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Kitchen Princess (GN 10 of 10)
Title: Kitchen Princess
Volume: GN 10 / 10
Distributor: Del Rey
Release date: 2009-07-07
Suggested retail price: $10.99
Age rating: 13+
ISBN-10: 0345510275 0345510275
ISBN-13: 9780345510273 9780345510273
Najika heads to Paris for a major cooking competition, while things with Daichi fall apart and personal tragedy strikes again. Will Seiya pick up the pieces? And will Najika stay true to Daichi?
This is the final volume of Kitchen Princess.
Story by Miyuki Kobayashi and Art by Natsumi Ando.
(added on 2009-04-19, modified on 2011-11-25)
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