is food wars a good anime?

The series entertains not only with its storytelling, but also with its amazing characters. The series has beautiful animation and a beautiful soundtrack. The fanservice isn't too bad after a few episodes and, although it's an over-the-top series, it's so in a comedy style (rather than a super crazy dramatic plot style). I'm not a shounen person either but I was hooked.

However, at night they participate in gambling classes. The boys and girls learn how to manipulate people and come out on top in every case, because, according to the director, it prepares teenagers for the real world. Transfer student Yumeko Jabami is obsessed with gambling, and seems to be only interested in the thrill and doesn't care about winning. Kakegurui is a perfect fit for Food Wars fans who enjoyed the characters and setting of the anime.

This appetizing shounen anime is a great fit for fans who enjoyed the cooking in Food Wars. The series follows Mao, whose mother, a restaurant owner, has passed away. Mao wants to become a master chef so he can take over and run the restaurant. To become a better chef, he travels around China and learns new techniques, recipes and meets like-minded people.

Yumeiro Patissiere is a lot like Food Wars, although it is less intense and has more sympathetic characters. Fans whose favourite character was Megumi in Food Wars will probably enjoy Yumeiro Patissiere. This anime may seem like a completely different series from Food Wars. However, Ristorante Paradiso also has some really appetizing dishes and great character development, just like Food Wars.

Most Food Wars viewers who loved the series for its endearing characters will be happy to watch Gourmet Girl Graffiti because it is very entertaining and the characters are easy to get attached to. Ben-to is a very unique series, mainly because of its premise. Not many shows revolve around supermarkets and late night sales. Fans of Food Wars will love this series because it is full of passion, rivalry and food.

I can throw some basic adjectives at it, telling you that the apple I just ate was crisp and juicy, or that the ramen I ordered for dinner last night was rich and the mushrooms in it tasted earthy, but most of the time I stick with the obvious descriptors as opposed to the specific things the food made me feel. He also has a tendency to challenge his companions to battles of food wars to see who can create the most delicious dish. Food anime fans are going to enjoy this comedy-mystery because it's full of interesting characters. However, everything changes when his cousin moves in and teaches Ryou that food tastes better when shared with others.

Fans are still waiting for a spin-off, but, until then, there are a number of food anime series and other shows set in schools that are similar to this fan favourite. Yuki Morisaki, a celebrity chef and model, is a consultant for the series and provides much of the food dishes shown throughout the series from episode 5 onwards.

Priscilla Dielman
Priscilla Dielman

General food nerd. Lifelong problem solver. Hardcore tv junkie. Passionate zombie fanatic. Passionate foodaholic.