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Instagrammer recreates dishes from Studio Ghibli films that will surely make you drool!

Itadakimasu!

One of the things otakus love about their favorite Studio Ghibli films is the mouth-watering food featured in their films. They looked so yummy and delicious that make us all wonder whether they actually taste good in real life.

Well, no need to look further. This Instagram user, @en93kitchen, decided to recreate the dishes from several Studio Ghibli films such as My Neighbor Totoro, Ponyo, Howl’s Moving Castle, Laputa: Castle In The Sky, The Wind Rises, and Spirited Away, among others.

She even added some of the food from a non-Studio Ghibli animated film Kimi No na Wa.

Check out some of the photos below:

1. Satsuki’s lunch from My Neighbor Totoro

2. Ham ramen from Ponyo

3. Breakfast from Spirited Away

4. Tea and Salami toast from Howl’s Moving Castle

5. Rice and Tea from The Wind Rises

6. Bacon and Eggs from Howl’s Moving Castle

7. Sandwich from Kimi No na Wa

8. Lunch of Mitsuwa from Kimi No na Wa

9. Snack from Laputa: Castle in the Sky

10. Pancake from Kimi No na Wa

For more of her photos, check out her Instagram.

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