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名高い遠月リゾートに見合う朝食新メニュー作りに挑む創真たち。これまでの合宿で得た自信と経験から続々と課題を達成する者が現れる中、創真は致命的なミスで出遅れてしまう。この窮地に残された秘策は!?


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名高い遠月リゾートに見合う朝食新メニュー作りに挑む創真たち。これまでの合宿で得た自信と経験から続々と課題を達成する者が現れる中、創真は致命的なミスで出遅れてしまう。この窮地に残された秘策は!?

30 review for 食戟のソーマ 5 [Shokugeki no Souma 5]

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tyler J Gray

    I said i'd have a review on here for everything I read from now on. I forgot how difficult it can be to review manga and graphic novels, so excuse short reviews for these. I am still very much loving Food Wars! Getting to know the characters more. This volume even brought back a character from volume 1 I completely forgot about. Seeing the students meet and accomplish tough challenges. The different personalities of the characters. The delicious sounding and looking food and the art style. This vo I said i'd have a review on here for everything I read from now on. I forgot how difficult it can be to review manga and graphic novels, so excuse short reviews for these. I am still very much loving Food Wars! Getting to know the characters more. This volume even brought back a character from volume 1 I completely forgot about. Seeing the students meet and accomplish tough challenges. The different personalities of the characters. The delicious sounding and looking food and the art style. This volume also shows off big corporations versus small businesses, and I really enjoyed seeing how that was tackled. I don't know when i'll finally catch up in this series, it'll be awhile i'm sure as i'm so far behind, but I am very much looking forward to doing so! :) Blog | Youtube | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sonja ✧・゚。★・゚☾

    ❝I won't forgive anyone who dirties my career... I'll give you a crushing defeat on the best possible stage!❞ Food Wars! Volume 5 is pretty entertaining! There's a fun scene revolving around Megumi that wasn't in the anime, so that was a real treat to read. For me the main takeaway of this volume is to support local businesses—instead of big chains that don't put money back into the local economy. And of course that's always a good reminder, so if you have the means: buy books from your lo ❝I won't forgive anyone who dirties my career... I'll give you a crushing defeat on the best possible stage!❞ Food Wars! Volume 5 is pretty entertaining! There's a fun scene revolving around Megumi that wasn't in the anime, so that was a real treat to read. For me the main takeaway of this volume is to support local businesses—instead of big chains that don't put money back into the local economy. And of course that's always a good reminder, so if you have the means: buy books from your local independent bookshops instead of ordering them on Amazon for instance. ❝Attack the enemy's stronghold at once!❞ ____________________ Food Wars! Volume 4 ★★★✩✩ Food Wars! Volume 6 ★★★★✩

  3. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    The time at the camp has come to an end and everyone gets a short break from school. Souma goes back home to air out Yukihira and finds out that a new restaurant is taking customers away from the shopping district, so of course he has to devise a way to help out his neighborhood and the other shops close to his. And also of course, this new restaurant has ties to someone at Toutsuki. 🍗🥙 A bit of fluffy filler, but still good nonetheless.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Nicolo

    This volume contains the chapter that made one of the best episodes of the first season of the anime, when Sona churned out 200 servings in 30 minutes. Content wise, this was a good collection. Format wise, the publisher could afford to include the colored pages in the digital edition. It irritates me to no end that the colored pages are not included when it could have been so easy to tweak it for the digital release. It's understandable that it's monochrome for the print release, but digital rel This volume contains the chapter that made one of the best episodes of the first season of the anime, when Sona churned out 200 servings in 30 minutes. Content wise, this was a good collection. Format wise, the publisher could afford to include the colored pages in the digital edition. It irritates me to no end that the colored pages are not included when it could have been so easy to tweak it for the digital release. It's understandable that it's monochrome for the print release, but digital release barely has any overhead, and it would have done the reader and fan a great service. In this context, the publisher totally failed. 4 stars for content; 1 star for format.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Bookishrealm

