17 best vampire romance manga that you should read

17 Best Vampire Romance Manga That You Should Read

Romance is undoubtedly the most fan favorite genre.Romance is a genre that the vast majority go to for solace or to submerge themselves in a fantasy between two individuals who will undoubtedly fall head over heels. While there is a great deal that romanticizes what romance resembles fantasy and shoujo, there is additionally one that takes an occasionally more obscure approach.Vampire romancess, albeit still romanticized, is the dull fantasy side of romance.

A human becomes hopelessly enamored with an otherworldly animal, apprehension follows, and they arrive at a for the most part cheerful closure. I will list 17 best vampire romance manga that you should read.

17. Yorugata Aijin Senmonten – Bloodhound

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Rion is on a mission to find her friend Shihoko, who has gone missing. Her only clues are a card given to her by Shihoko and a confession from her best friend that she is in love with a vampire. As a result, she goes down to a club full of attractive male escorts who she claims are vampires. Suou, the club’s owner, insists that he has never met anyone named Shihoko.

He claims the hosts aren’t vampires. After attempting to chase her out of the club, Rion throws a very expensive bottle of wine onto the ground to demonstrate that she will not leave until she discovers the truth—and pays for the wine by working part-time at the club. While attempting to save her friend, she realises that Suou and the other hosts are not the group that kidnapped Shihoko (vampires or not). However, she is saved in the midst of that life-threatening truth-seeking expedition by another group of apparent vampires. So, after all of this, who are the true vampires?

16. Dracu-Riot!



The storey takes place on Aqua Eden, a man-made floating island where gambling and prostitution are legalised by the government.

Yuto Mutsura and Naota Kurahashi travel to the island to lose their virginity one summer day. They meet a girl named Miu during their visit, who directs them to a brothel. Miu is kidnapped, taken to a harbour, and held for ransom due to a misunderstanding. Yuuto then goes to the harbour to save her, only to be kidnapped himself. An island security task force apprehends the kidnappers. Yuuto is transformed into a vampire as a result of a subsequent misunderstanding, and he discovers that Aqua Eden is actually a safe haven for vampires, as well as Miu being a vampire herself.

15. Holy Knight

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When the sexiest girl in school, Kishimoto Lilith, begins trying to seduce him and things become extremely physical, Mizumura Shinta is at a loss for words. Shinta isn’t wealthy or the most popular guy at school, so Lilith’s interest in him is perplexing. But Lilith is a Moroi vampire, a secret she will kill to keep hidden, and she requires Shinta for a special purpose.

Shinta’s ability to keep the secret hidden becomes more difficult as their relationship develops. And when violent unexpected attacks begin, and those close to him, such as his semi-romantic childhood friend Makimura Chizuru, are unintentionally thrown into the chaos, deep dark secrets are revealed…including one about Shinta himself that he isn’t even aware of but everyone else seems to know.

14. Strike the Blood



Kojo Akatsuki is suspected of being the Fourth Progenitor, a powerful vampire who could potentially disrupt the balance of power among the world’s three ruling progenitors, on Itogami Island, a man-made island south of Japan that has developed into a monster and demon sanctuary.

Kojo was a regular high school student before becoming a vampire, and he is hesitant to use the powers that he barely controls. Yukina Himeragi is a new Sword Shaman, and his first mission is to ‘observe’ him. Kojo quickly becomes the focus of many people who are concerned about the risks he represents. Kojo and Yukina befriend a variety of students and others, some of whom are attracted to Kojo and whose circumstances fuel his libido, which is the source of much of his power.

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13.  Junketsu + Kareshi



“From now on, I’m going to break you…” This entrancing, heartbreaking, and heinous boyfriend appeared in front of Kana!? Takachiho Kana, who attends a prestigious private school, is always bright, well-behaved, and extremely soft-hearted. She’s neat and doesn’t appear to have any problems, but she has a dark heart. The world around her becomes increasingly loud on the night of the full moon. Kana’s fate-changing meeting is rapidly approaching.

12. Bloodline in the Dark

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Following an accident, our protagonist, Amagi Kouichi, falls in love with Itanami-san, a well-known beauty at his school who is also a vampire. In Bura! is a typical ecchi harem manga set in a high school setting. The only reason for the “vampire twist” in this manga is to justify giving female characters blood-sucking abilities, allowing them to get involved in more erotica.

