Perhaps The Best Bread Art In Japan

Gif: Izuyo
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We’ve previously seen made-in-Japan latte art and banana art. Both are great. Now let’s marvel at the art bread of Twitter user Izuyo.

All the coloring is done with completely natural ingredients, Izuyo writes. Obviously, the fact that the bread will expand and rise when baking must be taken into account.

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Amazing! Have a look at Izuyo’s other work.

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For more, check out Izuyo’s Twitter.

Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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DISCUSSION

At first I thought the Pokéballs weren’t very impressive. After all, they’re just a top, a middle, and a bottom. Not too challenging, I assume.

But then they were cut open and revealed a Mew and a Pikachu. I can’t even begin to imagine how much effort it took to make such a tiny loaf of bread. That’s an artist’s work right there.