[PHOTOS] This Japanese Artist Creates Mini Rooms In Power Sockets And They Are Adorable

So smol. So cute.

Cover image via Twitter @rokubunnoichi

There's just something about miniature things that make people smile.

Be it durians the size of your palms or a kopi bungkus keychain so small you can wear them as earrings, I'm pretty sure we can all agree that tiny things are too cute.

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Recently, a Japanese artist created a mini room inside a power socket that's so adorable it'll make you want to live in it

In a Tweet, the 21-year-old artist, Mozu, called his latest creation "The Secret Base of Kubito", which features various miniature household items such as a fridge, a microwave oven, and a computer.

This masterpiece took him four months to produce, with each item being meticulously crafted by hand!

Mozu also shared some behind-the-scenes pictures and videos of how he created "The Secret Base of Kubito"

Check out the full behind-the-scenes video below:

If you're interested to make the mini rack that you see in the room, Mozu also uploaded a tutorial to show how he created it out of... a laundry bag :O

Watch the full tutorial below:

Besides "The Secret Base of Kubito", Mozu has also designed other tiny rooms, such as a mini dining area:

A study room:

And even a mini flight of stairs!

The video that Mozu Tweeted of "The Secret Base of Kubito" has since gone viral, garnering over 17.6 million views at the time of writing

You can check out more of his work on his website or his Youtube channel!

Meanwhile, here are some tiny creations by our very own Malaysian artists:

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