From recipes from your favorite anime to traditional Japanese recipes, these cookbooks got you covered. We gathered the most popular fandom (anime, manga, video game, tv show) cookbooks that would make a great gift for any aspiring or season cooks!
Anime Cookbook: A Fascinating Book That Offers You Many Recipes To Make Dish And Illustrations Of Anime
Inside this cookbook, there are a lot of images of Anime characters with many attractive dishes. Especially, you will be given the recipes on each dish on each page which shows you the way to make delicious food.
Avatar The Last Airbender The Official Cookbook and Apron Gift Set (Hardcover)
Packaged with an exclusive apron, this gift set is the perfect present for any Avatar: The Last Airbender fan.
Bake Anime: 75 Sweet Recipes Spotted In―and Inspired by―Your Favorite Anime (A Cookbook)
Recreate the tasty desserts you’ve seen in your favorite anime series with this accessible, approachable, and most importantly, delicious recipe book, perfect for Anime fans of any age.
Cook Anime: Eat Like Your Favorite Character―From Bento to Yakisoba: A Cookbook
Learn to recreate delicious dishes referenced in over 500 of your favorite anime series with this practical guide to anime food.
Donabe: Classic and Modern Japanese Clay Pot Cooking
A beautiful and lavishly photographed cookbook focused on authentic Japanese clay-pot cooking, showcasing beloved recipes and updates on classics, with background on the origins and history of donabe.
Easy Bento Cookbook: 365 Days of Traditional Japanese Lunchbox Recipes
Create your own Bento lunch boxes effortlessly with these 110 easy and original meals, directly from the recipes book of expert Japanese chef and mom, Sarah Ōtagawa.
Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma Cookbook: A Fascinating Book That Offers You Many Recipes To Make Dish And Illustrations Of Food Wars!
If you have true love Food Wars! and want o experience something new, come check out and grab this cookbook.
Gudetama: The Official Cookbook: Recipes for Living a Lazy Life
Inspired by everyone’s favorite egg with the can’t-be-bothered attitude, Gudetama: The Official Cookbook is an illustrated cookbook celebrating lazy living and easy cooking, with fun and delicious recipes from classic dishes to comfort meals.
Japanese Cookbook for Beginners: 2 Books in 1, Sushi Cookbook + Ramen Cookbook, Quick and Easy Japanese Recipes to Make a Perfect Dinner at Home
Master How to Make Sushi, Ramen and Much More at Home with Easy to Follow Step by Step Instructions.
Where to buyPurchase Japanese Cookbook for Beginners: 2 Books in 1, Sushi Cookbook + Ramen Cookbook, Quick and Easy Japanese Recipes to Make a Perfect Dinner at Home onAmazon (external link)Purchase Japanese Cookbook for Beginners: 2 Books in 1, Sushi Cookbook + Ramen Cookbook, Quick and Easy Japanese Recipes to Make a Perfect Dinner at Home onBookshop (external link)
My Pokemon Cookbook and Apron Gift Set (Hardcover)
My Pokemon Cookbook and Apron Gift Set contains My Pokemon Cookbook: Delicious Recipes Inspired by Pikachu and Friends, written by Victoria Rosenthal, as well as an exclusive official Pokemon apron.
Oishisou!! The Ultimate Anime Dessert Cookbook: Over 60 Recipes for Anime-Inspired Sweets & Treats
Snack your way through the colorful world of anime with over sixty delicious dessert recipes inspired by your favorite Japanese animated shows and movies.
Otaku Food!: Japanese Soul Food Inspired by Anime and Pop Culture
Experience the World of Japanese Pop Culture Through a Whole New Medium–Japanese Food! With dishes inspired by otaku culture, this cookbook brings Japanese anime and manga to chefs of all levels.
Studio Ghibli Cookbook: Unofficial Recipes Inspired by Spirited Away, Ponyo, and More!
Create delicious dishes from My Neighbor Totoro, Howl’s Moving Castle, and more with this cookbook inspired by the stunning worlds of Studio Ghibli!
The Anime Chef Cookbook: 75 Iconic Dishes from Your Favorite Anime
Bring your favorite anime foods to life with 75 recipes–from traditional Japanese favorites to inventive recreations–that are easy to make, fun, and delicious.
The Geeky Bartender Drinks Cookbook (Hardcover)
Featuring over 70 nerdy recipes for both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages as realistically imagined by Cassandra Reeder, aka The Geeky Chef. The Geeky Bartender Drinks is your chance to sip your way through your favorite sci-fi and fantasy worlds—Game of Thrones, Legend of Zelda, Star Trek, and more.
The Geeky Chef Cookbook (Hardcover)
Eat your way through the most legendary foods from the worlds of science fiction, fantasy, and more, with over 70 recipes of the most delicious and nerdiest eats as realistically imagined by Cassandra Reeder aka The Geeky Chef.
The Manga Cookbook Vol. 2: More Popular and Delicious Japanese Dishes!
The Manga Cookbook 2 brings you a brand-new selection of recipes for meals you often see in manga and anime, including omurice (rice-filled omelette), yakisoba (grilled noodles), saba shioyaki (grilled salted mackerel), okayu (porridge) and Japanese-style curry.
The Ultimate Final Fantasy XIV Cookbook: The Essential Culinarian Guide to Hydaelyn
Journey through the rich culinary landscape of FINAL FANTASY XIV. Featuring favorite flavors from across Hydaelyn and Norvrandt and easy-to-follow instructions, this tome provides numerous tips on how to make the most of your ingredients.
Tokyo Stories: A Japanese Cookbook
Tokyo Stories is a journey through the boulevards and backstreets of Tokyo via recipes both iconic and unexpected.
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About Japanese Cooking
Japanese cuisine encompasses the regional and traditional foods of Japan. The traditional cuisine of Japan is based on rice with miso soup and other dishes; there is an emphasis on seasonal ingredients. Side dishes often consist of fish, pickled vegetables, and vegetables cooked in broth. Seafood is common, often grilled, but also served raw as sashimi or in sushi. Seafood and vegetables are also deep-fried in a light batter, as tempura. Apart from rice, a staple includes noodles, such as soba and udon. Japan also has many simmered dishes, such as fish products in broth called oden, or beef in sukiyaki and nikujaga. You can read more about Japanese Cuisine on Wikipedia.
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