Japanese netizen goes ham for hanami with supersized dango and we live for it【Photos】

Originally published on Sora News by Ingrid Tsai


Some dango are built different, and some are built to destroy our jaws. 

Made out of sticky, glutinous rice flour and one of the many dumplings existent in Japanese cuisine, dango is a popular year-round snack with different varieties depending on the season. One of the most popular types in spring is sanshoku (“three-color”) dango, a skewer of pink, white, and green dango, which is also known as hanami dango for its ubiquitous presence at hanami (cherry blossom viewing) outings.

However, for Japanese netizen @81292_II, instead of buying your typical hanami dango, they decided to go above and

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