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The Ao Haru Ride manga series has been licensed in several other countries.

List of CountriesEdit

  • Released by Tokyopop on December, 2012 in Germany as "Blue Spring Ride"[1]
  • Released by Kana on July 5, 2013 in France as "Blue Spring Ride"[2]
  • Released by Bongkoch on July 18, 2013 in Thailand as "บันทึกใสจากวัยฝัน Ao Haru Ride"[3]
  • Released by Panini Comics on September 19, 2013 in Italy as "Ao Haru Ride A un passo da"[4]
  • Released by Kim Đồng on November 8, 2013 in Vietnam as "Con đường mùa xuân"[5]
  • Released by Waneko on Feburary 20, 2014 in Poland as "Ścieżki Młodości Ao Haru Ride"[6]
  • Released by Ivrea on Feburary 27, 2015 in Spain as "Aoha Ride Ao Haru Ride"[7]
  • Released by Panini Comics on March, 2015 in Brazil as "Aoharaido - A Primavera de Nossas Vidas"[8]

ReferencesEdit

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