Tensei Reijou wa Shomin no Aji ni Uete Iru


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One day, I realized that I, a former Japanese, has reincarnated into a different world as Cristea Ellisfeed, a Duke’s daughter . Reincarnation…? Duke’s daughter…? A world with magic…? Is this a light novel!?!? I received the reality while being confused. However… I’m dissatisfied with this! This full course is somewhat dissatisfying! Sweet-only sweets! I’m sick of it already!! The taste of commoners, please!!

Associated Names
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Shomin no Aji
The reincarnated lady hungers for the commoners' taste
The Reincarnated Young Lady Is Hungry for Commoner Food
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Isekai Yururi Kikou ~Raising Children While Being an Adventurer~ (1)
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05/20/18 Shinsori Translations c174
05/19/18 Shinsori Translations c173
05/19/18 Shinsori Translations c172
05/19/18 Shinsori Translations c171
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New Justpassingthrough rated it
May 16, 2018
Status: --
Once again we see the major issue of over doing it. It's fine to put some emphasis on things but continuously repeating it over and over again is just annoying. The MC longs for food from her past life. Ok. But you don't need to express it again and again. We got it the first time. Also, authors who write this way tend to lack a plot of any kind. Like the heroin's quirk is the whole plot. No, really. That's all there is to the story. So the novel... more>> becomes boring and repetitive. The story lacks character development and all the characters are two dimensional, like cardboard cut outs. I honestly don't recommend this novel. <<less
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New Anra7777 rated it
April 29, 2018
Status: c131
I have some mixed feelings about this. On the one hand, it's super cute and fluffy, hence the 4 stars. On the other, not only are there some plot inconsistencies ... more>>

(at first MC is considered special for being able to understand sacred beasts, only later everyone can understand them because of the deus ex machina of "I made it so they can understand me." Also, my original impression was that the sacred beasts were usually hidden in some sort of sub space, but later the MC has to physically hide them, so no?)

but also I can understand one of the other reviewer's criticism of "Japanese food banzai!" culture. I know that when I started eating Japanese food, there was a lot that tasted so strange to me, I couldn't tell whether I liked or disliked it. Yet everyone in the story immediately finds everything the MC makes to be so delicious, to the point of fighting over it. And I wish the MC would stop trying to make everyone eat raw eggs. I remember being given oyakodon while in Japan once, and no matter how everyone reassured me it was safe, I was so freaked out, I could barely stand eating the non-raw bits.

Also, the fact that no one ever questions how the MC got her knowledge about food unknown to her culture, even when she's touting its health benefits, seems far-fetched. Even the "Japanese"-ish people in this world don't really question it.

Still, this is a lighthearted, fun story. <<less
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TUSF rated it
December 14, 2017
Status: c14
I should have taken the description more seriously. The lack of a translated title also threw me off, but from my interpretation of the machine translated, it should be "The Reincarnated Young Lady is hungry for Commoner food".

Right, this is basically a "Sugoi Japanese food!!!!" story, where the main-character shows the brilliance of Japanese food to these poor Medieval European-esque people, whose food culture is somehow terribly underdeveloped compared to her superior Japanese cuisine.

The story itself is written alright, but I don't really like this type of story. I'll stick... more>> around, I guess. <<less
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Shironeko225 rated it
January 9, 2018
Status: c24
The MC is too selfish doing things without thinking about the consequences that she have done to her family. Sometime I dont event know if she a pig or human anymore. But the story is not that bad just hope she have more common sense in the future
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Philipas rated it
April 2, 2018
Status: c98
Great story, simple, with some character development, heartwarming and funny. The MC does mess up many times due to common sense problems, however that is also part of the comedy. I don't get why so many haters left bad reviews, the story is well written, don't feel any confusion while reading, both author and translator are good.

The chapters are short, maybe one A4 page worth each, but the update speed compensates (Shinsori is one of the best translators I know, props there). Maybe some people would be let down by... more>> the silliness of the story, but I find it better than the dark theme of many other stories. <<less
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Jullyenne rated it
April 19, 2018
Status: c115
This definitely does not deserve some of the critical views on it. It is a heartwarming, cute and easy read kind of story. The focus, of course, is central to food, the undertones of shoujo are there but at the point I am at, it's minimal. This is understandable as she's still a child. It is with an unbelievable amount of pleasure that I can however, inform you that the romance aspects do get stronger as the story develops.

The viewpoint is mainly from the MC, an atypical food obsessed oblivious... more>> reincarnated noble girl whose highest aspirations is to be able to eat well. She freely uses magic and is not too keen on manners. Reading about her is very charming. The other reviewers are harsh in their views about her character in that she is selfish and a glutton, this is false, her family and servants dotes on her and do their best not to indulge her. This becomes more aware during the progression of the chapters, the interaction between her family can be seen as comedic considering how the MC often gets them to see her side of things. The MC is not the most proper of people, but she is relatable in her desire to eat good food, and sweet as she likes it when the people who eat her food like it. In some cases I can say it reads a bit like "Kenkyo, Kenjitsu o Motto ni Ikite Orima" in its daily slice of life sort of style, however, the life part is a fantasy world with magic.

Overall, the MC is cute and funny though her self awareness leaves a lot wanting, in some cases this a charming point. The other characters have yet to be developed thoroughly as we only see through the MC's eyes but it is getting there as the author introduces other viewpoints. The childhood arc is slow to finish and the chapters are short, but the pace that it holds is still satisfactory as it doesn't rush into things too much. In total, I very much like this story and will be regularly checking it's updates as I am very excited to read the school arc- it will surely be even more exciting as she grows older. <<less
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