Manga Monday! # 45-Kitchen Princess by Natsumi Ando (Illustrator), Miyuki Kobayashi

Kitchen Princess by Natsumi Ando (Illustrator), Miyuki Kobayashi


Review: I really enjoyed this series a couple of years back. And I still really like it today. I love reading manga books that are of different topics, such as cooking. In this series the authors do such a great job making the cooking look as if it were magic. I just love that because I can’t cook to save my life.

Anyway, this series is pretty great, it has a cool new way to look at the plot ( because cooking), neat and very sweet characters. I know its romance but its more about the main character’s dream of cooking.

4 out of 5 stars.

1- 10 volumes, plus( go here for more details on extra volume) Kitchen Princess: Search for the Angel cake 

Manga. Young Adult. Food. Cooking. Romance. Shojo.

Published by Del Rey.


Najika is a great cook and likes to make meals for the 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 Najika is determined to find him. The only clue she 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 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?

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