Kamisama Kiss Manga List

A complete list of all Kamisama Kiss Manga Volumes by Julietta Suzuki, published by Viz Media, along with links to buy on Amazon.

When Nanami inherits a shrine, it comes with divine powers and a hot fox spirit!

Nanami Momozono is alone and homeless after her dad skips town to evade his gambling debts and the debt collectors kick her out of her apartment. So when a man she’s just saved from a dog offers her his home, she jumps at the opportunity. But it turns out that his place is a shrine, and Nanami has unwittingly taken over his job as a local deity!

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 1 (1)

When Nanami inherits a shrine, it comes with divine powers and a hot fox spirit!

Nanami Momozono is alone and homeless after her dad skips town to evade his gambling debts and the debt collectors kick her out of her apartment. So when a man she’s just saved from a dog offers her his home, she jumps at the opportunity. But it turns out that his place is a shrine, and Nanami has unwittingly taken over his job as a local deity!

Nanami has all kinds of new responsibilities she doesn’t understand, dangers she’s unaware of, and a cranky ex-familiar who’s…actually pretty hot. What’s a new-fledged godling to do?

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 2 (2)

Nanami doesn’t want to miss out on the fun when a hot teen idol joins the student body. Tomoe reluctantly agrees to let her go, as long as she conceals her divine mark. After all, what could possibly go wrong at high school…?

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 3 (3)

Nanami has been missing a lot of school because of her new duties at the shrine. But every time she goes to class, something seems to go wrong! And now her instinct to rescue animals has turned and bit her on the wrist! Is she marked for life…or death?!

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 4 (4)

Being a teen deity is tough! Not only does Nanami have her duties at the shrine, she has her female classmates begging her to get them dates with her yokai companions. Tomoe wants nothing to do with dating, so what is Nanami going to do about her growing feelings for him?

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 5 (5)

After returning from a seaside vacation, Nanami is shocked to discover that the townsfolk consider her shrine abandoned. She decides to hold a summer festival for the local humans and yokai to revitalize the shrine’s reputation. But Tomoe is strangely reluctant. Can Nanami pull off the festival with a little help from her yokai friends, or will Tomoe’s naysaying spell disaster?

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 6 (6)

Every year, kami from all over Japan gather in Izumo for a sort of divine convention. One of Mikage’s friends comes to the shrine to invite Nanami to the retreat, but it turns out most of the other kami and Tomoe don’t want her to go. Can Nanami prove she’s kami enough to attend…or does she even want to bother?

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 7 (7)

Mizuki loves living at the shrine with Nanami, but he hates that he has to stay behind when she goes to school. He hates even more that Tomoe gets to go with her. But Mizuki isn’t used to the human world, so Nanami thinks it’s safer if he just stays put. Can Mizuki become a master of the mundane, or will his secret foray into town end in disaster?!

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 8 (8)

Things at the kami convention in Izumo aren’t going so well. Nanami tried to earn some respect by guarding death’s door while the keeper went off to party. But now she’s stuck in the land of the dead, and the residents seem to have a taste for new kami!

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 9 (9)

Nanami may have been (begrudgingly) accepted by the other kami at Izumo, but that doesn’t make her any less human or help her deal with her growing feelings for Tomoe. Should she be true to her heart or cut Tomoe loose for his own good? Either way, getting dragged into a group date isn’t going to help matters at all!

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 10 (10)

Kuruma’s father, the Sojobo of the Kuruma tengu, is gravely ill. Nanami thinks she can cure him with her supply of Momotan, but first she needs to get past the magic shields of Jiro, the next in line for the leadership of the mountain. And Jiro isn’t the only thing on the mountain the gang needs to watch out for…

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 11 (11)

New Year’s is coming up, and that means the Mikage Shrine needs to send a representative to greet the toshigami, the visiting kami who assures a good harvest for the year. Nanami insists on going with her shinshi but gets stuck in limbo at the meeting place. Her shinshi rush to get her back, but instead they all end up trapped in Nanami’s troubled childhood…

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 12 (12)

Himemiko, ayakashi ruler of Tatara swamp, is happily dating her human sweetie Kotaro. But yokai/human relationships are hard to manage, especially when the human has no idea who he’s dating! When the supernatural starts to intrude, can Himemiko tell Kotaro the truth about herself? Or will she lose him no matter what she does?

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 13 (13)

Himemiko is convinced that her human boyfriend Kotaro could never love her in her true form, and that dating a yokai will only put him in danger. Even though she feels she can no longer see him, she vows to avenge the wounds he suffered at the hands of Nishiki of Inuaki Swamp. But Himemiko and Nishiki have been engaged since they were young. Will her quest for revenge bring all-out war to the swamps?

