Tiny Japanese meal cookies are too cute to eat


Bite-size Beauty

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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