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Sixteen-year-old Miko Ousawa has just moved to Tokyo to fulfill her dream: to work at the famous bakery Saint Molly! She's quickly taken onboard by the bakery's assistant manager - a boy her age - and is pulled headfirst into the challenging and demanding world of artisans. From running the cash register, to helping knead bread, to giving suggestions on how to improve the store, Miko is in love with her new craft. However, soon, Miko finds herself falling for her employer, especially since the two live in the same apartment complex!
These two manga are pretty much identical. There are a couple of very minor differences but essentially Kimi to Koi no Ochiru Mahou de ishort ingle volume version of Happy Cafe. Since the story is a good one, I would still recommend you read them both. If you liked one, there's no way you'll dislike the other.
theyre both super cute, very similar female leads, happy but not annoying girls. and the guys in both are kind of tsundere's. if you liked one, and your looking for something similar, I definitely recomend the other ^_^
Fifteen-year-old Nanaka Kinoshita has arrived for her first day of high school, alongside her childhood friend Meiko. While Meiko is a typical girl, Nanaka is in love with painting and finds it's easiest to express herself with art, rather than with words. As she walks onto campus with her sketchbook, she spots a handsome boy with his own sketchbook in hand; his name is Chihaya, and he's one of two members of the school's art club. Nanaka wants to know as much as she can about Chihaya, and together the two girls join the art club. And soon, Nanaka discovers that she and Chihaya have more in common than she realized...
Love soon develops between two people of with the same interests. They find themselves realizing how similar they are. They both love their art/craft and both think and in the same way. In both manga, the pair are surrounded with friends. Also in both manga, they have a friend who would help them realize their love.
When Najika was a little girl, her parents died, and she nearly did as well until a boy saved her and gave her a flan so that she'd stop crying. Since then Najika has wanted to once more meet her ‘Flan Prince,' though all she has to go on is the silver spoon he left behind. Now a young lady, Najika is on her way to Tokyo to study at Seika Academy, the origin of the spoon and a prestigious cooking school. While there she'll hone her culinary skills, help transform a school eatery into something special and make new friends such as the brothers Daichi and Sora - but will she ever find her prince?
Kitchen Princess and Kimi to Koi ni Ochiru Mahou de have a love for food in them that the characers share while building up their relationship. These series also show the importance of food to the people around them and how happy it makes them feel.
Hanayu Ashitaba is the successor to a patisserie, but she wants nothing more than to become a sushi chef; Hanato Hyuga is the successor to a sushi shop, but he wants nothing more than to be a patissier. The two attend Oikawa High School where they're training to be chefs, and soon discover their mutual interest in marrying into each other's families just for the job opportunities! Given doing so won't accomplish either of their goals, Hanayu and Hanato resign to staying friends, and work their way towards becoming master chefs. Will the two ever manage to realize their dreams?
Kimi to Koi and Mixed Vegetables are two shoujo/romance titles that focus heavily on the act of making food. In addition, they both have a comedy streak and a similar tone. If you liked one, try out the other!