Volume 01
The first volume cover featuring Fuuka Akitsuki.
風夏 (フウカ)
Romaji Fūka
Manga Profile
Author Seo Kouji
Publisher Kodansha
Magazine Weekly Shounen Magazine
Label Kodansha Comics
Demographic Seinen
Original Run February 12, 2014 – ongoing
Volumes 10 (list of volumes)
Media Info
Genres Comedy • Music

Fuuka (風夏 (フウカ) Fūka?) is a musical comedy manga with story and artwork by the mangaka Kouji Seo. It began serialization in Kodansha's Weekly Young Magazine in Issue No. 11 on February 12th, 2014. The first tankōbon volume was published on May 12th, 2014 by Kodansha with ten volumes now published under their Kodansha Comics label.[1] The series is licensed to Kodansha Comics in North America with seven volumes published in English.[2] The series is also licensed to the digital manga platform Crunchyroll.[3]

The manga received an anime that premiered in January of 2017.


The phone-addicted high-school teenager Yuu Haruna transfers to a high-school in Tokyo when his parents move to the United States. On his way home, his phone is broken in the street by a phone-less classmate named Fuuka Akitsuki after she presumes that Yuu is invading her privacy. During all of this, she unknowingly drops her CD on the sidewalk, which Yuu returns to her at school.

Fuuka's dynamic personality draws people to her like a summer breeze - it is also later discovered that she has a unique gift for singing. When Yuu recently connects with a popular singer and elementary classmate Koyuki Hinashi on Twitter, Yuu invites Koyuki to his house as old friends. Thus begins a clash of two loves, electronic and platonic, that form a summer love triangle of impossible depth! In that moment, Koyuki, Yuu and Fuuka's fates align.

The series focuses on Yuu and Fuuka's efforts to develop successful musical careers in the meteoric band Fallen Moon, under the patronage of the legendary band The Hedgehogs who are their inspiration.

List of characters


  1. "Fuuka" (Kouji Seo): The Published List | Kodansha Comics Plus (Japanese). Retrieved 07-04-2016.
  2. "Fuuka" by Kouji Seo | Kodansha Comics
  3. "Kodansha Announces New Print and Digital Manga Plans" | Crunchyroll. Retrieved 07-04-2016.

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