Source: Felissimo Japanese Squishy Shiba Inu Marshmallows Are The Cutest Way To Level Up Your Hot Chocolate 2019-02-28 Thu 2019-02-28 Thu Japanese online retailer Felissimo has a reputation for cute and quirky goods, but their YOU+MORE! series (a play on the pronunciation of “humor” in Japanese) has carved out quite the line of Shiba inu goods, including scratch and sniff stationery that smells like shiba tummies and squishy shiba inu butts. Now it seems they've dubbed the popular breed as a worthy successor to their hit cat marshmallows with these adorable and squishy Shiba Inu-shaped marshmallows! Source: Felissimo If you're a fan of "too cute to eat sweets", the "mini shiba inu-shaped Japanese style marshmallows" might be your holy grail. Aside from capturing the sometimes derpy but happy-go-lucky expression of an adorable Shiba, the marshmallows allow you to mimic stretching or squishing their famously puffy cheeks. Source: Felissimo Looking from the side, you'll see that the marshmallows are shaped to mimic the snout of a shiba inu. Source: Felissimo So what's inside? A creamy blend of chocolate and sweet red bean paste (anko), living up to the "Japanese style" of the treat's name. Source: Felissimo Source: Felissimo Source: Felissimo Of course, as with normal marshmallows, they make a great addition to parfaits or a hot cup of cocoa, although these squishy little shiba will transform whatever you enjoy them with into the cutest dessert around. Source: Felissimo Cutely packaged boxes of 9 marshmallows (they're rather big) are available to order online in Japan from Felissimo for 1,296 yen. They're not yet listed on the international order site, but you can follow it for updates. Source: Felissimo By - Big Neko. Source:Felissimo Tags: Dogs / Felissimo / Funny / Japan / Marshmallows / Shiba / Shiba Inu / Sweets / YOU+MORE! grape Japan Food Japanese Squishy Shiba Inu Marshmallows Are The Cutest Way To Level Up Your Hot Chocolate Related Article The Incredible Sci-Fi and Fantasy Illustrations of Japanese Character Designer PALOW Japanese felt artist continues to craft adorably realistic cat frames Japan’s New 3D Photos Of Pet Faces Let You Pet Them (And Their Dripping Noses) Anywhere Feast In A Fairytale At Tokyo’s Gorgeous Weekend-Only Dessert Buffet Japanese Giant Hornets: So Dangerous that Suzume Bachi Hunters Must Hunt Them! We tried Japan’s Pringles Super Sour Cream and Onion instant noodles because, hey, what’s the worst that can happen?