11. Fudatsuki no Kyoko-chan



Fudatsuki Kenji is well-known in school for two reasons: he is a delinquent and he has a sister complex. He is constantly following his sister Kyoko around, fixing her giant ribbon and chasing away any boys who are interested in her. The truth, however, is far stranger than people believe. He doesn’t like his sister; instead, he likes Hibino, the only girl in class who isn’t afraid of him.

The issue is that his sister is a literal monster. She’s a jiangshi (vampire), which means she’s much stronger than the average person and requires a certain amount of blood from Kenji every day. Her ribbon keeps her in check, but if it falls off, she attacks the nearest person instinctively. Her ribbon also has a significant impact on her personality. She’s irritable and short-tempered when she’s wearing the ribbon, but she’s extremely sweet and apologetic when she’s not (while she attacks). Will Kenji be able to keep his sister from causing harm to others, and will he be able to overcome his sister-complex reputation in order to have a chance with Hibino?

10. Millennium Snow



Chiyuki Matsuoka, a high school girl hospitalised with a heart problem, is the focus of Millennium Snow. Her heart has been very weak since birth, and she was told that she would probably only live to be fifteen. However, one day she meets Tya Kan, a vampire who has the inverse problem: Tya lives for about a thousand years. It is customary for a vampire to choose a human partner at the age of eighteen to be with for 1000 years, who will then allow him to drink their blood and share his life span for the millennium.

Chiyuki offers Tya her blood early in the series in order for her to live longer, but Tya declines, claiming he dislikes the sight and taste of blood. He even looks down on humans at first, believing that they are weak creatures who will only die before him and leave him behind, but with the help of Chiyuki, he begins to see the world in a different light.

9. Bloody Kiss

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Kiyo Katsuragi is a young girl who is still in school when she inherits her grandmother’s mansion from her mother. When she enters, she discovers that she shares the mansion with two vampires, Kuroboshi and his servant Alshu. When Kuroboshi decides to make Kiyo his “bride,” things get even crazier. The “bride” of a vampire is a female human who will become his sole source of blood. Kiyo appears to like Kuroboshi, but she is embarrassed when he attempts to suck her blood, which is a problem for Kuroboshi.

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Kiyo’s childhood friend then tries to put a stop to their growing attraction because he is afraid Kiyo will be tainted by the vampire. Kiyo is then told that if she wants to be with Kuroboshi for the rest of her life and be his bride, she must kiss him. There is one unintended consequence: she may turn into a vampire herself!

8. Dance in the Vampire Bund



The plot revolves around Princess-Ruler of all vampires Mina epeș and her werewolf protector Akira Kaburagi Regendorf. Mina, like other vampires, has spent many years in hiding with her people. Seeking to end centuries of isolation, Mina obtains permission to establish “The Bund,” a special district for vampires off the coast of Tokyo, Japan, by paying off the Japanese government’s entire national debt with her family’s vast wealth.

Following a discussion show in which she kills known vampire movie actor Seiichi Hirai (who was revealed to be an actual vampire) during his rampage, Mina reveals the existence of vampires to the world while expressing her desire for both races to coexist on “The Bund.” However, tensions rise as fearful humans and extremist vampire factions clash with Mina’s desire for peace with the human world. As a result, Mina and Akira are tasked with defending “The Bund” from these intruders.

7. Call of the Night

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Yamori, who is sleepless, sneaks out of his house one night to walk the streets of his town. Life after dark is an eye-opener! Especially when he meets the seductive Nanakusa… She’s a lot more enjoyable to spend the evening with than old drunks on park benches. He’s overjoyed when she invites him to spend the night at her abandoned building! But then he wakes up to kisses on his neck that are a little too bitey…

6. Bakemonogatari



The Monogatari series follows Koyomi Araragi, a third-year high school student who has nearly reclaimed his humanity after briefly becoming a vampire during spring break. His classmate, the reclusive Hitagi Senjgahara, falls down a flight of stairs at school and into Koyomi’s arms one day. Surprisingly, he discovers that Hitagi weighs almost nothing, defying physics. Despite being threatened to stay away, Koyomi offers his assistance and introduces her to Meme Oshino, a strange middle-aged man living in an abandoned cram school who assisted in his vampirism’s reversal. Koyomi decides to become Hitagi’s girlfriend after assisting him in resolving his problem.

