Fun Link Friday: Edible Toast Masterpieces of Japanese Art

In the past we’ve shown a variety of tasty pieces of art for Fun Link Fridays, typically of the bento variety. But what if toast was your literal canvas?

Last month My Modern Met featured a piece on Japanese designer Manami Sasaki, who is taking breakfast to the next level with some incredible representations of Japanese artwork and other delicious designs.

Playing with squid ink, edible flowers, and a variety of vegetables and fruit, Sasaki brings ukiyo-e prints into colorful and flavorful life. I’m not sure I could wait that long for my toast, but I sure do admire her work! You can see more at the My Modern Met article or on Sasaki’s instagram.

Happy Friday!

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Paula lives in the vortex of academic life. She studies medieval Japanese history.
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