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Yakitate!! Japan, Volume 26 [PDF / Epub] ★ Yakitate!! Japan, Volume 26 ✪ Takashi Hashiguchi – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Are you ready for the Iron Chef of bread Manga shall not live by bread aloneReads R to L Japanese Style T audienceEngland France Germany What common thread binds these three nations together Answer ea Are you ready for the Iron Chef of bread Manga shall not live by bread aloneReads R to L Japanese Style T audienceEngland France Germany What common thread binds these three nations together Answer each is famous for producing unique, distinctive, delicious bread But what about Japan, home to rice and delicacies of the Yakitate!! Japan, ePUB í sea Is there not a doughy, gastronomic delight they can claim as their own The answer is nountil now Kazuma Azuma, ayear old boy blessed with otherworldly baking powers, has taken it upon himself to create Ja pan, the national bread of the land of the rising sun Final Volume.

    Download Book Best Sellers in PDF format the Yakitate!! Japan, ePUB í sea Is there not a doughy, gastronomic delight they can claim as their own The answer is nountil now Kazuma Azuma, ayear old boy blessed with otherworldly baking powers, has taken it upon himself to create Ja pan, the national bread of the land of the rising sun Final Volume."/>
  • Paperback
  • 200 pages
  • Yakitate!! Japan, Volume 26
  • Takashi Hashiguchi
  • English
  • 13 November 2018
  • 1421529084

About the Author: Takashi Hashiguchi

Takashi Hashiguchi is a Japanese manga artist He is best known for his manga series Yakitate Japan, for which he won the Shogakukan Manga Award for sh nen in Hashiguchi won a newcomer s award in published in a magazine , and Combat Teacher debuted the following year in the same magazineA Yakitate!! Japan, ePUB í prevailing theme seen throughout his manga is the realization of childhood dreams, such as making bread in Yakitate Japan or becoming a yo yo master in Super Yo Yo Chousoku Spinner Hashiguchi mainly focuses on unusual occupations or sportsHe enjoys comedy as well, and took a brief interlude from drawing to try his luck as a comedianSource Wikipedia.



10 thoughts on “Yakitate!! Japan, Volume 26

  1. Earl Earl says:

    Reviewing the whole manga series hereMy love and fascination for manga started with the anime adaptations, and with that, I decided to read the rest of Yakitate Japan the manga, as the anime kind of left everything hanging With the plot alone, I enjoyed it It is true that in the last few volumes, things were a bit corny and out of this world because of that Hu Pan invasion and the Maldives fiasco however, it was able to still carry its humor around And looking back, I think the real series Reviewing the whole manga series hereMy love and fascination for manga started with the anime adaptations, and with that, I decided to read the rest of Yakitate Japan the manga, as the anime kind of left everything hanging With the plot alone, I enjoyed it It is true that in the last few volumes, things were a bit corny and out of this world because of that Hu Pan invasion and the Maldives fiasco however, it was able to still carry its humor around And looking back, I think the real series actually ended with the last Yakitate 25 Match, and everything else was an epilogue, save for the mission of saving Kirisaki Yuuichi Oh, and if you happen to take a real interest in this manga, please check out ALL the omake that come with the end of every volume

  2. Andrea Andrea says:

    Read May 27, 2016Why didn t this manga end after the final battle with Hu Pan I m still disturbed by its weirdness The Maldives and global warming mini arc was totally unnecessary It was obviously there to just get enough chapters to justify publishing a volume If it wasn t for that strange tangent, I d say that the author managed to bounce back to Yakitate s former glory It was nice to see Pierrot and Suwabara make appearances in the end This was a fun, silly series, and I finally finish Read May 27, 2016Why didn t this manga end after the final battle with Hu Pan I m still disturbed by its weirdness The Maldives and global warming mini arc was totally unnecessary It was obviously there to just get enough chapters to justify publishing a volume If it wasn t for that strange tangent, I d say that the author managed to bounce back to Yakitate s former glory It was nice to see Pierrot and Suwabara make appearances in the end This was a fun, silly series, and I finally finished reading it almost 10 years later

  3. William William says:

    Final wrap up to the series, with all the usual silliness I probably would have bumped the score were it not for the global warming propaganda there at the end.

