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Fans of Eiichiro Oda's mega-popular anime and manga One Piece have no doubt found their appetite for of the epic pirate saga, with ONE PIECE FILM RED scheduled to hit theaters in Japan in just a few days. If they're looking for something to snack on in the meantime, they'll be happy to know that famous Devil Fruits have from the series now have some edible counterparts in Japan, thanks to cake and sweets specialty cake.jp. Just recently they released delicious cake and tart versions of Monkey D. Luffy's Gum Gum Fruit as well as Nico Robin's Flower-Flower Fruit.
Now fans of the Surgeon of Death can sink their teeth into the heart-shaped Devil Fruit of Trafalgar D. Law's Op-Op Fruit (Ope Ope no Mi) that looks like it's been lifted right out of the anime.
Unlike Law's fruit in the series, this treat won't allow you to create a sphere and manipulate the movements and physical properties of anything in it like a surgeon, but it also won't take away your ability to swim and looks to promise some delicious flavors. cake is made of white chocolate and strawberry mousse, with crème brûlée and raspberry and strawberry gelée, and the surface is coated with rose-colored chocolates in arabesque patterns depicted on the fruit.
Law's Devil Fruit cake is currently available for order in Japan for 5,500 yen at cake.jp, alongside Robin's.