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Both manga showcase the kinds of foods that Japanese military personnel ate to survive during wartime. Meshiage!! tells an overarching story about a squadron of soldiers fighting during the Russo-Japanese war, while Sensou Meshi is a series of vignettes taking place during World War II.
The story centers around Hyouma Utsugi, a son of a shogunate vassal family who received French-style military training to become an officer. In the middle of 1868's pivotal Battle of Toba-Fushimi, he encounters Shinpachirou Murata, a warrior in the opposing Satsuma faction who Hyouma once knew from his time studying abroad.
Nowadays, the cup noodle is a household name and favourite snack for many people across the world – but it wasn’t always that way. In 1970 the director of the Nissin food company, Momofuku Andou, had a vision: to create an instant ramen in its own container that could be cooked and eaten on the go. In order to make his dream a reality, Andou gathers his best team of researchers to create the next big product. From container design to finding the best ingredients for their freeze-dried toppings, no stage of the process is simple and requires endless weeks of development. However, despite all their struggles, none of these men will give up on this goal of making history in the world of instant food.
Johnathan Perkins, son of Vietnam War hero "Perky" Perkins, is an U.S. exchange officer serving in British Special Air Service (SAS). He and Sergei, a Russian Spetsnaz exchange officer, participate covert SAS actions behind enemy lines alongside British soldiers in Operation Desert Storm.