Enjoy food art that shows attention to detail browsing these cute Onigiri (Japanese rice balls) and Bento (lunch boxes) that are Kawaii (cute in Japanese).
Kaori Kubota, food artist from Hokkaido, Japan, shares kawaii onigiri and bento (lunch boxes) on Instagram as @kaopan27
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Creative mom and food artist from Taiwan that cooks delicious food for her children. Ilisaliu published a book in Tawainese called Ilisaliu’s Sweet Breakfast. With kawaii characters, breakfast is always fun!
愛上早餐 Ilisaliu on social media:
Shirley Wong, famous food artist in Singapore published cookbooks that feature cute food: Kawaii Bento, Kawaii Sweet Treats, Kawaii Bread, Kawaii Deco Sushi. She conducts workshops and events to teach students to make kid-friendly kawaii food.
Follow Shirley Wong (Little Miss Bento):
Check out Shirley Wong’s books on Amazon
Peaceloving Pax, Cute Foodies, Instagram
Peaceloving Pax from Thailand, Bangkok, is a doctor that makes cute food for fun. Her kawaii creations are outstanding!
Peaceloving Pax, Cute Foodies on Facebook
Li Ming Lee, stay-at-home mom from Singapore, prepares character bentos that are cute and have been featured on New York Post and The Huffington Post. Li Ming Lee blogs about her bento adventures on her site BentoMonsters.com and published two books that are available on Amazon: