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  • ISBN 1421507196
  • ISBN13 978-1421507194
  • Language English
  • Author Takashi Hashiguchi
  • Publisher VIZ Media LLC; 1st edition (September 12, 2006)
  • Pages 208
  • Formats txt mbr lit docx
  • Category Comics and Funnies
  • Subcategory Manga
  • Size ePub 1518 kb
  • Size Fb2 1601 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 300

Azuma Kazuma, an energetic and dense young man, was introduced to the art of bread making when he was six. He decides to take the path of bread-making and become a baker right after graduating from middle school. Through his travels, he encounters many rivals and found work at the branch store of the most famous bread maker brand, the Phantasia.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Azuma Kazuma, an energetic and dense young man, was introduced to the art of bread making when he was six. He decides to take the path of bread-making and become a baker right after graduating from middle school.

Takashi Hashiguchi (橋口 たかし, Hashiguchi Takashi, born June 2, 1967 in Tokyo) is a Japanese manga artist. He is best known for his manga series Yakitate!!

Takashi Hashiguchi (橋口 たかし, Hashiguchi Takashi, born June 2, 1967 in Tokyo) is a Japanese manga artist. He is best known for his manga series Yakitate!! Japan, for which he won the Shogakukan Manga Award for shōnen in 2004. Hashiguchi won a newcomer's award in 1987 (published in a magazine), and Combat Teacher debuted the following year in the same magazine.

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Yakitate!! Japan is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Takashi Hashiguchi. It was serialized in Shogakukan's Weekly Shōnen Sunday from January 2002 to January 2007. The manga has spanned 26 tankōbon volumes

Yakitate!! Japan is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Takashi Hashiguchi. The manga has spanned 26 tankōbon volumes. An anime television series produced by Sunrise aired on TV Tokyo from October 2004 to March 2006, with a total of 69 episodes. Nozomi Entertainment licensed the anime series in 2014.

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Japan - ელწიგნი, რომლის ავტორ(ებ)ია: Takashi Hashiguchi. Hashiguchi says that for a time he tried his hand at being a comedian, but differences with his partner led him to return to manga

Japan - ელწიგნი, რომლის ავტორ(ებ)ია: Takashi Hashiguchi. აიკითხეთ წიგნი Google Play Books-ის აპის მეშვეობით თქვენს კომპიუტერსა და Android ან iOS მოწყობილობაზე. Hashiguchi says that for a time he tried his hand at being a comedian, but differences with his partner led him to return to manga. His major works include Street Fighter II Bakusho Yon-koma Gag Gaiden (Street Fighter II Hilarious 4-panel Gag Outside Story), Chosoku Spinner (High Speed Spinner), Windmill, Scissors, and Yakitate!!

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Yakitate Japan started running in Weekly Shonen Sunday in 2001. In 2004, it won the 49th Shogakukan Manga Award in the boys category. Takashi Hashiguchi also created the softball manga Windmill, which ran from 1998 to 2001 for 11 volumes. He was born in 1967 in Tokyo. In 1987 he won a newcomer prize in Kodansha Young Magazine and debuted in 1988 with the manga Combat Teacher.

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Yakitate JAPAN -IS A GENRE OF CULINARY AND COMEDY -IT'S WRITTEN BY Takashi Hashiguchi . The manga has spanned 26 tankōbon volumes, while the weekly serialization of the manga has ended as of January 10, 2007.

Yakitate JAPAN -IS A GENRE OF CULINARY AND COMEDY -IT'S WRITTEN BY Takashi Hashiguchi - PUBLISEHD BY SHOGAKUKAN. the english publisher of IT was viz media. The anime series, broadcast on TV Tokyo and other local stations from October 2004 to March 2006, spanned a total of 69 episodes. The series won the 2003 Shogakukan Manga Award for best shōnen manga

Talk about Yakitate!! Japan, Volume 1


Marr
The storyline was good, and I thought all the different bread-making techniques and recipes were interesting, but I thought the art was kind of abrupt. It wasn't that it was bad art, the art was decent, but it was rough. I guess it just wasn't my taste...after reading the first book I don't really feel eager to continue the series.
Wenes
Received book much faster than I expected, in great quality as advertised, and I love it.
Alsanadar
...entertaining!

Yakitate!! Japan tells the humorous story Kazuma Azuma and his quest to find (and bake) the ultimate bread of Japan, a bread all Japanese can love and enjoy and that the world will take notice of.

Volume one introduces that basic characters as well as giving Azuma his backstory (something very rare in modern storytelling, where backstories are often the stuff of glazed over flashbacks to keep the mystery). We meet Azuma as a bread-hating/rice-loving child whose sister forces him to discover the delciousness of well made bread. Thus begins his quest and the action proper...

