We’ll take a look at five anime centered around the world of bakery and confectionery in this article. These anime are ideal for anyone who like baking or eating sweets. The aspirations of the following individuals should inspire everybody who enjoys confections to strive for perfection. Effort and thoughtfulness are rewarded in Japan. After that, you’ll have a better idea as to why Japanese confections and breads are so exquisite. Get creative!
1. Bonjour Koiaji Pâtisserie (Bonjour Sweet Love Pâtisserie)
Harem-style anime classics. The protagonist, Sayuri Haruno, attends the Fleurir Academy, a prestigious confectionery school. She’s surrounded by four charming boys, all of whom are clearly aware of her undeniable fondness for sweets. The anime features a total of 24 five-minute episodes.
2. Yakitate !! Japan (2004)
Baking bread is Azuma Kazuma’s specialty. The ideal loaf of bread and worldwide acclaim are at the top of his list of ambitions. Pantasy Bakery offers him a job, and he begins his quest for success. This anime has 69 20-minute episodes, and it’s fantastic.
3. Yumeiro Pâtissierè (2009)
Ichigo Amano dreams of being a professional patisserie like his grandmother was in the past, and this novel follows his journey. Three candy geniuses will assist her in this endeavor. If you’re interested in learning how to prepare a variety of sweets from around the world while also learning about the history behind them, this article is a must-read. It features a total of 24 episodes.
4. Yumeiro Pâtissierè Professional (2010)
To continue Yumeiro Patissiere, Ichigo and his friends must work to keep their business in an expansive retail mall. Anyone interested in starting their own business should read this. Operation and planning recommendations are available. There are a total of thirteen 20-minute episodes.
5. Antique Bakery (2002)
The narrative of four men working in a small bakery is told in the film Antique Bakery. Antique is a success since each character has his or her own unique personality issues. 2008 saw the release of a Japanese television drama and a Korean film that were inspired by this popular anime series.