||Established August 1926
Becomes joint-stock company 1947
Becomes joint-stock corporation 1949
||Magazines (39 periodical publications)
Books (literature, paperbacks, new publications, practical books, fiction, history & art collections)
Publishing dictionaries, children's books, comics etc.
||Representative Director, Marue Horiuchi
||754 (421 Male, 333 Female)
* As of June 1, 2016.
|Location of HQ
||2-5-10 Hitotsubashi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-8050 JAPAN
|Cultural & CSR Related Activities
- Awards hosted by Shueisha
- Shibata Renzaburo Award
- Kaiko Takeshi Non-Fiction Award
- Subaru Prize for Literature
- Novel Subaru Newcomer Award
- Cobalt Paperback Novel Prize - Romance Prize
- Super Dash Novel Newcomer Award
- Jump Novel Newcomer Award
- Golden Tiara Prize Grand Prix for Girl's and Women's Comics Newcomers
- Tezuka Award - Akatsuka Award
- Activities to Promote Reading (Hitotsubashi Cultural Education Association)
- Through its vision of "books are the pillars that support culture", Shueisha has hosted cultural presentation events for high school students since 1966, and the All Japan High School Reading Diary Competition since 1981 as corporate philanthropy.
- Shueisha Gallery
- In January 2007 a special exhibition "Shueisha Gallery" (free admission) was established, to allow the public display of Shueisha's publications and character related items.
- Official Sponsor of Kidzania
- Kidzania, where children can experience various jobs and services to learn about the workings of society and the economy. As an official sponsor of Kidzania Tokyo and Kidzania Koshien, Shueisha runs pavilions where children can experience everything from the creation of comics to the publishing of magazines.
- Tree Planting in Australia and Laos
- As the responsibility of a company that consumes a large amount of paper, Shueisha has been involved in joint tree planting projects that have planted 6,500 hectares of trees in Australia since 2001, and 50,000 hectares in Laos since 2006.
- Slam Dunk Scholarship
- The Slam Dunk Scholarship supports basketball players who aim to play in the United States of America at the university or professional levels. Applicants are taken from the second year of high school, and the scholarship provides non-repayable tuition fees and living expenses for approximately one year at an American college preparatory school. It was set up at the suggestion of Takehiko Inoue, the creator of "Slam Dunk", and is funded with both royalties and contributions from Shueisha.
- HAKUSENSHA Co., Ltd.
- SOBISHA Inc.
- HOME-SHA Inc.
- Shueisha International Inc.
- Sohgohsha Inc.
- SHOWA TOSHO Inc.
- SUURI-KEIKAKU Co., Ltd.
- Hitotsubashi Kikaku Co., Ltd.
- Shueisha Service Co., Ltd.
- Shueisha Business Co., Ltd.
- Showa Bright Co., Ltd.
- Chiyoda Studio Co., Ltd.
- Shogakukan-Shueisha Productions Co., Ltd.
- VIZ Media
- VIZ Media Europe