Monday, 7 May 2012

Cafeteria Nipponica Recipes

View the Recipes in different orders by clicking the tabs on the bottom of the spreadsheet.

Check out the newly added Cafe Nippon Page. ( A collection of useful links and FAQs )

Frequently used spreadsheets :






I want your spreadsheets! - You can have them. I'm glad you found them useful. The combined spreadsheets are sorted in its original order.

Cafe Nippon Spreadsheet - Public Edit Version - Since everyone wants to view the info differently, I've prepared this for everyone to edit. It is a separate copy of the spreadsheet above. Feel free to play with it. Have fun!

Enna will be extra happy if you can leave a comment here to encourage her to do more.  :)  Enjoy!

30 comments:

  1. Yay :D your first post :D

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    1. Thank you for visiting Andy. When will you start playing this game? :p

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  2. Awww, I dont know, my phone doesnt display it so well you know :P

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    1. Do you still play Game Dev Story?

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  3. I just realised I still cannot find recipe that use "small fry" as ingredients. Anyways, nice and useful lists :D thx!

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    1. I haven't had much luck either. Hope you will find something new soon. :)

      I am glad the lists helped. =D I will post more in the future. The next one is probably going to be a list of Dishes and their maximum Taste/Appeal/Cost.

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  4. I just installed Cafe Nippon on my tablet today so here I am :D thanks for the guide

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  5. Do you have any idea when it will be released for iOS?

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    1. I have no idea. I have seen this question asked many times all over the place. The answer is always "We don't know." I'm sure they will eventually, since it's a big market. :)

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    2. Check this out :D

      http://itunes.apple.com/app/id550067264

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  6. Thanks so much for this blog / spreadsheet, Enna! I love making spreadsheets and blogging for games I'm passionate about. I used to play WoW a whole lot, D3 somewhat, and am a huge Kairosoft fan. When I read your About, I had to check twice to see if I wasn't reading my own site, haha!

    Do you mind if I reformat / edit the spreadsheet and share? I think it would really help to have filters so people can easily search and sort by ingredient.

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    1. Sure thing, Sixthfore. I appreciate if you throw a link back to my blog somewhere when you do share it. :)

      Looks like we have quite a few favourite games in common. The amount of time I had to put into WoW heroic raids was too much for me after a while. Kairosoft games are a nice change when it's just me playing the game.

      I like the "feel" of your blogs. Thanks for coming by and I'm glad you found the spreadsheet worth editing. Still so much to learn. :)

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  7. what to give the first special guest in cafeteria nipponica

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    1. They like good quality dishes - something with good taste / appeal / ranks. It can be any of your good dishes. They don't favour any particular dish. They won't go away if they don't like the dish you serve, so it's okay to test your dishes out.

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  8. How do you use the dish in your recipe? For instance, use toast or rice? It's not on the ingredient list...?

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    1. toast or rice are classified as a "dish"

      If you see this picture on the top of the post.
      http://happyenna.blogspot.com.au/2012/05/develop-dishes-without-any-ingredients.html

      On the right side of the picture, you can see where Gold Ice Cream is. That's where you can change the dishes.

      Say, you want to create Fried Rice, place "Rice" as a dish, and "Carrot" as one of the ingredients. When the development is done, you'll get a Fried Rice instead of Rice.

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  9. in your opinion what is the best food to sell.I have 3 restaurants all are #1. please reply! thanks in advance! :3

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    1. I'd say it's Kaiseki Cuisine. Because :

      - High rank ( ★9, Taste 999, Appeal 999 )
      - Most expensive dish to sell
      - the cheapest ★9 dish ( monthly cost 2000, others are 3000 )

      :D What do you think? :)

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  10. can i make the dishes without obtain the recipes?

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    1. You totally can. :) With the correct combinations, new dishes can be discovered. You don't need to have the recipes first.

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  11. Enna, thank you for the recipes!!! I can't even finish the masked reviewer having 80 or more points. But, because of the ingredients you shared, I successfully finished it! Thanks! :D

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    1. Enna, one more thing. Can you give the Top 5 dishes with high prices, appeal and taste? I wanna earn more money in the game to expand my Heavenly Hills branch. It always has a lot of people outside.

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    2. Top 5 dishes:

      1. Kaiseki Cuisine
      2. Yakiniku
      3. Ikizukuri
      4. Bird's Nest Soup
      5. Top-Grade Sushi

      :)

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    3. If you go to this link:

      http://happyenna.blogspot.com.au/2012/05/pricetasteappeal-caps.html

      on the bottom of the spreadsheet, you can see some options to sort the list using Dish Names, Rank, Price, or Monthly Cost. That should give you more detailed info if you are interested. :)

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  12. can you provide this in excel file? teehee thank you ma'am enna Lu

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    1. There you go. :)
      https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ao9fLi2nThp1dGhZMlFmY2hQMEhCVTRlLVZMWDJEMlE#gid=7

      If the link above doesn't work, try clicking the links below the spreadsheet on this post. :) Have fun.

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  13. Enna do you have anything like this in Excel?

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