Japanese Cat Water Cake Is Here And It Is Truly Breathtaking

Have you ever heard of a water cake? Probably not! I know I had no idea what this strange looking thing was? How on earth can this be called a cake? It’s crazy!

So what is it? It’s a clear and jiggly Japanese dessert that looks exactly like a huge drop of water.

This water mochi was first served and made popular by a confectionery in Yamanashi. As if that wasn’t impressive enough, now Twitter user mithiruka shared a pic of a clear water cake in the shape of a sleeping cat.

No one can quite believe their eyes as the photo was posted on Twitter on Sunday, and it’s gone viral in Japan since with over 23k likes and 19k retweets.

Just take a look at THIS!

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all images sourced from Bored Panda

If you want to make a water cake yourself, you’ll need water, sugar and Japanese agar powder.

Twitter user mithiruka shared a pic of a clear water cake…in the shape of a sleeping cat

And now Japanese Twitter users can’t stop sharing these pictures

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You might remember the famous Japanese water cake in the form of a raindrop

But now the sleeping cat has just taken things to a whole new level.

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This was the original cake, and although it doesn’t look like something you would want to eat, it is a visual masterpiece and I’ve heard it tastes pretty darn good, too.

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Would you give this a go? Personally, I think it looks to good to eat, it’s a work of art! Don’t you think?

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Mithiruka also shared this video to show that these cakes can come in many different shapes

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What do you think of this fascinating cake? Watch the clip below to find out exactly what you need to create your own and see how simple they are to make!

They are totally impressive and your guests will be amazed!

Click below to see the clip:

SHARE with your friends on Facebook and see what they think!

Author: Editor

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