Maiko-san Chi no Makanai-san


Kiyo in Kyoto: From the Maiko House

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Synonyms: The caterer at the Maiko Manor
Japanese: 舞妓さんちのまかないさん
English: Kiyo in Kyoto: From the Maiko House
German: Kiyo in Kyoto: From the Maiko House
Spanish: Kiyo in Kyoto: From the Maiko House
French: Kiyo in Kyoto: From the Maiko House
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Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Feb 25, 2021 to Jan 27, 2022
Premiered: Winter 2021
Broadcast: Thursdays at 08:30 (JST)
Producers: NHK, NHK Enterprises
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: J.C.Staff
Source: Manga
Genres: ComedyComedy, GourmetGourmet, Slice of LifeSlice of Life
Demographic: ShounenShounen
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.921 (scored by 12931,293 users)
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Ranked: #41392
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Popularity: #4865
Members: 12,890
Favorites: 47

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Yuri, food, cute art and light-hearted happy vibes are what both Koizumi-san and Maiko-san Chi deliver. If you like one you'll definitely like the other. The yuri in Koizumi-san is more pronounced and obvious, whereas the yuri in Maiko-san is just undertones in Kiyo and Momohana's friendship. The food in Koizumi-san is obviously ramen, whereas the food in Maiko-san is a variety of different dishes - some of which you may not have heard of! Both are worth a watch for their happy uplifting feel, cute art and interesting info about Japanese food! 
report Recommended by StonedAngel
Both slice of life shows offer you with traditional Japanese foods. You get to see the female leads enjoy their meals and they also share some details about their "dish of the day". Wakako-zake has shorter episodes than Maiko-san Chi no Makanai-san. It's best to watch these shows while you're eating; that's what I did. 
report Recommended by IridescentJaune
Both are very food and cooking oriented Both have a very relaxed slice of life feeling to them, making them very easy to watch 
report Recommended by Lumyh
Both food related, both have heartwarming food preparations and both have the same slow pace of the everyday life of people. The difference is that the one who is cooking is a girl named Kiyo in a traditional maiko house whereas in the other we have a guy who owns a small dinning store in China.  
report Recommended by Nerdcatlady
Mitsuwano and Maiko-san chi no makanai-san are anime about girls who live in okiya (maiko/geisha home) and are training to become maiko (geisha apprentice). The series give an insight into maiko/geisha world and what it is like to be a part of it. Friendship is also a huge part of both series. 
report Recommended by SenityLycoris
Both showcase a variety of Japanese food within each episode, using a mix of animation in story and real life footage of culinary examples. The main plot differs but will always relate back to Japanese food and a main difference as well, which Maiko-san Chi hasn't got, is that Isekai Izakaya also has bonus features at the end of an episode where you can learn how to make the food item or get taken on a tour to a certain food place within Japan, both related to the food of interest in the episode. Isekai Izakaya is lively in atmosphere whereas Maiko-san Chi is a lot more  read more 
report Recommended by BonBonToro