Fast foward a few years and Azuma has been invited to tryout at Japan's foremost bakery, Pantasia. There he meets and competes with several members of his future bread making team... the ambitious Kawachi, the stern Kai Suwabara, and cute Tsukino.

While techniques are presented as hooks in this volume, actual bread recipes (unless I missed one) will have to wait until volume 2. Still, it's nice to know the author actually did some homework about baking before diving headfirst into the series.

The art is typcial shonen with recognizable archetypes in basic character design, with a few catchy stretches here and there (such as in the much be-Afro'd manager of the Southern Branch, Ken Matsushiro).

If you're looking for a fun little series with a theme, this is a good title to get. It's light and airy, with some great humor and a few subtle touches to keep the mature reader interested.
Nuadador
Kazuma Azuma (or Azuma Kazuma on the English cartoon) has a life dream to be a baker - but not just any baker. He dreams to be the one who makes a national bread for Japan. He wants Japan to have a staple bread that will be as well loved as rice. And many countries have their own signature breads (France, Germany, etc.) and he wants Japan to also have one.

So he does all these bread experiments and names them Ja-Pan (it's a play/pun on the word pan which is a Japanese word for bread). So with each Ja-Pan # experiment, he gets closer to creating that national bread.

I like the play on words and seeing all the interesting bread combinations that Azuma makes. What is REALLY funny is when someone tastes one of his breads. They're whisked off to other worlds in their minds, other places. It's funny to see their reactions. If you have a chance to watch the anime series, it's even funnier.

This first manga seems to cover quite a few of the anime episodes. The cartoons keep quite in line with the manga, but expand a bit on it - so when I read the manga I noticed really that nothing was missing that was in the anime episodes.

Quite enjoyable stuff, and I'd be interested in finding more anime/manga that run along these lines. There's no violence and no romance from what I've seen, just a really great story.
Nikok
Another entry in the “I must be the best at ___” manga genre combines cooking and competition in an unusual way in Yakitate!! Japan Volume 1. Kazuma is determined to become a world-class baker and create a national bread worthy of Japan, one that tastes better than rice. (It’s a pun, you see, since “pan” is Japanese for bread.)

Kazuma leaves his family and hometown to apprentice at a “super-famous” Tokyo bakery. It’s been an uphill battle for him. Grandpa was proud of their history as rice farmers and rice’s place in the Japanese diet. As a child, Kazuma hated bread, and it was only because of his sister’s desire to be modern that he even tried it. A kindly neighborhood baker instructed him that great bread came from ideas and love, firing his imagination.

As typical of these types of stories, it turns out that Kazuma has an unusual ability. His rare “magic hands” are naturally warm and thus aid in the yeast’s fermentation. He’s also been experimenting for years, trying different combinations of ingredients and techniques to create a ja-pan.

The comedy is over-the-top, supported by exaggerated caricatures. Grandpa at times looks like a demented coot with a dislocated jaw, and Sis drags Kazuma to the bakery by tying him up and dragging him via rope behind her bike. Every emotion leaps off the page with tears and speed lines and giant eyes. A successful tasting of a slice of bread is accompanied by sunbeams casting light on the previously ignorant.

After heading off the big city, Kazuma’s talent overcomes his initial disabilities of appearance, lack of formal knowledge, and clumsiness. He participates in a bake-off to earn his spot at the bakery, quickly making friends and enemies. As with Iron Wok Jan, the owner’s granddaughter works beside him, making decisions and helping him along.

There’s lots of information about different types of bread. Every time Kazuma is introduced to a new type (because he knows little about other country’s breads), it turns out to resemble one of his experiments. This quickly becomes amusing, that he has supposedly independently invented all of these types of baking. Co-worker Kawachi’s naked ambition is also funny, that he’s so obviously an Eddie Haskell.

With more than 20 volumes in the series, I suspect Kazuma has quite a long struggle in front of him before he learns to become a professional baker and perfects his bread. Whether or not you’ll enjoy his journey depends on how much you appreciate slapstick fish-out-of-water comedy leavened with bread-making lessons. For now, I’ll keep reading… but not when I’m hungry. (Review originally posted at ComicsWorthReading.com.)
Buridora
i don't know anything about baking, but regardless the fantasy take on it makes this book fit right at home alongside other "boy genius" manga like pokemon and hikaru no go. the boy genius here is typically happy-go-lucky and determined, but other than his puppy-dog-like enthusiasm there's not a whole lot of characterization. but this is just the first volume so he certainly has time to grow. there are some nice twists with the baking audition and although the setup is a little generic and the lead-in to volume 2 didn't really grab me, i definitely enjoyed volume 1 enough to check out the next one.