The main course is this adorable Sailor Moon 'charaben', short for 'character lunch'. It has been posted everywhere by now, but something this cute deserves to be seen as many times a day as possible~
Some religions give you wafers and wine; but our Messiah gives us rice balls and fish paper!
What's more, it comes with a step-by-step instruction guide to make one yourself! The original Japanese page can be found here, and the dedicated team at Miss Dream have already translated the whole thing here.
If you want to look at some even more seriously impressive Sailor Moon lunches, then this Japanese blog has some stunning (and edible!) recreations of your favourite Anime artworks.
"Usako... Usako, are you thinking of eating me right now?"
"Of course not, Mamo-chomp!"
And for desserts, here we have this beautiful Sailor Moon birthday cake!
I've seen a few Sailor Moon birthday cakes before, and the best ones tend to be ones that stick to simple designs (such as one cake that was shaped like Luna-P), because usually when someone tries to draw an anime character in frosting, it doesn't really work out very well.
This, though, is a work of art! And in case you're thinking that the baker just wussed out by sticking a figurine on a cake base, that entire sculpture is made out of edible gumpaste.
Check out that detailing!
I can only imagine that the lucky child who woke up to that on their birthday must have been over the moon about it (no pun intended).
The cake is the delicious genius of Dragonfly Cakes, which has a wide variety of equally intricate delicacies, ranging from Winnie the Pooh to Hello Kitty to even Dragon Ball Z.