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For Kenji's birthday Shiro gifts a trip together to Kyoto, but the lawyer's uncharacteristic spree has the easygoing hair stylist fearing the worst. Also in this volume, "brownies" enter Shiro's lexicon and repertoire. For Kenji's birthday Shiro gifts a trip together to Kyoto, but the lawyer's uncharacteristic spree has the easygoing hair stylist fearing the worst. Also in this volume, "brownies" enter Shiro's lexicon and repertoire.


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For Kenji's birthday Shiro gifts a trip together to Kyoto, but the lawyer's uncharacteristic spree has the easygoing hair stylist fearing the worst. Also in this volume, "brownies" enter Shiro's lexicon and repertoire. For Kenji's birthday Shiro gifts a trip together to Kyoto, but the lawyer's uncharacteristic spree has the easygoing hair stylist fearing the worst. Also in this volume, "brownies" enter Shiro's lexicon and repertoire.

30 review for What Did You Eat Yesterday?, Volume 8

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mir

    A disparate set of stories and some new foods, including salt rice malt, which I'd never heard of. I may try the simple-sounding chilled vegetables with dashi. There was one chapter that made me quite sad: Shiro takes Kenji to Kyoto for the weekend. Kenji is so happy to be doing something romantic with his partner that he literally cries -- but he ends up not enjoying it because it is so out of character for Shiro that he suspects Shiro is doing it to soften a blow, like preparing to break up wit A disparate set of stories and some new foods, including salt rice malt, which I'd never heard of. I may try the simple-sounding chilled vegetables with dashi. There was one chapter that made me quite sad: Shiro takes Kenji to Kyoto for the weekend. Kenji is so happy to be doing something romantic with his partner that he literally cries -- but he ends up not enjoying it because it is so out of character for Shiro that he suspects Shiro is doing it to soften a blow, like preparing to break up with him. What a sad commentary on their relationship.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Loz

    Still adoring this low stakes focus on daily life and food. I love the characters and the art. Truly a favorite of mine.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lara

    Hahaha, Kenji's reaction to the trip Shiro's taken him on! It was fun getting to see Kenji with his family too. And I love that they make brownies--brownies are the best! Although adding rum raisins to them...eh??? Hahaha, Kenji's reaction to the trip Shiro's taken him on! It was fun getting to see Kenji with his family too. And I love that they make brownies--brownies are the best! Although adding rum raisins to them...eh???

  4. 4 out of 5

    Nina

    Oh, to eat brownies for the first time. I hope Shiro gets to visit Kenji's family too sometime. :) Oh, to eat brownies for the first time. I hope Shiro gets to visit Kenji's family too sometime. :)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Grazielle Ernestine

    Xmas 🎄🎁🎅🏻 and NY 🎇🎆episodes are full of love and cozy joy 😌 and best of all, Shiro’s dad is okay 🙏🏻 love the part where Kenji finally does the cooking 👨🏻‍🍳🥘

  6. 5 out of 5

    Rachel (TheShadesofOrange)

    4.0 Stars ' Cute, funny and mouth watering as always. Loved the brownies & the trip to Kyoto. 4.0 Stars ' Cute, funny and mouth watering as always. Loved the brownies & the trip to Kyoto.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sherry

    I loved their trip to Kyôto, although it was quite sad to learn about the more serious reason for the trip. 2021 sidenote: I decided in January to finally continue reading this series this year and have resolved for myself to point out one thing that I especially liked for every volume. There usually is more than one thing that I enjoy but I want to try to pick out and focus on one and see how it goes for me.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Moriah Venable

    I liked the trip to Kyoto but Kenji couldn't enjoy it because he was worried that this out of character idea was to soften a blow of a break up. I was glad when Shiro confessed the reason for the trip. Kenji could relax. They made brownies! Wouldn't have thought of putting rum raisins in it. Their self control of not eating brownies the night they made them is amazing I liked the trip to Kyoto but Kenji couldn't enjoy it because he was worried that this out of character idea was to soften a blow of a break up. I was glad when Shiro confessed the reason for the trip. Kenji could relax. They made brownies! Wouldn't have thought of putting rum raisins in it. Their self control of not eating brownies the night they made them is amazing

  9. 5 out of 5

    Molly

    I absolutely enjoyed this book in the series. The relationship between Shiro and Kenji is becoming more clear and relatable. The food sounds so delicious. Yes I copied and pasted the review from the last volume but they deserve the same praises without spoilers.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Bee (BacchusVines)

    I like this one for the Kyoto chapter. Also, the recipes are wonderfully interesting.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    I love this series and I enjoyed this progression in the story. always so inspired to cook and eat after reading this.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    I like it.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jillian -always aspiring-

    Still not entirely feeling the relationship between Shiro and Kenji, unfortunately.

