List of Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma chapters
|No.||Title||Japanese release||English release|
Hate naki kōya (果て無き荒野)
|April 4, 2013 |
|August 5, 2014|
|At Yukihira Family Restaurant, teenager Soma Yukihira aspires to someday beat his father Joichiro in a cook-off. A woman tries to persuade Soma to sell their property so her clients can build a high rise. She challenges Soma to cook for her a meat dish, but she has the place vandalized and the meat spoiled. Soma improvizes a near-meat dish that overwhelms her in taste. Later, Joichiro closes the restaurant to go on a worldwide cooking tour, and has Soma enroll in Totsuki Saryo Culinary Institute, an elite cooking academy.
Erina Nakiri, the valedictorian of Totsuki's junior high and a member of Totsuki's Council of Ten Masters, presides over the transfer student entrance exam and has candidates cook an egg dish that would satisfy her. While other candidates flee because of Erina's reputation of being the nation's top food critic, Soma cooks a furikake dish that Erina discovers she really enjoys. However, because Soma is a commoner, she fails him anyway. At the school's entrance ceremony, Soma appears as the sole transfer student representative and declares he will aspire to be the top student in his class, angering his classmates, and shocking Erina. In his first class, Soma is paired with Megumi Tadokoro, a shy girl who ranked at the bottom of her class and is on academic probation. Although some of their classmates sabotage Soma and Megumi's beef bourguignon, Soma is able to save the dish and the teacher gives them a top grade.The bonus story was the one-shot that originally ran in Jump Next's 2012 issue where Erina, a top student and teacher at the academy, has the student Soma compete in a cook-off against one of her top student chefs. The side story briefly covers the perspective of Soma's childhood friend Mayu Kurase, who has been admiring Soma from a distance.
|2||The Ice Queen and the Spring Storm|
Kōri no joō to haru no arashi (氷の女王と春の嵐)
|June 4, 2013 |
|October 7, 2014|
|Soma goes to Polaris Dormitory where he uses leftovers to cook a mackerel burger to satisfy the dorm matron Fumio to secure a room. His dormmates have a welcome party. Satoshi Isshiki, an eccentric second-year student and the seventh seat on the Council of Ten, has Soma cook something for him; Soma makes a seer fish chazuke using the poêle (pan-seared) style. Isshiki explains to Soma what it takes to challenge for a seat on the Council of Ten, and how shokugeki battles work in general; meanwhile, Erina defeats the leader of the Chankonabe Society in such a battle. Soma visits the Donburi Bowl Research Society, on the verge of losing their club, and accepts a shokugeki battle against Ikumi Mito, a meat specialist. Mito cooks an A5 wagyu roti bowl, but Soma cooks a Chaliapin steak bowl, and wins the competition. Polaris's first-year students are invited to attend a Friendship & Team Building Cooking Camp, but it is reputed to be one of the main weeding out programs.|
|3||The Perfect Recette|
Shijō no rusetto (至上のルセット)
|August 2, 2013 |
|December 2, 2014|
|The first-year students attend the cooking camp at the Totsuki Resort, but they must pass the strict assignments of the Totsuki alumni, who can fire (and thus expel) students for any reason. Japanese cuisine alumni Hinako Inui has the students work in pairs to cook a dish using only ingredients found on the premises. Soma meets twin brothers Takumi Aldini and Isami Aldini, who had cooked at their uncle's restaurant in Italy. While the brothers cook a duck dish, Soma uses Megumi's cracker snacks to make breading for his fish. Hinako passes both pairs but declares their internal competition a draw. For the evening dishes, they have to prepare 50 servings of their dishes for the bodybuilding club and other athletic groups. Soma meets Gin Dojima, the head of the Totsuki Resort. The next day, Megumi is fired by alumni Kojiro Shinomiya, but Soma stands up for her and challenges Shinomiya to a shokugeki. The bonus story is Shun Saeki's debut work: High school boy Kobayakawa wants to confess to school beauty Yui Kawai, but when the time comes, he chickens out and says he has a crush on the other school beauty Asuka Kawashima. Yui volunteers to teach him how to romance Asuka. The side story covers the Aldini brothers when their uncle has them enroll in Totsuki.|
Sono omokage (その面影)
|September 4, 2013 |
|February 3, 2015|
|Gin Dojima arranges for the unofficial match between Soma and Shinomiya on the condition that Megumi be the head chef and that Soma can only serve the assistant. Using the leftover ingredients from the previous assignments of the day, Shinomiya makes a chou farci (cabbage roll), while Megumi makes a rainbow terrine made of preserved vegetables. Although the judges initially favor Shinomiya's dish, Dojima pitches an extra vote for Megumi's dish, telling Shinomiya that his cooking has become stagnant. Shinomiya tries Megumi's dish and is moved by memories of his mother, so the match is declared a draw, and Megumi is reinstated. The next major assignment is to prepare 200 servings of an egg dish to be accepted at a breakfast buffet where the judges are the resorts' ingredient suppliers, the chefs and service staff, and their families. While Takumi, Erina and Megumi complete serving their dishes, Soma has yet to start.|
