Theres a magical Japanese candy that reveals new scenes as you eat it
The candy is a work of art.
- Nagatoya, a candy maker in , created a candy that reveals a new scene every time you slice into it.
- Each piece shows an exquisite image of a bluebird and a moon.
- The candy is made of red bean jelly and champagne jelly and costs .
Dessert crazes often begin in Japan, a charming land where design and food go hand-in-hand. Take, for example, cookie shots, cronuts, and a "non-melting" ice cream.If anything, Japan has nailed one ideology: if something tastes good, why not give it looks to match? Candy maker has thus created 'Fly Me to the Moon'—a block of sweet jelly that displays a new scene after each slice.Each piece shows an exquisite image of a bluebird and a moon. At every slice, the bird gradually spreads its wings and approaches the ever-changing moon—which explains the candy's name."So, it looks great, but what does it taste like?" you might ask. The candy's top and bottom layers are made of a red bean jelly; its middle is a champagne jelly that protects the lemon-flavored bird and moon.
The dessert even comes in a beautiful gift box, illustrated by award-winning artist . All these intricacies could be enough for it to fetch an extravagant price of ¥3,500 (US).You might have grown up with the words "Don't play with your food" heavily drilled into your head, but snacks as fun as this one just beg to be toyed with. Have a look at some images below and learn more over at .
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