Campfire Cooking in Another World with My Absurd Skill

Alt title: Tondemo Skill de Isekai Hourou Meshi

Vol: 9+; Ch: 57+
2017 - ?
4.106 out of 5 from 1,963 votes
Rank #1,761
Campfire Cooking in Another World with My Absurd Skill

Mukouda Tsuyoshi was nothing special in modern Japan, so when he was summoned to a world of swordplay and sorcery, he thought he was ready for the adventure of a lifetime. Too bad the kingdom that summoned him only got him by mistake! Not only was he not one of the three summoned heroes, but his stats were laughable compared to theirs. On top of that, there's something really sketchy about this kingdom... "Ah, these people are the kind to try and use the Hero," he realized, and immediately left to make his own way in this other world. The only thing Mukouda can rely on is his unique skill: the "Online Supermarket," a skill that allows him to buy modern goods in a fantasy world. It's useless for combat, but if he plays his cards right, he could lead a comfortable life, maybe? At least, that's what Mukouda thinks, but it turns out modern food bought with this skill has some absurd effects!

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I read lots of manga, especially isekai, and I found this manga extremely refreshing and enjoyable! To start off this is not your typical op main character trash plot fan service isekai, honestly it's more a slice of life than an adventure manga. The plot progresses at a medium slow pace and is very easy to read. The plot itself isn't much but for what this manga is an insane overarching plot isn't really required. You just watch the characters see the world and eat good food. Speaking of food, this is definitely a cooking manga. Every chapter you get a new recipe for the mc and his familiars to eat using whatever interesting ingredient they obtained that day.  Also I love all the characters. Our main character is a wimp but has an impressive skill for cooking and is very kind, but may be stern with his familiars when need be. He is a good guy and just wants to eat food and see the world, he isn't annoying and isn't motivated by something stupid like fanservice or money. I am a big fan of him honestly, though I wish he was a little more useful in combat. Fel (the big wolf guy) is also a great character. As an ancient legendary beast he is definitely the op one in the party, he never has difficulty in a fight and he appreciates good food. That's actually why he became the main character's familiar in the first place, fel is in it for the food. However, as the story progresses the gain a fort of brotherly dynamic with the main character and has certainly mellowed out in cockiness since the beginning and he has grown as a character over the course of the manga. You will meet other characters later on who become the main character's familiars as well. Originally motivated by food they become part of the little found family and help out with kitchen work and battling. The slime, sui, is adorable and is like a little kid (not the annoying kind), however skilled.  last thing I want to go on about is the art. Ohh the art impressed me a lot. There were times I wanted to take screenshots of the panels just to save for reference/inspiration. It's very light, grey being used sparingly for shadows and darker colors. I especially love how fel is drawn, he looks very soft, the art style is more stylized than many manga I've read, not your typical how-to-draw anime boys kinda art style. over all I really enjoyed this manga. I would recommend it to anyone who wants a funny and chill slice of life isekai without all the fanservice. The characters are charming and the art is impressive. I found it easy to just sit down and read it all in a day. 10/10 over all. Definitely worth a read :D

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