The craze started in Japan, but it slowly takes over the world, one tiny meal video at a time. Fans say Kawaii cooking is an art form that requires not only patience, but also having skills in the kitchen. This makes sense considering that the recipes use real, edible, ingredients, but at a much lower scale. Everything can be cooked over a small flame or candle, so that you can actually eat the tiny food. Old collectible miniature stoves, pots, pans and other cooking utensils complete the whole experience. And although it won’t fill you up, it sure is fun to watch.