Kokoro Kimura, of Denmark, makes charming snacks for her three-year-old child
She was enlivened by the Japanese ‘charaben‘ incline as she hails from Tokyo
Her child’s snacks resemble his most loved crap emoticon or toon characters.
They are crafted by artist, architect and toon craftsman Kokoro Kimura, who makes the cute stuffed snacks for her three-year-old child Kenzo Kimura Sørensen.
Kokoro, of Aarhus, Denmark, shares her splendidly hued Japanese-propelled bento boxes on her blog Fun Kawaii, where they have been hailed as a portion of the world’s best stuffed snacks.
From sandwiches slice into crap emoticon shapes to sushi formed like characters, for example, Dory from Finding Nemo, the snacks look noteworthy yet can take Kokoro only 10 minutes to finish.
Creative Kokoro, who is from Tokyo, Japan yet now lives in Denmark with her Danish spouse and their child, began making the unbelievably point by point snacks for her child to take to nursery a year back.
She makes the extraordinarily nitty gritty tidbits including Hello Kitty formed sushi, cheddar sandwiches molded like Pokemon and Finding Nemo noodles and fish.