Hi Japanese Foodies!
If you now me, I LOVE kawaii food!!
Right now, it feels like summer in Los Angeles
but winter should be right around the corner.
In winter, I crave Nabe! (Japanese hot pot)
It’s easy, yummy, and fun to eat with friends and family.
However, in Japan, there’s a Nabe trend that I wanted to share.
How cute is this bear surrounded by all these meat and veggies.
So, I looked more into Nabe Art and look what I found!
— フロチャ (@26chart) January 23, 2014
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— Miki Iwamoto (@sweetsweetdays) January 16, 2014
— ヒゲキタ (@higekita1) January 6, 2014
— kimimaro (@kimimaro0802) December 3, 2013
The main structure of the art is made by Daikonoroshi (Grated Japanese Radish)
Nabe Art is also called Daikonoroshi Art for this reason.
They even have a book about it!
Out of all the wonderful creations, this one is my favorite.
I’m adding a Nabe party to my winter to-do list!