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by Kou Matsuzuki

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Kou Matsuzuki
TokyoPop (November 2, 2010)
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15 primary works, 15 total works. Book 1. Happy Cafe, Vol. 1. by Kou Matsuzuki.

15 primary works, 15 total works. Romance and happiness blossoms at the Happy Cafe. ore. Shelve Happy Cafe, Vol. Want to Read.

Kou Matsuzuki (Author, Illustrator). Book 3 of 8 in the Happy Cafe Series

Kou Matsuzuki (Author, Illustrator). Book 3 of 8 in the Happy Cafe Series. Matsuzuki has created some great characters, and I really enjoy jumping into her world of happiness where there are few problems that can't be solved by a really tasty treat, but she can't expect to keep interest up by serving up the same dish every time. Even though the previous two volumes were filled with equally fluffy filler I am ready for a more filling story to begin.

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Happy Café, Volume 5 book.

ISBN 10: 1427817340 ISBN 13: 9781427817341.

Happy Cafe, Vol. 4 Paperback – August 31, 2010. As with Volume 2, about one-fourth of ¡°Happy Caf¨¦ Volume 4¡å is taken up by an unrelated story by Kou Matsuzuki, ¡°Flower and Butterfly in Summer

Happy Cafe, Vol. by. Kou Matsuzuki (Author, Illustrator). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. As with Volume 2, about one-fourth of ¡°Happy Caf¨¦ Volume 4¡å is taken up by an unrelated story by Kou Matsuzuki, ¡°Flower and Butterfly in Summer. ± What seems to be creepy at first, a 32-year old man being the ¡°Mommy¡± to a high-school age girl, but when you discover the secret it becomes.

Happy Cafe (幸福喫茶3丁目 Shiawase Kissa Sanchoume) is a manga series written and illustrated by Kou Matsuzuki

Happy Cafe (幸福喫茶3丁目 Shiawase Kissa Sanchoume) is a manga series written and illustrated by Kou Matsuzuki. The series was serialized in Hakusensha Shōjo monthly magazine Hana To Yume and the serial chapters collected into fifteen Tankōbon released between July 2005 and November 2009. Publishing companies Tokyopop licensed the manga for release in America and as well Sharp Point Press in Taiwan.

Happy Cafe Happy Cafe - Vol. 5 released by Tokyopop on November 7, 2010. Kou Matsuzuki artist, cover, writer. Short summary describing this issue. In this volume of Happy Cafe, Ichiro comes to work at Bonheur, and makes some self-discoveries! Next, an old friend of Shindo’s stops by and gives us a rare glimpse into Shindo’s past. Finally, we discover just why Shindo loves making sweets.

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Author(s) : Matsuzuki Kou . When you go to a comic store or other book store their shelves are limited by the space that they have. She ends up working at a small cafe with two rather unique co-workers, Shindou(demon king), who acts gruff and intimidating, but who is really a nice guy who loves to make cakes and pies and the like, and Ichirou(weirdo), who is really good-looking but who instantly falls asleep when he gets hungry and doesn't. When you go to an online site to read Manga those limitations don't exist. So if you want the best selection and you also want to save money then reading Manga online should be an obvious choice for you.

Ichiro and Sou switch places, forcing Sou to confront his feelings for Uru; meanwhile, the manager of Bonheur finally returns, but decides to test Uru before revealing himself. Bonus chapter included!
  • Good book, I got this for my niece, she really enjoys reading, she has read this book & the other volumes. Love good books for her.

  • Great product, would definitely buy again from here.

  • I love happy cafe, although when I first discovered it I was skeptical over how much I would enjoy it. (the art was not exactly my favorite.) But it won me over with it's own unique brand of shoujo-slapstick comedy.
    I'm not exaggerating when I say the expressions of the characters and comedic timing in Happy Cafe is genius. It's honestly had me in stitches in at some point in EVERY volume I've read so far.
    As I said, the art is not exactly Vampire knight, but it has it's own merits which are incomparable that improve upon closer acquaintance. ;) And the art improves as the story progresses.

    I like mangas like Love*com, Karakuri odette, Kamisama Hajimemashita, Fruits basket, Dengeki Daisy, Skip beat, honey and clover, tsubasa reservoir chronicle, Usagi Yojimbo (which is actually a comic NOT a manga *semantics*) just to name a few of the series I collect. And I only buy manga *or books* that I would read twice, so most of the books I buy are things I've read before. I love reading.. what can I say?

    I'm not going to bother explaining the main characters, there are plenty of other reviews on the other volumes that do that, just go to the previous volumes pages if that's what you're looking for, there are tons of great reviews with those descriptions out there.
    But I will say that this particular volume has the chapter where Shindou, Uru and Ichirou met as toddlers. SQUEE it is so adorable!!

    If you are already a fan of this series, unsure of the translation, let me say I think this is one of the best translations I've ever seen from Tokyopop. EVER. It's done reallyy reaaally well. I'm talking lightyears away from the last volume of fruits basket kind of translation. If you've read a lot of manga you'll know what I'm talking about. XD
    The puns are still funny, and IF they have been changed from the original context, I haven't noticed. From what I can tell, it's very true to the original format, and is NOT stale in the least.
    The Japanese names for things like sweets are said with the Japanese pronunciations, with little translator notes on the same page explaining what that means exactly. For example;
    Sakura Mochi would be said as "sakura mochi". Translator note would explain in veerrry tiiiny script on the same page under that panel that "sakura mochi is sweet rice with red bean paste wrapped in cherry blossom leaves"
    So yeah.. That's that.

    Happy cafe is NOT an epic, story driven manga. If you're looking for something with a fast paced action story or an epic romance, go somewhere else. But if you're into some sweet and non-tragic slice of life, you're looking in the right place.
    The characters DO grow, albeit very slowly through the course of the manga. (there are 15 volumes total) And this manga is not a three card deck, rather the cast keeps growing. This particular volume includes the first appearance of a mysterious character that's been alluded to since the first volume. . . . hehe. I won't be spoiling that, but for those in the know, it's a certain glasses-wearing joint-pain-afflicted character. ;D
    It's the kind of series I could lend to a twelve year old without worrying about inappropriate content, or offending their parents, so yes, if you're a parent looking this up for content, the worst thing about happy cafe is the slapstick violence, which never does anyone more than two panels-worth of harm to a character. XD

    If you were looking at this series unsure of whether it was worth a try, or just another typical shoujo manga, let me assure you, it's worth a look, and definitely not typical. If you like Love*com, or Yotsuba&!, you won't regret taking a step into Happy Cafe. ;)