Ryūrōden (龍狼伝?, lit. "Legend of Dragon and Wolf"), translated as Legend of the Dragon's Son, is a historical fantasy manga by Yoshito Yamahara. It was serialized by Kodansha in Monthly Shōnen Magazine from 1993 to 2007 and collected in 37 tankōbon volumes; in 2005 it was reprinted in 10 bunkoban volumes. In 1997, it won the Kodansha Manga Award for shōnen manga.[1] It is followed by a sequel series, Ryūrōden: Chugen Ryōran-hen (龍狼伝 中原繚乱編?), which has been serialized in Monthly Shōnen Magazine since 2007 and collected in 6 volumes as of 2009.

Outside of Japan, both series are licensed in Taiwan by Tong Li,[2] in Indonesia by Elex Media Komputindo, and South Korea by Final.

Ryūrōden is about Japanese teenagers Shiro and Masumi who are swallowed by a dragon on flying to China on a junior high school trip. They find themselves in China in 207 A.D. during the early Three Kingdoms period, at the start of the campaign leading to the Battle of Red Cliffs. As they learn how to survive, in part through Shiro's knowledge of The Romance of the Three Kingdoms, they become known as "Dragon Leader" and "Dragon Princess," working for Liu Bei and Cao Cao, respectively.


  1. Hahn, Joel. "Kodansha Manga Awards". Comic Book Awards Almanac. Retrieved 21 August 2007. 

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