Hannari Tofu is the cutest chunk of soybean curd you're likely to encounter. He shows up on a range of plush merchandise.
January 29, 2013 In Japanese culture, how food looks can be as important as how it tastes — a lesson children learn from a very early age. From children's television and toys to school lunches, the visual delights of food are never far from sight.
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