For hard copies, you can try sites such as Amazon. You want to make sure they ship to your place first.
But if you have a Kindle, or if you have a Kindle app on your phone or computer (which is free,) you may be able to buy a digital copy for your device. I think they even let you sample the first few pages of the product first, you could use that to make sure the digital copy works fine. You can check out the first volume here.
You may have problems of country restriction if you don't have a Japanese address and/or don't want to change the country of your Amazon account. An alternative to this problem is Bookwalker although it still has some restrictions with some publishers such as Kodansha.
Recently I have been buying some LNs and merchandises from Yahoo Auction, so if you're looking for rare manga or stuff that might not be available in e-shop anymore, that's a good place to seek it.
If your place have nearby Japanese bookstore e.g., Kinokuniya, usually they are able to receive book indent as long as you can provide ISBN numbers.
I found there a manga I really wanted to buy with a very cheap price. *-*
Have you ever used this site: http://buyee.jp/?
Last edited by Leoat12; May 14, 2015 at 01:19 PM.
Nope, I haven't.
Buyee is a proxy and it seems safe since Yahoo Auction is advertising it itself... I'm gonna use it in the future when I buy something...
It is really convenient to find old series...
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