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 14 (14)

Himemiko and Kotaro’s happy ending has triggered some confusing flashbacks for Tomoe, and his memories are affecting more than just his mood. The shrine has started to collapse because Tomoe isn’t strong enough to maintain it, and things have gotten so bad that the kami Mikage returns. He explains to Nanami that Tomoe is dying from a 500-year-old curse, and there’s nothing she can do to save him!

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 15 (15)

Nanami has gone back in time in order to find the fallen kami who cursed Tomoe, but the past is a lot more violent than she expected. Before she can even start her search, she has to deal with suspicious villagers and a mortally wounded Tomoe!

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 16 (16)

Back in feudal Japan, Akura-oh is getting frustrated with his best friend and rampage companion Tomoe. He correctly guesses that Tomoe is lovesick, and decides the best way to deal with it is to kill the object of his affection–Yukiji! And to make matters worse, when Nanami wears historical clothes, she looks an awful lot like Yukiji! Can she manage to preserve the past, save Tomoe, protect Yukiji and keep from getting killed?!

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 17 (17)

Nanami has finally found the fallen kami who cursed Tomoe, but before she can rush home to save her beloved shinshi, she must watch the past unfold. But how will her relationship with Tomoe be affected by standing witness to the torments he and Yukiji suffer?!

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 18 (18)

Nanami’s journey to the past was a success! She found a way to break the curse and save Tomoe, and he even admitted that he has feelings for her. Now they’re both ready to enjoy life as a happy couple. Tomoe is hoping to spend some special alone time with Nanami, but instead they go on a school trip to Okinawa with the entire grade—and things go from tropical paradise to yokai nightmare in no time!

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 19 (19)

The school trip to Okinawa is turning out to be the opposite of a good time for Nanami and her friends. A terrible storm has shut down the island, and it turns out the bad weather is being caused by an enraged mermaid who won’t rest until her stolen robe of feathers is returned. Nanami tries to get the robe back from Kirihito, who takes it to help him rescue his body from the Land of the Dead, but ends up drained of her vital energy! Can her shinshi Tomoe and Mizuki put aside their difference long enough to save their kamisama, or is Okinawa doomed?!

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 20 (20)

It’s the third day of the school trip, and it looks like Nanami and her friends will finally get a chance to enjoy Okinawa. However, Mikage pops up with a shinshi assignment for Tomoe—deliver a gift to the local shrine maiden. But the simple errand has complicated consequences as Tomoe is forced to face Nanami’s mortality and the seeming impossibility of a yokai and a human living together happily ever after.

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 21 (21)

Tomoe has made up his mind—he can’t have a happily ever after with Nanami as a yokai, so he’s going to become a human! But things don’t go as planned when he drinks the water of evolution, and now he’s stuck in fox form! The only way he can turn back is with the help of the kami Ôkuninushi in Izumo, so he and Mikage set off on a road trip. Nanami is supposed to stay behind at the shrine, but she wants to be with Tomoe to give him support. But what should have been a simple shortcut to Izumo turns into a frightening ordeal when Nanami runs into one of Akura-oh’s henchmen!

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 22 (22)

Kirihito has finally found a way to enter the Land of the Dead in order to retrieve his true form, the body of the dread yokai Akura-oh! Nanami, her shinshi, and all the Izumo war kami are hot on his tail, but the ruler of the realm is furious that no one asked her permission before barging in. She slams the gates and shrouds the land in darkness. How will they be able to find Kirihito now, much less the way out?!

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 23 (23)

Akura-oh’s body was entombed centuries ago in the Mountain of Flames, where the preternaturally hot fire continuously consumes him before his regenerative powers can resurrect him. If Kirihito can reunite Akura-oh’s spirit with his body, the terrifying yokai will be able to escape his prison and wreak havoc again! Can Nanami and Tomoe catch him in time—and are they strong enough to stop him?!

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 24 (24)

With Akura-oh’s spirit no longer available to resurrect his body, Yatori has decided the next best thing is to take control of his idol himself! Tomoe has mixed feelings about Akura-oh, but he absolutely won’t let a horrible creature lke Yatori have his friend’s body. But what if the only solution is for Tomoe to inhabit Akura-oh himself?!

Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 25 (25)

Nanami and Tomoe are getting ready to leave Mikage shrine and join the human world for good. Nanami has even been accepted to a junior college in the child development department! But while she thought she was ready to retire as kamisama, it turns out that Nanami is going to lose a lot more than just her ability to use spells—she won’t be able to see anyone from the spirit world again! Is the price for being human too high?