Synonyms: Yumeiro Patissiere, YumePati, Yume-Iro Pâtissière, Dream-Colored Pastry Chef
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 4, 2009 to Sep 26, 2010
24 min. per episode
PG - Children
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Score: 8.171 (scored by 10904 users)
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Synopsis14-year-old Ichigo Amano is incredibly clumsy and can't seem to do anything right besides eating cakes. When she stumbles upon a Sweets Festival, she meets Henri sensei who acknowledges her ability of taste and invites her to transfer to St. Marie Academy to become a pâtissière. Ichigo has trouble adjusting initially, but with the help of the 3 Sweets Princes and the Sweets Spirits, she gains the confidence and skill to work towards becoming a pâtissière!
Related AnimeAdaptation: Yumeiro Pâtissière
Side story: Yumeiro Pâtissière: Mune Kyun Tropical Island!
Sequel: Yumeiro Pâtissière SP Professional
Characters & Voice Actors
Yumeiro Patissiere is not a series with a unique storyline but it is definitely enjoyable and you would not regret watching it.
In my opinion, the first time I watched it, I find it a tad bit boring because this movie contains A LOT of fillers but the story progresses as you watch more episodes so do watch MORE episodes cause they will definitely get you hooked onto it.
It was a so-so story, not an original story (Think: Gakuen Alice) A girl who has no talents in cooking except eating but she does has an incredible palate comes into the story, recommended by a famous Patissiere and she goes to school and tries to get accepted.
But the story does get interesting as you watch more - to me, the part where they joined the Cake Grand Prix was REALLY interesting. It was so intense that I sometimes shudder at the thought of who won and who lose cause it is SO unpredictable that it makes the viewers wonder what will happen next.
There is a little romance in the series which makes it really cute! At first, I thought the addition of the fairies were a little silly since all they did was just chant a few noises here and there but eventually, I noticed they do play an important role in cheering the Team up.
I liked the chibi fairies and they were really cute especially Caramel-desu! Love her! And Cafe-kun of course.
The concept of the Sweet Princes were interesting as well.
I LOVE the songs for the opening and the ending but I have to admit, the ending was more catchy :D Don't you DARE forget the background music (OST) They were INCREDIBLE. I loved the background music the most. Probably the best part of the series. You should take note of the background music from time to time asit really fits the mood.
For example, the sad ones would be really sad. Try listening - it has a soft melodic touch to it. Sometimes during the competition part, they play those "nervous" music which is really a nice touch to the nervous mood of the episodes.
I like the art. They were clean and crisp and the background is really nice. I'm a sucker for nice background art and it's important for them to look good. As for the desserts - DUDE, have you ever watched Yumeiro Patissiere and NOT get hungry? Cause I always tend to get hungry when I watch them.
And I crave for chocolates - A LOT.
Damn, these series sure makes me crave for sweets a lot even though I'm more of a fan of savoury. That proves the art is great ;)
Amano Ichigo is very much alike as most female protagonists - optimistic, cheerful, tries her best in everything although she has no skills - they're quite cliche aren't they? But I love them because in my everyday life - each time I'm about to say "I can't do it" I would always think of these characters and wonder to myself - if they can, I can as well. So these characters are a really great addition to the story.
The Sweet Princes - The characters are alright - Kashino being very mean spirited and all but that makes him really cute :3
Did I mention how much I love Hanabusa-kun's character? He is SO darn funny. Watch the series further to know more of his character. You would definitely love him.
As for the rest- the sweet spirits, they were really cute as well! Cafe-kun is super adorable.
Koshiro-san - one REALLY annoying girl that you would probably hate yet love because she's a great supporting character in the series.
Enjoyment: 9/10: Overall, it's a great watch which makes me happy because looking at how hard someone works just to be on top and even though it ain't reality, it's always good to step out of reality once in a while and enjoy yourselves watching light-hearted anime.
Decent storyline but interesting as you progress. Definitely worth a watch ;)
Have you ever had a dream of being a patissiere? Have you ever dreamed of making everyone happy with what you make so that you wouldn't be thought of someone who's a failure? That is exactly Amano Ichigo's dream: to be a world famous patissiere and spread happiness through her sweets.
It sounds like a common story of how a kid strives to make her dreams come true. But this show actually got me and I don't know why. I didn't really like Mirmo de Pon and Gakuen Alice bore me a little but this anime really had me going from 1 episode to another. It's a good mix of Yakitate! Japan, Mirmo de Pon and the characters really reminded me of Gakuen Alice.
Don't underestimate this series, because I for one thought it wasn't something but I really got hooked to it - and I'm a fan of drama anime hahah. So if you want an inspiring, light and sweet anime, I really recommend this one to you.
My Final Ratings are:
Story : 7 > common but i really like the idea of the Princes of Sweets
Art : 8 > it is pretty good for a kid's anime but it isn't far from the styles of Mirmo and Alice Academy
Sound : 7 > A little repetitive but fits right in
Character: 8 > so far the characters are having really well developments and they have mysteries with their past
Enjoyment: 8> I AM a fan of sweets so i really enjoyed this anime. It also has it's fun and down moments that keeps it down to earth.
Overall: 8 > It' s really good for an one who loves food,cooking, great characters and a little magic
they had similarities with mini character
When i watched Shugo Chara, it reminded me YP greatly! 1. bishonen, reverse harem 2. little cute pocket boys and girls ^^! 3. character design and the colours are very alike 4. Shugo Chara also has a cooking topic, and a patissiere episode! in this ep i couldn't help but think "i want moooar YP" 5. friendship, teamwork, and stories about helping people in different situations with you tomodachi
6. Hanabusa Aido is similar to Tadase, and Andou is a bit like Sanjou Kairi
Yumeiro Patissiere is similar to Shugo Chara because both animes have a small character spirit thing with the main characters. They are both shojo-like and has something supernatural in the show. In addition the main characters are both sanguine, persevering, determined, and rather cute!
