The April 2016 issue of Kodansha's good! Afternoon magazine, which will go on sale on March 7, has announced that Gido Amagakure's slice-of-life comedy manga Amaama to Inazuma will be adapted into a TV anime. The series will begin airing in July 2016.
Amaama to Inazuma has been serialized in the magazine since 2013 and has five volumes in print. A sixth volume is scheduled to go on sale on March 7. The first four of volumes are also published in English on Crunchyroll Manga as Sweetness and Lightning. The series placed eighth in the 2014 Kono Manga ga Sugoi! rankings for male readers.
Kouhei Inuzuka is a teacher who has been caring for his little daughter on his own since his wife's death. He's no good at cooking, so he and his daughter Tsumugi have been eating packaged meals from the convenience store. A series of events lead him one evening to a restaurant run by the mother of one of his students, Kotori. Her mother isn't there, but Kotori does her best to feed them both. It turns out Kotori is often alone since her parents are divorced and her mother is frequently not around. The three of them begin to meet and cook tasty food together. (Source: MangaHelpers)
Best Shitty Reviews “Like is like a blank canvas you paint it with whatever you want (colors,blood,sweat,shit etc)”
Current Season rec : Layton Mystery Tanteisha: Katri no Nazotoki File
I am an anime OST Maniac and they play a huge role in my rating for a anime.
click the GIF>>>>>
They say there's no such place... as Paradise. Even if you search to the ends of the Earth, there's nothing there.
No matter how far you walk, it's always the same road. It just goes on and on.
But, in spite of that... Why am I so driven to find it? A voice calls to me... It says:
Just read some few chapters of this one, adorable cooking SOL manga that's gonna be added on my PTW, can't wait to see the trio get animated especially Tsumugi, still wondering if Tsumugi will also receive the "Barakamon" treatment of having a child be the VA, it would be awesome if that happened