Azuki, a new digital manga service offering thousands of manga chapters soon after they hit stores in Japan, officially licensed and in high quality, has gone live. Azuki is available now on Web and iOS and offers content for both free and subscription users. Free users will be able to read select chapters with advertisements, while those who pay a monthly subscription fee of $4.99 can read Azuki’s expansive catalog with no ads. A 30-day free trial is available for all new Premium subscribers. The Android app will be available on the Google Play Store shortly.
Today, new subscribers can begin reading a wide selection of titles from Azuki’s publishing partners Kodansha USA and Kaiten Books. Azuki is available in English worldwide, excluding Japan, so fans everywhere can read manga in their web browser or on their mobile devices. Comment threads are available on each chapter for registered users to discuss the stories with fellow fans.
Fans can sign up on azuki.co and follow Azuki’s social media accounts at twitter.com/ReadAzuki, facebook.com/ReadAzuki, and instagram.com/readazuki.
KiraKira Media Inc.’s new digital manga service Azuki has announced on Thursday that it will add the following manga from Kaiten Books:
- UzaMaid – Our Maid is Way Too Annoying!
- Gacha Girls Corps
- The Yakuza’s Guide to Babysitting
- My Dad’s the Queen of All VTubers?!
Azuki will launch on June 28, 2021 on iOS, Android, and web browser in English worldwide except Japan. The service will offer simulpub manga chapters shortly after they launch in Japan in addition to a library of other titles. Azuki’s first partnership is with Kodansha USA, and the service is offering titles from the publisher’s catalog at launch.
Free users will be able to access select chapters with advertisements. There will also be a subscription available to customers for US$4.99 that will allow subscribers to read manga without ads. Comment threads will be available on each chapter for registered user discussion.