  4. Evyta Ar Evyta Ar says:

    akhirnya selesai juga seruuuu, lucuuuu, bikin ketawa Dtapi mulai dari volume 22 sampe 26, ceritanya udah makin ga masuk akal aja fantasinya terlalu jomplang kalo dibandingin sama volume2 sebelumnya masa manusia bisa jadi roti, trus masa gara2 roti bisa nyelamatin dunia kwkwkwkw reaksi makan rotinya aneh betul, perubahannya terasa sekali jomplang, terlalu ekstrem di volume2 akhir tapi yah selain itu secara keseluruhan bukunya memang bagus.kekurangannya cuma satu lagi, saya ga suka karakter akhirnya selesai juga seruuuu, lucuuuu, bikin ketawa Dtapi mulai dari volume 22 sampe 26, ceritanya udah makin ga masuk akal aja fantasinya terlalu jomplang kalo dibandingin sama volume2 sebelumnya masa manusia bisa jadi roti, trus masa gara2 roti bisa nyelamatin dunia kwkwkwkw reaksi makan rotinya aneh betul, perubahannya terasa sekali jomplang, terlalu ekstrem di volume2 akhir tapi yah selain itu secara keseluruhan bukunya memang bagus.kekurangannya cuma satu lagi, saya ga suka karakter komiknya diselipin sama cerita2 tambahan yang pake baju seksi atau kadang2 diselipin juga tokoh2 perempuannya sesekali pake baju renang, aduhbikin sakit mata rencananya nanti yang kayak gitu mau disensor tempel tapi dibuat yang rapi biar ga keliatan ditempel D kapan2 coba bikin roti pake rice cooker kayak di komik ini ah hihireview lengkap nyusul

  5. Gabriel Fequiere Gabriel Fequiere says:

    Overall the series was exactly what I expected to be It was funny, over the top, self referential and just plain goofy As someone who discovered this title from the anime I like how the final arc concluded on paper The problem I have is that it ends in the first third of the book and they have this one last story in the final 2 3 that is less jumping the shark andjumping the whale it was totally unnecessary and frankly, felt horned in sideways This was never about having a message Overall the series was exactly what I expected to be It was funny, over the top, self referential and just plain goofy As someone who discovered this title from the anime I like how the final arc concluded on paper The problem I have is that it ends in the first third of the book and they have this one last story in the final 2 3 that is less jumping the shark andjumping the whale it was totally unnecessary and frankly, felt horned in sideways This was never about having a message and to try and squeeze one in at the end was deluded at best

  6. Indah Threez Lestari Indah Threez Lestari says:

    Pertama baca volume satu seri ini, ceritanya masih masuk akal deh Lama lama tambah ngaco karena reaksi setelah makan roti sudah tak bisa ditampung logika Setelah makan Japan Toast nya Azuma, Kawachi jadi Chopin Hoost tampang Chopin bodi Ernesto Hoost, juara dunia kickboxer, lantas mengalahkan raja iblis yang lahir dari perasaan negatif Kirisaki Endingnya Super parah XD Pertama baca volume satu seri ini, ceritanya masih masuk akal deh Lama lama tambah ngaco karena reaksi setelah makan roti sudah tak bisa ditampung logika Setelah makan Japan Toast nya Azuma, Kawachi jadi Chopin Hoost tampang Chopin bodi Ernesto Hoost, juara dunia kickboxer, lantas mengalahkan raja iblis yang lahir dari perasaan negatif Kirisaki Endingnya Super parah XD

  7. Laurianne Uy Laurianne Uy says:

    Passable way to end the series Still enjoyed reading most of it

  8. Megga Nurma W Megga Nurma W says:

    euh , makin lebay..

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