|5||The Dancing Chef|
Odoru Ryōrinin (踊る料理人)
|December 4, 2013 |
|April 7, 2015|
|Soma's initial try at a breakfast souffle fails to attract customers as it does not hold its shape, but he improvises and completes the task. He meets Alice Nakiri, Erina's cousin and rival. Gin Dojima and the Totsuki alumni host a dinner party to celebrate the students who have survived the camp. Soma misses the bus back to the academy and ends up riding with Erina. During the school break, Soma returns home to find that the local market district businesses are declining because of a train station booth that sells fast-food fried chicken. Enlisting the help of childhood friend Mayumi and Ikumi Mito, Soma makes a chicken dish that revives the business. Satoshi informs the Polaris Dorm residents about the next big event, the Fall Classic. Council member and culinary consultant Etsuya Eizan recruits Soma to join his business, but Soma refuses. The bonus story has Yuki, Megumi and Soma cooking some pike fish that Miss Fumio received.|
|6||Memories of Battle|
Tatakai no kioku (斗いの記憶)
|February 4, 2014 |
|June 2, 2015|
|The participants for the Fall Classic are announced. Joichiro visits Polaris Dorm; he and Gin were famous alumni there. Joichiro and Soma have another cooking challenge with the theme being a breakfast dish that revitalizes someone who has pulled an all-nighter. With the Fall Classic preliminary contest subject being curry dishes, Soma and Megumi visit Professor Jun Shiomi and her assistant Akira Hayama to learn about ways to prepare the different curry spices. A month passes as the students prepare for the Classic. Dean Senzaemon explains that only four chefs from each of the two 30-person blocks will qualify for the Fall Classic main tournament. Eizan brings as the judges the twin granddaughters of one of the top curry food businesses, and the preliminaries are underway. In the side story, Soma visits the Donburi Bowl Society and brings a shaved ice machine.|
|April 4, 2014 |
|August 11, 2015|
|The students make curry dishes for the Fall Classic preliminaries. In Block B, Chinese cuisine specialist Miyoko Hojo does not like that Megumi won a shokugeki because of Soma's help. The panel of judges include some harsh critics who have been giving scores totaling under 50 out of a possible 100. Creepy stalker chef Nao Sadatsuka shocks the judges with a disgusting smelling but good tasting black laksa curry, scoring an 84. Nao's rival and Erina's aide Hisako Arato upstages her with a Si Wu Tang curry based on Chinese medicine and scores a 92. In Block A, Alice's aide Ryo Kurokiba scores a 93 with his French lobster curry. Ikumi Mito's dongpo pork curry bowl scores an 86; Ryoko Sakaki's bean curry with natto also scores an 86; Marui's potage blanc curry udon scores an 88; Zenji Marui's smoked curry scores an 88. In Block B, Yuki's duck cutlet curry scores an 86; Isami Aldini's calzone scores 87, tying Miyako Hojo's curry fried rice; Takumi Aldini's pasta embedded in parmesan cheese scores a 90. Alice's peculiar looking dish scores a 95, and Megumi's monkfish dobujiru curry scores an 88.|
|8||Put Your Heart Into It|
Kokorō o Nōseru (心をのせる)
|July 4, 2014 |
|October 6, 2015|
|Akira Hayama's fish-head curry soupe en croute (with a pot pie cover made of naan bread) scores a 94. Soma's curry risotto omurice scores a 93, but three of the five invididual scores were higher than Akira's. An unnamed student knocks Zenji Marui and Shun Ibusaki out of the competition. Polaris Dorm celebrates the first-years success at the preliminaries with a party. Satoshi Isshiki takes Soma and Megumi to help teach making fried pot stickers to a group of preschool-to-second grade kids. The first quarterfinals pits Soma against Alice with the theme being a bento. The day before the competition, Soma has Ryoko try out some of his trials. Alice presents temari (ball-shaped) sushi in her bento. Soma presents a seaweed-based bento, and is reminded of his past when he was helping deliver a bento to an elderly woman. In the side story, Erina and Alice visit a public pool, while the Polaris Dorm girls try to make do with a small inflatable one.|
"Gyoku" no sedai (『玉』の世代)
|September 4, 2014 |
|December 1, 2015|
|Soma wins over the judges with his bento, using a gastronomical technique to shape the seaweed into pearl-sized balls and adding kuzu sauce so it is like a treasure chest of flavors. In the second quarterfinals, Megumi Tadokoro and Ryo Kurokiba prepare ramen; both choose a seafood as their foundation, having worked in towns near ports. Ryo's soupe de poisson lobster ramen packs a punch, while Megumi's kozuyu chicken soy sauce ramen with scallop stock has a different impact. Ryo ultimately wins and advances. Soma meets Subaru Mimasaka, his upcoming opponent. The third quarterfinal match puts Hisako Arato against Akira Hayama with the theme of hamburgers. Akira uses a doner kebab as his meat, but Hisako makes hers out of a freshly butchered turtle.|
