Japanese animation has beautiful designs, fleshed out characters, and engaging storylines—and it’s also overflowing with so many scrumptiously rendered meals. Do you ever watch your favorite anime series and start craving the takoyaki or the warmth of delicious ramen or the fluffy sweetness of mochi? Now, you can make your cravings a reality with Cook Anime!
Join an otaku on her tour through anime food and find out what your favorite characters are savoring and sharing and then learn to make it at home! Including:
-Miso Chashu Ramen from Naruto
-Rice Porridge from Princess Mononoke
-Onigiri from Fruits Basket
-Taiyaki from My Hero Academia
-Hanami Dango from Clannad
-Rice from Haikyuu!!
-And many more!
Along with each recipe, you will discover facts behind the food, such as history, culture, tips, and more. A perfect gift for foodies and otaku alike, Cook Anime is the all-inclusive guide to making the meals of this Japanese art form.
Diana Ault has been crafting stories, conducting kitchen experiments, and cozying up with anime since she was very young. She began her blog, Fiction-Food Café, focusing on food found in books, movies, TV shows, and video games, in early 2013.
Her recipes have been included in Easy Eats: A Bee a Puppycat Cookbook, Hyrule: Taste of the Wild fanzine, and several other fandom food projects. The author of Cook Anime, Diana currently resides in Germany with her husband and daughter.