him and to bring down the empire. Ryuga Rai must find some way to deal with the situation, both to protect his empire and because he knows that he is actually the young rebel's father... (Source: MangaHelpers)
Sengoku Danshi Hana no Ran
With a boyfriend who's an idol on the rise and a wacky grandfather who has a penchant for inventing and Japanese history, Hana's life is crazy enough. Things get even more complicated when Hana runs into a burning building, trying to rescue her grandfather, and finds herself face-to-face with a man who seems to be a samurai from the past... (Source: Which Scanlations)
Sengoku Blood: Bara no Keiyaku
When twins are born to the Oda household, Karin is tossed aside as an unwanted child. The one person who gave her strength through her childhood was her brother, Oda Nobunaga. Now both adults, Nobunaga sets about his plan for world domination in order to unify the world and create a place of happiness for both his subjects and his sister. However, tragedy strikes as Nobunaga is attacked in his palace and murdered. Beside his death bed, Karin vows to take on her brother's dream and act as his substitute, even if it requires making a deal with a demon to do so... (Source: MU)
Honoo no Nobunaga: Sengoku Gaiden
A short overview of the life of Oda Nobunaga, as told from the perspective of a ninja fighting other time-travelling ninjas! (Source: SystematicChaos/Hokuto no Gun)
○○ se yo!! Sengoku Gakuen Seitokai
This manga takes place in a school where the students are based on famous shoguns in Japanese history. Sengoku Gakuen was once like a normal school but Oda Nobunaga, the student president overthrew the teachers and practically made them powerless. He built a school of the students, for the students and by the students. Nobunaga eventually graduated and left Hideyoshi in charge as the student president. However, Hideyoshi soon drops out of school to help Nobunaga rule Japan as he ruled Sengoku Gakuen. The story picks up here as there is a battle between Ishida Mitsunari, an uptight and conservative, yet hardworking boy, and Tokugawa Ieyasu, the temporary school president who has lots of followers, fighting for the school president seat. We also see other famous figures as fellow students such as Ootani Yoshitsugu who is loyally following Mitsunari and Oichi, Nobunaga’s younger sister. Who will win the student body president position and take command of the school? (Source: MU)
Sengoku Gyouha Dullahan: Kagen no Keishousha
The story is set in a parallel world of the Sengoku era. Date Masamune rides a giant robot called Ouryuu. However, the robot is too strong for the young Masamune to control, which leads to the death of many people. Fearing the power of Ouryuu, the other daimyo form an alliance against Masamune in order to destroy Ouryuu. (Source: MU)
Sengoku Basara 3: Kishin no Gotoku
A manga that follows Chousokabe Motochika's storyline in Sengoku Basara 3.
Gou: Hime-tachi no Sengoku
The story focuses on the life of Gou, a wife of the second Tokugawa shogun Hidetada. Gou was the third daughter of the daimyo Azai Nagamasa, who was married to the sister of Oda Nobunaga. One of Gou's older sisters was the wife of Toyotomi Hideyoshi, while the other married the daimyo Kyogoku Takatsugu. (Source: jCafe24)
TV Anime: Sengoku Basara Ni
Based on the Sengoku Basara and Mini-Sengoku asara anime from the CAPCOM video games. Comic strips that tells the adventures of the chibi version of the Sengoku era warlords.
Sengoku Basara 3: Bloody Angel
Bloody Angel follows the tragic story of revenged-crazed Samurai Mitsunari Ishida. Based on the video game series "Sengoku Basara" by CAPCOM.
Sengoku Saga: Fuuma Fuujin Den
At the Age of Civil Wars, there was a man challenging the men of power, Hideyoshi Toyotomi and Ieyasu Tokugawa, who is called "a child of wind god." His name is Koutarou Fuuma. He has a huge body that is higher than 2m; with his tough muscle, he stands against his enemies with his bare hands! (Source: MU)
Sengoku Musou: Mononofu-tachi no Sekigahara
Manga adaption of the popular action series, Sengoku Musou (Samurai Warriors). Consists of three chapters: "Chapter of Ishida Mitsunari", "Chapter of Date Masamune" and the "Chapter of Sanada Nobuyuki and Sanada Yukimura".
Sengoku Basara 3: Roar of Dragon
A manga based on the Sengoku Basara 3 action video game. The main characters, Date Masamune and Sanada Yukimura are two warlords who are both attempting to conquer all of the land. Almost greater than their desire to conquer, though, is their desire to fight each other in single combat. (Source: MU)
Samurai Ragazzi: Sengoku Shounen Seihou Kenbunroku
Nobunaga was just taken out of power and there are signs of civil unrest even in the far reaches of Kyushu. A small precinct of Kyushu is ruled by the Harima family and headed by 15-year-old Harunobu who, despite everyone's hopes, has no interest in war or being a lord. Instead, he spends his time surveying the land to make maps or record plant and animal life. Harunobu's dream is to create an encyclopedia that contains all the information in the world. So when the opportunity to travel the world and eventually end up in Rome appears, Harunobu leaves the land in capable hands and sets sail on a journey that he has dreamed of his entire life. (Source: MangaHelpers)
Mugen Tenshou: Ryuuki to Kotora to Sengoku Zombie
Kotora Takeda is the daughter of the owner of izakaya Fuurin Kazan. Ryuuki Uesugi is the son of the owner of the liquor store Echigoya. For over 460 years, these two factions have participated in the Battle of the Island Kawanaka. But one day, an army of zombies appeared. Kotora and Ryuuki decide to put aside the family disputes and fight against zombies.
Sengoku Basara Series Official Anthology Comic: Gakuen Basara
Official Sengoku Basara anthology in a high school setting.
Manga Grimm Douwa: Ogou to Sengoku no Onna-tachi
1. Nidai Shougun Midai Ogou [Okada Junko] 2. Hosokawa Garasha [Matsuzaki Akemi] 3. Naoe Osen [Yasutake Wataru] 4. Onna-tachi no Sengoku: Azai Sanshimai [Kuuro] 5. Chacha [Tsuka Emuko]