Teenager Soma Yukihira aspires to become a full-time chef at his father Joichiro's family restaurant, Yukihira Restaurant, and surpass his father's culinary skills, but Joichiro gets a new job that forces him to travel the world and close his shop. Joichiro has to enroll Soma in the Totsuki Saryo Culinary Institute, an elite culinary school where students participate in food competitions called shokugeki. He secures a place at the school, despite the objections of Erina Nakiri, the talented granddaughter of the school's dean. Soma is assigned to the Polaris Dormitory, where he meets other aspiring chefs, such as Megumi Tadokoro.
The story follows her adventures as she interacts with her classmates and challenges Totsuki's students and others in shokugeki competitions. Upon learning that his father was not only a student of Totsuki, but also the second place on the Council of Ten, Soma plans to become the best in the academy. The obsessive relationship between Japanese anime and food is nowhere more evident than in the sub-genre of food-themed anime programmes. These shows often combine a number of other anime tropes, such as attendance at an elite (culinary) high school, dreams of running a restaurant or bakery, epic fights and, of course, an abundance of mouth-watering food.
Anime is known for many things. There are quite a few food-centric cooking anime that are quite fun to watch. Although food anime shows a different appreciation of food, it is still a really entertaining genre of anime to watch. A good chef never tires of the art of cooking.
Liu learns that he needs to expand his skills. If you're the type who prefers 3 girls to develop healthy and meaningful friendships over good food, this is the anime for you. However, the connection only reaches the characters, as the anime series is more of an alternative side story. The animation of the food and the characters' expressions make it hard to watch on an empty stomach.
There's not much more to say about this anime, except that it has food value and that's why it made this list. The anime follows her through cooking school, as she learns (and teaches the audience) how to bake delicious cakes. From expertly crafted dishes to professional culinary skills, Mister Ajikko is one of the most classic cooking anime series in the industry, perfect for fans of culinary competitions. Also called "Ramen Daisuki Koizumi-san , this anime follows the life of a beautiful ramen-loving high school girl named Koizumi.
It's creative, different, and definitely a must-watch anime for good food-related shounen fun. Although the setting may initially appear tranquil in the "Kekkai Sensen anime, the narrative features plot twists that "twist" like daggers in the dark. It is not uncommon to find ice cream ridges, volcanoes containing hot macaroni and four-leaf clover burgers existing naturally in the world of "anime Toriko". Together with their "techno-dumb" supervisor, they are thrown into a survival scenario they never saw coming in this strangely interesting anime.
The series employs chef Yuki Morisaki to help develop the recipes and culinary techniques for all the foods featured in the series. At a time when Pokémon's influence permeated everything, Fighting Foodons is about food monsters fighting a culinary battle against an evil Glutton Empire. The sincerity with which Hajime Aoyama crafts and delivers each coffee makes the anime "Coffee Ikaga Deshou" a definite must-have on this list. Reaching its fourth season, Shokugeki no Soma continues to rank high as the best cooking anime you'll want to watch.
While the animation and battles are of good quality, they are often mediocre and not suitable for a cooking anime.