    Update: Here's my full review! http://bookishrealmreviews.blogspot.c... I love that this volume takes us back to Soma's hometown. It really gives a pretty interesting perspective to small businesses versus major corporations. It's just another great installment to the series. I can't wait to pick up volume 6. Update: Here's my full review! http://bookishrealmreviews.blogspot.c... I love that this volume takes us back to Soma's hometown. It really gives a pretty interesting perspective to small businesses versus major corporations. It's just another great installment to the series. I can't wait to pick up volume 6.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    The first part of the book resolves the cliffhanger from last volume as our hero works to be creative and snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. His assessment following the competition captures the theme of the entire series: "I totally messed that one up, big time! But thanks to that, I gained valuable experience from my failures." Soma's positivity and competitiveness continue to make him an admirable protagonist. The second part of the book is an entertaining return to Soma's hometown and an The first part of the book resolves the cliffhanger from last volume as our hero works to be creative and snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. His assessment following the competition captures the theme of the entire series: "I totally messed that one up, big time! But thanks to that, I gained valuable experience from my failures." Soma's positivity and competitiveness continue to make him an admirable protagonist. The second part of the book is an entertaining return to Soma's hometown and an attempt to keep the local street market from losing all its customers to new stores opening at a nearby train station. Very well executed and fun. A final interlude reveals another, welcome side of the usually shy Megumi. Great reveal.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Akshat Jain

    LOVE THIS SERIES!!!!!!! From the amazing characters and character development to the engaging and interesting plot I definitely recommend this book and series. The actual cooking to is amazing to read about and I love the shokugekis and their intensity. Last of all, the way the series conveys ideas and ideals through food and cooking is a really interesting concept and idea, but one that I feel works pretty well. Really enjoying the current story arc and can't wait to find out what is to come(bi LOVE THIS SERIES!!!!!!! From the amazing characters and character development to the engaging and interesting plot I definitely recommend this book and series. The actual cooking to is amazing to read about and I love the shokugekis and their intensity. Last of all, the way the series conveys ideas and ideals through food and cooking is a really interesting concept and idea, but one that I feel works pretty well. Really enjoying the current story arc and can't wait to find out what is to come(binge reading the series).

  8. 4 out of 5

    Adam Spanos

    I am still very much loving Food Wars! Getting to know the characters more. This volume even brought back a character from volume 1 I completely forgot about. Seeing the students meet and accomplish tough challenges. The different personalities of the characters. The delicious sounding and looking food and the art style. This volume also shows off big corporations versus small businesses, and I really enjoyed seeing how that was tackled. I don't know when i'll finally catch up in this series, it' I am still very much loving Food Wars! Getting to know the characters more. This volume even brought back a character from volume 1 I completely forgot about. Seeing the students meet and accomplish tough challenges. The different personalities of the characters. The delicious sounding and looking food and the art style. This volume also shows off big corporations versus small businesses, and I really enjoyed seeing how that was tackled. I don't know when i'll finally catch up in this series, it'll be awhile i'm sure as i'm so far behind, but I am very much looking forward to doing so!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Annie

    Once again I read this in one overnight sitting.. Throughly enjoyed this one as it starts out with the pressures of competing in a buffet environment then heads back to Soma's home town where he needs to work to bring the street market customers back who have found a new delicacy in his absence - never have I craved omelette or fried chicken so much before.. Pretty cool story!! Once again I read this in one overnight sitting.. Throughly enjoyed this one as it starts out with the pressures of competing in a buffet environment then heads back to Soma's home town where he needs to work to bring the street market customers back who have found a new delicacy in his absence - never have I craved omelette or fried chicken so much before.. Pretty cool story!!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sophie Crane

    It's just as crazy and over the top as the anime! It's just as crazy and over the top as the anime!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jaine

    Really exciting!!!

