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Hanasaki Akira 花咲アキラ

[born: 3 Jan, Toyama-prefecture; bloodtype: ?]



Oishinbo [The Gourmet]
美味しんぼ
written by Kariya Tetsu 雁屋哲
serialized on Big Comic,
86 volumes @ Y500
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A "cooking" manga, very popular in Japan. Reporter Yamaoka and his coworker Kurita in the food-business. Yamaoka is quite a character: wild, arrogant sometimes, but very gifted in the field of haute-cuisine. Between Kurita, a female reporter and Yamaoka is certainly a degree of attraction, but it goes no further than that (almost the same relationship as Mulder and Scully in the X-files sometimes). A great deal of tension comes from the bad relation between Yamaoka and his father.

The writer of this series is a well known journalist who has examined the eating habits of the Japanese. To give you an idea of the popularity of this series in Japan: each volume has a run of around 1.2 million copies.

APG:(TV)(136)881017-920317(Shin'ei Doga)


Oishinbo Tsuukaryourihen [The Gourmet - Chinese Cooking volume]
美味しんぼ 中華料理編
1 volume @ Y381
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