Fermat no Ryōri Manga by Yūgo Kobayashi Gets Live-Action Series in October

(Last Updated On: August 4, 2023)

TBS has recently revealed exciting news about its forthcoming live-action series based on Yūgo Kobayashi’s Fermat no Ryōri manga.

Premiering on TBS this October, the show will feature Fumiya Takahashi and Jun Shison as the leads, portraying Gaku Kitada and Kai Asakura, respectively.

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Directing the series will be a talented trio: Yasuharu Ishii, Shunichi Hirano, and Maiko Iuchi, while Yūsuke Watanabe and Kisa Miura have crafted the scripts.

Fermat no Ryōri Manga

The manga’s captivating storyline revolves around Gaku Kitada, a brilliant mathematics scholar, and Kai Asakura, an equally gifted young chef. Their paths intertwine when Gaku faces setbacks in his mathematical pursuits and stumbles upon Kai and his thriving culinary venture. Together, they embark on an enthralling journey of exploration and reinvention.

Kobayashi’s Fermat no Ryōri originally debuted in Kodansha’s Monthly Shonen Magazine back in September 2018, and the manga has continued to captivate readers ever since. The third compiled volume, published in May 2022, has only added to its popularity.

Notably, Kobayashi’s other work, Aoashi, published in Shogakukan’s Weekly Big Comic Spirits in January 2015, also stands as a testament to the author’s storytelling prowess. The manga’s intriguing concept, developed by Naohiko Ueno, led to a successful television anime adaptation that hit the screens in April 2022, with Crunchyroll providing a streaming platform for its global audience.

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With such a talented team and a captivating source material, fans eagerly anticipate the live-action rendition of Fermat no Ryōri, poised to deliver an unforgettable and enticing television experience.


Source | Comic Natalie

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Mizo Lalthanmawia, from Mizoram, is a K-pop and K-drama fan who channels her passion for Korean culture into her part-time writing, aiming to captivate readers with her stories just as she's been captivated by Korean art.

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