Whether they’re vintage Jordans, Kyrie2s or Hardens, the onigiri footwear is perfect for dunking in soy sauce. There’s also Vans and running shoes, if you need sushi to go. Check out more onigiri art here.
There are few things more delightful than a cream puff — so puffy and creamy. But, have you ever wished that you could ingest all that puff and cream without the hassle of chewing? Of course you have.
Beard Papa’s Drinkable Cream Puff is here to help. The international cream puff chain — yes, such a thing exists — has released their desserts in a can, ready to drink. Of course, something so wonderful and cray-cray is only available in Japan.
You however, can visit a Beard Papa location in most U.S. States. Just be prepared to actually chew something.
Gummy Bears make people happy… it’s a known fact. Now, imagine dozens of the squishy little guys illuminated and hanging from your ceiling.
The Gummy Bear Chandelier was spotted by blogger Stephanie Lee and shared on Instagram. Although the candy store where this sweet chandelier hangs from remains anonymous, we do know that it’s somewhere in Osaka, Japan’s Shinsaibashi shopping district. No swinging from it, Japan.
Apparently in Japan, if you’re making a sandwich with bread that isn’t bunny-shaped, you’re doing it wrong.
Bunny Bread is the latest quirky food trend from our friends in Japan. Whether it’s an ordinary loaf that happens to be bunny-shaped, or large rolls with bunny faces on them — as long as there’s long ears involved, it’s officially rabbit-bread season in Japan.
京成バラ園 隣のパン屋さんで、うさぎパン pic.twitter.com/W2GaAje3Gv
— usa41 (@usa41) May 16, 2016
パン屋Now♪、、今日も面白パン発見（笑）ゼリー・ビーンズの耳が可愛いな♪うさぎパン^ ^ pic.twitter.com/7y8zMmNEju
— gts (@gts1961) February 28, 2016
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If you stop for a second, in the middle of the street, and take a good look at a manhole cover, you might notice that some are actually quite beautiful. Especially if said manhole cover was edible.
The Chocolate Manhole Cover is brought to us by Twitterer @. It’s made of solid chocolate, with the ‘rust’ created with cocoa powder and the ‘street’ made with different-colored cookie crumbles. Now stop staring and get out of the street.