Shiba Inu Rice Balls

I don’t usually crave a quarter pounder of rice and seaweed in the middle of my day, but if I knew one of these was in my brown bag, I’d be counting the minutes ’til lunch.

It goes without saying that I squeeed all over this the minute I saw it, then I bought the whole rack. (Which was, actually, just this one, because a rabid pack of shiba shoppers had obviously coursed through Tokyu Hands before me.)

Unlike the DIY plastic beer and the diabolically difficult bunny pop, these instructions look plug ‘n play enough that even I should be able to turn a wad of white rice and a sheet of seaweed into an adorbs shibface

The only problem might be that they’re too cute to eat

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