|10||Conditions For Battle|
Shōbu no jōken (勝負の条件)
|November 4, 2014 |
|February 2, 2016|
|Akira Hayama's kebab burger wins over the judges as he defeats Hisako Arato. Subaru Mimasaka insults Takumi's brother, provoking him into turning their quarterfinal match into a shokugeki in which Takumi wagers his mezzaluna knife. As Takumi prepares a lemon semifreddo dessert, Subaru prepares the same exact dish, having stalked Takumi's preparations and practices. Takumi is forced to change his recipe, pulling out his family's reserve olive oil, however, Subaru has even anticipated that move and counters it with preserved lemon zest for the win. Afterwards, Subaru plans to challenge Soma into wagering his kitchen knife in the semifinals, but Soma increases the stakes by wagering quitting being a chef against Subaru's 100 trophy knives, with the dish theme being beef stew. Student journalist Mitsuru Sotsuda wants to do an exclusive feature on Soma; he is initially declined, but later helps Soma taste test his creations. Soma tries to figure out how to make it better and resorts to asking Erina to taste test. The side story, Erina learns about shojo manga.|
|11||The Sun Always Rises|
Asa wa mata kuru (朝はまた来る)
|March 4, 2015 |
|April 5, 2016|
|After Erina refuses to taste Soma's dish, thinking it to be beneath her, Soma ponders her reaction, and comes up with a strategy. In the first semifinals, with some of the alumni from the cooking camp returning as judges, Soma prepares a beef stew based on oxtail, and Subaru quickly counters with his imitation and improvement. Mitsuru Sotsuda discovers that Subaru had hacked his computer to get his notes on Soma. However, Soma improvizes by bringing out a number of other meats and by preparing them in different ways. Subaru's dish impresses the judges, however, Soma's dish with the mix of meats is likened to enjoying a roller coaster at an amusement park, and the judges rule in favor of Soma. Despite losing, Subaru is asked by Soma to continue at the school but not to take away the chefs' pride anymore because ultimately the chef must continue cooking despite any setbacks and failures. The other semifinal match is a battle between two strong-willed aides: Akira Hayama and Ryo Kurokiba. Akira presents an apicius-style duck dish, while Ryo presents eel matelote. The judges split the vote 2-2, but when judge Sonoka Kikuchi cannot decide, Gin Dojima declares the match a draw and has both contestants advance to compete in a three-way finals.|
Gekkou no kioku (月光の記憶)
|April 3, 2015 |
|June 7, 2016|
|The theme for the Fall Classic finals is mackerel pike. Soma and Megumi visit a fish market and bump into Alice and Ryo. They have a brief contest over who can pick the better fresh fish, which Ryo wins. Soma ponders different aging strategies that could work to make up his comparative lack of experience in picking the fish using the methods from his Polaris Dorm roommates. The evening of the contest, the judges are announced to be Senzaemon Nakiri, Gin Dojima, and Alice's mother Leonora Nakiri. Ryo presents a pike cartoccio, a seafood pike dish wrapped in film which is comparable to acqua pazza. Akira presents a pike carpaccio, a dish that would normally serve as an appetizer. Soma presents a takikomi rice dish.|
|June 4, 2015 |
|August 2, 2016|
|Soma adds a ojiya to his takikomi rice dish. The judges select Akira Hayama to be the winner of the Fall Classic finals. Despite being runners-up, Soma and Ryo hang out with Akira to try to make his winning dish. The next assignment is called a stagiaire (intern or trainee) in which the first-year students work at different restaurants in the area doing minor chores such as waiting tables and washing dishes to prepping food, and must leave some sort of visible accomplishment at the place. Soma discovers that he and Hisako, who still feels unworthy to be Erina's aide, are going to be working together at a Western restaurant that gets an extremely high number of customers during certain periods. Although they get through the busy periods, they struggle to figure out how to leave a legacy there. Meanwhile, Megumi and Erina do their stagiaire at a French restaurant where Erina practically runs the place, Megumi worries about how she can leave her accomplishment. After scrapping an idea to reduce the menu size, Hisako and Soma convince the restaurant to implement a reservation-only system to best serve their customers, and with its success, they pass their stagiaire. Soma encourages Hisako to walk alongside Erina instead of following her. Soma's next stagiaire will be with Kojiro Shinomiya. In the bonus chapters, Isobe Isobee manga artist Ryo Nakama recreates Soma's entrance exam with Erina in his artwork. Takumi deals with bento offerings from interested girls. A story shows Fuyumi Mizuhara meeting Shinomiya for the first time and discovers he is a better cook than her even in her specialty of Italian food.|
|14||The Magician Returns!|
Majutsushi futatabi!! (魔術師再び─!!)
