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Using Washi Paper to Make Delectable Dishes

| Handicrafts , Stay Home

Meganenoo, whose online moniker comes from his bespectacled appearance (megane means glasses), says he began paper-crafting in his 70s. It’s unclear how old he is now but he’s certainly found his calling. His attention to detail renders each meal looking more delicious than the next.

And remember: it’s never too late to start something new! If you’re sitting around at home with nothing to do and would like to try your hand at making some washi paper meals, Meganenoo occasionally shares some behind-the-scenes hints on how his creations come together. Spoon & Tamago has even more pictures of delectable paper food and info on learning how to do these by yourself.

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