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Author:
Kou Matsuzuki
ISBN13:
978-1427817327
ISBN:
1427817324
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Publisher:
TokyoPop (June 29, 2010)
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Literature & Fiction
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Happy Cafe, Vol. 3 Paperback – June 29, 2010. There are some great gags here, and Matsuzuki's expressive artwork is still is good as ever

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. There are some great gags here, and Matsuzuki's expressive artwork is still is good as ever. She has a way of drawing Uru's smile that gives me an equally big grin every time I see it. The "Lil' Ichiro" scenes are fantastic, showing Ichiro as a young boy. Fortunately, the Abekawa brothers don't appear as much so their ridiculously translated accents aren't there to bother me.

Kou Matsuzuki (Author, Illustrator). I thought it was very cute and funny. Book 1 of 8 in the Happy Cafe Series. Took me a while to have the pleasure of reading all the chapters, due to reasons and the wait was very hard. < Before I finished Happy Cafe, I had become a huge Shojo manga addict and was reading any I could get my hands on, I just love romance and all the cute sweetness of shojos.

15 primary works, 15 total works. Book 1. Happy Cafe, Vol. 1. by Kou Matsuzuki. Romance and happiness blossoms at the Happy Cafe. ore. Shelve Happy Cafe, Vol. Want to Read.

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.

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. 3 released by Tokyopop on July 13, 2010. Kou Matsuzuki artist, cover, writer. Short summary describing this issue.

By (author) Kou Matsuzuki.

When Uru decides to work at the Happy Cafe, she discovers she is a clumsy waitress, and that her unsociable yet attractive coworkers Ichiro and Shindo are no help.
  • You know how you can love one cupcake, and maybe another, but by the third one the sweetness starts to get to you? It still tastes good, but that initial delight of the first bite is fading, and you find yourself wanting something with a little more substance.

    Unfortunately, that seems to be what is going on with "Happy Café." Although I loved the first two volumes, which were little more than light and frothy fun featuring the kind of wacky cast that couldn't exist outside of a manga, with this third issue the taste is starting to turn. I can't really put my finger on what it is; Things are pretty the same as the last two volumes. But volume three is somehow less satisfying.

    It might be that volume three has no real story, just a sequence of unconnected vignettes. The volume starts out with Uru taking Shindo and Ichiro home for dinner to meet her parents, and the usual misunderstandings occur. Uru's mom is egging her own to hook up with one of the guys, while her step-father is over-protective. Next up some of the girls at school see Uru walking with Shindo and Ichiro, and after seeing how hot they are the Café Bonheur becomes a hot hang-out which doesn't please Uru at all. Then it is time for more misunderstandings as Uru goes to visit the Abekawa brothers at their home, and after that Uru's sixth grade cousin comes to town to confess his love for her. The last two stories are the origin of Ichiro's strange sleeping habit, and Uru helping a lost young boy find his way home.

    Volume three is definitely not bad. There are some great gags here, and Matsuzuki's expressive artwork is still is good as ever. She has a way of drawing Uru's smile that gives me an equally big grin every time I see it. The "Lil' Ichiro" scenes are fantastic, showing Ichiro as a young boy. Fortunately, the Abekawa brothers don't appear as much so their ridiculously translated accents aren't there to bother me.

    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. I am hopeful that the story starts to pick up with volume four, but Matsuzuki is going to have to go deeper story-wise to keep me coming back.

  • This is the third installment of Happy Cafe. The first one was so young and sweet, yet was decent enough that I went out and bought the 2nd volume. The 2nd one was interesting, there was a bake off and we got to meet two new guys. Uru is of course her charming, innocent and guileless self through out the entire volume... so I went out and bought the 3rd. This volume is a little different than the other two. For one thing there didn't really seem to be a driving plot line, or problem. Uru's co-workers are hot, so she brings in tons of customers from her school to 'check' them out. Then her cousin comes and tries to woo her, but she only thinks of the sixth grader as a younger brother. The two Abekawa brothers from the competing bakery also like her, and the younger one just doesn't know what to do with himself. It just seems that this novel was very fluid and transitional. Nothing important really happened. I mean the two guys went to Uru's house for dinner and that was awkward moments all around. But besides that this volume was very fluff filled. I really hope that the next one is better and more solid. I actually like the interactions between Uru, Ichiro and Shindo. They are a little stereotypical, but unique in their own ways.