From the James Tripee Award Winning author, Fumi Yoshinaga, comes a casual romance between two 40-year-old men and the many meals they share together.
Shino and Shuhei deal with busybodies worried about their health. Tabuchi figures out how make his latest girlfriend try new things in the kitchen. Shiro and Kenji meet up with Kohinata and Wataru to ring in the new year... but as the quartet of friends get older they learn to be more practical in their celebrations. And Kenji’s boss makes a surprising decision for the future of the salon...!
About the Author
Over the past decade few female comic artists have been as beloved as Fumi Yoshinaga. Born in Tokyo, Japan in 1971, Yoshinaga is a graduate of the prestigious Keio University of Tokyo. A lifelong comic artist and story teller, she made her perfessional debut in 1994 with her short series, The Moon and the Sandals, serialized in Hanaoto magazine, but was previously a participant in many indie comic and fanzine conventions.
Since her debut Yoshinaga has been 16 series, a few of which have been adapted into motion pictures and animated TV series. Her work on Antique Bakery sent her into international fame and she has been nominated for the Eisner Award for her titles - Flowers of Life and Ooku-The Inner Chamber. Of Yoshinaga's many works, several have been licensed internationally. She recently exhibited her work in the United States with the touring gallery "Shōjo Manga: Girl Power!" (Vancouver, Sacramento, New York, Chicago, Boston).
“In terms of its characters, What Did You Eat Yesterday? impresses. Shiro and Kenji are likable characters who spend their days cooking, bantering, and helping each other cope with aging. Their antics are frequently amusing, and Yoshinaga does a good job capturing the sort of compassionate and humor-filled rapport common to many older couples.” — AiPT!