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.
- both the protagonists love sweets;
- both have a sharp taste;
- both face difficulties in school;
- are rejected by their classmates;
- but they find friends;
- and continue to fight for your dreams;
- change opinions,
- and upgrade themselves, proving their value.
Both Main charcters ate something good which made them smile and want to learn how to cook / bake. Najika and Ichijo Both get recomended into a rich school for the talented, and aim to make the best dessert / strawberry tart that they ate when they were little that made them smile. Najika and Ichigo both love eatting. Along the way of becoming famous, they both meet 2-3 nice guys that help them on there way, and have some sort of romantic feeling between them, which leads to a group of hater girls.
In conclusion Kitchen princess and Yumeiro Patissiere are exactly the same in every way apart from yumeiro patissiere has 3 guys and sweet spirits which help ichigo able to make sweets better. read more
Both main character is a girl and the theme is mainly about cooking and romance.
Also both has that cold hearted boy before getting to know the girl. SO amazing and cute! <3
The plot is pretty similar except in Kitchen Princess, Najika was already a talented chef from the start, and in yumeiro Patissiere, Ichigo has to work hard to become a wonder patissiere. They are both simply amazing.
Najika from Kitchen Princess is like Ichigo if she could cook well. Both girls have an extraordinary sense of taste and a great idea of what goes well together, and both want to become a patissiere. Ichigo wants to become a patissiere with no experience, while Najika can already cook. At first, both girls are excluded from their classes, but they both eventually get accepted, and respected.
If you loved the recipes and cooking themes, these two manga share both aspects. However, in Kitchen Princess the characters are older than in Yumeiro Patissiere and deal with more affairs of the heart in addition to cooking competitions. The art is equally fantastic in both series in regards to the food.
both stories have fairies that appear in school (but la corda d'oro faries was not that much of importance compare to the other 1), it somewhat similar in the way the story set, start out suck but better by time! try it out!
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.
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.
Whilst Seiyuu Ka is about voice acting, which is much different than baking, both female leads have the same determined personality. Also, did I mention that they both kinda suck at what they do, whether it be clumsiness or a bad voice holding them back?
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.
Lovely Decoration and Yumeiro Patissiere are two shojo manga series focused around a girl who loves to eat cakes and eventually learns to be a patissiere (pastry chef). While those qualities are the only similarities of the main character of each series, their stories share very similar plot points.
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
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
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.
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.
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.
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.