  12. 4 out of 5

    DonutKnow

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Chicken and rice ❤️ Best combo ever 🤤🤤🤤

  13. 5 out of 5

    Yee

    https://chyneyee.com/2015/11/22/food-... The second part of the volume is about Soma's hometown which definitely something different and feel refresh after several volumes "trapped" in the institute. A few new characters introduced in this volume and a big surprise about Erina which brings the story to another different level. https://chyneyee.com/2015/11/22/food-... The second part of the volume is about Soma's hometown which definitely something different and feel refresh after several volumes "trapped" in the institute. A few new characters introduced in this volume and a big surprise about Erina which brings the story to another different level.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Wing Kee

    Nice little change of pace but still the same stuff. World: Solid art for the genre. The world building is good this time, we go back to the start and it's a good thing. There is a sense of nostalgia and that the world is not just the school but bigger. Story: The change in locale after the camp was nice. It's a good breather after all the competition which was getting a bit repetitive. Sure, it's still the same thing but the stakes feels a hit better and the meta narrative of gentrification is Nice little change of pace but still the same stuff. World: Solid art for the genre. The world building is good this time, we go back to the start and it's a good thing. There is a sense of nostalgia and that the world is not just the school but bigger. Story: The change in locale after the camp was nice. It's a good breather after all the competition which was getting a bit repetitive. Sure, it's still the same thing but the stakes feels a hit better and the meta narrative of gentrification is a good one. Characters: It was nice to focus on a few less, sure there was not a lot of depth but more interactions between specific characters like Nikumi and the other woman. I'm sorry I'm terrible with names but there was more interaction with Soma from them and I enjoyed it quite a bit. Onward to the next book!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Raquel Evans

    A good continuation from the cliffhanger at the end of the previous book.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Nick Sweet

    When I first found out about this manga series, I was unsure how to feel about a slice of life story revolving around cooking. However, once I started reading this series, I was hooked. Food Wars follows the story of hero Soma, who is booted from his family restaurant to attend an elite academy for the culinary arts. Soma meets many interesting cooks along the way, and the manga in addition to showing the cooking process also includes recipes for the cook in the family who may want to try out th When I first found out about this manga series, I was unsure how to feel about a slice of life story revolving around cooking. However, once I started reading this series, I was hooked. Food Wars follows the story of hero Soma, who is booted from his family restaurant to attend an elite academy for the culinary arts. Soma meets many interesting cooks along the way, and the manga in addition to showing the cooking process also includes recipes for the cook in the family who may want to try out the food seen in the manga. For me, I would recommend the book over the anime series, as the story is more fleshed out and interesting, with the little extras of the recipes. A great read for any slice of life manga fan.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Steven Romero

    The camp is finally finished! Souma decided to go back to his town. The bento shop at the local shopping district is having a problem with his sales due to the sudden boom of a new karaage shop at the in-station stores. Souma finds a way how to fight the invading force of this new shop with Nikumi to reclaim the former customers of the local shopping district! During the final challege of the camp, the mysterious girl at the end of the last volume reveals herself as Erina-sama's cousin! Nakiri Al The camp is finally finished! Souma decided to go back to his town. The bento shop at the local shopping district is having a problem with his sales due to the sudden boom of a new karaage shop at the in-station stores. Souma finds a way how to fight the invading force of this new shop with Nikumi to reclaim the former customers of the local shopping district! During the final challege of the camp, the mysterious girl at the end of the last volume reveals herself as Erina-sama's cousin! Nakiri Alice! The ship is sailiiiiiiiing~! Kurase from the first volume makes her grand comeback making her a key character on this volume!

  18. 5 out of 5

    MC

    I really think this edition was fun, with the emphasis on Nikumi and Soma's childhood friend, Mayumi. Though since I adore Megumi and she wasn't here much, it wasn't as enjoyable to me as the other volumes. Still, it was nice to read something with high stakes for the characters, but sort of not the personal high stakes. So the tension was slightly less. So there was good too, despite Megumi's absence from the main plot. The Fall Classic is coming up, which is the next big event in the manga, so I really think this edition was fun, with the emphasis on Nikumi and Soma's childhood friend, Mayumi. Though since I adore Megumi and she wasn't here much, it wasn't as enjoyable to me as the other volumes. Still, it was nice to read something with high stakes for the characters, but sort of not the personal high stakes. So the tension was slightly less. So there was good too, despite Megumi's absence from the main plot. The Fall Classic is coming up, which is the next big event in the manga, so that's good. Almost caught up to the anime I saw months ago.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lara

