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Toriko Vol. 5: The Regal Plateau!!

Toriko Volume 5

The Regal Plateau!!
Toriko and friends continue their search for the Regal Mammoth and the delicious “jewel meat” found deep in the creature's body. Toriko can handle the wildest beast that nature has to offer, but the team may be in some serious trouble when more robots from the evil Gourmet Corp. join the party.
Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro
197 Pages
$6.99

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You've Reached The End

You've read Volume 5. Now check out Volume 6!

Toriko Vol. 6: Ten-fold!!

Ten-fold!!

Toriko Vol. 6

The battle between the IGO and Gourmet Corp. heats up as Toriko and his friends face off against the powerful GT Robots. In order to find the precious Jewel Meat buried deep inside the enormous Regal Mammoth, Toriko has ventured into the beast's body. But can he locate and eat this delicious treat before it's too late?!
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