|August 4, 2015 |
|October 4, 2016|
|Soma's next stagiaire assignment is working for Kojiro Shinomiya to open his new branch restaurant in Tokyo, and in order to pass he needs to create something original that will stay with the restaurant. They have a pre-opening event in which they test run their items on the menu. Soma falls behind in his first pre-opening day, prompting the other workers to have to pick up the slack. However, the next day he catches up and improves, even getting to complete a dish beyond just prepping. On the final day, Kojiro invites his former classmates and teachers, as well as his mother. Kojiro's chefs then create their own works which have a chance of being added to the menu. Soma serves a roasted quail poele dish that he considers a chicken and egg rice bowl. Although Kojiro considers Soma's dish to be low quality, he makes his version of it to add to the menu, implying that Soma has passed. As some of the first-years complete their stagiaires, Soma returns to field a bevy of shokugeki challenges, including one from skewer specialist Tetsuji Kabutoyama. An event called the Momiji Meet and Greet lets the eight Fall Classic qualifiers to meet the Council members.|
|15||The Moon Festival|
|October 3, 2015 |
|December 6, 2016|
|During the meet and greet between the Council of Ten and the first-year Fall Classic main event participants, eighth seat member Terunori Kuga tells them they have a long way to go before they can think about challenging anyone on the Council, but this inspires the first-years more. When Kuga mentions he will consider shokugeki if they can beat them in any type of cooking-related contest, Soma enters a booth in the school's Moon Festival, placing it adjacent to Kuga's Chinese Food Research Society. He learns that Kuga specializes in Sichuan Cuisine, leading an army of cooks that make a addictively spicy but delicious mapo tofu. He also learns that if he does not turn a profit, he will be expelled. With Megumi helping him, he tries some ideas and gets Erina's feedback, and presents a food cart with black pepper buns for the first day of the festival. However, Kuga's massive booth makes a huge profit while Soma's booth ends up in the red, along with Team Shiomi (Alice, Ryo, and Akira). Soma learns that The bonus chapters show the first-years in normal student life situations.|
Toraware no joō (囚われの女王)
|January 4, 2016 |
|February 7, 2017|
|Soma expands his offerings to include noodles made from the same dough as the buns, and slowly climbs up the rankings in profits. On the fourth day, he rolls out a bunch of benches and takes advantage of the frustrated customers in line for Kuga's restaurant by offering a mapo tofu dish combined with a lion's head meatball with curry. The customers start to defect to Soma's booth, but as it gets crowded, Subaru Mimasaka comes to help, reproducing the dish. Ikumi Mito and Takumi Aldini also join in to support, and the food cart clinches first place for that day. Afterwards, second seater Rindo Kobayashi invites Soma to try out first seater Eishi Tsukasa's work. Meanwhile, Team Shiomi turns a profit finally when Alice 3d prints chocolate designs to go with Ryo and Akira's dishes. Erina is shocked when she receives a visit from her father Azami Nakiri, who was banished from Totsuki. Azami announces he has taken over the school as the new dean by majority vote by the Council. He dismisses Hisako as Erina's aide. The now-retired Senzaemon tells Soma about Erina's past and asks him to save his granddaughter.|
|17||Making an Example|
|March 4, 2016 |
|April 4, 2017|