As the series progresses, Koyomi becomes involved with other girls suffering from “oddities,” including the ghost of a child named Mayoi Hachikuji, his underclassman Suruga Kanbaru, his sisters’ friend Nadeko Sengoku, his classmate Tsubasa Hanekawa, and his own younger sisters Karen and Tsukihi. Koyomi relies on supernatural guidance from Oshino and, later, Shinobu, the once-powerful blonde vampire who attacked him and later assumed the appearance of an eight-year-old girl, to deal with the apparitions, which feed on human emotions and frequently take the form of animals symbolically represented by animals.

5. Chibi Vampire



To the untrained eye, Karin appears to be a typical, upbeat high school student. Karin and her family, on the other hand, are all vampires. To make matters worse, Karin isn’t just any old vampire; she’s a blood maker who must inject excess blood into her victims! If she doesn’t find a victim to bite in time, her excess blood is expelled as a massive nosebleed.

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Karin’s already difficult life is made even more difficult when Kenta Usui transfers into her class and her blood pressure begins to rise at an alarming rate. When sharing classes and an after-school job makes avoiding Kenta impossible, Karin must find a way to control her rapidly increasing blood pressure or risk revealing her family’s secret.

4. Rosario to Vampire



Tsukune Aono, fifteen, is average in every way; he has no hobbies, poor grades, and has even failed his high school entrance exam. His parents have managed to get him enrolled in a school, but it isn’t any ordinary school! Tsukune will be attending the Youkai Academy, which teaches monsters how to coexist with humans!

Tsukune, the lone human, is able to avoid their bloodthirsty gazes because the werewolves, vampires, witches, and other monsters are required to retain their human forms. However, he quickly attracts the attention of several devilish beauties, including the vampire Moka, a busty succubus, and even a young witch! Tsukune’s ordinary life appears to be anything but ordinary!

3. Shingetsutan Tsukihime



Tsukihime’s plot is told through the eyes of protagonist Shiki Tohno, a second-year high school student in the fictional town of Misaki in 1999. Shiki sustains a potentially fatal injury when he is young. When he regains consciousness, he gains the ability to see “Death lines,” which are lines that all things, living or not, eventually break when they die. Shiki suffers from severe headaches as a result of his injury, as his mind cannot cope with the thought of death.

Soon after, Aoko Aozaki gives him special glasses that prevent him from seeing these lines. Shiki is banished by his father to a branch family of the Tohno household as a result of his injury. After his father dies, he is summoned home by his sister eight years later. Shiki struggles to adjust to his sister’s traditional way of life after returning home. Shiki is confronted with supernatural beings such as vampires known as “Dead Apostles” as the storey progresses, as well as his family’s secrets.

2. Vampire Knight



Yuki’s earliest memory is of a stormy winter night when she was attacked by a rogue vampire and rescued by Pureblood vampire Kaname Kuran. Ten years later, Yuki, the adopted daughter of Cross Academy’s headmaster, Kaien Cross, has become a vampire race guardian, protecting her childhood crush, Kaname, from discovery as he leads a group of vampires at the elite boarding school.

Zero Kiryu, a childhood friend whose hatred for the creatures who destroyed everything he held dear has made him determined never to trust them, is by her side. This coexistence appears to be a good thing, but have the vampires truly repented of their murderous ways, or is there a darker truth behind their actions? Nothing is as it appears in this world of secrets. The cost of misplaced trust may be greater than death. Is it possible that if Yuki truly discovers what happened in her past, the truth will hurt her more than not knowing?

1. Devils’ Line



Tsukasa, a college student, is saved from an attack by a devil, one of many vampires capable of blending in with the human population. Anzai, her saviour, is a half-demon who uses his supernatural abilities as a member of a shadowy police task force in Tokyo that specialises in devil-related crime. As Anzai continues to watch over Tsukasa, the two form a tentative bond—one that Anzai fears will put his iron-clad rule of never drinking human blood to the test…

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