A Visual Treat of Intricate Food and Vegetable Carvings by Japanese Artist

The art of food and vegetable carving never fails to surprise us. It’s always fascinating to see these edible creations at fancy restaurants mostly near the salad counter.

Japan has a rich tradition of this art and is commonly known as mukimono. But this Japanese artist Gaku, has taken this art to a next level totally.

From intricate designs carved on carrots to brocollis his art is absolutely a visual treat.

It is also known that one has to be really fast with carving these fruits and vegetables as usually once the peel is removed oxidation starts and the colour changes. But when you look at Gaku’s work it looks like he is a pro at this.

Gaku suggests using a  banana as a  fruit to practice with because it’s cheap and also easy to carve.

Here are his works and they are sure to impress you:

Broccoli carving

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Radish carving

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Apple carving

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Carrot carving

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Banana Carving

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Eggplant carving

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