It reminded me of Shugo Chara because they both have the little fairy-like characters,and the shuojo-ness along with all the cool guys.
Both are mostly directed for children - but still manages to keep it mature enough that teenagers, and maybe even grown-ups, can enjoy it.
They also have these "things" (I have no idea what to call them); Sweet spirits and chara's! Only the people with sweet spirits or charas can see and hear them. Although Shugo Chara is a magical girl anime and Yumeiro Patissiere is not, they give off the same feeling when watching.
they both have little spirits or mini angels following them helping them to reach ther goals there both comedy,romance,school life and it's a reverse herem. it's a realy good show so just watch it ok! =)
This is similar to shugo chara because they both have a little guardian (or fairy in this case).
Both anime are drawn similar. The heroine is a clumsy, cute girl and all bishounen want her, but of course she chooses the `best`. Also in both of the anime are these spirits or charas :D
you will really feel the soul of chara in shugo chara is totally like sweets spirit in yumeiro patissiere .
i some times thing the voice actors is same .
the two series have magical creatures help the girl in the anime and two series around girl want to do some thing
Both shows revolve around the Idea of dreams and growing up. they also have some hilarious humor (as well as Hot guys for all you fan girls), both also have great romance scenes.
the protagonist characteristic are similar
Both animes focus on girls who want to find their 'would-be' selves. After finding their 'would-be' selves, they want to improve. Both are also in the 'elite' group in their schools. They even have little spirits that help them.
Similar theme and style with both involving romance, love trials, and fantasy. Storyline gets extensive as the episodes drags and the main girl deals with many problems with the help of her friends. Both seeks to find their own self and accomplish their goals: one dedicated to helping others while the other tries to become a professional cook.
Both anime is shoujo anime
Well, they both have things following them around (Shugo Chara: Charas, Yumeiro: Sweets Spirits) and if you consider the Guardians team mates, then it's similar that way too.
Both have girls starting out at a new school, and get immediately pulled into the most popular group (in SC the guardians, in YP the top chef people). Both girls don't realize why they are there at first, but it's because they have relations to little fairy characters, except in Shugo Chara, the guardians want her in the group, but she doesn't, and in Yumeiro Patissiere, it was up to the teachers.
The fairy characters both help the main girl with abilities that she wouldn't normally have, but as it goes on, she gets better at them on her own.
Both are reverse harem and have strong friendships and trust things going on.
The art is very similar and they both involve little magical friends that support the characters
Cute and clumsy main female characters surrounded by guys and mini flying spirits. :D
Shugo Chara is a lot like Yumeiro Patissiere. First off is the little characters. In Yumeiro Patissiere, Ichigo has Vinilla and Amu has Ran, Miki, and Su. The people the girls hang out with are very popular people. The romance is cute! Same with the characters. Both anime have the same feel to them. I watched both series and they are really great. I would suggest you watch both of them!
In both anime are both for children and have similarities of having a mini spirit. In Shugo Chara, Amu wishes to become herself or i should say her real personality, to be able to have courage of showing her true emotion. In Yumeiro Patissiere, Ichigo wanted to become a good patissiere to make the people who eat her sweet to smile. Also, in both anime they have a fall in love with the bad/mean yet sometimes nice. Furthermore, Ichigo's sweet spirit and Amu's 4 guarding spirit help them to reach their dream/wishes they made.
maybe the plot is different but this two animes share somethings in common : Female main character with standard abilities surrounded by professional & handsome male group who help her to be better + the fairy thing + school contests
Watching the second episode of Yumeiro Patissiere I kept being reminded of La Corda D'Oro. Sure the fairies have different ways of working between the shows but there's quite a few similarities there otherwise.
meeting "fairy"-like creatures...
having taught by one...
trying to appeal to others...
both are kind of reverse-harem type...
both stories are kinda cliche...
well, the main character of la corda who plans to excel in playing violin also encountered a fairy but instead of sweet fairy, she encountered a music fairy...
The basic theme is different, cooking vs music. But in both anime the main character, both females in a group of other males mostly, strives with their group to be better. The idea of making other happy is shown alot throughout both also the idea that you need to love cooking/music and be happy yourself in order to be good.
Theres the slightest bit of romance and great friendships that start a little iffy. But in a personal opinion i think they were both joyful anime and very worth watching. Hope this helps ;]
These two shows have very similar plots, except Yumeiro Patissiere takes place at a (middle school) pastry school and La Corda D'Oro takes place at a (high school) music academy. Seriously, it's practically the same show.
Both have a girl who attends a school that revolves around skills (one is music, the other is cooking). Both of the founders for the schools had a relationship with a fairy, and so there is a big statue of the fairy at the front of the school. The girl meets a fairy and at first is a bit shocked (Kahoko from Kin. no Corda more so) but then gradually builds a friendship and trust with them. The fairies help the girl with a skill that they are absolutely terrible at, but then the girl slowly get better and can do things on her own.
The fairies, the competitions, and the characters are all quite similar. (And that statue!)
I liked Yumeiro better.
Faries/Spirits that help an inexperienced main character hone in on their artistic potential in order to build skill and technique.
La Corda and Yumeiro are both Shoujo and Reverse Harem and involve a girl who joins a competition, though only a "newbie” in what the competition is about. They both also have a Spirit/Fairy.
Opening Theme"Yume ni Yell! Patissiere" by Gojou Mayumi
Ending Theme"Ichigo no Miracle" by Sugihara Yukina
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