If you've spent any amount of time in a Japanese office or school, you've likely seen bottles of Arabic Yamato. Arabic Yamato is a quick-drying "liquid glue" adhesive that uses a round sponge-like head. It has its name because of the Arabic liquid gum it uses as a main ingredient.

You can now expect to see the glue bottles in the kitchen, as the newest incarnation of Arabic Yamato is a spreadable honey that uses the exact same bottle types of the popular glue maker.

The new honey Arabic Yamato works quite well for an easy and sweet breakfast spread, as its easy to keep your hands from getting sticky and can be more easily used for even distribution of honey on toast and pancakes as they use the came sponge cap.

Arabic Yamato's honey "glue" bottles will go on sale in Japan starting May 13th.

By - grape Japan editorial staff.