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  • Broché: 272 pages
  • Editeur : Viz LLC (3 février 2009)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1421521393
  • ISBN-13: 978-1421521398
  • Dimensions du produit: 20 x 2,3 x 14 cm
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Ma première manga qui m'a bien amusée et fait saliver.
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10 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great manga for adult readers, one of the best ever published! 10 avril 2009
Par Aaron R. Reed - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I discovered Oishinbo over 20 years ago and I even owned the first three volumes of the original Japanese version. I long hoped to see this manga
series or the TV anime version in English, and now we finally have this excellent manga in English.

Everything about this series, from the careful attention to high quality Japanese 'washoku' cooking to the contentious enmity between Yamaoka and his father Kaibara, make this one of the most enjoyable manga series aimed at adults out there.

That said, I do have just one complaint. Each English language volume is a "best-of" series.
With dozens of volumes published in Japan,
and the unwillingness of most Americans to invest in any series consisting of such a large collection, I can understand Viz's choice of going "a la carte," though the first volume should have reproduced the
original Japanese first volume of Oishinbo since it introduced the cast, prepared readers for the quest to find the ultimate menu, and introduced
readers to the father/son conflict between Yamaoka and Kaibara.

Despie my complaint, I'm happy to see even parts of this series finally in English and hope you all find each volume as rewarding a read as I do.
Let's hope Cartoon Network's Adult Swim takes notice and brings over the anime series :-)

Now, go order this book!
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oishinbo = omoshiroii 24 novembre 2009
Par foodie ronin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The Oishinbo 'a la carte' collections are an excellent way to get your Japanese food fix while reading manga. All the major elements of Japanese cuisine are represented along with some classic stylistic devices - the feud between the older traditional father and rebellious son, love interests, and plenty of showdown battles.

There reaches a point in your development when you're no longer just an otaku young adult, and you can get sick of continuous fantasy battles and power beams and magic etc etc... Oishinbo manages to retain the exciting elements of Manga with more real world content - food, drink, opinion and criticism. It's like a lively debate with your friends over the dinner table on the best food and restaurants

This collection covers the 'basics' of Japanese cuisine, including sashimi, tea and table manners as well as giving some background as to the feud between the protagonist and his father.

Each book also contains a recipe or menu item that is featured in one of the stories, and a personal article from the writer, both of which add to the context of the stories and add to your enjoyment. This edition contains two intriguing sashimi styles I can't wait to try.

Each story informs and entertains. I'm a devoted collector.
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Review of Oishinbo, Volume 1 2 février 2010
Par Lydia - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
"It's not very common in other countries to eat fish raw. And since it's raw, people might think it doesn't take a lot of skill. But for fish or meat to be eaten raw, a great deal of technique is required. We should be proud that Japanese cuisine has developed such delicious ways to prepare sashimi."

This is a very "meaty" manga. All puns aside, it has a definite message and carries a fascinating look at the Japanese culture and cuisine - which are very closely intertwined.

We follow the story of a father and son who have had a feud with one another. Both are Japanese chefs in their own right, the son being more of an amateur learning and the father one of the finest in the country. They repeatedly run into one another causing much drama, which is hilarious and perfect and really gives the story a lot more character.

The artwork for the characters is fairly typical, from my limited experience in manga. It's not quite as beautiful as some others that I've seen but the drawing of the food is so precise and delicate, I could almost taste it.

If this is your first Manga, be prepared to read it a little differently. You being at the end of the book and read from right to left, rather from left to right. It took me a few pages of getting used to, but I adapted well and enjoyed reading the story so much I forgot how I was reading it.

Through this first volume I've learned the correct method of cutting fish to several ways of serving seabream, learned how the food should be enjoyed, how chopsticks are made and why they are such a valued cultured item. I've learned how rice should be made and that it is a delicate, difficult task to make it well.

There were a few moments in this volume that really spoke to me. The first was the passage I quoted above. The second is out of the middle of the book in a section where the author is speaking to us, the readers. He says:

Eventually, I realized "What is Japan", "What does it mean to be Japanese?" "What is Japanese cuisine?" are all meaningless questions. It is the spirit of washoku that brings everything together as one in harmony.

So, one day, looking around my dining table at several Australians enjoying a meal at my house, I realized that what we were all eating wasn't "Japenese food" of "Japanese cuisine," but washoku: a cuisine that brings people together in harmony and gives them pleasure. Here in my house in Sydney, I eat washoku every day.

Reading that made me want to experience that feeling more often. It made me want to change every mealtime to one of washoku. A time for pleasure, harmony and togetherness. I think that's something we all want to experience on a daily basis.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Is it really cooking when all you are doing is cutting? 30 décembre 2011
Par Zack Davisson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
It is an argument I have heard before. How can you really call something like sashimi "cooking" when there is no cooking involved? Ah the chef is doing is cutting, and the quality of the dish depends entirely on the quality of the ingredients. Is Japanese cuisine really "cooking?"

That is one of the challenges taken up by Yamaoka Shiro in this volume of " Oishinbo A la Carte." As with all volumes of this Viz Signature "A la Carte" series, the100-volume plus story of "Oishinbo" (Translating as "Delicious Boy") has been chopped up and re-segmented by Viz, with the story slices served thematically

The theme for this volume is "Japanese Cuisine." Yamaoka and crew go through a number of traditional Japanese dishes and customs and why they are awesome. The stories include a Japanese girl who studied abroad in France and now refuses to use chopsticks because they seem provincial and backwards, and the fancy new "Western style" Japanese restaurant in Ginza that puts all the effort on flashy presentation and none on the food, or the esteemed visitor from the US and who can put on the ultimate Japanese food experience for him.

As always, Yamaoka knows exactly which obscure restaurant to go to, of what the US dignitary really wants. There are a few recipes included, but be warned: "Oishinbo" is famous in Japan for being all talk and no walk. The recipes are often quite unpalatable when actually prepared.

I love the series "Oishinbo," but I don't really like how Viz Signature has released them. Aside from the cooking, there is an actual ongoing story in "Oishinbo," and the way Viz has grouped the stories means that we just get little slices here and there. The story can drastically change in a few pages, such as Yamaoka barely acknowledging his pretty co-worker Kurita Yuko to them being married in the next story, taken from a volume years out of date.

This "Japanese Cuisine" volume wasn't too bad, but it still makes for a jarring and disappointing reading experience. I don't know why Viz decided to publish the series this way, instead of the usual chronological style starting with volume one. I don't believe they have done this with any other series, and they must have thought it more marketable.
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Fantastic read for foodies! 17 janvier 2010
Par Sibelius - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Even the most die-hard of literary 'foodies' will find much delight in this first volume of Tetsu Kariya's comic-book "Oishinbo" series. Forget about the characters and meager, unifying storyline for the time being. The beauty of this series is the sheer amount of detail conveyed in its bite-sized, easily digestible, graphic novel format. Concepts such as what comprises the 'essence' of Japanese cuisine oftentimes gets muddled in erudite and pretentious articulations when presented in text-essay format but here, with simplistic illustration and breezy flow from one panel to another the reader quickly absorbs complex and detailed concepts with very little effort.

This book will certainly appeal to foodies first and foremost. Whether you have a detailed understanding of Japanese cuisine or are a neophyte curious to learn more there is much to be gleaned within for both parties. Do not be turned off just because of its comic format, at 276 pages this book is information dense and you may be surprised to discover the efficiency of the medium in presenting its subject matter.
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