News Happy Cooking Graffiti 4-Panel Manga Gets TV Anime
posted on 2014-06-13 23:40 EDT by Egan Loo
The August issue of Houbunsha's Manga Time Kirara Miracle! magazine is announcing on Monday that a television anime adaptation of Makoto Kawai's four-panel manga Happy Cooking Graffiti (Kōfuku Graffiti) has been green-lit.
The story follows Ryō, a middle school girl who lives by herself. She has a knack for cooking, and she makes friendships with everyone through her food. The cooking manga is "full of detailed cuisine art to whet the appetite and slightly erotic meal scenes." The "kōfuku" in the title is a wordplay on two Japanese homonyms — one which means "happiness," and another that means "appetite."
Kawai launched the manga in Manga Time Kirara Miracle! in 2012, and Houbunsha published the third compiled book volume in March.
Update: Typo fixed. Thanks, Ali07
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