I seriously love these things! It looks so real! These plastic food replicas are called sampuru (サンプル) which was derived from the English word sample and can be purchased at Kappabashi-dori in Tokyo and also at Doguyasuji in Namba, Osaka. I wanted to buy some to bring home on my last visit to Japan but I wasn’t willing to pay extra for an overweight luggage so I said next time 😉 .
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10 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Work of Art”
wow… it’s so real that I can imagine eating them. LOL!!!
Hahahaha! Seriously! One time I had to touch it to make sure that it’s not real! LOL!
haha… I dun blame you. I would also do that. If a kid, I think he/she will put them right into their mouths!! LOL!!
Totally! Hahahaha! 😀
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Weekly Photo Challenge: Work of Art
looks good! i’m a sweet tooth. ouch! my tooth is chipped! hey, sample!
Hahahaha! It looks to real to be fake! 😀
Yes, it looks good enough to eat.