    I feel like this series is getting better and better as it focuses more and more on the characters (love Megumi and Nikumi!) and their relationships and less and less on the foodgasm gag and the fan service. Also, the humor! I love how there's a whole table tennis battle at the end, and right in the middle there's a little box that says--Note: Food Wars! is a Cooking Manga. And as the battle rages on--Note: seriously, Food Wars! is a Cooking Manga. Ha! Well, I thought it was funny anyway... I feel like this series is getting better and better as it focuses more and more on the characters (love Megumi and Nikumi!) and their relationships and less and less on the foodgasm gag and the fan service. Also, the humor! I love how there's a whole table tennis battle at the end, and right in the middle there's a little box that says--Note: Food Wars! is a Cooking Manga. And as the battle rages on--Note: seriously, Food Wars! is a Cooking Manga. Ha! Well, I thought it was funny anyway...

  20. 4 out of 5

    Mike

    Quick thoughts: Good conclusion to the camp storyline, along with a nice interlude involving a visit home leading directly into some complications back at school. The cast is diverse and well defined, both in strengths and weaknesses, making this a blast to read despite the absurdity of some elements.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Brandi (Brandi Janee's Bookshelf)

    *4.5 stars* I'm flying through these so fast. Continuously entertaining! With the introductions of new characters comes new problems and the chance for Soma (along with some others) to prove his abilities, adaptability, and willingness to learn. Seriously considering just buying what out in English right now because I can't put these down. That's how good they are! *4.5 stars* I'm flying through these so fast. Continuously entertaining! With the introductions of new characters comes new problems and the chance for Soma (along with some others) to prove his abilities, adaptability, and willingness to learn. Seriously considering just buying what out in English right now because I can't put these down. That's how good they are!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mehsi

    4.5 stars.

  23. 4 out of 5

    James

    Gives some very interesting food ideas.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Claire

    What was with all the ping pong? I loved Soma's Karaage idea. That was great! What was with all the ping pong? I loved Soma's Karaage idea. That was great!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ben Truong

    Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma!, Vol. 5 continues where the previous tankōbon left off and contains the next nine chapters (31–39) of the on-going manga series with one bonus story. Sōma Yukihira's initial try at a breakfast soufflé fails to attract customers as it does not hold its shape, but he improvises and completes the task. He meets Alice Nakiri, Erina Nakiri's cousin and rival. Gin Dōjima and the Tōtsuki alumni host a dinner party to celebrate the students who have survived the camp. Sōma m Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma!, Vol. 5 continues where the previous tankōbon left off and contains the next nine chapters (31–39) of the on-going manga series with one bonus story. Sōma Yukihira's initial try at a breakfast soufflé fails to attract customers as it does not hold its shape, but he improvises and completes the task. He meets Alice Nakiri, Erina Nakiri's cousin and rival. Gin Dōjima and the Tōtsuki alumni host a dinner party to celebrate the students who have survived the camp. Sōma misses the bus back to the academy and ends up riding with Erina. During the school break, Sōma returns home to find that the local market district businesses are declining because of a train station booth that sells fast-food fried chicken. Enlisting the help of childhood friend Mayumi Kurase and Ikumi Mito, Sōma makes a chicken dish that revives the business. Satoshi Isshiki informs the Polaris Dormitory residents about the next big event, the Fall Classic. Council member and culinary consultant Etsuya Eizan recruits Sōma to join his business, but he refuses. This tankōbon is written by Yūto Tsukuda and illustrated by Shun Saeki. It concludes the Friendship and Team Building Cooking Camp story arc with the conclusion of the breakfast event. The school break story is a nice transitional vignette to bridge the two major events rather nicely. The reader gets introduced to Sōma Yukihira's background some more and are introduced to his childhood friends in s Mayumi Kurase and Ikumi Mito. The Fall Classic seems like an interesting arc and looking forward to the progress. All in all, Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma, Vol. 5 is a wonderful continuation to a series that seems really intriguing and I can't wait to read more.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Nick

