Thursday, June 26, 2014

Manga Profile: Kitchen Princess

Volume One Cover


Author(s): Miyuki Kobayashi

Artist(s): Natsumi Ando

Reading Orientation: Right to left (Japanese style)

Anime: None

Genre(s): Comedy, Romance, School Life, Shoujo, Slice of Life

*Age Rating: T (Ages 13+)

Volumes: Ten

Chapters: 47

Status: Finished

**Description: "Najika is a great cook and she likes to make meals for people she loves. But something is missing from her life. When she was a child, she met a boy who touched her heart - and now she's determined to find him. The only clue Najika has is a silver spoon that leads her to the prestigious Seika Academy.
     "Attending Seika will be a challenge. Every kid at the school has a special talent, and the other girls in Najika's class think she doesn't deserve to be there. But Sora and Daichi, two popular brothers who barely speak to each other, recognize Najika's cooking for what it is - magical. Is either boy Najika's mysterious prince?"

*Age rating given at the back of the book(s) (In my personal opinion, this series could be read by anyone. The only things to watch out for are the fact that a younger child may not understand certain concepts of the plot depending on their age, the word "pervert" being used once or twice, and also a bit of blood in one chapter). 

**This description was taken word-for-word from the back of Kitchen Princess Volume One

Information obtained through personal knowledge


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