Miniature meals are at the tips of your fingers thanks to these funky Japanese-inspired food rings. The rings may look edible, but they are made of plastic and glue. Each one is individually hand crafted by Sofia Molnar and can be customised to represent the favourite food of the customer or commemorate a special meal they have had.
Sofia, originally from Canada, but now lives in Fukuoka, Japan. She was inspired by the kawaii movement which means cute or kitsch in Japanese. The funky miniature food rings cost between $10 and $20 from SouZouCreations. SouZouCreations’ products are made with attention to detail, creativity and long lasting dependability.
These products are constructed with many types of plastic, glass, metal, ceramic and much more. They are not expensive pieces but are meant to be fun and beautiful. SouZouCreations’ products are created to be worn on special occasions â€“ fun times or to add a little bling to any outfit.