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Monday, January 31, 2011

Miniature Food Rings

How cute are these miniature food rings handmade by Sofia, a Canadian artist living in Japan! Dig in!


Nabe Pot - Nabe is a delicious healthy meal where meat and veggies are boiled in a broth and then eaten after being dipped in a sauce.

Toaster With Toast And Strawberries

Milk Coffee In A Can And Croissant Sandwich

Gourmet Dessert - a beautiful plate with 3 different gourmet desserts. One even has a chocolate cat on top!

A Kid's Lunch - a hamburger patty with sauce, noodles , rice with peas, some veggies and a fried shrimp.

Gyudon Ring Beef And Rice - a bowl of "gyudon" which basically means beef over rice, complete with a pair of chopsticks.

Fried shrimp lunch - A cute red plate with lettuce leaves, tomatoes,corn and potato salad and fried shrimps!

Japanese traditional food - There is a little bowl of soup with some veggies and a cherry blossom shaped piece of "kamaboko" ( made from fish), a dish of eggplant and pink "onigiri" (rice ball). It is pink from "umeboshi" (pickled plums). There is also a miniature spoon!

Basket of bagels and jam

A Box Of Assorted Chocolates

8 comments:

DanniiBeauty said...

They are so cute!

Annette Piper said...

Now I find those really bizarre!

blueviolet said...

Those are just too much fun!

whitey said...

Since I collect antique toasters , the little pink strawberry toaster is my favorite!

Mrs. Quach said...

very cute... although i might "accidentally" take a bite while waiting in line at the store or something... might be too tempting for me to wear!

Miss `Chievous said...

They are adorable! Great finds. :)

greenTXmom said...

WOw! I love those rings!! Very funky and cute!
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Third Culture Family said...

Like any good Japanese person, I love anything that's been miniaturized. I just looked at her Etsy page (which by the way has moved to: https://www.etsy.com/shop/fromjapanwithlove).

I want to buy like everything on there!

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