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When you’re looking for cute inspiration, you don’t have to look much further than Japan. As the birthplace of the world’s beloved wide-eyed, chubby-faced anime characters, the nation is full to overflowing with commercials, posters, sweets and goods that are so adorable even self-respecting adults can’t help but squeal like delighted children when they catch sight of them.

Now Japan’s cast of cute characters have found a home for themselves across the seas in a gorgeous little Airstream trailer in California, where they continue to pop up in limited numbers in the best way ever: as deliciously sweet macarons. Come with us as we take a look at some of the cute critters and adorable edibles in the collection after the break.

The gorgeous handmade treats are available from Honey and Butter Macarons, who aim to bring smiles to the faces of everyone around them with a variety of special designs and flavours. With everything from Nutella to Strawberry Lemonade and even Lavender Coffee, their buttercream fillings are enough to make us melt, but they’ve gone and shaped them into some of our favourite characters too!

▼ Naruto makes an appearance.

And there’s even a tribute to The Legend of Zelda video game series.

Characters from Studio Ghibli’s anime films are always one of their best sellers.

My Little Pony lovers will get a kick out of these!

Japan’s favourite relaxed bear, Rilakkuma, chills out with his pals.

What better way to mark the advent of Final Fantasy XIII 4K gameplay than with Cloud and Aerith macarons?

A tribute to Nintendo brings out our favourites from Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda and Pokémon.

Bean-shaped puppies from Japan’s Mameshiba anime series are almost too cute to eat!

They’ve even made Sailor Moon girls, complete with cats Luna and Artemis!

The Doraemon characters are perfectly recreated, with a couple of new friends joining them for the day.

To see more of their gorgeous macarons, be sure to visit the Honey and Butter website. With their cute morsels selling for $2.50 each, it’s the easiest way to keep up your daily dose of anime consumption outside of Japan!

Source: Plginrt-Project
Images: Instagram/honeyandbutter