Doesn't matter what studio or animator, they always seem to put a lot of effort into making the food look good.
Japanfag here. It's because the Japanese are a food-centric culture.
For example, congratulations. You've just won an all expenses paid trip to Italy! What will you do there anon? See the Colosseum? Leaning Tower? Maybe ride some boats around Venice?
A Japanese person however would go "Oh yay! I won a trip to Italy!!! I wanna eat pizza and drink wine and eat cheese and eat pasta....etcetcetc". Take a look at their travel brochures (domestic especially) and it's nearly always pictures of food and "well you can see the Eiffel Tower too but CROISSANTS GUYS!.
Most of their food is seasonal. Fucking love eel but it's September? Fucking sorry, Summer ended a month ago, no more eel for you. Ewww anon you're eating steamed pork buns in June wtf is wrong with you?
And fuck, I'm not even gunna go into how much they can fucking eat.
depends on the type. Unless you make your own it's hard to get just plain miso soup, there's usually shit in it like seaweed, shellfish etc.
Deep-fried Tofu Miso Soup is the fucking shiznit
That's because shitty food is perilous.
>Deep-fried Tofu Miso Soup is the fucking shiznit
This. Toss some green onions or leeks in there and I'll worship that shit. I don't even like tofu but throw it in miso soup and it's beast.
I really hate how that the American cartoons don't pay close attention to the foodstuff. The only recent work that does it any measure of justice is Pixar's Ratatouille, which I couldn't call as your everyday American animation at all.
I like how Hidamari Sketch uses real photographs of food.
Wish I had screenshots of such.
So instead have a screenie of second-best girl's ninja skills.
It always seemed yummy to me when I was a kid. I don't know why, it's not even detailed.
I still want to eat meat like that one day, I never saw this kind of meat where there's a round bone in the middle, it's like a dreamlike meat for me. Americans creates dreams.
Most western animation are aimed at kids so they mostly pay attention to shit like candy, ice cream, cake, fast food, with the occasional Christmas/Thanksgiving dinner thrown in. Otherwise it's easily recognizable stuff like whole fruit, fish, eggs, ham/sausages/bacon, etc.
It's all about cute girls cooking and eating.
>Looks like a Shin.
No it doesn't, it looks like a gravy steak with some retarded bone in the middle. That cow had a fucking retarded as hell leg.
Holy shit I wasn't aware of this until now, but that sounds fantastic!
>dat fucking meat with bone
we will never get yo eat those jrpg meat, why live?
Someone makes the actual bone, like you can cook with it and bake it. So I'd just assume you'd need to just find the right meat and make your own tasty manga/jrpg meat.
It's the deconstruction of ani- oh, my bad. It's just a deconstruction of potato omelette.
It's much more common than potato-less omelette here in Spain (which we call french omelette). Normal omelette just lacks carbs and substance.
It's also one of the foods that your grandma always does the best. Maido-ketchuped french omelettes a shit.
Oh would you look at that, turns out you Englishmen call it "Spanish omelette".http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spanish_omelette
Enjoy some deconstructed ribs I had laying around from a thread about deconstruction of anime a while back.
I'm pretty sure it's based on a hind shank.
That's the idea. I'm pretty sure meat like in >>110767637 is supposed to be a hind leg.
Have a picture of the 3DPD version.
Your iman is weak dude.
You should be able to look at food and not give a shit when fasting.
This gave me a fucking raging erection
I feel like a horrible person for cracking up at that but the Japanese are definitely not as barabarous as the Chinese when it comes to cooking random animals, so stop being mean, anon.
in-n-out burger is only in the westcoast of the US, so I really doubt they live in a time zone that has more than a 1 hour difference from mine.
Man I really need to download the bd versions of Spirited Away and princess mononoke.
>dog meat is supposed to have this unique aroma that no matter how you cook it always smells good
While you're right about the "you can't mask it" part, a korean on /ck/ clarified that this "unique aroma" is pretty much the same as the smell dogs give off when wet.
Not something I'd consider appatizing, much less good.
>But if they are so into food, why there is lack of landwhale in general in Japan
Everything they eat is one portions size smaller than the West. The most obvious way to portray it is the size of the pizza pans; Japanese style Large Pizza is the American version of the Medium Pizza. This isn't to rip people off; it's just the serving size that people are used to.