Japanese Artist Made Chocolate Version of Own Face and Gifted it to Boyfriend Possibly Resulting in Break Up
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The day of love has arrived, and in Japan Valentine’s Day is celebrated by women giving chocolate to the men in their lives.
This artist’s creation was actually a birthday treat rather than a Valentine’s Day gift, but she posted it on the internet just in time to give everyone some inspiration for their own gifts. How thoughtful.
Rather than buying a box of chocolates, Japanese people like to give a personalised feeling to Valentine's gifts by buying a bar of chocolate to melt and reset in cutely shaped moulds. Then they decorate the chocolates themselves with icing and various toppings.
When planning for her partner's birthday, perhaps @Keko_Art took the idea of personalisation a bit too far and made a mould of her own face in order to present it in chocolate form to her boyfriend.
Sadly, the couple parted ways 2 months later. It may or may not have been related to the chocolate face incident.
Looking at the chocolate, it would probably actually make a cool gift for a significant other who is into horror movies. Choosing white chocolate makes the face look pallid and ghostly, and giving the face pink icing lips and blackberry hair was a nice touch.
If you love J-horror and Japanese ghost stories, how about reading the legend of a doll that grows human hair?