Tiny Japanese meal cookies are too cute to eat
Japanese food can be known for its presentation, and in some cases its carefully considered portion sizing, but this might be going a step too far...if we're talking about actual food.
Japanese artist Masako (known as "chi___ko" on Instagram) knows how to create gorgeous-looking sugar cookies. There are, of course, folks who can do that, but the twist here is that she's particularly adept at both making teeny-tiny sugar cookies, and making them look exactly like other, much larger dishes, including burgers, sandwiches, and classic nihon-ryouri like katsudon, tempura, curry rice, and nabemono.
Also visible on her gallery are a number of other cakes, little flowers, and even a few decorated anime tributes to films like Ponyo and Kiki's Delivery Service.
If you're looking for some lighter fare to clear up a gloomy week, give her feed a look.
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