Cappuccino designs - Japanese
My work is simple: I make drawings in cappuccinos.



  • George's Latte Art: Sasuke

    Being that the image of ninjas is liked by many people around the world, I drew a character who I thought would be widely recognizable.
    I think it is fascinating how components of American comics have made their way into Japanese manga. Among the Naruto characters, Sasuke was the simplest to draw as latte art. However, since Sasuke is always expressionless, it's more enjoyable to draw Naruto. What I find to always be the most difficult parts of drawing characters as latte art are the size of the eyes and the position of the character in the cup.
    Even the slightest difference in size can ruin the entire drawing, so I have to be careful. By the way, I'm terrible at traditional drawings. My world is inside the cup.

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  • George's Latte Art: Meowth

    Among all of the Pokemon characters, Meowth is the easiest for me to draw. Probably because I started by drawing cat cappuccinos! I drew Meowth as though he was peeking through a window with his paws on the edge of the cup. I think that drawing him this way made him look more alive. Unlike normal drawings, I had fun making a small connection between the real world and the latte art world. Even overseas, Pokemon is a huge phenomenon. Domestic games that are sold due to their cuteness are rare, so I think that this is one of the reasons why it is so popular. Japanese games that don't overstress the story and dialogue arouse the player's imagination and allow the player to be able enjoy the game however they like. I also am a big fan of Pokemon.
    I also like the koban that is attached to meowth's forehead. Many people may not know it, but a koban was a form of currency used in ancient Japan. By the way, my gaming style is more inclined to story enjoyment.

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  • George's Latte Art: Polar Bear

    This is a variation of a 3D cappuccino that I have been doing increasingly lately. Dare I say, for those who have never seen one, it's very close to the real thing. This drawing was also done using only espresso and milk. I may be bragging to say but 3D cappuccinos are my invention! I was struck with the idea to make 3D cappuccinos while playing the Nintendo 3DS. Whenever I serve a customer one of my 3D cappuccinos, they are so surprised. However, even though they look cool, many people don't know how to drink them. Truthfully, I don't either. By the way, I can't make 3D drawings using caffe latte. The firmness of the foam in cappuccinos is what makes the 3D drawings possible. Even though 3D caffe lattes take more time to create than ordinary latte art, I am able to express worlds that I wouldn't be able to otherwise. For this reason, I will continue making them.

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About Me


Cappuccino designs / Japanese

My work is simple: I make drawings in cappuccinos.
Whether it’s manga, anime, animals, movies, scenery, portraits, or satire, I can draw anything.
I am often asked if my cappuccinos become cold while creating them, but don’t worry, if a drink gets cold, it won’t be because of me, but rather that the customer didn’t want to destroy the artwork.
I am primarily active through Twitter, so please follow me if you would like.
Well then, what can I get for you?


  • NameGeorge
  • GenreCappuccino designs
  • NationalityJapanese
  • GenderMale
  • Date of Birth1987/02/17
  • Height168cm
  • Blood TypeO
  • Zodiac SignAquarius
  • Years Active2
  • Area of ActivityJapan
  • My Future Dreams

    My dream is to one day open my own cafe, even if it’s a small one.

Regarding My Latte Art

Up until now and beyond

In 2012, I was interviewed in Kidomo Shimbun and on local TV stations. Even though I have appeared in many media, I like to think that this is my road to creating my own cafe.
My interest in latte art started due to it being my job. To me, between the flow of making lattes and serving them to customers, latte art gives me the feeling of walking both in the natural world and the world of latte art.

I theme my latte art after popular manga and anime, as well as birthdays, anniversaries, news, etc. I’m always looking for new ways to expand my art. Currently, I create three different themed latte art every day and publish them online. I currently have created more than 1,500 versions of latte art, and I want to challenge myself by utilizing them.
I also want to work as hard as I can so I can open my cafe as soon as possible.
If you have a work request or anything else, please feel free to contact me!
Here is my Twitter account: