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Yume-iro Pâtissière

Yume-iro Pâtissière

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Dream-Colored Pastry Chef, Yumeiro Pâtissier, Yume-iro Patissier, Yumeiro Pâtissière: À La Carte, A La Carte, Yumeiro Patissiere Tokubetsu-hen
Japanese: 夢色パティシエール

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 12
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Finished
Published: Sep 3, 2008 to Aug 22, 2013
Authors: Matsumoto, Natsumi (Story & Art)
Serialization: Ribon Magazine

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Ranked: #11762
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Popularity: #2382
Members: 4,469
Favorites: 89

Recommendations

In both manga the heroine has an excellent sense of taste and got into a special school thanks to someone's recommendation. While Najica plans to become a chef and is already good at cooking, Ichigo wants to become a pâtissière just like her grandmother and is a complete beginner.  
reportRecommended by Canal
Enter magic fairy to turn the heroine into the best of the best. Plus more yummy guys the she knows what to do with. 
reportRecommended by Yxx
Well, both have a girl who really isn't good at anything. They get really terrible grades, and at home their always in the shadow of their younger sister. When they go to a skills school to go into a career (YP is patissiere, and SK is voice actor) they get put into the advanced section, but after the first day everyone wonders why because they fail at everything! However, overtime they improve, and when they succeed in something, they do it REALLY well. Both girls have a lot of guys falling for them. 
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Small spirits causing trouble in school life and helping girls achieve their goals. 
reportRecommended by Airy
Both manga are about a girl who likes to eat cakes and starts training to become a pâtissière. Even though she is inexperienced and messes up a lot at first she has some good ideas about designing and decorating cakes. 
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Both the characters are hiding in the shadow of their sisters.  
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house of the sun and yumepati both have female main characters which is considerably liked by other guys both have cute personalities and the stories are both fun i think you might like it, so try reading it :) i got hooked by it 3 days straight reading until 2 am and finished it this is my first time writing a recommendation so sorry if its not how this was supposed to be 
reportRecommended by Njessness
Reverse Harem type Both have a girl who wants to become really good at what she does Both have a guy that is mean to the protagonist at the beginning but ends up in a good relationship with her Both have a love triangle thingy 
reportRecommended by Inuzukies
Both girls are really.. derpy? Well, in both manga, the girls go to a school for a certain subject, for example: in GA, its magic/talents, in YP its making pastries. The schools involve magic. Both are shoujo. In both manga, the girl meets the top student at the school, and are treated badly by them at first. As time goes on, they get really good at the things they do in their school. Plus, the girls have pigtails. 
reportRecommended by FishyWish13
Fairy Idol Kanon and Yumeiro Patissiere are both stories following a young girl who has a passion for a certain career (Ichigo wants to be a patissiere, while Kanon wants to be an idol) and ends up meeting a cute fairy, who has their own goal as well as the main character (Vanilla also wants good cooking skills, while Alto is in search for a beautiful singing voice to help save her fairy world). The main character and the fairy become friends and rely on each other, and there is magical goodness all around both stories. Both series are also targeted for all ages. 
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Food Wars and Yumeiro Patissiere are two cooking manga that are all about cooking duels at a culinary academy. Specifically, Yumeiro Patissiere is about dessert-making, so there's lots of cakes and treats throughout (not sure if Food Wars also has desserts). Yumeiro Patissiere has romance and fantasy (in the form of fairies) in place of ecchi fanservice, though. 
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Both are about girls who want to enter a big competition very badly,and although they aren't skilled enough at first, it turns out that they have amazing hidden talents. They also inspire everyone that they meet along the way. One is sports, one is cooking. 
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Hatsukoi Lunch Box is a cute break while reading Yumeiro Patissiere. It's about finding cute shoujo love through cooking :). 
reportRecommended by EclipsedRogue
Both are very similar and have chibis from a fantasy world. Those chibis help the human protagonists. In the chibi world they have royalty. Both involve sweets and tea.  
reportRecommended by Orulyon
because they are both supernatural and the names of the characters are quite similar as well but they are both very nice to read.. 
reportRecommended by HinataMay03
Same thing, Both main characters signed up for an academy to accomplish their dream or goals, and then they both get surrounded by cute guys 
reportRecommended by iNinjeek
Both are about a girl who despite being very clumsy tries her hardest at everything she does and her positive can-do attitude attracts friends and boys all together. 
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They both include confectionery making. 
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