This post totally and wholly appeals to the food addict inside of me. I remember being a little kid watching Studio Ghibli and totally drooling over the food, wishing that my meals were like that. Studio Ghibli’s animation is already one of the most pleasing things to look at, from the vibrant colors to the movements of the characters, but the food is what makes it. But seeing someone bring this to real life, it’s just amazing. It’s a fifty-seven minute long video about dreams coming true. The detail and the amount of work put into it is beyond amazing. It’s food, but it’s art, but it’s also delicious, so I’m just over here wishing that I could achieve this level of culinary talent someday. To tell the truth, I wouldn’t mind making cooking if what I made turned out like this. After checking out this artistic chef’s youtube channel, I definitely need to get something to eat.
When you watch a Studio Ghibli film, there are generally four things that you can expect to see depicted with utmost passion and detail: the thrill of life, the bonds the characters create with one another, the glory of nature, and the mouthwatering tastiness of the expertly prepared food. Especially the food.
In fact, the various foods featured in these classic animated movies, range from the average day-to-day grub to extravagant delicacies. So various, that one fan counted as much as 47 unique dishes that looked good enough to eat and set out to make it ALL BY HIMSELF.
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