Higanjima Chapter 331: Release Date and Watch Online

Higanjima Chapter 331 is expected to be released on 16 August 2021. Fans are eagerly waiting to read the next chapter of Higanjima.

About Higanjima

Higanjima is a Japanese manga series by Koji Matsumoto. It was adapted into a live-action film in 2010. It also spawned two spin-off series, Higanjima: Saigo no 47 Nichikan, and Higanjima 48 Nichigo, both published in Kodansha’s Weekly Young Magazine.

Higanjima Chapter 331

Higanjima was serialized between 2002 and 2010 in the Weekly Young Magazine. Kodansha released the first tankōbon volume on April 4, 2003, and the 33rd was published on December 6, 2010.  A sequel series, Higanjima: Saigo no 47 Nichikan was serialized in the same magazine from October 2, 2010, to July 28, 2014. Sixteen volumes were published between January 6, 2011, and September 5, 2014.

Another sequel, Higanjima 48 Nichigo, started to be serialized on August 18, 2014. The first volume was published on December 5, 2014; as of April 6, 2020, twenty-four volumes have been released. The first series was published in France by Soleil Manga Taiwanese publisher Tohan translated all three series into Chinese.

Higanjima Chapter 331 Release Date

Higanjimachapter 331 is a weekly Manga in English. With its unleashing popularity among the fans, they eagerly waited for this English manga chapter 331. The chapters of the Higanjima are available to be read on platforms of Manga Online.

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Higanjima Chapter 331

Higanjima Chapter 331 will be released on 16th August 2021. The new chapter will be available to read at midnight Japanese Standard Time(JST). However, the international fans will get the English translation after a few hours of release.

Higanjima Chapter 331 Read Manga Online

Higanjima Chapter 331 is read online on platforms like VIZ Media and Mangaplus. For that, you need to buy a paid version of them for early access. Otherwise, they are also available for free on different online websites a week after the official release.

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