The Paintings of a Japanese Artist from the 16th Century Are Transformed into Cookies!!!

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These delicious looking “icing cookies” have been inspired by the paintings of a Japanese artist from the 16th Century that has become a hot topic of discussion with online viewers!

Jakuchu Ito was a painter who was active in the city of Kyoto during the Edo period (1603-1867) in Japan. These “icing cookies” are in fact motifs of some the artist’s paintings as shown below. The cookies are made of sweet dough kneaded together the egg whites and sugar after which drew the illustrations were created on top of the cookies.

“Hydrangea Twin Chicken Diagram” Cookie.
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Here is the “Hydrangea Twin Chicken Diagram” Painting.
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“Southern Rooster Diagram” Cookie.
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Here is the “Southern Rooster Diagram Painting.
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“Yukiume Rooster Diagram” Cookie.
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“Yukiume Rooster Diagram” Painting.
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These beautifully designed cookies appear to be almost too gorgeous to eat!

These “icing cookies” can be made-to-order by an icing cookies expert at the following website. “ANTOLPO” Official Website. Link. There is also a Twitter account.

The original “icing cookies” are like art with their beautiful design and is now becoming more and more popular as an exhibit.

“ANTOLPO” There are also many other amazing paintings from this talented Japanese artist so please check out the website for more details!


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