In a bout of creativity that we can only say has produced the cutest results, Torune, a Japanese company dedicated to elevating dining tool decor, has crafted a series of bread cutters and molds in the shapes of a panda, bear, and frog. After being cut into the desired mold, the bread can be made to stand up, creating a charming pop-up figure.

The instructions (pictured below) for assembly are entirely in Japanese, but they’re pretty simple. After mold-cutting your piece of bread, tuck the upper corner legs behind the animal’s head, and fold them to make its body stand up.
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You’ll end up with this adorable creature:
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You can even cut out just the head and make sandwiches, like these:
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You can get the complete set, pictured here, at JBOX.
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[via Laughing Squid]