Inari-san with a deliciously sweet fried food. The supermarket also sells fried tofu with flavor, so it's also useful for lunch boxes.
However, when I pack it in a lunch box, it tends to be brown and plain. I found an item that can make such an inari-san cute at the 100-yen shop "Daiso", so I tried using it.
"Kumasan Inari-type" is a bento goods that allows you to make inari sushi in the shape of a bear. A die for face parts is also included.
To make it, just spread the fried tofu for sushi in a mold and stuff it with rice. At this time, the point is to put a little rice in the ear part first to make the shape of the ear firmly!
Also, if the fried tofu is large, put the folds on the back side of the face for a beautiful finish.
After filling the rice, pull out the fried tofu from the main body and close it to complete.
Next, make face parts by punching out cheese, lightly baked eggs, ham, etc. with a die. The glue doesn't come off, so if you want something dark, kelp is recommended. You can make animals other than bears depending on your ideas.
Unlike rice balls, the parts do not stick together, so it is safer to put them sideways when putting them in. If you shake it too violently, you may get into a state of laughter, but it is a deco-valve item that is sure to open the lid and make you feel relaxed. The price is of course 108 yen (tax included).