Scrumptious Food Visuals in the Spring 2020 Anime, Sing “Yesterday” for Me – Gallery

One of my favourite things about watching anime is getting to look at the food that the characters eat. I’m not sure what it is about this medium, but the food almost always looks so scrumptious and mouth-watering, more so than they would in actual photographs. Looking at the plethora of dishes kicks my endorphins into high gear, and I feel giddy and happy and hungry. Aside from being visually pornographic, food in anime also really inspires me to experiment when I cook at home. When your Ammi (mum) is a lady who cooks multi-course meals when she is stressed out, it becomes a bit impossible not to grow up and become somewhat of a gourmet, especially with home-cooking.

So, instead of some involved review or discussion or other prattling type gig on anime and manga this morning, I thought it would be fun to share an anime from the Spring 2020 simulcast season that has been my go-to series for wickedly delicious foodie screen-grabs. It is Sing “Yesterday” for Me (イエスタデイをうたって). [Scroll over pictures for food names.]



This gallery-type post is inspired by the absolutely adorable Irina (if you’re not following her and are into otaku culture, I highly recommend you do so!). She’s done some cool episodic gallery posts of anime on her blog, and they looked like a helluva lot of fun! Plus, it’s a great way for me to finally use up all these damned screen-grabs that I tend to take whilst watching shtick…

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7 thoughts on “Scrumptious Food Visuals in the Spring 2020 Anime, Sing “Yesterday” for Me – Gallery

  1. OMG. I think sometimes I watch anime for the foodie visuals alone. Thanks for this post – now I’m hungry… Oh yeah, BTW, I nominated you for the Sunshine Blogger Award 😉 I’m looking forward to your answers to my questions next month! Blessedbe.

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    • Right?! Food in anime always makes me want to eat it all up haha. But it also makes me want to do foodie experiments at home, so there’s that too. Like, I learned to make rice porridge and seared fish because of anime haha.

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  2. Pingback: Sing “Yesterday” for Me & the Tempting Emotional Traps of Living in the Joys of Our Past — Anime Review | BiblioNyan

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