Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi gets a cooking spin-off manga

Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi gets a cooking spin-off manga

In this year's second issue of Kadokawa publisher's Young Ace magazine it was revealed that the light novels written by Rui Tsukiyo and illustrated by Shiokonbu, Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi (Redo of Healer), will have a spin-off manga titled Kaifuku Jutsushi. no Omotenashi, which will be released soon through the Young Ace Up service and will be drawn by Ken Nagao.

Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi gets a cooking spin-off manga

This spin-off manga will take place in an alternate universe of the main story where Keyaru uses his healing magic in the world to travel to the past and seek revenge, however, when he gets there he discovers that they are all good and peaceful people, so Keyaru abandons his plans for revenge and uses his powers to open a restaurant.

For his part, Tsukiyo began publishing the novels through the Shousetsuka ni Narou website in December 2016. Subsequently, Kadokawa publisher began publishing on paper with illustrations by Shiokonbu in July 2017. The publisher published the ninth volume on last December 26 in Japan.

In addition to a manga adaptation by Souken Haga, the novels are also inspiring a twelve-episode anime adaptation produced by TNK studios, directed by Takuya Asaoka and scripts written by Kazuyuki Fudeyasu, scheduled to premiere in Japan on next January 13.

Synopsis of Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi

"Healing wizards cannot fight alone." Keare, who has always been tormented by this logic, was always exploited over and over again by others. But one day he noticed what lay beyond healing magic, and he became convinced that healing wizards are the strongest class of all. However, when he discovered this potential it was too late. Therefore, he decides to go back in time for four years, ready to rebuild his life. This is the heroic story of the healing sorcerer who became the strongest warrior, using his past life knowledge and healing magic.

Source: ANN

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