Make Japanese Cuisine With Miss Hannah Minx

Who says you can’t play with your food? YouTube sensation Miss Hannah Minx shows us how to create onigiri in the shape of a cat! Onigiri, traditional Japanese rice balls, are similar to sushi and are the perfect addition to any vegan bento, a single portion meal common in the Japanese culture. In a special video for PETA, Hannah Minx demonstrates how fun and easy it is to make a yummy vegan bento at home using ingredients available at your local supermarket.

Miss Hannah Minx is an American vlogger known for her kawaii anime look and proportions, her extensive cosplay in Japan, and her informational videos about Japanese culture. Hannah’s videos often teach different Japanese words and phrases and have gathered a loyal fan following.

Check out Hannah’s video below as she takes us on a picnic with her kitty-shaped onigiri and find out what onigiri wa oishii means!

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