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{{translation|'''Toriko'''|トリコ|Toriko}} is a Japanese [[manga]] series written and illustrated by Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro. It has been serialized in [[Weekly Shōnen Jump]] since 2008, and the individual chapters have been collected in 43 [[tankōbon]] volumes published by [[Shueisha]].
 
   
The series has been adapted into an [[anime]] series produced by [[Toei Animation]], which has been broadcast in Japan since 2011. Additionally, Toei developed an animated feature film and ufotable developed an [[original video animation]]. The manga series is licensed for an English language release by [[Viz Media]] in North America and [[Madman Entertainment]] in Australia. The anime series has been licensed by [[Funimation Entertainment]] for internet streaming in North America.
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Toriko Manga Written and illustrated by Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro.
   
==Plot==
 
In a world where the taste and texture of food is extremely important, there exist individuals known as Gourmet Hunters (美食屋, ''Bishokuya'') who specialize in the acquisition of rare ingredients and animals. Toriko is one of these hunters and it is his dream to find the most precious foods in the world and create the ultimate dinner course. As one of the most skilled hunters in the world, he is regularly hired by restaurants and the rich to seek out new ingredients and rare animals. A man with inhuman ability, he utilizes his incredible strength and knowledge of the animal kingdom to capture ferocious, evasive, and rare beasts to further his ultimate goal. He is accompanied by a weak and timid chef named Komatsu who, inspired by Toriko's ambition, travels with him to improve his culinary skills and to find rare ingredients. An organization that seeks to take control of the world's entire food supply increases the struggle.
 
   
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== Plot ==
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In a world where the taste and texture of food is extremely important, there exist individuals known as Gourmet Hunters (美食屋 Bishokuya) who specialize in the acquisition of rare ingredients and animals. Toriko is one of these hunters and it is his dream to find the most precious foods in the world and create the ultimate dinner course. As one of the most skilled hunters in the world, he is regularly hired by restaurants and the rich to seek out new ingredients and rare animals. A man with inhuman ability, he utilizes his incredible strength and knowledge of the animal kingdom to capture ferocious, evasive, and rare beasts to further his ultimate goal. He is accompanied by a weak and timid chef named Komatsu who, inspired by Toriko's ambition, travels with him to improve his culinary skills and to find rare ingredients. An organization that seeks to take control of the world's entire food supply increases the struggle.
   
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== History ==
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==References==
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Toriko began serialization in the manga anthology Weekly Shōnen Jump on May 19, 2008. The individual chapters have been published into tankobon volumes since November 4, 2008.As of April 4, 2011, the series spans over 130 chapters and 14 tankobon volumes.
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At San Diego Comic-Con International 2009, Viz Media announced they had licensed the manga for an English-language release in their Shonen Jump imprint. The manga premiered in the February 2010 edition of Shonen Jump. The first volume of Toriko was released on June 1, 2010, and Viz has released four English-language volumes as of March 1, 2011.
   
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== Reception ==
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Toriko is currently enjoying considerable success. Readers have consistently ranked it among the top five Shōnen Jump titles in the Shōnen Jump popularity polls alongside the likes of best sellersOne Piece, Naruto and Bleach. Also, by May 2011 the total sales for the series has broken through 7.4 million copies.
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