No matter if you’re Team Cap or Team Iron Man, you’d probably want to eat both of these adorable rice balls.
Zen gardens are supposed to help offer inner peace… Not induce a sugar high. However, this creative take on a zen rock garden attempts to do both.
The Shinan-ji Temple Rock Garden, created by designers Tomonori Saito and Shohei Sawada, uses Japanese candies with black sesame seeds to resemble rocks, resting on a bed of sugar that resembles sand. Now, that’s a moment of zen we can sink out teeth into.
A Japanese chef, Hironori Ikeno, creates minuscule pieces of sushi using very small cuts of fish and one grain of rice.
What started as a joke, quickly turned into a challenge of how small Ikeno could make his pieces of raw fish and rice. Now the joke is watching customers pay actual money for the microscopic pieces of octopus, tamago, and otoro. Please watch the video below…
It’s not just capybaras swimming around in your food anymore. The trend of 3D edible animals in meals has officially exploded. Thanks to some creative use of ground-up radish, we’re seeing an assortment of adorable animals hanging out in a lot of dishes throughout Japan.
Referred to as “Daïkon Art,” other foods are sometimes introduced to create eyes and ears, with soy sauce making a great way to add color and contrast. Have fun biting their adorable little heads off.
If you need your miso immediately, and are into convenience, the One Shot is here to help. The miso-maker, similar to a Keurig coffee machine, will gladly dispense one cup of soup at the touch of a button.
A hot cup of soup takes about a minute, and users have the option to add dehydrated vegetables and seafood. The right mix may even help it taste just like a cup of Keurig coffee.