Oogui Koushien
Chow Down Champs
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Oogui Koushien

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Synonyms: Super Food Bowl
Japanese: 大食い甲子園
English: Chow Down Champs
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 6
Chapters: 53
Status: Finished
Published: Jun 18, 2010 to Jul 1, 2011
Genres: Comedy Comedy, Gourmet Gourmet
Demographic: Seinen Seinen
Serialization: Manga Goraku
Authors: Tsuchiyama, Shigeru (Story & Art)


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Ranked: #392052
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Popularity: #32956
Members: 157
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Volume 1


Hungry for success! An appetite for glory!
Momotaro High longs to triumph in the Chow Down Championships, but always end up bottom of the bowl. The arrival of a new coach, Kutaro Moriyama, could be just the boost they need. But does he have what it takes to lead them to victory? Or will his past come back to haunt him?

(Source: Digital Manga Publishing)


Oogui Koushien was published digitally in English as Chow Down Champs by Media Do International/Nihonbungeisha, and as Super Food Bowl by Torico.

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Apr 18, 2021
Mixed Feelings
tl;dr: Honestly, not bad for a manga about high school competitive eating. Funny at times. At least read up to volume 3.

This manga is about a competitive eating club. It follows a typical sports manga plot, train, go to competitions, regionals, nationals, whatever. It does have information about professional eating like stretching your stomach and keeping it stretched out. Makes it seem miserable which I am sure it is.
It does have some funny moments. I wasn't laughing out loud but it made me chuckle. Competitive eating sports manga may seem like a joke but ...
Jan 19, 2023
I normally like this authors works, he's pretty passionate about food and manages to make what seem like really mediocre stories on paper work out but he kind of fumbled on this one.

If you have no prior knowledge of his other works, the character overlaps and their important are lost on you but the guest stars and in universe cross overs are barely touched on anyways so your left asking yourself what the point is regardless.

The gathering of food club members is a breeze, the training is a breeze and the tournaments are pretty skimmed over too which is dumb because that is the ...

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