|Senzaemon tells Sora to save Erina, who is restricted in her school activities and classes. Alice, Ryo, and Hisako help Erina escape and seek refuge at Polaris Dorm. Azama announces that all research societies and seminars are to be disbanded, and that the school will teach his curriculum from his organization known as Central. He orders the eviction of Polaris Dorm in ten days. Sora challenges Eizan to a shokukgeki, but Eizan has Sora watch his match against one of the societies where he has already bribed the judges to rule in Central's favor. While the other societies withdraw their challenges, Sora challenges Eizan anyway. The theme ingredient is Satsuma Jidori (free-range) chicken. Eizan sends people to evict Polaris immediately and is met with resistance. Eizan serves his Hainanese chicken rice.|
|18||Begin the Counterattack!|
Hangeki kaishi! ! (反撃開始！！)
|May 2, 2016 |
|June 6, 2017|
|Banking on the judges' curiosity, Sora presents chicken-wing pot stickers and persuades the judges to try them. The judges award Sora the match, thus canceling the eviction. As Polaris celebrates, Isshiki informs them that the societies can now challenge Central to be reinstated with fair judging. Azami visits the dorm as a Polaris alum, but instead of taking Erina back, he notes that he still has greater plans to rule. Erina is shocked to learn that Joichiro Saiba, the person she admired, is Sora's dad. After dismissing three Council members (including Isshiki), Central dispatches its Council members as well as its new recruits to battle in the society challenges. The Polaris students and friends scout the challenges. The next challenge is between Ryo Kurokiba and Central's recruit member, Rentaro Kusunoki.|
|19||Those Who Reach for the Top|
Itadaki o mezasu mono (頂を目指す者)
|July 4, 2016 |
|August 1, 2017|
Kōtteita omoi (凍っていた想い)
|September 2, 2016 |
|October 3, 2017|
|21||The Tōtsuki Train Departs|
Tōtsuki-ressha wa iku (遠月列車は行く)
|November 4, 2016 |
|December 5, 2017|
|22||Rematch With a Rival|
Raibaru to no Saisen (ライバルとの再戦)
|December 31, 2016 |
|February 6, 2018|
|23||He Who Opened A Path Through The Wasteland|
Kōya o Hiraku Mono (荒野を拓く者)
|March 3, 2017 |
|April 3, 2018|
|24||Welcome to the Final Battleground|
Yōkoso Kessen no Chi e (ようこそ決戦の地へ)
|May 2, 2017 |
|June 5, 2018|
|25||How the Drop-Outs Live|
Ochikobore no Ikikata (落ちこぼれの生き方)
|July 4, 2017 |
|August 7, 2018|
2nd BOUT (2nd BOUT)
|September 4, 2017 |
3rd BOUT (3rd BOUT)
|November 2, 2017 |
Ichinen bōzu (一年坊主)
|February 2, 2018 |
|29||Final Battle||May 2, 2018 |
|30||Their Approaches||July 4, 2018 |
|31||Tōtsuki Academy: Rebirth||September 4, 2018 |
|32||A Disturbing Visitor||December 4, 2018 |
Chapters not yet in tankōbon format
These chapters have yet to be published in a tankōbon volume.
- The Place Known as Yukihira (ゆきひらという場所 "Yukihira to Iu Basho")
- Predator and Prey (狙う者、狙われる者 "Nerau Mono, Nerawa Reru Mono")
- A Dying Chef (死にゆく料理人 "Shini Yuku Ryōrinin")
- A Last Supper (最後の晩餐 "Saigo no Bansan")
- A Chef's Price (料理人の価値 "Shefu no Puraisui")
- Conbini Wars (コンビニの合戦 "Konbini no Gassen")
- An Exceptional Set Menu (破格の定食 "Hakaku no Teishoku")
- I Want to be You (俺はお前になりたい "Ore wa Omae ni Naritai")
- Midnight Evolution (真夜中の真価 "Mayonaka no Shinka")
- Superhuman Chefs (異能の料理人 "Inō no Ryōrijin")
- The Haves, and the Have Nots (持つ者と、持たざる者 "Motsu Mono to, Motazarumono")
- Armed to the Teeth (猛る兵装 "Takeru Āmudo")
- Christmas in Midsummer
- The side story "Erina's Summer Vacation" was originally published in Weekly Shonen Jump 2014 issue 4/5 along with chapter 53; however due to size constraints, it was moved to Vol. 8 of the graphic novel
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