Free Download [Manga Book] ↠ Mixed Vegetables, Vol. 1 - by Ayumi Komura (小村あゆみ) ↠

By Ayumi Komura (小村あゆみ) | Comments: ( 317 ) | Date: ( May 29, 2020 )

Hanayu Ashitaba is the daughter of the celebrated Patisserie Ashitaba, but all she wants to do is be a sushi chef Hayato Hyuga is the son of the prestigious Sushi Hyuga, and all he wants to do is be a pastry chef It s love and leftovers in the Oikawa High School Cooking Deparment as the star crossed gourmands do their best to reach their cuisine dreams.Hanayu knows thatHanayu Ashitaba is the daughter of the celebrated Patisserie Ashitaba, but all she wants to do is be a sushi chef Hayato Hyuga is the son of the prestigious Sushi Hyuga, and all he wants to do is be a pastry chef It s love and leftovers in the Oikawa High School Cooking Deparment as the star crossed gourmands do their best to reach their cuisine dreams.Hanayu knows that it will break her parents hearts if she defects from the bakery to become a sushi chef But if she marries into a sushi family, they ll have to understand her decision Now she just has to get Hayato Hyuga interested in her, and what better way than to wow him with her cooking skills

  • Title: Mixed Vegetables, Vol. 1
  • Author: Ayumi Komura (小村あゆみ)
  • ISBN: 9781421519678
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Ayumi Komura (小村あゆみ)

Pen Name Real Name Zodiac CapricornBlood Type ABHer works are primarily serialized in Margaret magazine, with series published in collected volumes by Shueisha under their Margaret Comics imprint She intends to contribute to a charity book, along with other authors primarily published in Margaret, to raise funds for the 2011 Japanese earthquake.Her favorite number is 22, and her hobbies include watching baseball Obsessed with green tea.

Comments Mixed Vegetables, Vol. 1

  • Mimi

    It's fairly silly, but oh so funny. If it continues in this fashion, I'll have a new favourite manga to add to my list

  • Sesana

    Hanayu was born to the daughter of a pastry chef, but all she really wants is to be a sushi chef. Her parents would never understand, so she makes it her life's ambition to marry the son of a sushi chef. Enter Hayato Hyuga, the son of a sushi chef who seems to be interested in her. So there's the manufactured drama. The first volume is divided more or less evenly between the romantic conflict and covering the culinary school they both attend. The culinary parts are by far the most interesting. I [...]

  • ☺Trish

    A fun and funny manga set in a culinary academy. Hanaya wants to be a sushi chef but will be expected to be a baker like her parents, Hayato' s family owns and runs a sushi restaurant but all he wants to be is a baker. Can these two "trick" each other into becoming romantically involved as a means to the end they both desire in life . . . or will their "pretend" feelings become reality?

  • Reader17 Der

    Enjoyed reading this volume. Hanaya growing up came in counter with fish and ever since then she wants to be a Sushi Chef (for some reason she thinks she has to marry someone that is in the business for her to become a sushi chef). Enter Hayato the son of a Sushi restaurant but Hayato really wants to be a Pastry chef. These two where fun to read and the things that happened while they where cooking made me laugh. Especially when Hanaya was learning to chop things other then fish.

  • Starbubbles

    I was surprised by how much I liked it. It took a while for me to get into reading this, but it was cute. I'm hoping volume 2 will also be at the library.

  • Kayla

    I don't really want to add all the other volumes. Basically this was a really cool manga. This girl, Ashitaba Hanayu, starts dating a guy, Hyuuga Hayato, because he is the son of a sushi shop owner. Its supposed to be that he will inherit the shop when his father retires but if she marries into his family she can become the main chef and a rare female sushi chef. Since Hanayu is the daughter of a pastry chef she soon realizes that Hayato had the same idea. He wants to marry into her family and b [...]

  • Carol Yu

    This book is soo funny, i love the dramas that they are having, there is already so much and it's only the 1st book. This genre is like about a normal life in school, highschool in like japan. I love reading these kind of series, because they calm me down from all the hard times, and stress i am dealing with right now. Reading this kind of book really relaxes me.Well the theme to this book right now is about trying to complete your dreams, and so what ever it takes the girl is trying to complete [...]

  • Marina

    So I finally got my hands on this manga. I had it recommended to me this year and it sounded interesting. Well I really liked it. It's funny and has good characterization with wonderful illustrations. The author artist is really talented. The story is about a girl Hanayu who is the daughter of a pastry chef and a boy Hayato who is the son of a sushi chef. Hanayu wants to be a sushi chef but has not told her family. Hayato wants to be a pastry chef and also has not told his family. Both of them g [...]

  • kim song ng

    So disappointed :( Was craving another food manga after I read Food Wars, but this just did not satisfy my liking. I'm sad now cause I bought the first 3 and will eventually have to pick up the 2nd and 3rd one.

  • Megan


  • Sierrah

    I liked it. Hayato and Hanayu make a good couple. A boy who's from a sushi family who makes delicious desserts and a girl who's in a pastry family who know's how to slice a fish.

