Artist painstakingly recreated miniature Japanese food favorites.
This is probably one of the oddest things to come out of Japan, and because we aren’t still sure whether to call them “bite-size,” we’ll just call them miniature dollhouse food. This trend began over a year ago when a YouTube channel called Miniature Space released a video titled “mini food miniature coffee.” In the 83-seconds-long video, a teeny-tiny stove and an extremely tiny pot are used to make coffee that would only fit in a dollhouse.
With this trend having gained notoriety of the past months, Hamster Miniature have taken this game a notch higher by amazingly demonstrating the step-by-step process of making these tiny dollhouse version of various Japanese foods.
This hugely popular YouTube genre shows ingenious cooks creating petite edible masterpieces such as soft-serve ice cream, potato chips, instant ramen and many more. While we know that food-related content often perform extremely well on YouTube and other social media platforms, this one has exceeded our expectations. It’s probably one of the most crowd-pleasing so far….why am I craving chips right now??