It has been revealed that Kentaro Yabuki’s Ayakashi Triangle manga will be coming to an end with the release of chapter 144 after 3 years of serialization.
Ayakashi Triangle chapter 144 will release on Sep 25, 2023.
Moreover, the final volume, i.e., vol. 16 of the manga will be out on Dec 4, 2023.
Ayakashi Triangle is a Japanese fantasy romantic comedy manga series written and illustrated by Kentaro Yabuki. It was serialized in publisher Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine from June 2020 to April 2022, and has been transferred to the Shonen Jump+ website since April 2022, with its individual chapters collected and published by Shueisha into fifteen tankobon volumes as of September 2023.
The manga has been licensed for English release in North America by Seven Seas Entertainment, and Shueisha also simultaneously publishes the series in English and Spanish for free on the Manga Plus app and website.
An anime television series adaptation by Connect premiered in January 2023.
MAL describes the plot of the manga as:
Matsuri Kazamaki and Suzu Kanade are childhood friends, bonded by their shared ability to see ayakashi—youkai in search of a life force to devour. However, in high school, their relationship deteriorates. As Suzu’s one-sided feelings are growing, so is the difference in their ayakashi views: Matsuri considers all ayakashi a threat to his friend, while Suzu is an ayakashi medium—someone who exudes a significant amount of life force compared to the average human—and loves them all despite the risk.
When the two stumble upon a talking white cat named Shirogane, they are unaware that it is a four-hundred-year-old ayakashi known as the “King of Ayakashi.” He is hell-bent on gaining even more power by devouring Suzu, but as Matsuri swoops in to try and save her by sealing Shirogane’s powers, the ayakashi uses a jutsu to turn him into a girl instead!
Matsuri vows to protect Suzu from further harm as her best friend, but he must learn how to act like a girl until his grandfather—a famous wind jutsu exorcist ninja—can undo the jutsu. Meanwhile, Suzu must work out her romantic feelings for Matsuri now that he is no longer a boy. But when Matsuri takes the king as his pet, the future of the two friends seems uncertain.