  • Marianna

    Rating: 2.5 Stars out of 5

  • Dylan

    I like the romance and the food. It makes my heart throb and my mouth water!

  • Kristy Buzbee

    I need moar and NOW

  • Ruman

    3.5 stars!

  • Janine Chalmers

    I love this series so far and can't wait to read the next installment. You've read the overview, the catch, and already know what it is roughly about. I'm here to tell you that the main character is endearing, not overbearing, and her love interest is the sweetest guy you'll ever meet. Just watching these two interact is a joy.Give this series a try. I don't know how it ends, but I like how it begins.

  • Ericka

    I had a random fond recollection of reading this in high school. I decided to request the first few volumes through my inner-library exchange system since mine doesn't have this series. So glad I did! This series is a crazy throwback. Not the best plot or solid characters, but I really do miss these sweet shojo series. I'm looking forward to actually finishing the series this time! lol

  • Galion Public Library Teens

    A.J. thought it was "really good" and recommends it to "anyone."

  • Sammie

    Kinda dumb honestly. Not really interested in reading further.

  • Teetee

    Had the potential to be good but was just bland and boring.

  • Gina

    Manga is always my go to when I'm too tired to actually focus before bed, which has been the norm lately. This series is already great, love all the foodie mentions!

  • Katie

    see full review @ Katie's CornerAre you ready for today’s review? Di you by any chance note something? If yes, then that’s great, f not well, this is the second time I’m featuring Ayumi Komura’s work on my blog. The first one was her longest serialization – Liar Lily. I loved the story a lot; so don’t be fooled by my rating. I was debating whether to give it 3.5 or 4 leaves, but, in the end, gave it 3.5 because when I looked back at what I read I didn’t really like the ending and I [...]

  • Hebah

    Cute, if not entirely my jam. I think the foodie angle would appeal to other readers, though.

  • Shazza Maddog

    Hanayu Ashitaba has one dream - she wants to be a sushi chef. The problem is, her family runs a highly renowned bakery - and someone has to follow in her parents' footsteps. Hayato Hyuga is the only son of a family of sushi chefs - and his dream is to be a baker. The thing is, neither of them knows the other's dream.Hanayu decides that the best way to achieve her dream is to marry into Hayato's family. To do this, she sets out on a course to make him fall in love with her, with a little help (an [...]

  • Kate

    Mixed Vegetables is an 8 volume manga series about food. More specifically, it's a story about a teenage girl who wants to become a sushi chef and a teenage boy who wants to become a pastry chef. The girl's family runs a pastry shop. The boy's family runs a sushi shop. Predictable? A little bit, although there are some interesting dynamics and plot developments. I enjoyed the story and the focus on pursuing one's dreams.The problems I had with the series consisted of primarily two issues. The fi [...]

  • Rebecca

    I'm trying to read some manga to get an appreciation for the genre. I know that the target audience for this particular series is probably middle school (I check this out from my daughter's school). Even so, I didn't quite get it. The romantic interest didn't make sense, the characters priorities didn't make sense, etc. Maybe it's a cultural thing, but I didn't think it worked well. Plus, all of the asides between chapters were confusing. I liked the art work.

  • Anne Freya

    Ini karya kedua dari Komura-sensei yg kubaca setelah Usotsuki Lily. :) Aku suka dengan Usotsuki Lily yg unik ceritanya (tentang cewek yg jadian dgn bishounen yg hobinya crossdressing), dan sudah lama ingin baca Mixed Vegetables juga sebelum Usotsuki Lily tamat (sekarang sih Usotsuki Lily sudah tamat). Jadi krn lagi pgn baca yg light and mild setelah Eden no Hana dan Sakura Gari yg menguras air mata itu, maka aku baca komik yg ini aja deh, biarpun sebenarnya masih banyak pilihan lain yg lagi antr [...]

  • Linda T

    Mixed Vegetables is about a 15 year old girl name Hanayu Ashitaba who is training to become a chief. Her parents who owns a pastry shop expects her to take over the shop one day, but her actually dream is to become a sushi chief. The same goes for Hayato Hyuga, whose parents owns a sushi shop so one day Hayato could take over, but he only wants to be a pastry chief. They both go to the same high school and know that they would break their parents' hearts if they become what they wanted.In my opi [...]

  • Sara Bennett

    I've been trying out manga here and there and this one looked interesting enough.Hanayu Ashitaba is the daughter of parents who cook pastries and own a shop that sells them. But ever since one fateful trip to get sushi all Hanayu has wanted to do is be a sushi chef! So at her school (mainly for cooking, in their section at least) she hatches a plan to marry Hayato Hyugae he is the son of sushi chefs. What's more all he wants to be is a pastry chef! That is the basic story line and it starts off [...]

  • Dani - Perspective of a Writer

    I really disliked Hanayu for most of the volume - at least the first 4 chapters, called here menus. The concept is a little cheesy but so are a lot of my favorite manga. She's so shallow and her friend so personality less that I just struggled to see a reason to finish. I did finish though and I hate her a lot less.When we finally got to see a little of Hayato's personality I liked him a lot more than the girl. He's striking and seems to be prone to dramatics but in a good way and not an exagger [...]

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