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Manga Plates by Mika Tsutai

  • Manga comics takes a ride into your dinner plate as Mika Tsutai, graduate student of Kyoto Institute of Technology in Japan, designs ‘Manga Plates’ as part of his graduate project. The personality from the frame of a manga anime is featured on each plate as a collection of different black and white drawings. Stories can be created when food is put together  in a particular way on these plates.  A Japanese comic can arrive just in time for dinner if you place these creative dishes in a certain manner of your choice.

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