Source: Keko_Art Japanese Artist Made Chocolate Version of Own Face and Gifted it to Boyfriend Possibly Resulting in Break Up 2019-02-14 Thu 2019-02-14 Thu 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. Source: Keko_Art もうすぐバレンタインですね以前私は当時の彼ぴっぴに顔面チョコレートをあげたことがあります。2ヶ月後に別れました。 pic.twitter.com/lmww3s2kYL— 棚村彩加 (@Keko_Art) 6 February 2019 Sadly, the couple parted ways 2 months later. It may or may not have been related to the chocolate face incident. Source: Keko_Art 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? By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:Keko_Art Tags: chocolate / Food Art / Valentine's Day / Weird grape Japan Food Japanese Artist Made Chocolate Version of Own Face and Gifted it to Boyfriend Possibly Resulting in Break Up Related Article Mike Puts a Taste of Osaka into Popcorn with Takoyaki Flavour Japanese Convenience Store Finds: Mixed Up Snack Mayhem Kit Kat Japan’s Worldwide Vote is Over: Which Brand New Flavour Did The People Choose? This Enormous Japanese Pigtails Pillow-Bed Will Swallow You Whole Sweets Artist Celebrates New Japanese Era with Gorgeous Iced Reiwa Cookies Is Instant Ramen on Ice Cream a Match Made in Heaven?