Japanese desserts in the form of hamsters are the perfect definition of “Kawaii”
The Japanese Hamster Pastries are full of cuteness and Carbohydrate!
Something that is respected and appreciated on the Asian continent is the fascination of products, cosmetics, and even tender and adorable designs. The term “Kawaii” in Japan means anything that can be described by the adjective beautiful, cute, or charming.
The next hand-painted Japanese desserts are the most Kawaii that you can find on the internet. Let’s go on an adventure leading up to the rising sun. Hamster shaped bread, and pastry is the new craze in Japan.
Japanese Confectioneries are from the Future
While you drink your coffee peacefully, hard-working Japanese confectioners create hamster-shaped cakes that are cuter than anything. These tiny delicacies are almost masterpieces in detail.
Not in vain are they currently among the most popular kawaii things in confectioneries and kawaii- style cafes.
The details are stunning.
They’re so cute it would be almost a shame to eat them, right?
Do you want some of these?
We’ve found you a video that shows you how to make something like this:
What is ‘Hiyoko Manju’?
Hiyoko manju is not a new thing. It is from the Fukuoka Prefecture of Japan and has a long history in Japan . The original hiyjoko manju recipe is more than 100 years old.
Hiykoko means “chick”. Hiyoko manju can be translated as “baby chick sweet bun”. Fukuoka has been always a creative place in Japan and they make this adorable sweet pastry for over a century.
- 3/4 cups sweetened condensed milk
- 1 egg yolk
- 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1 can of sweetened red bean paste
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