Japan Animal Park Makes Cute 'Capybara' Meat Buns

They also have a shoebill-shaped version. :B

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Kobe Animal Kingdom is an animal and flower park located on Port Island, Kobe, where visitors can get up close with a variety of animals such as capybaras, camels, and kangaroos

Situated within the park is AlpaCafé that has been recently garnering attention for its adorable meat buns.

Encased in a capybara-shaped box, these buns are crafted to resemble the animal in both shape and colour, featuring its cute ears and a mouth.

One X user shared that the buns are not only adorable but also delicious.

Based on a sign at the café, there's also a shoebill-shaped meat bun

According to one blogger, the shoebill bun filling consists of pork, shiitake mushrooms, and bamboo shoots.

Each bun is priced at JPY470 (RM14).

Image via Ameblo
Image via Ameblo
Image via Ameblo

According to the Kobe Animal Kingdom official website, the café serves various animal-themed dishes, including BintuDog, a long hot dog shaped like a binturong's tail, and WaoWao Roll, a cornet in black and white stripes.

It appears that the café may be temporarily closed for renovations at the moment. 

In the meantime, check out this café in Taiwan with cute capybaras:

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