View topic - Where to get manga in Japanese?
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I found this listing for Fruits Basket. Unfortunately, it ends in about 4 hrs from the time I post this message.
Although, it appears it's not going to sell, so the seller will probably re-list. I'd buy it if I had the money for more manga right now.
Anyway... I'll keep looking around, but I've always found e-bay my best source for otherwise hard-to-get imports.
Sasuga Books also has them, for a bit more than the e-bay seller is letting them go for. Here is a link to Sasuga's website.
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http://www.geocities.jp/rorokakaka/saku ... nsyuu.html
I'm sure there's much more if you search around. These are naturally not on par with professional manga but they are alright for interesting learning resources. Unfortunately the kanji level is pretty high and there are no furigana though. So maybe not so good as a learning resource...
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