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Shin Takarajima
新宝島
Manga
Written bySakai Shichima
Illustrated byOsamu Tezuka
Published byIkuei Shuppan
English publisherDigital Manga
DemographicChildren
PublishedApril 1, 1947

Shin Takarajima (Shinjitai: 新宝島, Kyūjitai: 新寶島; pronunciation ; "New Treasure Island") is a Japanese manga by Sakai Shichima and Osamu Tezuka that was serialized in 1947. It is the first of Tezuka's manga to be published in tankōbon form. The series is based on Robert Louis Stevenson's 1883 novel Treasure Island.