Mitsuhiro Oikawa Cast in Live-Action Fermat no Ryōri Series

The official Twitter account for the live-action adaptation of Yūgo Kobayashi’s manga series “Fermat no Ryōri” (Cuisson dans le Fermat or Fermat’s Cuisine) recently unveiled a new cast member and a striking poster visual this past Saturday.

Mitsuhiro Oikawa (featured below) has been chosen to portray Kagekatsu Saimon, the distinguished school chairman overseeing the elite institution attended by our protagonist, Gaku.

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In the leading roles, we have Fumiya Takahashi (left in the image below) and Jun Shison (right), who will be portraying Gaku Kitada and Kai Asakura, respectively.

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Furthermore, Fūka Koshiba (seen below) has been cast as the talented female chef Ranna Akamatsu.

Completing this stellar ensemble are other noteworthy cast members, including Tōru Nakamura as Katsuhiro Shibuya, Rihito Itagaki as Magoroku Inui, Sei Shiraishi as Ayu Uomi, and Emma Miyazawa as Nene Fukuda.

Mark your calendars, as the series is set to make its debut on TBS in the forthcoming month of October.

The manga’s narrative revolves around the journey of Gaku Kitada, a gifted mathematics scholar, and Kai Asakura, a young and equally gifted culinary artist. Following Gaku’s setbacks in his pursuit of becoming a mathematician, fate leads him to cross paths with Kai, who is running his own food business. Together, they embark on a new and exciting venture.

Kobayashi initiated the manga’s serialization in Kodansha’s Monthly Shonen Magazine in September 2018. Notably, the third compiled volume of the manga was released by Kodansha in May 2022, with the fourth volume slated for publication on September 28.

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Additionally, Kobayashi introduced the manga “Aoashi” in Shogakukan’s Weekly Big Comic Spirits magazine in January 2015. This manga, based on an original story concept by Naohiko Ueno, served as the inspiration for a television anime that premiered in April 2022. Crunchyroll provided streaming services for the anime during its broadcast.


Sources | Fermat no Ryōri live-action series’ Twitter account (link 2), Comic Natalie

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