food art

Japanese netizen turns adorable Kirby sweet into terrifying Titan face of nightmares

From hero to villain with just a few modifications.

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Taiwanese cook makes amazing replicas of Japanese characters out of food

Sure, you can do a pretty good doodle of Gudetama, but can you make Gudetama gyoza?

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Pokémon characters come to life in adorable food art collection

From Eevee to Jigglypuff and Psyduck, this edible Pokemon collection is the cutest we’ve ever seen!

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Why have chicken tonight, when you can have cockatiel omelet rice instead?!【Photos】

It might be too cute to eat, but we can’t help wanting more!

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Hi-Chew fruit candies re-invented in DIY food creations

The Japanese fruit-chew candy, Hi-Chew, is getting more and more popular these days and it can be found all over the world, even in the Boston Red Socks’ locker room. Some Japanese consumers, however, seem to be sick of the same-old rectangle shape and chewiness and are starting to find new ways to eat it.

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Creative bento lunches from the past hint at the origins of “kyaraben”

Kyaraben, short for “character bento”, are insanely popular in Asia and Japan in particular. Young mothers, and some fathers too no doubt, spend hours crafting special lunch boxes, using all manner of foodstuffs to create shapes, faces and designs, and there are even entire books and monthly magazines containing hundreds of ideas. Over the years, we’ve seen lunch boxes based everything from Nivea hand cream to video game smash Metal Gear Solid, but it’s easy to forget that the practice of dressing up a packed lunch has, in fact, been around for quite some time.

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