These are flippin' great!
Pancakes are already awesome to eat, but one Japanese chef also turns them into works of art.
Keisuke Inagaki is a chef at La Ricetta in Zama City, has turned the lowly pancake into a veritable canvas, putting designs of everything from Pokemon characters to portraits of pets, according to Barcroft TV.
Each pancake masterpiece takes about 20 minutes: 5 to 10 to draw the outline and 5 to 10 to cook the incredible flapjack.
As you might expect, this Picasso of pancakes has flipped his passion into a huge Instagram following.
Inagaki discovered his pancake passion in the aftermath of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster.
"After Fukushima I participated in a camp for children to comfort them," he told Barcroft TV. "I wanted to think of some activities that mothers and children could do together.
"Then I discovered pancake art. I saw it for the first time on TV, an American named Nathan Shields making it and thought it was interesting. Whilst children were playing, the mothers and I wanted to surprise them."