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One fateful day, a girl time slipped into the Sengoku Era. It was an abrupt enough event to be dubbed god’s whim, done to sate hellish boredom. The girl has no power to change the world. She was a very ordinary, common, and plain girl that can be found anywhere. And that girl can do no more than a single thing. Survive the Sengoku Era ——– that’s all.
Both get flung into the sengoku period with oda nobunaga, where they come to serve under him.
Even though the nobunaga no chef talk about more food it have lots of similarities with S.komachi, they bring modern ideas, cook western food, talk with historical people from the same period etc; If you liked S.komachi you will most likely love nobunaga no chef.
Both feature someone from the future who's knowledge is used by Oda Nobunaga. They both are placed in positions of power that allow them to continue to further develop ancient Japan
Soma Yukihira's old man runs a small family restaurant in the less savory end of town. Aiming to one day surpass his father's culinary prowess, Soma hones his skills day in and day out until one day, out of the blue, his father decides to enroll Soma in a classy culinary school! Can Soma really cut it in a school that prides itself on a 10 percent graduation rate? And can he convince the beautiful, domineering heiress of the school that he belongs there at all?!
Both celebrate the delight and passion of cuisine and the artistry produced in the love of great food. Both Souma and Ken are great chefs capable of producing wonderous dishes from even the most simplistic of ingredients, to the amazement of their patrons.
The only difference is the time periods, with the focus of "Nobunaga" being more on the politics of the Eiroku-Genki eras of Japan.
Souma's visual style is very different to Nobunaga's, but they both share prominent evidence of their authors' passion and knowledge for food, making them both entertaining and informative.
History classes have never interested Saburo. He never saw the point of learning something that happened in the past, let alone a few hundred years ago. But when he falls off a wall, he travels through a wormhole and ends up in 16th century ancient Japan. He meets a very young Oda Nobunaga, one of the most influential figures in Japanese history, who turns out to be identical in appearance as Saburo. The real Nobunaga, sick of the castle life and wanting to travel, orders Saburo to take his place. Without knowing how to get back to his time, Saburo tries to make sure history isn’t rewritten for the infamous Oda Nobunaga.
The life of daimyo Uesugi Kenshin commanded authority and fear during the Sengoku period of Japanese history. In this retelling, the powerful lord is reimagined as a woman.
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Hattori Hanzo, the fabled master ninja whose duty it was to protect Tokugawa Ieyasu. Ieyasu was the shogun who would unite Japan into one great nation. But before he could do that, he had to grow up and learn how to love the ladies! As the secret caretaker of such an influential future leader, not only does Hanzo use vast and varied ninja talents, but in living closely with Ieyasu, he forms a close friendship with the young shogun.
One night, after being accosted by a fortune-teller who's adamant that Tanaka will meet with great misfortune, he is shockingly confessed to by a work colleague. The two men struggle and following an abrupt fall, Tanaka mysteriously finds himself tossed back in time to the year 1581. Suddenly thrust into the violent world of the Warring States Era, our reluctant time-traveler is in for the adventure of a lifetime.