Itsuka Tiffany de Chōshoku o Drama Debuts This Fall
posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
The cover of the October issue of Shinchosha's [email protected] magazine revealed on Friday that the drama adaptation of Hirochi Maki's Itsuka Tiffany de Chōshoku o (It will be breakfast at Tiffany some day.) manga will debut this fall. The cover does not clarify if the drama will air on TV.
Maki launched the manga in Shinchosha's [email protected] magazine in 2012, and Shinchosha published the seventh compiled volume in June.
The manga follows Mariko and her friends as they go to different restaurants for breakfast. Mariko is a 28-year-old woman living in Tokyo with her boyfriend of seven years. She becomes disillusioned with her slovenly boyfriend's lifestyle and breaks up with him to get a new start. She fondly remembers the wonderful breakfasts she had in her family growing up, and she decides to start a new lifestyle by visiting different (real-life) places for breakfast every morning. The places she visits range from Good Morning Café to the small Japanese-style restaurant Katō in Tsukiji Fish Market, to bakeries like Le Pain Quotidien.
The manga ranked at #15 on Honya Club's "Nationwide Bookstore Employees' Recommended Comics of 2014" list.