DIY anime delicacies


Credits: Animation System Bistro Animation System Bistro (www.animeshi.net)

Know how your heart warms up when you sink your teeth into a yummy dorayaki (red bean pancake) and think of Doraemon? We love, love, love our anime food too! So you can imagine how we all diehard anime fanatics at anibee.tv couldn't help but drool when we pounced on the Animation System Bistro website.

While the site is in Japanese and may seem alien to most readers, we have online services such as Google Translate to see us through the day. Alternatively, grab a Japanese friend!


Credits: Animation System Bistro Animation System Bistro (www.animeshi.net)

Presented by Clark Project, the Animation System Bistro site is looking pretty new at the moment with recipes for just a few anime dishes ("More please!", our hearts and tummies cry!) up for trying. These include the Herring and Pumpkin Pie as seen in Kiki's Delivery Service, Spaghetti and Meatballs in Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro, Satsuki's Bento Set in My Neighbor Totoro, 'Mammoth Flesh' in Hajime Ningen Gyatoruz, and Ham Ramen in Ponyo. Recipe instructions are lovingly accompanied by little pictures so you never get lost whipping your dream anime dish.


Credits: Animation System Bistro Animation System Bistro (www.animeshi.net)

To pique your appetite, why not try making the Ham Ramen from Ponyo, which uses easily obtained ingredients such as chicken breast meat, pork, sugar, salt, mushrooms and herbs? You can invite us to dinner afterwards... we will be very nice to you and won't complain about a single thing.


Credits: Animation System Bistro Animation System Bistro (www.animeshi.net)

If you like what you see, don't forget to check out the accompanying blog at blog.animeshi.net for a behind the scenes look of the experimenting and cooking process.

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