Source: @BOC_METAL Adorable Daikon Shiba Inu Art Politely Samples Beef 2019-11-13 Wed 2019-11-13 Wed Daikon oroshi, or grated daikon radish, is one of Japan's most classic condiments. The refreshing paste with a hint of spice can be found as an accent to just about any Japanese dish, including grilled fish and soba. As Japanese Twitter user @BOC_METAL has recently shown, it can also be used to make an adorable shiba inu taking a bite out of hamburg steak! Source: @BOC_METAL Source: @BOC_METAL @BOC_METAL cleverly arranged the daikon oroshi around the hamburg steak into the shape of a shiba inu taking a bite out of a juicy meat stick, and gave the radish canine its color with a serving of ponzu (often poured over daikon oroshi). It's touched off by some carrots forming a doggy paw. The too-cute-to-eat snack is being called "oroshi wanberg", with "wan" being Japanese for barking noises. ＼＼\\おろしハンバーグ//／／ pic.twitter.com/mC2wOEP2r0— ＼＼\\はまやん//／／ (@BOC_METAL) November 11, 2019 Cat lovers shouldn't feel left out, in the past @BOC_METAL has made a similar dish showing an oroshi daikon cat enjoying some grilled fish! ＼＼\\秋刀魚//／／＼＼\\力作//／／ pic.twitter.com/jJx7f1DdyE— ＼＼\\はまやん//／／ (@BOC_METAL) October 29, 2019 By - Big Neko. Tags: Dogs / Food Art / Shiba Inu grape Japan Food Adorable Daikon Shiba Inu Art Politely Samples Beef Related Article This Touching Moment Between a Japanese Grandma and Her Shiba Inu Dog is Too Wholesome This Woman Quit Her Job To Knit Sweaters For Abandoned Greyhounds Japanese Yakiniku Chain Lets You BBQ And Eat Along With Your Dog Doge Bags: Paper Bags That Mimic A Shiba Inu Perking Its Ears When You Carry Them Japanese Clay Artist Makes Adorable Animal And Delicious Sweets Hybrids Miku The Shiba Inu Is The Fastest Food Catcher In The East, Paws Down!