  14. 4 out of 5

    fiza

    Aaahhh the Kyoto trip was cute! I’m really hoping Shiro gets to meet Kenji’s family

  15. 4 out of 5

    Christine

    Very cute book! Wish I could have started with the beginning of the series, but this was what was in at the library. Also wish they had shown more drawings of Kyoto--I had gone as a teen and it would have been nice to see more.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    What did you Eat Yesterday? Vol. 8 by Fumi Yoshinaga is great at depicting the normalness of life. It really calms a reader I think to delve into something like this and to take a break from our own lives. Also as with the other volumes the recipes in here are again fabulous. These are unique I think because you can read these in two ways. One can be a cookbook with some interesting conversation in between. Or you can read it as a good show with some really good food recipes as a commercial of s What did you Eat Yesterday? Vol. 8 by Fumi Yoshinaga is great at depicting the normalness of life. It really calms a reader I think to delve into something like this and to take a break from our own lives. Also as with the other volumes the recipes in here are again fabulous. These are unique I think because you can read these in two ways. One can be a cookbook with some interesting conversation in between. Or you can read it as a good show with some really good food recipes as a commercial of sorts. Either way they are fun but be prepared to get very hungry as you read them.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Miss Susan

    okay i mostly talk about the food porn when it comes to this series (it's just so good! ;_;) but i just want to say, shiro and kenji are like the embodiment of #relationshipgoals they are such comfortable middle aged marrieds, i hope in five years i've got someone i can chill and cook with a lot i say five years to give myself a chance to learn how to cook first :') anyways. this is the nicest calmest slice of life food porn on the market; you should definitely read it if that sounds like a thing y okay i mostly talk about the food porn when it comes to this series (it's just so good! ;_;) but i just want to say, shiro and kenji are like the embodiment of #relationshipgoals they are such comfortable middle aged marrieds, i hope in five years i've got someone i can chill and cook with a lot i say five years to give myself a chance to learn how to cook first :') anyways. this is the nicest calmest slice of life food porn on the market; you should definitely read it if that sounds like a thing you'd be into 4 stars

  18. 5 out of 5

    Patrice Sartor

    Most of what I love about the series continues in the 8th installment. I learned about salted rice malt, and Shiro learns about brownies. Shiro and Kenji celebrate Kenji's birthday. I still notice the odd way some of the characters react about the couple's homosexuality, but I'm less bugged by it. I figure maybe it is just a cultural thing. Most of what I love about the series continues in the 8th installment. I learned about salted rice malt, and Shiro learns about brownies. Shiro and Kenji celebrate Kenji's birthday. I still notice the odd way some of the characters react about the couple's homosexuality, but I'm less bugged by it. I figure maybe it is just a cultural thing.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sophie

    Another great installment of this slice-of-life manga - I love how Yoshinaga can make this couple seem so real! This volume sees Shiro and Kenji experience death, children, and experiment with Western cooking!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Deanne

    I am in love with this series. The author does a wonderful job making these people seem real. When I read this series I feel like the friend that is always over.

  21. 5 out of 5

    jillbertini

    I love this entire series. This one had a recipe for brownies and the reaction of the characters was adorable!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Brian

    This is the last book I may read of this series for a while. There's one more that I have to get that's in the US, but the next doesn't come out till next year. It was pretty much more of the same. This is the last book I may read of this series for a while. There's one more that I have to get that's in the US, but the next doesn't come out till next year. It was pretty much more of the same.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Lori

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  24. 4 out of 5

    Basht

    That ending though...

  25. 5 out of 5

    Russell Grant

    Continues to be good and worth reading.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lara

    I really enjoy learning so much about Japanese cuisine in such a fun way. I'm getting very attached to both Shiro and Kenji. I really enjoy learning so much about Japanese cuisine in such a fun way. I'm getting very attached to both Shiro and Kenji.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Cat

    shiro is getting more thoughtful and I am proud of him.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen

    Everything looks delicious! I want to try some of the recipes.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    It made me sad that Shiro’s parents uninvited Kenji to their New Years celebration. Otherwise, I really enjoyed this volume. Their brownie recipe seems a little complicated, though.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ken Yuen

    I was delighted to learn Shiro discovering brownies, but then they added raisins...

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