Manga can make everything look cool for example cooking manga make cooking look insanely dramatic, awesome and also makes you kind a hungry.
So, today we are going to explore best of best cooking manga titles. There are obvious titles like Shokugeki no Soma, but what are some other great manga about cooking?
I included new cooking manga and also some older cooking manga like cooking papa in this list to cover every awesome cooking manga possible.
29 Best Cooking Manga of All Times
Lets begin the list of these awesome cooking manga of all times.
29. Muteki Kanban Musume
This cooking Manga is about Miki Onimaru who is a poster girl that works at her mother’s Chinese ramen restaurant.
She appears to be a normal girl, but she can become very violent if provoked.
She picks a fight with her mother and accquaintances as a result on an almost daily basis, causing a series of troubling mishaps in their otherwise normal lives.
28. Kuu Neru Futari Sumu Futari
This cooking Manga is about Non-chan and Ritsuko, lovers for many years, facing problems that can not be avoided like “night life,” “meal” and “children.”
Love story drawn from the perspective of two.
27. Oogui Koushien
Hungry for success! An appetite for glory!
Momotaro High longs to triumph in the Chow Down Championships, but always end up bottom of the bowl.
The arrival of a new coach, Kutaro Moriyama, could be just the boost they need.
But does he have what it takes to lead them to victory? Or will his past come back to haunt him?
26. Kuimonodokoro Akira
This cooking Manga starts in Tomoko Yamashita’s Dining Bar Akira, romantic passions battle with cool logic behind kitchen doors. There’s always drama when you’re trying to run a busy bar and restaurant.
Akira Koji, the manager, is stuck in the middle of it all, trying to keep his cool. Then he gets a late night confession from one of his employees. Not only that, it’s a very attractive male employee a full six years younger than him, 26-year-old Torihara.
Akira has never considered a homosexual relationship before, but things start to change when he can’t get the young man out of his head. Will the two of them be able to remain professional when things start to get serious?
25. Tsukiji Uogashi Sandaime
This cooking Manga is about Shuntaro Akagi who works as an elite businessman at a general trading company. Quite by chance, he ends up helping out at the fish-trader shop, “Uotatsu” which is located in the Tsukiji Fish Market and is owned by his girlfriend’s family.
In this place where long-standing traditions have developed amidst idiosyncratic rules, Shuntaro has to struggle earnestly to get through the days. However, encountering various Tsukiji people and working with them, Shuntaro becomes aware of something he had forgotten at some point in his life.
In Tsukiji, he encounters a forthrightness in human relations that is neither trendy nor sophisticated, but a mutual co-operation and warmth that links their hearts.
24. Tenshi no Frypan
Japanese cooking manga series written and illustrated by Etsushi Ogawa.
It was serialized in Kodansha’s Comic Bom Bom, which was aimed at elementary-aged boys.
Tenshi no Frypan received the 2007 Kodansha Manga Award for the kodomo category.
23. Hana no Zubora-Meshi
This cooking manga features the daily life of a young woman named Hana, who lives alone while her husband is away long-term for work.
She’s a little chubby, and she often cooks sloppy, but delicious, meals to eat in her sloppy, solitary home!
22. Shota no Sushi
A comedy cooking manga about the young and talented Shota who set a goal of becoming the no. 1 sushi chef in Japan to save his father’s sushi shop.
To learn the art of making sushi, he became an apprentice at the famous Otori Sushi. Each episode sees him picking up a new skill, and going a step towards his goal.
However, many obstacles stood in his way, including a harsh and cold senior who was jealous of his talent.
21. The Chef
This cooking Manga is about Ajizawa who is a renowned master chef, but he doesn’t have a restaurant.
He is a “fixer,” a man who travels from place to place fixing menus and restaurants much like Gordon Ramsey, and he charges a fortune to do it.
If your menu must be perfect to impress a foreign client, a head of state, or just a neighbor, Ajizawa is the man to do it.
But why does he do it? Is it only the money, or is his mission much deeper…
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