From Viz: England. France. Germany. Denmark. What common thread binds these four nations together? Answer: each is famous for producing unique, distinctive, delicious bread. But what of the island nation of Japan, home to rice and delicacies of the sea? Is there not a doughy, gastronomic delight they can claim as their own? The answer is no...until now! Kazuma Azuma, a 16-year-old-boy blessed with otherworldly baking powers, has taken it upon himself to create Ja-pan, the national bread of the land of the rising sun!
Konhara Sui was touched by the National Music competition performances; and this prompted her to apply to study at the music school which Sou Tsukasa attends. Though the school music club rejected her proposal, after much recommendation from Tsukasa, she was admitted into the Brass group… Will they be able to beat the Music Club…?! Includes two other stories
Tayutama Kiss on my Deity centers on Yuuri Mito, a student at the Sousei Academy and the only son of the man who runs the Yachimata shrine. At Yachimata, there is a legend of a deity named Tayutayu-sama who protected the area, but this deity and other so-called “Tayutai” have been lost in time. Mito and his friends discover a relic on the school grounds with mysterious patterns on them. Then, at the opening ceremony of the new school year, an equally mysterious girl named Mashiro appears before Mito. Mashiro is somehow tied to the relic and the legend of Tayutayu-sama…
From DramaQueen: Tomoe Tatsumi is a freshman attending university in Tokyo. Life couldn't be better: he's living in a really nice apartment for less than most people pay for a single room. This is all thanks to Mitsugu Kurokawa: salary man, landlord, and (hopeful) lover. It is due to Kurokawa's generosity that Tatsumi is able to live in Tokyo on such a tight budget. Kurokawa's intention is clear: to love, honor, and cherish Tatsumi until his dying days! And if big brother Souichi Tatsumi has his way - that day will come sooner than not! For Kurokawa, progress can only be made by "challenging the impossible...." And thus, Takanaga sensei introduces us to her charming romantic comedy, Challengers! Prequel to "Koisuru Boukun"