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Yakitate!!  Japan Vol. 23: Yakitate!!  Japan, Volume 23

Yakitate!! Japan Volume 23

Yakitate!! Japan, Volume 23
Young Yamatoya, a spoiled brat with a thing for bread, is back--and this time he's trying to buy a job as a bread judge. But when master taster Kuro-san decides to teach him a lesson about hard work, Yamatoya realizes he may have bitten off more than he can chew. Later, Azuma's team Pantasia is in a bind when their next opponent in the "Yakitate!! Japan" baking competition turns out to be an old rival who's caught in the grip of a powerful mind-controlling substance: miso bread! Can goofy Kawachi resist the temptations of the mental miso and protect his friends? Probably not...which means it'll be up to Azuma's simple buns to bail the team out again!
Takashi Hashiguchi
191 Pages
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Yakitate!! Japan, Volume 24

Yakitate!! Japan Vol. 24

As Azuma and Team Pantasia compete in the eleventh round of the "Yakitate!! 25" bread battle, they realize that a reaction to an eggy creation has transformed judge Kuro-yan into Pantasia's archenemy, Kirisaki! Azuma tries buttering him up to roll back the team's imminent defeat, but in the process a shocking truth about their shared history is revealed! A rare type of flour just may soothe the wounds of the past--but will going against the grain help Azuma and his team or just cause more bitter feelings?
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