    This volume was the text version of the first anime episode that i had seen of this series. It features a grueling exercise that a chef friend informed me has a basis in reality, as chefs are tested in an environment simulating different restaurant environments. In this one, the students have to create huge amounts of breakfast food, and are graded based on how many "customers" pick up and eat a serving of what they create. After that, there is a "vacation" trip home to try to rescue the neighbo This volume was the text version of the first anime episode that i had seen of this series. It features a grueling exercise that a chef friend informed me has a basis in reality, as chefs are tested in an environment simulating different restaurant environments. In this one, the students have to create huge amounts of breakfast food, and are graded based on how many "customers" pick up and eat a serving of what they create. After that, there is a "vacation" trip home to try to rescue the neighborhood where the main charaacter was raised, and a ping pong game so fierce that the note keeps appearing that "Food Wars is a cooking manga." A fun volume for the time away from the fierce competition at the cooking school, and as usual, the recipes included seem very tempting.

  27. 5 out of 5

    David

    The field-trip/training-camp is over and the students get to take a bit of a break. Souma decides to go back home and air out his family's diner, but as is his wont, gets pulled into a rivalry with fried chicken chain store at a newly-opened train station. He reels in the help of Mito Nikumi, his first shokugeki rival, and the other street shop owners and puts up a fight. It's fun to read as it's different from the volumes before. Maybe there's an underlying message here, to support your local s The field-trip/training-camp is over and the students get to take a bit of a break. Souma decides to go back home and air out his family's diner, but as is his wont, gets pulled into a rivalry with fried chicken chain store at a newly-opened train station. He reels in the help of Mito Nikumi, his first shokugeki rival, and the other street shop owners and puts up a fight. It's fun to read as it's different from the volumes before. Maybe there's an underlying message here, to support your local shops and not just the big chain stores.

  28. 4 out of 5

    E.S.

    Loved the creator's constant comments that reassured readers during the ping pong battle between Isshiki and Megumi that this was a cooking manga. I still really appreciate the recipes. That shit gets me so pumped. This manga continues to be ridiculous and while the concept is kind of repetitive, I've never found this series to be boring. WAITING ON SEASON 2 TO COME OUT ON CRUNCHYROLL IN JULY. *intensity intensifies* Loved the creator's constant comments that reassured readers during the ping pong battle between Isshiki and Megumi that this was a cooking manga. I still really appreciate the recipes. That shit gets me so pumped. This manga continues to be ridiculous and while the concept is kind of repetitive, I've never found this series to be boring. WAITING ON SEASON 2 TO COME OUT ON CRUNCHYROLL IN JULY. *intensity intensifies*

  29. 4 out of 5

    Scott Lee

    I really enjoyed seeing the manga take Soma--and a few other characters--out of Totsuki to have them face some challenges besides the various assignments and shokugeki that they've confronted so far. The different nature of this volume's "Fantastic Fried Chicken" story line, which focuses on Soma returning to the Yukuhira restaurant and facing a challenge back home that goes beyond the kitchen to encompass other business challenges was a nice expansion of what's happened so far in volumes 1-4. I really enjoyed seeing the manga take Soma--and a few other characters--out of Totsuki to have them face some challenges besides the various assignments and shokugeki that they've confronted so far. The different nature of this volume's "Fantastic Fried Chicken" story line, which focuses on Soma returning to the Yukuhira restaurant and facing a challenge back home that goes beyond the kitchen to encompass other business challenges was a nice expansion of what's happened so far in volumes 1-4.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Yuna

    A filler/setup volume so the substance felt more preparatory than complete. The side story to save the street market was cute for being so divergent, and I liked seeing Ikumi again. Wish the volume would've picked one new rival to focus on instead of two. I'm more intrigued by Alice Nakiri than the second-year guy who's name I already forgot. A filler/setup volume so the substance felt more preparatory than complete. The side story to save the street market was cute for being so divergent, and I liked seeing Ikumi again. Wish the volume would've picked one new rival to focus on instead of two. I'm more intrigued by Alice Nakiri than the second-year guy who's name I already forgot.

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