Rabbit-Themed Bakery Makes Lovable Bunny-Shaped Cakes and Bread in Tokyo

Japanese Bakery Makes Rabbit-Shaped Baked Goods

From corgi-shaped buns to cat-inspired loaves to watermelon bread, Japanese bakeries are known for their cute confections. One establishment in the Shinkōenji neighborhood of Tokyo is adding rabbit-shaped baked goods to the trend. Creative bakery Usagiza Lepus ベーカリー兎座 has been crafting adorable breads and cakes that look like small rabbits for five years now.

Their plush-looking pastries combine the flavors and textures of a French madeleine—a butter-based cookie that is moist and cakey—and a financier, which is a French almond cake. Usagiza Lepus sells two varieties of these delicious treats: plain and black tea-flavored.

Every angle of these goodies—from the small rounded ears to the black eyes to the little tail in the back—has been carefully shaped to enhance the cuteness experience. In addition to their classic delicacies, the bakery also makes chocolate bunny cakes as well as white bread that is molded to look like a rabbit head with long ears.

You can visit the bakery in person near Shinkoenji station in Tokyo, and see what they're cooking next by following them on Twitter.

Tokyo-based bakery Usagiza Lepus ベーカリー兎座 creates adorable baked goods.

Japanese Bakery Makes Rabbit-Shaped Baked Goods

Almost everything they make—from bread to cakes—is shaped like a rabbit.

Japanese Bakery Makes Rabbit-Shaped Baked GoodsJapanese Bakery Makes Rabbit-Shaped Baked GoodsJapanese Bakery Makes Rabbit-Shaped Baked GoodsJapanese Bakery Makes Rabbit-Shaped Baked GoodsJapanese Bakery Makes Rabbit-Shaped Baked GoodsUsagiza Lepus: Store | Website | Twitter 

All images via Usagiza Lepus.

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Margherita Cole

Margherita Cole is a Contributing Writer at My Modern Met and illustrator based in Southern California. She holds a BA in Art History with a minor in Studio Art from Wofford College, and an MA in Illustration: Authorial Practice from Falmouth University in the UK. When she’s not writing, Margherita continues to develop her creative practice in sequential art.
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