Volume 8 cover

5Toubun no Hanayome Manga began serialization in Kodansha's Weekly Shounen Magazine since August 9, 2017, and has been compiled into 6 Japanese volumes as of October 2018. The manga is released on a weekly basis.

5Toubun no Hanayome is published digitally in English by Kodansha USA under their Kodansha Comics imprint, and 5 English volumes were published so far. The official English title of the series is "The Quintessential Quintuplets".

Volume Information

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Volume Covers

Volume 1 cover features Itsuki Nakano and her sisters' partial shots.

The cover of volume 2 until 6 feature one Nakano Quintuplets in their personalized student uniform with a colored flower petals unique to each one of them in the background.

The cover for volume 7 and onwards feature one sister in western wedding dress.

Inside Covers

Each volume has an illustration of a flower bouquet with the series' romanized title (stylized as "5toubun no hanayome" in the Japanese volume, "the quintessential quintuplets" in the english version), author name, and volume number inside it.

The filler page has a picture of a diamond ring with the word "5toubun no hanayome" (Japanese volume) or "the quintessential quintuplets" (English volume) in the middle.

Character Introduction Page

Every volume has an introduction about the Bride, all five Nakano Quintuplets, Fuutarou, and other characters. Each girl's introduction box contain various miscellaneous info about them and differ from volume to volume. There is also a "Quints Memo" box describing the Nakano Quintuplets' personalities and traits.

Special Extra Comics

A short comic near the end of each volume, featuring the Nakano Quintuplets and other character's daily life.

Next Volume Preview

A page that contains various cutscenes from the upcoming volume, author notes, editor commentary, and any announcements related to the series.

Volumes and Chapters

Chapters titles are taken from the official English release.

Volume 1

Cover character(s): Itsuki, Yotsuba, Miku, Nino, Ichika
Japanese: October 17, 2017978-4-06-510249-7 
English: June 26, 2018978-1-64-212302-9

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Volume 2

Cover character(s): Ichika
Japanese: December 15, 2017978-4-06-510814-7 
English: July 24, 2018978-1-63-236775-4

List of Chapters:

Volume 3

Cover character(s): Nino
Japanese: March 16, 2018978-4-06-511075-1 
English: August 28, 2018978-1-64-212397-5

List of Chapters:

Volume 4

Cover character(s): Miku
Japanese: May 17, 2018978-4-06-511416-2 
English: September 25, 2018978-1-64-212476-7

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Volume 5

Cover character(s): Yotsuba
Japanese: July 17, 2018978-4-06-511075-1 
English: October 23, 2018978-1-64-212509-2

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Volume 6

Cover character(s): Itsuki
Japanese: September 14, 2018978-4-06-512607-3 
English: February 5, 2019

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Volume 7

Cover character(s): Ichika
Japanese: December 17, 2018978-4-06-513250-0 

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Volume 8

Cover character(s): Nino
Japanese: February 15, 20189978-4-06-514125-0 

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Chapters Not Yet Published in Volume Format

The following chapters have appeared in the magazine but have yet to be reprinted in the volume/tankoubon, as collected volumes of 5Toubun no Hanayome are generally released every two or three months. 

69. Welcome to Class 3-1
70. The Responsibilities of the Class Representative
71. Advantage


The series reached one million prints mark after 1 year and 2 months of publications[1].

In November 2018, there are 7 Japanese volumes published with 1.3 million print counts[2].

Around mid January 2019, Negi Haruba tweeted having 2 million prints for 7 volumes.[3]


  1. Negi often reuse chapter titles and adds a numbering at the end of the title. They are used to emphasize the current event or arc, like the camping trip, firework festival or last exams.
  2. Volume 1 is the only volume to not contain 9 chapters, this is because Chapter 1, 2, 3, and 4 are about two or three times longer than a regular chapter.
  3. Only fireworks festival, last exams, and holiday events are fully covered in a single volume.
  4. The petals' color in the background of Volume 2 to Volume 6 represent the sisters' color theme :
    • Light yellow for Ichika's jacket
    • Dark purple for Nino's ribbon & sweater
    • Light blue for Miku's headphones & sweater
    • Light green for Yotsuba's ribbon & tie
    • Red for Itsuki's sweater
  5. Negi sometimes use certain topic to start and finish the volumes.
    • Volume 1: First chapter, a Nakano sister sees half-naked Fuutarou. Last chapter, Fuutarou sees a half-naked Nakano sister.
    • Volume 2: First chapter, one of the focus is a photo of older Fuutarou and one Nakano sister.. The last chapter is about a photo of younger Fuutarou and one Nakano sister.
    • Volume 3: First chapter, Yotsuba waves at Fuutarou. Last chapter, Yotsuba also waves at Fuutarou.
    • Volume 4: First chapter is about the Nakano Quintuplets' finger game which involve all five fingers. Last chapter each of the Nakano Quintuplets hold one of Fuutarou's finger.
    • Volume 5: First chapter is about Rena in Fuutarou's imagination and the past. Last chapter is about Rena present in real life.
    • Volume 6: First chapter shows Rena's goodbye to Fuutarou. Last chapter shows Fuutarou's goodbye to Rena.
    • Volume 7: First chapter the Nakano sisters watching a love confession in a TV drama with Fuutarou. Last chapter a Nakano give a love confession to Fuutarou.


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